About the Competition
Welcome to our English lesson planning competition! This exciting event will challenge participants to create engaging and effective lesson plans for English language learners of all levels. As an English teacher, you know that lesson planning is a crucial part of the teaching process, and we want to see your creativity and expertise shine through.
Whether you specialise in teaching grammar, vocabulary, or conversation skills, this competition is for you. We encourage participants to think outside the box and incorporate interactive activities, multimedia resources, and real-world scenarios into their lesson plans.
Our panel of experienced English teachers and language experts will judge each submission based on its clarity, relevance, and effectiveness in achieving the learning objectives. The top three winners will receive cash prizes and the opportunity to have their lesson plans featured on our website and social media channels.
This is an excellent opportunity to showcase your teaching skills, gain recognition, and learn from other talented educators in the field. So, don’t hesitate to join us and submit your best English lesson plan today!Each participating teacher is encouraged to submit one lesson plan.
Topic: Using Characterisation in Composition WritingLevel: Primary 5
Class Size: 6 students
Your lesson plan should:
- be genuine and original
- be written in English
- possess clear learning outcomes
- demonstrate your ability to provide scaffolding during the learning process
- include resources to be used in class, including worksheets (there should be practice(s) for students to apply what they have learnt and accompanying answer key)
- state any external resources used (books, internet, tools)
You are welcome to adopt a multimedia approach in the planning of your lesson. Participants should also take note of the following when planning their lesson:
- Meeting of Objectives
- Clarity in Lesson Flow
- Strategies for instructions
|Submission Deadline||31st August 2023|
|Lesson Duration||60 minutes|
|Topic||Using Characterisation in Composition Writing|
ASSESSMENT AND AWARDS
The lesson plans will be assessed via a jury of experts. The best lesson plans will win a prize and will be promoted on our newsletter and social media platforms. All shortlisted entries will be published in the author’s name on our webpage/publication and will be made available free of cost as an open-source.
- 1st prize: $300 SGD and a Lil’ but Mighty certificate
- 2nd prize: $200 SGD and a Lil’ but Mighty certificate
- 3rd prize: $100 SGD and a Lil’ but Mighty certificate
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Lesson Plan Competition Terms and Conditions
a. The Lesson Plan Competition (hereinafter referred to as “Competition”) is open to individuals who are at least 18 years old at the time of entry.
b. Employees, directors, and officers of the organising entity, as well as their immediate family members and household members, are not eligible to participate.
a. Participants must create and submit an original lesson plan for a specific subject or topic.
b. Lesson plans must be submitted in electronic format, such as a Word document or PDF.
c. Each participant is allowed to submit only one entry.
d. Entries must be received by the specified deadline to be considered for the competition.
a. By submitting an entry, participants affirm that the lesson plan is their original work and does not infringe upon any copyright, trademark, or intellectual property rights of any third party.
b. Participants grant the organising entity a non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty-free license to use, reproduce, modify, adapt, publish, and display the lesson plan for the purposes of the competition and related promotional activities.
a. Lesson plans will be evaluated based on creativity, originality, clarity, and effectiveness.
b. The decision of the judging panel will be final and binding.
a. The organising entity will select a panel of qualified judges to review and score the lesson plans.
b. The entry with the highest overall score will be declared the winner.
c. In the event of a tie, the judges will deliberate and select the winner based on the tie-breaking criteria they deem appropriate.
Announcement of Winners:
a. The winners will be notified via the contact information provided at the time of entry.
b. The winners’ names may be announced publicly through the organising entity’s website, social media channels, or other promotional materials.
a. The organising entity reserves the right to disqualify any entry that does not comply with these terms and conditions or that contains inappropriate or offensive content.
b. The organising entity also reserves the right to disqualify participants who engage in fraudulent or unethical practices.
Limitation of Liability:
a. The organising entity and its affiliates, partners, and sponsors shall not be responsible for any loss, injury, or damage arising from participation in the competition or acceptance of the prize.
b. Participants agree to release, discharge, and hold harmless the organising entity from any liability incurred in connection with the competition.
Modification or Termination:
a. The organising entity reserves the right to modify or terminate the competition at any time without prior notice, for any reason.
Governing Law and Jurisdiction:
a. These terms and conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of [specify jurisdiction].
b. Any disputes arising out of or in connection with the competition shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Singapore.
By participating in the Lesson Plan Competition, participants acknowledge that they have read, understood, and agreed to abide by these terms and conditions.