123ICT Competitions – Create an E-Book Competition Deadline Reminder. As you are no doubt very busy during the start of the second half of the spring term, we thought that it would be helpful to remind you about the up-and-coming deadline for our Create an E-Book Competition.
The competition deadline is Friday the 23rd of March so you still have over three weeks in order to get your entries in to us. Full details of the competition are reproduced below for your information.
123ICT Create an E-Book Competition 2018
Calling all Key Stage Two writers!
Create an e-book for young readers!
This is your chance to win the fantastic Clicker 7- the complete literacy tool-kit – from Crick Software!
As World Book Day 2018 is organised for the 1st of March, we thought that it would be good if our Key Stage Two, Spring Term Competition was to create an e-book – fiction or non-fiction – with an intended audience of Key Stage One children. Perhaps the book could be shared within school during any literacy events that you may have planned to coincide with World Book Day.
In addition to the obvious literacy opportunities that the competition will undoubtedly create, it will also allow the children the chance to practise and improve upon their word processing and desktop publishing skills.
This is has been a highly successful competition in the past and each of the entries that we have received in the previous year’s competitions have been really outstanding and a great example of how to use technology to support literacy in schools; we really hope that this year the competition will prove to be equally as successful.
Ideas for your E-Book
- A short illustrated story – complete with: colourful illustrations, a beginning middle and end structure, front cover, back cover and an interesting blurb.
- A non-fiction information book – complete with interesting information, illustrations with captions, contents and index lists, whilst also possessing an inviting front and back cover.
In addition, to the above literacy and computing benefits, your school could possibly win a single licence for the superb Clicker 7 (worth £250) – kindly donated by Crick Software – or a 123ICT pupil workshop for your school!
Clicker 7 makes it easier than ever for teachers to produce differentiated curriculum resources and create a classroom of independent, enthusiastic learners.This new release is more accessible, user-friendly and customisable than ever before.
The competition is intended for Key Stage Two children.
Closing date for the competition is Friday 23 March 2018.
Full competition details, along with e-book ideas, can be found by visiting our website 2017-18 Competitions Page, or by clicking the link below:
Should you have any further questions regarding the competition, please e-mail them to: email@example.com
Good luck, we look forward to viewing your competition entries.