Description: This competition is open to students in any level of French. A project may be two or three-dimensional displays such as maps, paintings, models, costumes, ceramics, carvings, etc. They must be related to France or the Francophone culture and MUST adhere to the CCFF competition theme. The project must be registered by 5:00pm on the first day. Although the project may represent the effort of a group of students, each school may enter only one project. Only one student should be chosen to represent the project and do the interview with the judges. Judges will conduct a brief interview in English of 3-5 minutes in duration. Students should prepare a short description of how the project was chosen, created and finalized.
- Only one student per school may present the project. This student may or may not participate in another competition.
- The project should fit in one of the following categories:
- Graphics: drawings, paintings, sketches, maps, charts, and 2-dimensional representations.
- Crafts: costumes, needlepoint, embroidery, modes, sculptures, weavings, macramé, mosaics, etc.
- Games/Books: games, game boards, booklets, pamphlets, etc.
- Multimedia: computer games, computer programs, video, audio tapes, etc.
- A 3x5 index card must be attached to the project indicating the school number and the category of the project (a,b,c,d from above). The card should also contain a brief description of the project.
- The projects must be student produced. No kits are allowed.
- School's will be awarded 4 participation points for submission of a project, regardless of the score the project receives. In addition, students will be awarded ribbons based on the score earned.