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Ontario

École élémentaire catholique Arc-en-Ciel

Journal
A newspaper composed of many articles about how the students from Arc-en-Ciel school lived their school year.

Journal

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  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole élémentaire catholique Arc-en-Ciel
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityConseil des écoles catholiques du Centre-Est (CEECE)
  • RégionRegionEst de l'Ontario
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN tammy milonas and kézia gallant'S CLASSes, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR akochayé briat.


Québec

École de l'Apprenti-Sage

Le prof perd la boule

Le prof perd la boule

4
  • ÉquipeTeamAlexann Beaulieu, Kristofer Bélanger, Ève Benoit, Raphael Bertrand, Tristan Blanchet, Tommy Boutin, Adam Brassard, Nathan Caron, Élliot Cournoyer, Meganne Drapeau, Jonathan Faucher, Océanne Fortin, Alexis Frédette, Arthur Gagnon, Zoé Girard, Alyssia Guérard, Daphné Mahous, Clémence Thibodeau
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole de l'Apprenti-Sage
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire de la Capitale (CSSC)
  • RégionRegionCapitale-Nationale
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention de la vision d'ensemble
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN DANIEL VERREAULT'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR ALYSSON FORGUES.


Coincés au cinéma

Coincés au cinéma

4
  • ÉquipeTeamSophiane Benoit, Gabriel Boudreault, Éli Cuger , Audrey-Leila Darulin, Tristan Desjardins, Raphaelle Desrosiers, Alice Dumont, Alexandre Gagné, Alice Gagnon, Jérôme Gauthier, Olivier Gauthier, Mia Hermandez, Lucas Houde, Endrit Isufi, Helene Juliette, Édouard Lavoie-Leuller, Victoria Matemb, Zack Morin, Édouard Olivier, Grace Linsdey Rirangira, Éléonore Trudeau, Aurélie Voisine, Junior Yende Sah Nauna
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole de l'Apprenti-Sage
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire de la Capitale (CSSC)
  • RégionRegionCapitale-Nationale
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention de la boîte à outils médiatiques
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN NATHALIE lÉGARÉ'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR ALYSSON FORGUES.


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École primaire Barclay

Piégés dans une boucle

Piégés dans une boucle

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  • ÉquipeTeamEkam Preet Bhatti, Sumona Das, Yassine Ghareb, Yuvraj Hanjra, Shaheer Iqbal, Faisal Bin Islam, Gnamienble Priscillia Kouakou, Noble Ademipo Kure, Asraful Islam Mahi, Divyansh Nagpal, Yasmine Oseni, Yandel Geovany Perez Enciso, Shagun Shergill, Dymond Angelique Singleton, Mariam Tall, Md Ajmol Thakur, Agchiya Vijithkumar
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole primaire Barclay
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire de Montréal (CSSDM)
  • RégionRegionMontréal
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention de l'équipe soudée
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN CAROLINE BERTRAND'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR CARLA ALVARADO SANCHEZ.


Theme

Group 324 is not only a group that loves to work as a team, but that is also able to take on any challenge. Interested in horror stories, the students managed to put themselves in a macabre world where only teamwork is the key to getting through. This story reflects the dynamics seen in the group 324. So close to moving on to a new stage in their lives, which is the high school, they are enjoying their last experiences in elementary school and are looking to motivate others to work hard and as a team. This is how the students were able to be a collective movement in and out of the film.  


Les animaux en voie de disparition

Les animaux en voie de disparition

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  • ÉquipeTeamTerrence-Adam Casimir, Sufiyan Hossain, Ahmad Iqbal, Jodia Janis, Namish Loomba, Soundousse Loukari, Ahnaf Bin Zaman Mohammad, Zuhaa Nargis, Darsh Patel, Ishika Patel, Krish Patel, Thalya Rouzier, Manya Santosh Singh, Sarvi Sarvi, Jaskaran Singh, Rohan Benjamin Wali
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole primaire Barclay
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire de Montréal (CSSDM)
  • RégionRegionMontréal
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention de l'ouverture sur le monde
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN ionel radu'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR carla alvarado sanchez.


Theme

Group 223 is a group that has been able to stand out for its perseverance and enthusiasm. The group likes to find new ways of expressing themselves and uses these media to find their voice. To do so, making a report on endangered animals was a must. Inspired by Canadian vox pops on language and immigration, the students wanted to share their knowledge and concerns about endangered animals. In addition, they seek to touch the hearts of adults and great nations so they can protect these endangered species. At the end of the day, we can see how they have become a movement to give a voice to those who do not have one.  


