2013 NHAWLT Poster Contest

 

TRADITIONAL (PAPER) POSTER RULES: Each poster must have the following:

  1. All posters must say: "World Languages: A Path To Peace"
  2. Original work of a current world language student whose teacher is currently a NHAWLT member.
  3. No group entries.
  4. Posters must measure 18” by 24.”
  5. Lightweight poster material should be used (100# & 80# weight that can be rolled); NO 3-D images.
  6. LIMIT: 5 (five) entries per school.
  7. Illustrations must be used in addition to words.
  8. No copyrighted figures are to be used. Avoid Spongebob, Snoopy, the Simpsons, etc.
  9. Teachers submit the entry form below with entries & put requested info on the back of each poster.
  10. Posters must be postmarked by April 1.
  11. All posters become the property of NHAWLT. Winning posters will be displayed at the NH Dept. of Education.
  12. Award-winning posters may be claimed at the Hospitality Desk at the close of the Fall Conference.

 

DIGITAL POSTER RULES: Each poster must have the following:

  1. All posters must say: "World Languages: A Path To Peace"
  2. Original work of a current world language student whose teacher is currently a NHAWLT member.
  3. No group entries.
  4. Digital posters must be created using Glogster (www.glogster.com)
  5. It is the responsibility of the teacher to set up an account and provide students with a teacher code to create their own account.
  6. LIMIT: 5 (five) entries per school.
  7. Multi-media must be used in addition to words.
  8. There is a maximum total of one minute of audio/video allowed on a poster.
  9. No copyrighted figures are to be used. Avoid Spongebob, Snoopy, the Simpsons, etc.
  10. With the exception of Glogster’s preset graphics, text boxes, and frames, any multi-media (drawings, animations, photos, audio, or video) used on the poster must be the original work of the student. The student is responsible for work submitted and NHAWLT holds no liability for copyright infringement.
  11. Teachers must submit an e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with links to the FIVE top digital entries from their school. The e-mail should also include the requested poster identification information (see below) for each student’s poster.
  12. Submissions must be received by April 1.
  13. Winning posters will be displayed on the NHAWLT website and showcased at the annual conference.

 

JUDGING CRITERIA for both contests:

  • (digital) Audio-Visual impact, over-all appealing effect
  • (traditional) Visual impact, over-all appealing effect
  • Theme relevance
  • Neatness
  • Originality
  • Accuracy

 

PRIZES: Top winners (paper) in each of the 4 following categories will be awarded $50.00:

  • Elementary School (grades K-3)
  • Elementary/Middle School (grades 4-6)
  • Middle/Junior High School (grades 7-8)
  • Senior High School (grades 9-12)

Top winner in the digital category (all ages) will also be awarded $50.00

 

POSTER IDENTIFICATION: each entry must include the following information on the back of the poster itself:

Student name: _____________ Grade: ______ Language: _____________ Level:_______

School: ____________________________________________________________________

School Address: _____________________________________________________________

School Telephone: ( ) ________________________ Teacher’s Name: ________________

Please submit this form with your (paper) posters (5 maximum) and mail (rolled) to:

 

Svetlana Stewart, NHAWLT Poster Contest,

Alvirne HS 200 Derry Road, Hudson, NH 03051

_________________________________________________ School Name & Street Address

______________________________________________________________City & zip code

School Telephone Number: ( ) ___________________________________

Student Name: Grade: Teacher:

1._________________________________________________________________________

2._________________________________________________________________________

3._________________________________________________________________________

4._________________________________________________________________________

5._________________________________________________________________________

 

2012 NHAWLT Poster Contest

 

TRADITIONAL (PAPER) POSTER RULES: Each poster must have the following:

  1. All posters must say: "You’re Connected... Now Communicate!"

  2. Original work of a current world language student whose teacher is currently a NHAWLT member.

  3. No group entries.

  4. Posters must measure 18” by 24.”

  5. Lightweight poster material should be used (100# & 80# weight that can be rolled); NO 3-D images.

  6. LIMIT: 5 (five) entries per school.

  7. Illustrations must be used in addition to words.

  8. No copyrighted figures are to be used. Avoid Spongebob, Snoopy, the Simpsons, etc.

  9. Teachers submit the entry form below with entries & put requested info on the back of each poster.

  10. Posters must be postmarked or received by March 30.

  11. All posters become the property of NHAWLT. Winning posters displayed at the NH Dept. of Education.

  12. Award-winning posters may be claimed at the Hospitality Desk at the close of the Fall Conference.

 

DIGITAL POSTER RULES: Each poster must have the following:

  1. All posters must say: "You’re Connected... Now Communicate!"

  2. Original work of a current world language student whose teacher is currently a NHAWLT member.

  3. No group entries.

  4. Digital posters must be created using Glogster (www.glogster.com)

  5. It is the responsibility of the teacher to set up an account and provide students with a teacher code to create their own account.

 

Basic (free) individual teacher accounts can be created at this link:

http://edu.glogster.com/register?edu_type=teacher

 

Student accounts can be created at link below with a code provided to them by their teacher:

http://edu.glogster.com/register?edu_type=student

 

  1. LIMIT: 5 (five) entries per school.

  2. Multi-media must be used in addition to words.

  3. There is a maximum total of one minute of audio/video allowed on a poster.

  4. No copyrighted figures are to be used. Avoid Spongebob, Snoopy, the Simpsons, etc.

  5. With the exception of Glogster’s preset graphics, text boxes, and frames, any multi-media (drawings, animations, photos, audio, or video) used on the poster must be the original work of the student. The student is responsible for work submitted and NHAWLT holds no liability for copyright infringement.

  6. Teachers must submit an e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with links to the FIVE top digital entries from their school. The e-mail should also include the requested info (see below) for each student’s poster.

  7. Submissions must be received by March 30.

  8. Winning posters will be displayed on the NHAWLT website and showcased at the annual conference.

 

JUDGING CRITERIA for both contests:

  • (digital) Audio-Visual impact, over-all appealing effect

  • (traditional) Visual impact, over-all appealing effect

  • Theme relevance

  • Neatness

  • Originality

  • Accuracy

 

PRIZES: Top winners (paper and digital) in each of the 5 following categories will be awarded $50.00:

  • Elementary School (grades K-3)

  • Elementary/Middle School (grades 4-6)

  • Middle/Junior High School (grades 7-8)

  • Senior High School (grades 9-12)

 

POSTER IDENTIFICATION: each entry must include the following information on the back of the poster itself:

 

Student name: _____________ Grade: ______ Language: _____________ Level:_______

School: ____________________________________________________________________

School Address: _____________________________________________________________

School Telephone: ( ) ________________________ Teacher’s Name: ________________

Please submit this form with your (paper) posters (5 maximum) and mail (rolled) to:

 

Svetlana Stewart, NHAWLT Poster Contest,

Alvirne HS 200 Derry Road, Hudson, NH 03051

_________________________________________________ School Name & Street Address

______________________________________________________________City & zip code

School Telephone Number: ( ) ___________________________________

Student Name: Grade: Teacher:

1._________________________________________________________________________

2._________________________________________________________________________

3._________________________________________________________________________

4._________________________________________________________________________

5._________________________________________________________________________

Additional information