WHAT A PROJECT SUBMISSION SHOULD DO:
Generally speaking, Language Panda projects should use a digital platform to teach language, literature, or a cultural lesson. The digital aspect of the project should either:
- use a digital platform to teach a skill
- transform an existing form of digital media to teach a skill or to check for student comprehension. For example, embed comprehension questions in a YouTube video.
- ask the students to create a digital project that demonstrates their mastery of a skill.
WHAT YOUR PROJECT WILL NEED:
To get you started, here is a list of materials that your completed project will need:
- Descriptive information: Title, language, level, and amount of time required for completing the task.
- Brief description: A 650-character description of the project (language, skill practiced, tool used).
- Long description: Materials needed, instructions for students, lesson objectives, potential pitfalls, successes, etc.
- Video: A screen-recording video that tells our users who you are, what you teach, what tool you have used, what modes of communication or ACTFL World-Readiness Standards your task engages, and what your project achieves. Please see our tutorial page for help getting started on your screen-recording.
- Completed Language Panda ACTFL Lesson Plan Template (optional)
- Worksheets or handouts (optional)
HOW TO PLAN YOUR ACTIVITY:
To help you in developing your activity, please use the Language Panda ACTFL Lesson Plan Template (PDF) or Language Panda ACTFL Lesson Plan Template (Word). These templates are designed to help you compile all of the necessary information about your project, guide you in articulating your learning objectives, and assist you in describing your lesson’s learning outcomes. After you fill out the template, you will have everything you need to submit your project.