About the 2019–20 TOEFL® Young Students Series GO English! Project
The Places You Would Go! Your class wins a trip to go anywhere in the world. Where would you like to go? Why?
Using your English skills, work together as a class and collectively select one location you would like to visit and explain why. Did you choose this place because of its location, culture, food, weather or the people? We invite you to work in groups of four for this project to practice your English skills while creating a video, radio, poster or newspaper announcement.
ETS, the world's largest nonprofit educational measurement organization, is committed to delivering high-quality assessments — like the TOEFL Primary® and TOEFL Junior® tests — as well as conducting world-class research and advancing education worldwide. We are also committed to promoting learning that engages students on multiple levels.
With your guidance, students will be inspired to practice and improve their English-language skills, use their imagination and take pride in creating an amazing project. In addition, each participating student will receive a certificate of participation once you turn in your project.
Discuss ideas with your class and create a project
Your goals are to:
- Work as a class or in small groups of four for a total of 5–10 hours over several weeks.
- Say or write enough English to effectively communicate your message.
- Be creative.
Here are some project details to get you started.
Deadline for your project — March 1, 2020
Once your project is completed, you will need to make sure you:
- Collect signed student release forms.
- Format your project using an acceptable file type. Any file you submit cannot exceed 50MB.
- Contact your local in-country ETS Preferred Network member to submit your project along with the student release forms.
Contact us at email@example.com for questions, and remember to encourage your students to work together, be creative and have fun!
Participants acknowledge and understand that the GO English! project ("Project") is not a contest and that there are no prizes or awards associated with the Project. Participants agree that ETS, agents and representatives, affiliates, subsidiaries, advertising, Project and fulfillment agencies, and legal advisors are not responsible or liable for, and shall be released and held harmless from: (i) telephone, electronic, hardware or software program, network, internet, technical and computer malfunctions, failures or difficulties, or human error, of any kind; (ii) any condition caused by events beyond the control of ETS that may cause the Project to be disrupted or corrupted, including theft, destruction or alteration of entries or website tampering; (iii) any printing or typographical errors in any materials associated with the Project; (iv) any and all losses, damages, rights, claims and actions of any kind in connection with or resulting from participation in the Project, including without limitation, personal injury, death and property damage, and claims based on publicity rights, misrepresentation, defamation, or invasion of privacy. ETS reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to suspend or cancel the Project at any time. Without limiting the foregoing, ETS may terminate the Project in whole or in part in the event that the entries are defective for any reason, or if ETS does not receive releases from all students' parents.
Further, due to the large number of Participants, ETS may not be able to post all submissions on its website.