TEACHERS – WIN AN AMAZING TWO RETURN
HERE’S HOW YOU CAN WIN TWO RETURN AIRLINE TICKETS TO ATHENS!
There are two main goals of the Martin-Lysicrates Competition.
One is to expose as many kids as possible to new, high-quality Australian playwriting, in the theatre; or, for kids who can’t get to the theatre, to engage them online. And maybe some of them, in Sydney and beyond, will be inspired to write their own stories!
Another is to empower kids to have confidence in their own choice. For most of them, a vote in the Martin-Lysicrates Competition will be their first experience of democracy, a great way of teaching them about how it works and how valuable it is.
Here – because online engagement is a great way to engage today’s kids – teachers play a crucial role. So to recognise the importance of teachers, and to encourage teachers to respond to these twin challenges, we have created this innovative and unique competition.
The simplest way you can win is to get five or more of your students to watch the plays online, and then to vote, mentioning you as their teacher. For that, you get one entry into the hat.
(Teachers who have brought students to the theatre will automatically get one entry regardless of whether any of their students vote online).
You can get an additional entry into the hat if, as well as getting five or more students to vote online, you also download the fabulous Teachers’ Resource Kit and then send us, in at least 100 words, your comments on it.
And any teachers who came to the theatre, AND who get five or more students to watch the plays online and then vote, AND who download the fabulous Teachers’ Resource Kit, will get THREE entries into the hat! If you weren’t able to bring any students to the theatre, why don’t you try for next year!”
You have three chances to win these incredible two return airline tickets to Athens!
The deadline has been extended and all valid entries will be put in a hat and the winner drawn on 6th December this year.
INTO THE HAT
FOR AN ADDITIONAL CHANCE
FOR ANOTHER CHANCE