Les droits des enfants

Les droits des enfants

1
  • ÉquipeTeamStefanos Asprogerakas, Krish Balasubramaniam, Ayman Baree, Michelle Bray Ospina, Annayeely Enma Canales, Iassin Chafi, Simarpreet Kaur Gharu, Mersiha Islam, Arnis Kastrati, Harjaspreet Kaur, Jason Joy Kunju, Malik Muqaddas, Kwadwo Kodua Nyanor, Ansh Patel, Divyana Patel, Isha Patel, Shaanveer Singh, Rushda Zannat
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole primaire Barclay
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire de Montréal (CSSDM)
  • RégionRegionMontréal
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention de l'ouverture sur le monde
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN melissa tardivel'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR carla alvarado sanchez.


Theme

Group 222 is a group that loves to learn and has a passion for sharing their knowledge and interests. This is a group that has transformed their classroom into a second home where they welcome all individuals warmly. They know no limitations; they are willing to discover and share everything. “Be the Movement” inspired Class 222 to give a message to adults. The Children’s Rights is a project, in collaboration with Family-Children-Networks, that seeks to educate children about their rights. The students wanted to convey their knowledge through a vox pop. You can see how the students use the power of their voices to get this message across. This is how they are all creating a movement to have their rights heard, asserted, and protected.


Ma nouvelle vie

Ma nouvelle vie

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  • ÉquipeTeamSyed Irfan Hasan Sohan, Mehmet Meric Erden, Anureet Kaur, Harleen Kaur, Harmeen Kaur, Komalpreet Kaur, Ravleen Kaur, Tarandeep Kaur, Jaskirat Singh, Bawanjot Singh Mann, Jesan Singh Uppal, Aarav Wahi
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole primaire Barclay
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire de Montréal (CSSDM)
  • RégionRegionMontréal
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention du message éclairé
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN samia bouhadeb'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR laurie gervais.


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Korssa contre Barclay

Korssa contre Barclay

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  • ÉquipeTeamAyat Ahmed, Shahid Barirah Ahmed, Wasiq Akter, Ramanpreet Kaur Batth,, Petroula Christodoulaki, Yassmine Dermoug, Aksel Djebbab, Stella Elizabeth Dorismé, Jordan Anthony Gonzalez, Hashim Iqbal, Uzair Muhammad Najam, Parmveer Nagah, Laila Nusrat, Prathna Prathna, Manveer Singh, Sachpreet Singh Sahota
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole primaire Barclay
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire de Montréal (CSSDM)
  • RégionRegionMontréal
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention de l'imagination débordante
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN maria paredes'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR laurie gervais.


Theme

Group 2 at Barclay School is a regular group, where students come from various backgrounds. They are extremely energetic students who have a lot of questions and ideas. They have a lot of imagination and are not at all afraid of horror movies and were fascinated by the movie It with the evil clown Pennywise. Inspired by the two films featuring the famous clown, the students wanted to present the revenge of his sister. The theme of movement can be seen through the lights and camera movements during the filming of Korssa vs. Barclay. Sometimes the movement makes us think of change, so we can also say that the bullying of the young Coralie who, as the film progresses, becomes more and more accepted by the other students is drawn from the theme of movement. 

École primaire Lanaudière

La bataille des fruits

La bataille des fruits

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  • ÉquipeTeamHenry-James Bell, Simon Bourgeois-Bilodeau, Léa Butt, Théodore Carmichael, Mason Collins, Ellie Desjardins, Selma Khouri-Raphaël, Noémie Lac, Arthur Lam, Tahlia Lebreton, Charlotte Mankiewicz, Théo Mercier, Léo Normandin, Katia Onyshchenko, Maxime Parent, Norah Roth, Louanie Tezza, Ali Akhellouf, Santiago Baeza-Meza, Esteban Beauvais-Salazar, Gaspard Calmeau, Emmerik Césaria, Félix Chavarie, Loïc Fantin, Mateo Garcia Valenciano, Lucas Gaudreau, Olivia Gervais, Maayan Goldstein, Mia Gouldsborough, Antônio Howes Veiga, Levi Lafleur, Clémentine Lepori, Éloi Madore, Mackenzie McLaughlin-Roberts, Gabriel Molina, Clémentine Portelance, Simone Risler Gareau, Amelia Tahi
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole primaire Lanaudière
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire de Montréal (CSSDM)
  • RégionRegionMontréal
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention de la vision d'ensemble
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN nancie bouchard and nathalie denis'S CLASSes, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR sandrine martin.


