Write/Right to Read
The Winners are announced! Congratulations to all our winners and thank you to all those who participated.
Read the top ten stories here.
First Prize: Alto Kominami – Toronto, ON
Top 10 winners (Listed in alphabetical order by last name) :
Angela Chan – Mississauga, ON
Sharon Chatha – Brampton, ON
Sara Dar – Mississauga, ON
Samantha Glesby – Winnipeg, MB
Lorrie Goos’ Grade 5/6G class – Brucefield, ON
Isabelle Kreuger – Moose Jaw, SK
Rebecca Ma – Mississauga, ON
Victoria Peng – Mississauga, ON
Alexa Sestak – Vancouver, BC
Top 50 winners (Listed in alphabetical order by last name):
Nilroy Ahmed – Scarborough, ON
Angel Almquist – Nipigon, ON
Abhimanyu Bhardwaj – Brampton, ON
Michael Brondial – Scarborough, ON
Frances Brooksbank – Turner Valley, AB
T.J. Buck – Ottawa, ON
Kaiya Burton – Brampton, ON
Tamara Butchko – Yorkton, SK
Ehteshem Butt – Calgary, AB
Melanie Cacciatore – Toronto, ON
Claire Chapman – Nepean, ON
Shalaka Desai – Brampton, ON
Melodie Dore – Montreal, QC
Fazan Dubash – Mississauga, ON
Christopher Dugal – Toronto, ON
Heather East – Hensall, ON
Sarah Fanous – Winnipeg, MB
Valerie Fernandes – Toronto, ON
Melina Havaedji – Mississauga, ON
Ruqauua Hirji – Toronto, ON
Kareem Ignacio – Scarborough, ON
Samadhee Kaluarchchi – Surrey, BC
Alice Kazal – Toronto, ON
Eric Lee – Scarborough, ON
Tiana Liske – Swan River, MB
Ceily McInnis – Stellerton, NS
Tia Penner – Yorkton, SK
Zainab Rashid – Richmond Hill, ON
Ariana Rogel – Toronto, ON
Montana Sachetti – Nipigon, ON
Jazea Scales – Benito, MB
Cole Straub – Winnipeg, MB
Hannah Thiessen – Winnipeg, MB
Allison Ullrich – Toronto, ON
Chandler Van der Hoek – Black Diamond, AB
Rachel Ward – Nanaimo, BC
Amy Webster – Toronto, ON
Abby Woytowich – Winnipeg, MB
Winston Zheng – Mississauga, ON
Melissa Zito – Toronto, ON
Write/Right to Read is a national bilingual writing contest creating global citizens in grades 4-6.
This year, the contest theme is based on Deborah Ellis’ book, No Ordinary Day. It encourages children to imagine themselves in a totally different place, and to write creatively about what they’ve learned from that country and its culture.
Judging Criteria: Please consider that the following criteria will be used during the judging of all entries:
- On target – The writing answers the question that was posed.
- Organization – The story progresses through an understandable narrative.
- Uniqueness – The writer has taken a unique approach to the topic.
- Descriptive Language – The writer has effectively described sights, sounds, smells, tastes and feelings.
For further information, please contact us by email at email@example.com
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