GET YOUR STUDENTS INVOLVED!!

FLAME Student Video Contest

Here is an opportunity to get your students involved! Invite them to create a video in the target language and submit it the FLAME Student Video Contest.

Student Video Requirements:

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Videos must be submitted by a current FLAME member.

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Videos must be in a modern or classical language.

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Videos must show student effort to communicate in the target language.

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Videos must be no more than 10 minutes in length.

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Videos will be grouped according to level (elementary, middle school and high school) and will be judged on accurate use of target language and creativity. 

*Please indicate student names, language and level, school and teacher's name.

The deadline for submitting videos is Feb. 15. Submit videos (cassette tapes, CDs or DVDs) to Heather Duquette, Waterville Senior High School, 1 Brooklyn Ave., Waterville, ME 04901.

Contest Winners are awarded:

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First prize $50,

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Second prize $30

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Third prize $20

The Student Activities committee will review all submissions and make the final decision.  The winners will be announced at the FLAME Conference.

 

FLAME Student Poster Contest

Another opportunity to get your students involved is the FLAME Poster Contest.  Students at any level of foreign language study can participate by submitting a poster that reflects the theme of the conference: Reaching the Standards in World Language Education

Student Poster requirements:

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Posters must be submitted by a current FLAME member.

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Posters will be judged on creativity and correct usage of a modern or classical language.

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Posters can be created by individual students or groups of students working together.

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Posters must be larger than 8 x 11.

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Teachers are asked to submit no more than 4 posters per level (or grade) taught. Therefore a teacher who engages all of his/her students in the poster project will need to choose and submit only four examples.

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Each poster should be labeled with the teacherís name, school, address, level of language or grade, and names of all students who worked on the poster.

*Please indicate student names, language and level, school and teacher's name.

The poster submissions can be brought to the FLAME conference and submitted during the registration time or mailed to Heather Duquette, Waterville Senior High School, 1 Brooklyn Ave., Waterville, ME 04901. If mailed, they need to be postmarked one week before the conference.

Contest Winners are awarded:

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First prize $50,

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Second prize $30

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Third prize $20

The Student Activities committee will review all submissions and make the final decision.  The winners will be announced at the FLAME Conference.