The Language Perfect World Championships are about to kick off and language learners from all over the globe are poised to compete with each other in the greatest cyber-battle there has ever been (ever). Over 100,000 students are primed and ready to take part in this worldwide phenomenon aiming to achieve the maximum number of points for themselves, their school and their country!
If you haven't signed up yet for the 10 day competition, there is still time to do so and if you use the JDALE registration code you can have 50 places for FREE.
HOW TO REGISTER IN 30 SECONDS:
- Follow this link
- Click Register my school!
- Select I am a Teacher
- Enter your details
- NOTE: be sure to include (JDALE) in the Registration Code box
- Press Submit
Language Perfect will reply with details on how to proceed.
Over 14 million questions were answered in 7 days in last year's competition. Who knows what the final result will be this time around with an extra 3 days to play with!
Like last year, I will be writing regular updates on the Language Perfect World Championships home page throughout the competition so keep your eyes peeled as you may get a mention!
I will also be using social media to promote the competition and would encourage you to post your thoughts and achievements on to the championship blog using the email [email protected]. Feel free to send multimedia attachments so they will be embedded automatically for you as if by magic! You can also leave comments on the Language Perfect Facebook page and tweet using the hashtag #lpwc.
The Language Perfect team has now developed an iPad app for those who want to take part in the Championships on the move too!
I was lucky enough to attend the official launch dinner in Perth, the host city for this year's competition in March, footage of which you can see here. You'll spot me right at the end on the right ;-)
Hear more about the competiton, the certificates and the prizes you can win from the CEO himself, Craig Smith who was nominated as Young New Zealander of the Year. Go Craig!
Check out this short news item showcasing this year's Championship on TVNZ
... and finally in the words of Craig ...
Learn, Compete, Win. Let the Championships begin!
This year's championship will be even bigger and better than before. Good luck to everyone taking part. Enjoy!