Competitive Events

Resources:

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2016-2017 MN FCCLA Competitive Events Handbook 

Download 2016-2017-mn-fccla-star-event-handbook

SAMPLE TESTS

1. Skill Event- FCCLA facts Questions Sample  Download:

MN FCCLA Sample test questions (2017 website post)

 

Minnesota Rubrics for STAR Events- participants for midwinter contests bring their rubric copies for evaluators.

 

ev-01-everyday-equations-no-rubric-a-test-event
ev-02-facs-of-liefskills-no-rubric-a-team-buzzer-competition
ev-03-ethical-essays-minnesota-star-event-2016-2017
event-04-see-what-weve-done-2016-2017
ev-05-senior-buzz-2016-2017
ev-06-show-me-minnesota-star-event-2016-2017
ev-07-just-like-rachael-ray-minnesota-star-event-2016-2017
ev-08-say-yes-to-facs-minnesota-star-event-2016-2017
ev-9-business-of-fashion-2016-2017-mn-fccla-star-events
ev-10-innovations-in-fashion-2016-2017-mn-fccla-star-events
ev-11-cold-sandwich-prep-2016-2017-mn-fccla-star-event
ev-12-22-illustrated-talk-minnesota-rubrics-2016-2017
ev-23-career-investigations-minnesota-rubrics-2016-2017
ev-24-entrepreneurship-minnesota-rubrics-2016-2017
ev-25-environmental-ambassador-minnesota-rubrics-2016-2017
ev-26-focus-on-children-minnesota-rubrics-2016-2017
ev-27-interpersonal-communications-minnesota-rubrics-2016-2017
ev-28-job-interview-minnesota-rubrics-2016-2017
ev-29-leadership-minnesota-rubrics-2016-2017
ev-30-life-event-planning-minnesota-rubrics-2016-2017
ev-31-nutrition-and-wellness-minnesota-rubrics-2016-2017
ev-32-parliamentary-procedure-minnesota-rubrics-2016-2017
ev-33-recycle-and-redesign-minnesota-rubrics-2016-2017
ev-34-advocacy-minnesota-rubics-2016-2017
ev-35-chapter-service-project-display-minnesota-rubrics-2016-2017
ev-36-chapter-service-project-portfolio-minnesota-rubric
ev-37-chapter-in-review-display-minnesota-rubrics-2016-2017
ev-38-chapter-in-review-portfolio-minnesota-rubric-2016-2017
ev-39-national-programs-in-action-minnesota-rubrics-2016-2017
ev-40-promote-and-publicize-fccla-minnesota-rubrics-2016-2017
ev-41-applied-math-for-culinary-management-minnesota-rubric-2016-2017
ev-42-culinary-arts-minnesota-rubrics-2016-2017
ev-43-early-childhood-education-minnesota-rubrics-2016-2017
ev-44-fashion-construction-minnesota-rubrics-2016-2017
ev-45-fashion-design-minnesota-rubrics-2016-2017
ev-46-food-innovations-minnesota-rubrics-2016-2017
ev-47-hospitality-minnesota-rubrics-2016-2017
ev-48-interior-design-minnesota-rubrics-2016-2017
ev-49-sports-nutrition-minnesota-rubrics-2016-2017
ev-50-teach-and-train-minnesota-rubrics-2016-2017

 

SKILL EVENTS -THESE WILL BE ENTERED AT STATE CONFERENCE REGISTRATION AND DONE AT STATE CONFERENCE IN MARCH 23-25. The 10 Skill Events are at the end of the MN STAR EVENTS HANDBOOK.

 

STAR EVENTS BASICS

The Planning Process

Identify Concerns, set a goal, form a plan (who what when where how why), act, follow up.

Many STAR Events must contain a planning process.

It is the foundation of your project.

(An outline to help you stay organized and recognize your focus)

The Rubric

Each STAR Event has a rubric of requirements, directions, & a summary of the categories’ priorities.

This will help you determine what category your project should be placed in & in what form this project should be developed (portfolio and/or power point).

An example of the judge’s scoring sheet is found in the rubric.  Use this to make sure your project meets all of the requirements.

Rubrics and a list of STAR Event categories can be found at www.fcclainc.org or www.mnfccla.org.  Categories can also be found in the STAR Events Manual or Chapter Four of the Ultimate Officer Handbook & Training Manual.

Tips for STAR Event Success

Start early.  Don’t procrastinate!

Use the STAR Events Manual found at www.fcclainc.org. (National Handbook)

        Use the FCCLA Planning Process

Follow event rules carefully in category rubric.

Once your project is completed, go over all rules and regulations to make sure you have all that is required.

Plan a project that you have interest in.

Ask questions frequently if you do not understand!

Involve families and community members as much as possible.

Memorize your presentation.

Dress for success.

Practice your project often, present to anyone who will