École Primaire Ludger-Duvernay

Les chefs du mouvement

Les chefs du mouvement

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  • ÉquipeTeamJessan Rahin Bhuiyan, Muriel Blain, Willyam Bouchard, Maya Cyra Charles, Madiba Kounta Kanté, Kanke Ibra Keita, Livie Lessard Maxwell, Elias Matteau, Rayan Miah, Raphaël Mitton-Ross, Gregory Nadeau, Jules Thibault, Nicolas Tremblay
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole Primaire Ludger-Duvernay
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire de Montréal (CSSDM)
  • RégionRegionMontréal
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention de la boîte à outils médiatiques
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN isabelle turenne'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR evelyne cortes oquendo.


Theme

The TV show Chefs of Movement was produced by Group 22 from Ludger-Duvernay Elementary School. This group is known for its dynamism, curiosity and creativity. Every week, students were excited to explore new forms of communication. At Ludger-Duvernay Elementary School, April is Food Month. So, the students wanted to incorporate their media knowledge and their new knowledge about food. The theme of the year is captured in the concept of the show itself, which encourages its audience to continue the healthy eating movement. The final production led each youth to discover new passions and express their full potential. The show Chefs of the Movement provides simple, easy-to-make recipes in a fun way. This cooking show helps fuel the movement to educate youth about healthy cooking.




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Lego Wars

Lego Wars

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  • ÉquipeTeamLoïc Gagnon, Joshua Avian Gomez, Dengyi Li, Chemar McDonald, Jonathan Eduardo Salinas Navarro, Julian Watson Roy
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole Primaire Ludger-Duvernay
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire de Montréal (CSSDM)
  • RégionRegionMontréal
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention de l'imagination débordante
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN catherine lauzier-benoît'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR evelyne cortes oquendo.


Theme

Lego Wars was created by the group T31 from Ludger-Duvernay Elementary School. This dynamic group stands out for its creativity, perseverance and enthusiasm. Each week, the students were motivated to learn about the world of media and develop their skills. The group was always involved in discussions and activities in class. In addition, students put their hearts and souls into the design and production of the final media project. Indeed, to create a stop-motion animation, you have to be patient, meticulous and creative. The students from the group T31 stood out for their ability to complete such a large-scale project in just a few weeks. The theme of the year can be found in this animated film since the stop-motion process involves recreating movement through a succession of images. Finally, Lego Wars presents the galactic adventures of five brave Legos men. 




À la recherche d'un vaccin

À la recherche d'un vaccin

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  • ÉquipeTeamJizhou Hou, Yeonhee Jung, Serge François Marcil, Adam Oualji, Kenzo Sebastian Pueblos
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole Primaire Ludger-Duvernay
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire de Montréal (CSSDM)
  • RégionRegionMontréal
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention de la boîte à outils médiatiques
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN anne moreau'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR laurie gervais.


Theme

Group 3 of Ludger-Duvernay Elementary School is a reception class, so the students are from diverse backgrounds and learn French at different paces. They are a very energetic group and like to share their extravagant ideas.

The animated film Searching for a Vaccine takes us to the year 2098, when an unknown virus has triggered a global pandemic. Two astronauts must venture out into space in order to retrieve materials to create a vaccine and save the population of the Earth. The media production is inspired by the physical movement, the journey into space and an alien planet, which is necessary to find an antidote to the virus. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, it was a way to travel and find an imaginary alternative to save the population of Earth as quickly as possible. 


École primaire Saint-Grégoire-le-Grand

L'enfant et ses parents

L'enfant et ses parents

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  • ÉquipeTeamAylwyn Nathan Ambroise, Océanne Beauvillier Pierre, Ilyan Bouhaddi, Jordan Nelson Brunelus Cayer, Adriana Ferreira, Loki Garant, Hichem Bentaiba Hannouche, Adam Kerbouci, Safia Lamri, Schemadja Rolanta Massenat, Jeremy Francisco Moreta Hrnandez, Brandon Romondt Rojas, Yanis Mael Siewe Fansi, Yasmine Tartour, Laëticia Tropnas
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole primaire Saint-Grégoire-le-Grand
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire de Montréal (CSSDM)
  • RégionRegionMontréal
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention de l'équipe soudée
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN gisella sans miguel'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR jérôme millette.


Theme

Our film is a message for children to spend more time with their parents. This is a subject that is close to us, because we still care a lot about our parents, and even if we spend time with them, it’s never enough for us. So, we decided to make a film showing you how sad it is to not spend enough time with our parents.


