O’Poésie – FSL Poetry Contest

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O’Poésie – FSL Poetry Contest 2018-06-12T06:08:17-04:00

 

O’Poésie is a French as a second language poetry contest open to youth in Quebec & Nunavut aged 10 to 17 years that allows students to use and discover the French language in a creative way.

Canadian Parents for French in Quebec is pleased to announce the winners for 2018 :
Each winner which will receive Antidote 9 offered by Druide Informatique (value of 130$):
10-13 Poetry Category: Coralie Lanthier, Rosemere High, SWLSB – Le Cheval.
14-17 Poetry Category: Abbey Skerget, Beaconsfield High, LBPSB – Miroir, Miroir.
Haiku Category: Nathan Manoroth – Westmount High, EMSB

Participating teachers were invited to submit their name into a draw to win French books for their classrooms. These books valued at $50 are offered by ALQ and CPF Quebec & Nunavut Project as our way of thanks for supporting students creatively.
Jennifer Hay-Sabourin, Beaconsfield High School is the winner of the draw.

For its second edition, O’Poésie received 55 poems: 2 in the 10-13 years Category, 31 in the 14-17 years Category and 22 in the Haiku 10-17 years Category.
The participants came from 3 different English School Boards in Quebec: English Montreal School Board, Lester B. Pearson School Board and Sir Wilfred Laurier School Board.

A big congratulations to all those who participated.

O’Poésie – 3rd Edition

The deadline for the 3rd Edition is May 15th 2019.

You can send your poem or the poems of your students by post Canadian Parents for French Projet Québec & Nunavut – Concours O’Poésie, 1819 Ouest Rene-Levesque, Suite 400 Montréal, QC H3H 2P5,
or
by email at [email protected] (with O’Poesie 3rd Edition in subject line).

Rules:

  1. All poems must be submitted by 8:00pm on May 15th, 2019

  2. Poems must have a limit of 20 lines or less.

  3. Only one entry per student can be submitted.

  4. The contest is open to students aged 10 to 17 years that are registered in an English school board or English School in Quebec or use French as an additional language in Nunavut.

  5. There are three categories: 10-13 years; 14-17 years; and one haiku category for 10-17 years.

  6. Students may enter individually and not through a school. Proof of registration might be requested if necessary.

  7. Students may choose the theme and form.

  8. Entries should be typed or neatly hand-written

  9. Each poem should be submitted with an entry form (see below)

O’Poésie Entry Form

Our Partners : Association des libraires du Québec & Druide.

 

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