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Success in the MLTAQ French poster competition

The annual Sunshine Coast MLTAQ Foreign Languages Poster competition was held in Term 1. The topic this year was the United Nations International Year of Indigenous Languages. The topic challenged students to think about the importance of native languages in the society, and the role of languages as a means of communication, socialising and belonging.
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French Speech Contest at USC


Congratulations to Amelie Mullins for her 2nd place win for her French presentation at the MLTAQ speech contest held at the University of the Sunshine Coast on Sunday. The annual MLTAQ language event at USC is a wonderful opportunity for Students from Sunshine Coast state and private schools, from Years 4-12, to showcase their language
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French students’ success in the MLTAQ Poster Competition

Every year the MLTAQ Sunshine Coast branch (Modern Language Teachers’ Association of Queensland) organises a Poster Competition for language learners. This year the topic was “My Language Classroom” and students had the chance to use their artistic skills as well as language skills to promote language learning and to tell what they like about their
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MLTAQ – Sunshine Coast Speech Competition Warm Up

GCC 1st for French in the latest Language Perfect Sunshine Coast competition and a bonus $750 prize draw – Just perfect! It has been a very busy week and weekend for our French students but with wonderful results. Last week GCC participated in a five-day Language Perfect Competition which ended on Saturday. Although students were
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French Speech Competition

At least 1600 people visited the University of the Sunshine Coast on Sunday from 40 schools, where 7 different languages were being represented for the MLTAQ Sunshine Coast annual speech competition. GCC parents and teachers joined in the event to watch and wait while students showcased their prepared French speech and presentations and to enjoy
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