After the success of QFI’s first ChatterPix competition for students studying Arabic at secondary schools in Germany, we recently held a ChatterPix challenge for students in years 1-5. The challenge was open to students who study Arabic as a heritage language in programs run by German federal states. Heritage language programs in Germany typically offer Arabic instruction twice a week after regular school hours.
In this competition, students were asked to use the ChatterPix app to create a 30-second video and make an object of their choice “speak” in Arabic. Students used their mobile phones to photograph or upload images and record their voices. The winning submissions are highlighted below for your enjoyment!
First Place: Omar Al S. for “Ramadan”
Second Place: Zena M. for “Distanzlernen – Distance Learning”
Third Place: Ayman Al J. for “Weinblätter – Vine leafs”
The three winners are from Bonn, Germany.
Congratulations to all of the students who submitted their creative and excellent submissions!