To enter the contest, all you need to do is make a simple webpage about the work that your school is doing with Japanese or Japan. This could be a blog, a wiki, or a page that’s part of your school’s website.
Your webpage could feature:
- A project with your Japanese partner school
- A report on your school’s visit to Japan
- A report on your school’s Japan Day
- Japanese or Japan-related resources that you have made to help your students
- Japanese language work made by students
- Other Japan-related work by students, e.g. from geography, history, art, sports, music, intercultural understanding, cross-curricular lessons
- Students’ experiences of learning Japanese or about Japan
- An overview of Japanese at your school
All entries to the contest will be featured on the website. You will also have your chance to vote for your favourite shortlisted entries, in the online voting poll.
Cash prizes and other prizes will be awarded to the best entries. Click here for more information.
In 2010, the Public Vote Award was won by Bearsden Primary School for their Godzilla’s Den website.
Look at other past entries for more inspiration. http://www.japanwebpagecontest.org.uk/vote2011.php
(The contest is organised by the Japan Foundation London. The Japan Foundation is Japan’s principal organisation for promoting international cultural exchange.)