The two minute films were in the target language studied by students and were based on the theme "A dream". Somewhere in the film, students needed to have a balloon. Languages represented in the films were Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Hebrew, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese and Macedonian.
Well done to all of the competition entrants and finalists and congratulations to the following Department of Education school winners:
Asquith Girls High School - Best drama
Manly Selective College - Best animation
Rose Bay Public School - Stage 3 winner
Holroyd High School - Stage 4 winner
Carlton Public School, Open High School and Sydney Secondary College, Balmain campus all received Judge's High Commendation awards.
The MLTA Linguafest Competition is a wonderful event to incorporate project-based learning and technology skills into languages. Stay up-to-date with the MLTA website for more information and be sure to factor it into your planning for next year.