<High School Group Video Competition>
Under the guidance of an instructor, students will create a video on the theme of "Our High School and the Environment Surrounding It.” The term "environment" may be interpreted in a variety of ways, including social, cultural, and natural environments. The length of the video should be between 2 minutes 45 seconds and 3 minutes. The video may include still photos and graphics.
How to apply
After uploading the video to YouTube in the private setting, the instructor must upload the application form along with parental permission forms to the J.LIVE Talk 2022 website. (The information on the application form should include basic information as well as an explanation of the intent of the videothat the students have put together in English).
Presentation format and scoring
The submitted videos will be pre-screened prior to the final round in terms of the richness of the content, originality, message, and richness and accuracy of the use of Japanese. The top videos will be played on the day of the competition, and the audience/viewers will be asked to choose the winning video.
The high school Japanese program represented by the top group will receive a trophy and $300. The programs represented by the second and the third group will receive $200 and $100 respectively.
We are also exploring the possibility of participation prizes.
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