Digital Story Competition

Our Digital Story Competition continues for 2015. This replaces the Children's Illustrated Story Competition that operated in previous years.

Prize winners for 2014 are:

Junior section (Years 7, 8 and 9)

First - Brynlea Gibson for Bocky can Feel Too! (St Aidans Anglican Girls School). 

Second - Jonathan Nelson for Claustrophobia (Tannum Sands State High School)

Third - Lucinda Bankowski for Looking for Josie (St Aidans Anglican Girls School)

Senior section (Years 10,11 and 12)

No entries received in this section this year.

Master Storyteller (pre-service and professional teachers)

First - Kelli McGraw for Coffee Shops (QUT)

 

Entries will be accepted in the following categories:

  • Junior Storytellers (Years 7, 8 and 9)
  • Senior Storytellers (Years 10, 11 and 12)
  • Master Storytellers (pre-service and professional teachers)

All digital stories must adhere to the guidelines:

  • Stories should be 2 - 3 minutes long
  • All images, music, and words used must be either original material, or materials that are suitable for use under copyright regulations (e.g. material appropriately licensed under the Creative Commons)
  • All stories must include a voiced narration
  • Use of music is not required, but storytellers may use it if they wish.

Each school can submit up to FIVE entries in each category. Entries must be burnt to a DVD and posted to ETAQ's mailing address - PO Box 3375, STAFFORD  DC  QLD  4053.

The closing date for entries is Friday 23 October 2015.

Junior and Senior Storytellers will receive cash prizes of $200 for first place, $100 for second place and $50 for third place.

The prize for the winner of the Master Storyteller section will be books to the value of $100, cash $100 and full membership of ETAQ for 2016 valued at $99; the second place getter will receive $100 plus $100 book voucher; third place getter will receive $50 and a $50  book voucher.

The following competition materials can be downloaded:

ETAQ appreciates the sponsorship of Jacaranda for this activity.

Prize winning entries from 2013 are now available for viewing.

Junior section

First prize Trapped written by Kathleen Macfarlane from Our Lady's College, Annerley

Second prize Losers written by Ruby Turner from St Aidan's Anglican Girls School

 

Senior section

First Prize Interstate 15 written by Kyle Walsh from Kirwan State High School

Second prize Two Worlds that make onewritten by Jamie Howell from Faith Lutheran College, Redlands

Third prizeAntarctica & The Arcticwritten by Lisa Kang from Runcorn State High School.

Upcoming Events

Early Career Conference 2021

The Early Career Conference  in 2021 will be held on 23 October at Wynnum State High School, WYNNUM. The program has been updated to reflect a change in workshop offerings in workshop sessions 2 and 5. Registrations are now open until Saturday 16 October. As networking is an integral part of this day, it is envisaged that it will...

Category: Seminar
Start Time: 9:00 AM
Date: Saturday 23rd October 2021
Venue: Wynnum SHS
Email Enquiries:  adminofficer@etaq.org.au


Essential English: Community of Practice 2021

Following on from the success of last year's event for teachers of Essential English, we will be running this event again this year with some modifications. The program is available and registrations are now open. Venue: Deception Bay SHS, Phillip Street, DECEPTION BAY. Registrations will close on Saturday 30 October. Interes...

Category: Seminar
Start Time: 9:00 AM
Date: Saturday 6th November 2021
Venue: Deception Bay SHS
Venue Address: Phillip Parade, DECEPTION BAY
Email Enquiries:  adminofficer@etaq.org.au


Grammar PD term 4

To assist attendees to develop their understandings of grammar in order to fully comprehend and to effectively teach the Australia Curriculum: English (AC:E), a further session will be held on Saturday 20 November at John Paul College.  The flyer gives further details.  Registration will close on 14 November.  ...

Category: Workshop
Start Time: 9:00 AM
Date: Saturday 20th November 2021
Venue: John Paul College
Email Enquiries:  adminofficer@etaq.org.au


View all

English Educator of the week

View all

Blog Feed

Grammar myths

Sep 12 2017
An edited version of the letter below was pu...

Impact on learning

Sep 12 2017
The following letter was submitted to The Au...
Read all

Connect to a great range of people who are passionate about English and have their finger on the pulse.

Be Connected