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1.1. Entrants must be either part-time or full-time students at the University of Toronto Mississauga.
2.1. ELODIL Ontario with the support of the Language Studies Department UTM.
3. CONTEST TIMELINE
3.1. From January 8th , 2018 to February 15, 2018 at 5PM.
4. HOW TO ENTER
4.1. Contest theme: Teaching in the context of an Ontarian francophone minority while taking into consideration linguistic and cultural diversities (for example: you can speak other languages and french in the classroom, or ontarian (and canadian) plurilingual identity of students, teachers, or even linguistic and cultural diversity in Ontario (and in Canada) and its impact on teaching french in a minority context)
The submission must be in French (may include some use of other languages to support your work). Thank you for respecting all linguistic norms of the French language. We hope to see inspiring and personal submissions.
4.2. No purchase is necessary to enter or win.
4.3. ALL SUBMISSIONS MUST BE IN FRENCH (may include some use of other languages to support your submission however, a translation in French must be included) – The use of other languages should not surpass 30% of the final work).
4.3.1 The submission be your own original work. It is prohibited to consult others to translate or write the submission for you.
4.4. The submission must be EITHER a
4.4.1. VIDEO/AUDIO FORMAT
A duration of 2-3 minutes
Participants are encouraged to make use of artistic elements, visuals, acoustics, etc.
Beware of the use of copyrighted materials, images, music, etc. You must include a bibliography.
4.4.2. WRITTEN FORMAT
Written submissions can either be:
A written submission with an artistic component (poem, poster, etc.): 200-400 words.
A written submission (without an artistic component): 600-800 words.
An hybrid format (a video/ audio component 30 sec. to 2 minutes) and a written component (200-400 words)
5. HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR ENTRY
5.1. The submission must be sent through your UTORONTO email address to email@example.com by February 15, 2018 or in person in 303C at Erindale Hall from 12am - 5pm on February 15, 2018.
5.2. Entrants must attach a registration form with their submission.
5.3. All entries must be received no later than Thursday, February 15, 2018 by 5 PM.
5.4. Only one entry per person. Resubmissions will not be accepted. If more than one entry is submitted you will be disqualified from the contest.
5.5. Judges will not look at submissions prior to the submission date.
5.6. DISCLAIMER: we will not be responsible for entries that are fouled by technical difficulties – for instance, entries that are e-mailed and not received – It is the responsibility of the candidate to make sure that the submission is legible, can be opened….
5.7. In the event that a component is missing or the rules are not respected the candidate will be disqualified.
6. WINNER NOTIFICATION
6.1. Winners will be notified via email before the end of April.
6.2. Prizes will be awarded during the “Annual Awards Evening – Language Studies”.
7.1. 1st place contest winner will receive a $400 Award.
7.2. 2nd place contest winner will receive a $300 Award.
7.3. 3rd place contest winner will receive a $200 Award.
7.4. 4th place contest winner will receive a $100 Award.
7.5. Winners are not entitled to exchange or transfer or to obtain cash or other substitutes.
8. RELEASE AND LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY
8.1. By participating, entrants agree to be bound by these official rules and the decisions of the jury which will be final in all respects.
8.2. Entrants authorize the Contest organizers to use their name, and entry material in programming promotion material and to be shown during the Annual Awards Evening –Language Studies.
9.1 Composition of the jury:
Emmanuel Nikiema, Caroline Lebrec, Marie-Paule Lory, Hartaj Brar, Hannah Park
9.2. The jury may be modified but will always be composed of many members such as students of the University of Toronto Mississauga and professors/employees of the University of Toronto Mississauga.