Premiers’ Reading Challenge… Challenge
Entries now extended until 16 October 2020!
We invite you to participate in our inaugural Premiers’ Reading Challenge… Challenge.
At ClickView, we believe reading is an incredibly important part of your growth as young academics and we wanted to combine our love of video with this principle.
Great prizes to be won in each of the four categories
Students are to create a 90-second video and submit it into one of the four categories below. Prizes include student certificates, trophies and $200 gift vouchers to the winners in each category!
Choose your favourite book
Choose your category from below
Plan your video individually or as a group
Create your video masterpiece
Learn more about this challenge!
In our recent webinar, we explored ways to bring books to life through video. Watch the webinar recording to learn more about the Premiers’ Reading Challenge as well as ClickView’s own challenge, hosted by the exceptionally-dressed Victorian ClickView Advisor Team.Watch webinar recording
Submit your entry below by 16 October 2020
Winners will be announced on 22 October 2020
Download the flyer and share with your staff and students.
Create a Book Trailer
Create a 90-second book trailer that captures the essence of a book on the Premiers’ Reading Challenge list. Think intrigue over recount. Your video should entice your audience to hunt down the book and read it right now!
Recommended for individual or groups of readers in Year 4-10, but open to all.
OUTSTANDING ACTOR’S CHALLENGE
Perform a Dramatic Reading
Breathe life into a key passage or scene from the page by reading it aloud on camera! You can refer to the pages or learn it off by heart, but remember to be clear and expressive, and keep it under 90 seconds.
This is a great option for individual or multiple students from Foundation to Year 4, but open to all.
CONSTRUCTIVE CRITIC’S CHALLENGE
Book Review – Best or Worst
Film your review of the best – or the worst – book you’ve read for the challenge this year! Whichever you choose, you must be constructive and fair in your criticism. If you loved it, how did it win you over? If you hated it, what would you have changed?
Recommended for individual or pairs of readers in Year 3-7, but open to all.
Think Outside the Box
Do you have another idea that you’re just bursting to create and share? Submit your video entry outside of these categories with a brief description at the beginning of your video. The entry itself (without description) should not be longer than 90 seconds.
Open to all readers in all levels.
• Each entry must be submitted with consent of the parent/s or legal guardian/s of the entrant.
• All submissions must include a publicly shared ClickView URL (shared from teacher or student workspace, or from school’s ClickView library).
• Students do not need to appear in the video.
• All students must grant permission for their work and faces (if applicable) to be uploaded to the Exchange, included in any marketing material.
• Read the full Terms & Conditions here.