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LittleStar SSIS 中文短文大赛

February, 2018
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LittleStar SSIS 全国中文短文大赛
 
主题:我 * 中国
无论你来自世界何处,中国欢迎你!不管你在中国的时间有多久,中国喜欢你。在这个美丽而又神奇的国度,你的所见所闻,你的亲历感受,都在讲述着属于你自己的中国故事…

参赛作品要求
字数最多不超过2000字(无最低字数要求);标题不在字数统计内。
所有的参赛作品必须由参赛者独立创作完成,且从未以任何形式在任何线上媒体或线下媒体上进行过发表和发布(包括自行发表发布),且从未被用来参加任何其它的比赛活动。
参赛作品提交要求
所有的参赛作品必须使用中文写作,标明页码,并且在首页最上方注明文章字数及参赛者姓名与年龄。在线提交的参赛作品的文件名称必须使用以下格式:作品标题+作者姓名+作者年龄+作者所在学校的名称(例如“我在中国有个家__作者爱丽丝__16岁__SSIS”)。
提交的文件必须是Word文件,单倍行距且两端对齐。字体应设置为新宋,字体大小为12号。
作品一旦提交,则不得修改。任何不符合提交要求的参赛作品将失去参赛资格。
所有的参赛作品必须在线提交,提交地址为:www.internationalschool.info/littlestar/competition/shortstory
或邮件提交到:littlestarmagazine@qq.com
LittleStar将通过电子邮件的形式向提交者确认收到其参赛作品。

参赛资格
本次大赛面向中国国内所有的国际学校及双语学校学生。
参赛学生将分为两大组:中国籍的参赛学生(包括港澳台的学生)和外籍参赛学生(非中国籍学生);并且各自分为如下四个年龄段:
第一年龄组:9岁及以下
第二年龄组:10-12岁
第三年龄组:13-15岁
第四年龄组:16-18岁
两组学生分开进行比赛和评选。
作品提交截止日期
参赛作品在线(或邮件)提交的截止日期为:2018年12月1日。

奖项
中国籍学生组以及非中国籍学生组的各个年龄段将分别评出一名一等奖、两名二等奖和三名三等奖。同时,中国籍学生组以及非中国籍学生组的各个年龄段还将评出六名至十名不等的优秀奖。此外,LittleStar杂志将向本年度参赛的一名参赛学生颁发特别大奖;此项大奖由LittleStar杂志自主选定,其获奖者将获得在LittleStar杂志实习的机会。

 评审
本次大赛将秉承公正评选的原则。主办方将邀请一位国内著名的中文教育家或作家(具体人选将于2019年1月确定)担任首席评委。其它评委将包括LittleStar杂志的编辑以及各参赛学校的中文老师等。

评审结果
最终的比赛结果以及获奖者名单将于2019年2月28日前在LittleStar官网进行公布。获奖者也会收到获奖通知邮件。另外LittleStar杂志也将通过其微信渠道公布获奖名单。

颁奖典礼
所有获奖者及参赛学生都将受邀参加拟于2019年3月在上海举行的颁奖典礼。
颁奖典礼举行之前,大赛官网(www.starshortstory.com)及LittleStar杂志官网(www.internationalschool.info) 和微信会发布获奖名单及颁奖典礼安排信息。

获奖作品文集
在颁奖典礼举行之前(预计在2019年3月份),比赛中办方将出版获奖作品文集。每位获奖者以及每个参赛学校将获赠一定数量的文集。

作品版权 

参赛作品在世界范围内的版权属于作者本人。但LittleStar杂志将保有将所有获奖作品在其杂志,网站,微信及其它相关推广资料中出版和使用的权利。作者一经参赛,即表明同意此条款。
 
 
特别鸣谢比赛赞助学校:上海新加坡外籍人员子女学校 

 
请扫描littleStar杂志官方微信获取更多比赛及学校信息:

 

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Me & China - LittleStar SSIS Chinese Story Competition

February, 2018
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LittleStar SSIS Chinese Short Story Competition
2018-2019 
Theme: Me & China
No matter where you are from, now you are living in China. No matter how long you have lived in China, it has a special place in your heart. Tell us about China in your eyes, and give us your unique China [...]

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New Headmaster Brings New Hope

January, 2018
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A passionate sports lover, a devoted family man and a confident problem solver… That’s the impression one most likely will get from talking with Stephen Meier, the new Headmaster of Hope International School (HIS).
Meier grew up in Austria with missionary parents, lived across the US in college and for three Master’s level degrees. He taught [...]

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The Art of Education

January, 2018
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The great success of the LittleStar BWYA Environmental Postcard Design Competition in 2017 has once again showcased the incredible artistic talents of nearly 1,000 students from 24 international schools across China who participated with beautiful and creative postcard designs based on the theme “A Green Future.”
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In the Name of Love

January, 2018
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International school students are mostly a privileged group. Born to financially robust families, they are blessed with access to everything they need, from the most basic accommodation to the fanciest products..
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A LESSON - LittleStar CISB Short Story Competition 2017-2018

November, 2017
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LittleStar CISB Short Story Competition
2017-2018
Theme: A LESSON
Everyone has lessons to learn. As students, we have all had many memorable lessons at school – a lesson that you love, a lesson that you hate, and a lesson that you will remember for a long time. As a person, we also learn lessons from life. Lessons [...]

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How to Motivate Children in a Montessori School

November, 2017
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How do we motivate children in a Montessori school to love learning the way Maria Montessori said they would? How do we get to the stage where we can say, “the children are now working as if I did not exist.” (Montessori, Absorbent Mind, p.277)
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CISB Head of School: Commitment to Excellence

November, 2017
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During the interview with Douglas K. Prescott, Head of School of Canadian International School of Beijing (CISB), I was deeply impressed with his passion for education and his love of the school.
“Education today is more exciting in many ways than 40 years ago. This keeps me energized and passionate, and makes me want to see [...]

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Winners List - LittleStar BWYA Environmental Postcard Design Competition ‘A GREEN FUTURE’

November, 2017
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           Congratulations to Winners in LittleStar BWYA Environmental Postcard Design Competition 
"A GREEN FUTURE"!!!
 
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1st Prize Winner
Tiffany Zhao, 5 years old, Etonkids International Bilingual Kindergarten
2nd Prize Winners
Mickey Mi, 4 years and 10 months old, Beijing [...]

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Tough Choices – A-levels vs. IB

November, 2017
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November, 2017
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“For those applying for U.K., choose the subjects related [...]

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SSIS Alumni Arikawa Kinji: Studying in Shanghai

November, 2017
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Bookmaking with Nursery

November, 2017
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Curtis Jobling: Keep Reading, Kids!

November, 2017
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Dulwich Shanghai Counselors Empower Students toward Success

November, 2017
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Kathleen [...]

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