SGLG Nouvelles

SGLG Nouvelles

2
  • ÉquipeTeamAbdelhadi Bahadda, Yasmine Bellali, Mouhamed Aly Cisse, Kevin Alberto Fernandez Maldonado, Sabrine Guerroudj, Zoé Hayward-Trouvé, Yacine Kechir, Elisa Minh-Thu Le, Jada Makuta Makanda, Richie Milien, Douaa Moulti, Samy Ouazene, Nicolas Savoie, Charles-David Sounan
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole primaire Saint-Grégoire-le-Grand
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire de Montréal (CSSDM)
  • RégionRegionMontréal
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention de l'ouverture sur le monde
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN nadia benamar'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR jérôme millette.


Theme

Our class has many people from different nationalities and cultures. We have learned to live together and we do not really understand why there is racism. In order to stop racism in the world, we have decided to present our class in a report.


Le droit des animaux

Le droit des animaux

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  • ÉquipeTeamYasmine Aïssi, Santosh Arumugam, Arekzi Azour, Amy Borges, Yousra Bousabbat, Chloé Hardy, Leyth Angel Harket, Andy Lam, Lokmane Makhol, Fatima Hayam Mehimda, Yassmine Mouhafid, Camelia Noreau Suero, Yanamarie Ochoa, Bryan Samuel Ortiz Torres, Hanzel Alejandro Portillo-Ulloa, Hafsa Sadki, Kevin Garrencha Valbrun
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole primaire Saint-Grégoire-le-Grand
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire de Montréal (CSSDM)
  • RégionRegionMontréal
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention de la vision d'ensemble
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN stéphanie beaulieu pinard'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR jérôme millette.


Theme

We really love animals. This is why we made a short report teaching people how to protect them better. The goal is to show that with simple gestures we can greatly help animals. These are three little tips that can make all the difference for the animals we love. 


L'amitié entre collègues

L'amitié entre collègues

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  • ÉquipeTeamMyriam Aissi, Christopher Arice, Marwane Bahadda, Jayce Blaise, Ella Bustamante Lopera, Laurent Champagne, Aksel Cheklat, Laïla Lanice, Nesrine Loualia, Lindsay Méus, Maria-Camila Rivillas-Rincon, Zakaria Semmar, Souibes Emile, Agathe Tremblay
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole primaire Saint-Grégoire-le-Grand
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire de Montréal (CSSDM)
  • RégionRegionMontréal
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention de l'ouverture sur le monde
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN élise rioux'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR jérôme millette.


Theme

We are a class that cares a lot about the end of racism, we think that it is not right. So, we have decided to make a short report presenting a duo of friends who prove us that we can be friends despite cultural differences and skin colours! We want to be the movement to end racism in the world. 


La chicane

La chicane

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  • ÉquipeTeamAhmed Reda Bellali, Sofiane Cissé, Natalie-Rachel Courval Torres, Youssef Debbabi, Narjes Jorjina Debek, Mael Dessailly-Arko, Léo Durand, Alicia Alharrar, Ayoub Essalhi, Joah Garant, Nathan Julien, Emma-Irén Kelemen, Yazid Kerbouci, Yara Kriter, Cissé D. Soumare
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole primaire Saint-Grégoire-le-Grand
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire de Montréal (CSSDM)
  • RégionRegionMontréal
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention du message éclairé
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN sofia derbali'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR jérôme millette.


Theme

We wanted to address something close to us. It often happens that we argue in our class, so we decided to create a short film about this topic. We took a banal quarrel to show that many problems are easily solved. The goal is to make changes and ensure that there is less bickering in the world.


École primaire Saint-Raymond

La morale des enfants

La morale des enfants

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  • ÉquipeTeamJad Allah Assad, Alena Atfeh, Shaylee Azargoon, Yuel Yohannes Berhane, Michelle Elizabeth Lewcock, Hong Ying Li, Maneli Malekloo, Yamin Masadeh, Cristopher Jesus Segura Machado
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole primaire Saint-Raymond
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire de Montréal (CSSDM)
  • RégionRegionMontréal
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention du message éclairé
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN Ali Atman and Emma charrette'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR evelyne cortes oquendo.


Theme

The Children’s Moral was produced by the students of group AC3 from Saint-Raymond Elementary School. This group of students stands out for their creativity, perseverance and enthusiasm. At each workshop, students were curious to learn more about new media and they set ambitious goals to surpass the expectations of each activity. Their final production reflects this as each student created their own animation in just a few weeks. Indeed, students interpreted the theme of the year literally as they broke down the movement in their drawings and then gave the illusion of continuous movement. These short animations tell us several short stories conveying messages of hope, love and perseverance. The emotions conveyed by The Children’s Moral then set us in motion.



