News update - Competitions

2018 Chinese First Language Writing and Speaking Competition

Held on the 19th of October, this competition is different from the other competitions. Students are required to start writing on one of the topics given on the day in about 50 minutes and have present their speech for about 3-4 minutes. Here are some photos taken on the day. 

9TH GLOBAL VILLAGE CHILDREN & YOUTHS BILINGUAL SPEECH COMPETITION 2018

The topic of the competition for primary school candidates is Sour, Sweet, Bitter, Hot in Life, 生活中的酸···(candidates could focus on just one of the four aspects), and the topic of the competition for secondary school candidates is “Are Computer games Good or Bad for Teenagers’ Growth?” (电脑游戏对青少年的成长有益?有害?)
Requirements: 1. speech contents creation should be based on the topic of “Sour, Sweet, Bitter, Hot” for primary school candidates and “Are Computer Games Good or Bad for Teenagers’ Growth?” for secondary school candidates; 2. speech contents should be original and the speech language should be mandarin; 3. time limit of speech is two to three minutes.   
 

Hanyuqiao Compeition

The CLTAV & TASMANIA 2017 Hanyuqiao Speaking and Performance Competition for Second Language students of Chinese is a free competition designed to select the best two or three senior students from Victorian and Tasmanian schools to take part in the 11th International Hanyuqiao Chinese Competition in Kunming in October 2017. On the May 26th- 汉语桥比赛  was conducted at Melbourne Grammar School during 6.30-9.30 p.m. 
Here are some of the photographs taken on the day.

PRIMARY SCHOOL'S TALENT COMPETITION

PRIMARY SCHOOL'S TALENT COMPETITION

Here are the results of what was a most enjoyable afternoon! There were fifteen schools in all and the teachers and schools should be most proud. 他们表演的特别棒!

THANKS TO THE STAFF OF RUYTON GIRLS SCHOOL AND THE CONFUCIUS INSTITUTE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE FOR THEIR HELP IN THIS COMPETITION. 

Language Perfect 2017

Congratulations to Koonung Secondary College, the winners of the Language Perfect World Championships CLTAV Award for the Top School for Chinese in the CLTAV network for 2017! The students earned 61,475 points in Chinese to place first in our network.  They have worked hard to produce an OUTSTANDING result!

CLTAV First Language Writing and Speaking Competition

CLTAV First Language Writing and Speaking Competition

A total of 28 students competed in the competiton on the 3rd November 2017.

The standard of writing and spoken chinese was of a notably high standard.

A huge thank you to Julia Gong and her CI team at the University of Melbourne for their terrific support.

Also to CO Judges Ms. Jun Yin and Lizhen Shan

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