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Poster Contest 2014

AATSP 2014 Poster Contest Theme

Enriquece tu vida aprendiendo otras lenguas/
Enriqueça sua vida, aprendendo outras línguas


The 2014 Poster Contest is now closed. The deadline to submit posters closed on Tuesday, April 1, 2014. Please continue to check the website for the 2014 results and 2015 information. 

Each year the AATSP sponsors a poster contest for students enrolled in Spanish or Portuguese. The 2014 contest is open to all Spanish and Portuguese students grades K-12 of current AATSP member teachers. New for 2014: a Digital Poster category! (9th-12th grades only). The posters are a demonstration of student understanding of the importance and uses for learning new languages. The poster is also an excellent project for Hispanic Heritage Month and Foreign Language Celebrations!

The AATSP Poster Contest …

  • Encourages discussion of language study
  • Promotes creative thinking
  • Celebrates visual learners
  • Celebrates artistic expression
  • Verbalizes appreciation for other languages
  • Encourages cross-curriculum collaboration (social studies and art)
  • Is a great program advocacy tool· Provides student recognition
  • Is an excellent way to engage the enthusiasm of our students!

Contact your AATSP Chapter for chapter contest deadlines and information.

National Poster Contest Deadline: April 1, 2014.

Teachers of winning students will be notified by the end of May 2014.


Additional information about the AATSP 2014 Poster Contest:

Entry Requirements

Organizing an AATSP Chapter Contest

Student Information Form

2014 Chapter Poster Contests

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