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TEACH GERMAN Day Student Video Contest

Either individually, as a class, small group, or school, students create a 15-30 second video for the 2018 TEACH GERMAN Day Video Contest using the theme TEACH GERMAN…an adventure of a lifetime.

It's time to find the winners of the 2018 TEACH GERMAN Day Video Contest! View the entries here. The videos in each category with the most views between September 24 and October 3 win!

Contest guidelines
  • Make sure your video is fun, in good taste and highlights why being a German teacher is an adventure of a lifetime.
  • Send us a link to your entry by Wednesday, September 19.
  • Approved videos will be available for online viewing on Monday, September 24.
  • The video with the most views in each category between September 24 and October 3 will win.

    Categories include:
    1. College/university – only one entry per institution
    2. 7-12 – only one entry per school
    3. K-6 school – only one entry per school
    4. Individual/small group

Prizes. Winning college/university, 7-12 school, and K-6 school receive a traveling trophy and endless fame. Winning individual/small group receives Ich spreche Deutsch, what’s your superpower? T-shirts.

Requirements

  • Videos must be in MP4, FLV, MOV or AVI format
  • Must not exceed 30 seconds.
  • The TEACH GERMAN DAY logo must be used and visible during a portion of the video.
  • Institution/school entries must be accompanied by a consent letter from a faculty member on official letterhead stating support for the video.
  • Video must connect to the TEACH GERMAN…an adventure of a lifetime theme.
  • Upload your video and consent letter (if applicable) to Dropbox.
  • Send your Dropbox link to by Wednesday, September 19. 
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