The AFTV and BDFF Committees would like to thank and congratulate all the students who entered the Bastille Day Video Competition this year. We enjoyed putting it together and the members of the jury loved seeing the passion, talent and creativity demonstrated in the entries.
Please see below the list of winners:
Years 7 & 8
|Equal Third||Ava Cooke||St Leonard's College|
|Equal Third||Blake Schmidt||St Leonard's College|
|Equal Third||Mikey Manku||St Leonard's College|
|Special Mention||Alessia Rossello||Sacré Cœur|
|Special Mention||Kiara Bowd||Sacré Cœur|
|Special Mention||Olivia Shirazi||Sacré Cœur|
Year 7 & 8 Bilingual Category
|First||Aiko Deighton||Auburn High School|
Don’t miss out on a fantastic opportunity for your middle years’ students to participate in the FREE AFTV/Bastille Day French Festival (BDFF) Competition in Term 2! A competition giving students the opportunity to learn more about the cultural significance of the French Revolution and to speak French in a fun and interactive way.
A one to two minute role-play playing a character from the French Revolution.
When you register you will be required to enter your students in one of the categories below. A total of TWO videos can be entered per competition category.
PLEASE NOTE Students who have lived in a French-speaking country for more than six
consecutive months within the last two years, for whom French is the first or home language or who have been educated in a French bilingual
school for more than 2 years must enter the Bilingual Category for Years 5 and 6
and/or Years 7 and 8.
Once you register, a link to upload entries into a OneDrive folder will subsequently be sent via email (please allow 48 hours for organisers to send link).
Closing date for entries ...
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Each participating student is asked to choose and research an historical figure from the French Revolution. Their task is to create a video in which they will dress up and introduce themselves in French by using the following questions as a guide:
This is a free competition open to students enrolled in Victorian schools in Year 5 to Year 8.
The video must be at least ONE minute long (maximum of TWO minutes) and must be an original piece of work by the student.
By participating in the competition all competitors give their consent for the entries to be shown at the Melbourne Bastille Day French Festival and for winners to attend the festival on ...
Range of accurate ideas and content.
Accuracy of vocabulary and grammar.
Range and appropriateness of vocabulary and grammar.
Clarity of expression.
Level of creativity (costume and props)
*Criterion of all equal weighting.
Please complete and bring the attached form if
students do not wish to be photographed or videotaped as material may be reproduced on
the AFTV/ Bastille Day Festival website.
THIS ACTIVITY IS PRESENTED AND SUBSIDISED BY THE AFTV (THROUGH DET FUNDING)