Les super-Légos en mouvement

Les super-Légos en mouvement

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  • ÉquipeTeamZeen Alkhatteeb, Natnael Yoannes Berhane, Izzie Lianna De Guzman, Chenxi Hu, Samantha Jrylle Maghari, Baraa Belal Lutf Allah Mohsen, Nathan Prince Suleiman
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole primaire Saint-Raymond
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire de Montréal (CSSDM)
  • RégionRegionMontréal
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention de l'imagination débordante
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN iryna protsyk'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR evelyne cortes oquendo.


Theme

The Super Legos in Motion was created by the students in group AC1 from the Saint-Raymond Elementary School. This group shines by its diversity, creativity and perseverance. During the Youth Fusion workshops, the students were always interested in learning new tools and working on new techniques. Students stood out during the stop-motion projects because they were able to use their imagination to design fabulous and eccentric stories while working as a team. The theme of the year is captured in the integration of the basic concepts of movement and in the eventful journeys of the Lego heroes and heroines. Finally, The Super Legos in Motion presents the adventures of seven super Legos as they learn to use their superpowers to do some good.




Le dragon et les trois lapins

Le dragon et les trois lapins

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  • ÉquipeTeamAleena Ashiq, Mia Baggio, Mariam Madeleine Balde, Simonde Rose Béridot Hillman, Naedrah Edwards Bartholomew, Chenyuan Hu, Melody Joseph, Civan Sarp Korkunckaya, Wouraola Kouadio, Samuel Lin, Eva Marin-Valori, Levy Petre, Hajer Saada, Elijah Samuels, Mustafo Sayfullaev, Yonathan Eyob Wolday, Awa Kadiatou Wone
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole primaire Saint-Raymond
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire de Montréal (CSSDM)
  • RégionRegionMontréal
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention de la vision d'ensemble
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN mariama gassama, luminata andreea mihai and dhurata doÇi'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR TAMARA ROUSSEAU.


Theme

The Dragon and the Three Rabbits was created by the students of group 1A of Saint-Raymond Elementary School. This dynamic group stands out for its creativity, perseverance and energy. Each week, students were excited to explore the world of media and to work as a team on different projects. In each workshop, the students became more and more confident in expressing themselves through communication tools provided. Students showed particular interest in a shadow puppet workshop. This served as inspiration for their final media production. Students used their creativity in making an adaptation of their favourite tale. In addition, they made all the puppets and memorized their dialogues. The theme of the year is the art of storytelling through body movement and shadow movement. The Dragon and the Three Rabbits is a free adaptation of a children’s story in a shadow puppetry form.






Je suis

Je suis

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  • ÉquipeTeamYousef Alrayes, Hesham Atfeh, Sara Yohannes Berhane, Muhammad Arman Butt, Joedry Adrian Cruz Cruz, Ward Jahjah, Yasmin Jahjah, Nada Masadeh, Yanxi Wang, Xuanxuan Wu
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole primaire Saint-Raymond
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire de Montréal (CSSDM)
  • RégionRegionMontréal
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention de la boîte à outils médiatiques
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN ashraf mowafy'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR evelyne cortes oquendo.


Theme

The photo report I Am was made by the students of the group AC2 from Saint-Raymond Elementary School. The students stand out for their creativity, perseverance and organization skills. At each workshop, students were fascinated by the different media and tools that were at their disposal. They learned to use new medium to express themselves when words are sometimes lacking. Thus, the strength of the group lies in their cultural differences which are the inspiration for their final media production. These students embody the essence of the theme “Be the Movement,” as it represents their migratory movements, the movement of ideas and the movement of emotions. Thus, I Am shows us the students of the reception group A3 in a different light. Their multiple identities and colourful accents are revealed through the photo report.



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La légendaire classe du mouvement

La légendaire classe du mouvement

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  • ÉquipeTeamMihad Ali, Jameela Alshamari Chong, Chelsea Faye Austria, Owen Habimana, Tiera Soleil Jack-Barrett, Aria Layne Charles, Mia Rose Morin, Luhana Ruiz Munoz, Devin Victor Alvarado, Lé Guanghi Wang, Yoska Eyob Wolday, Menglu Zhu, Nurin Zorob
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole primaire Saint-Raymond
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire de Montréal (CSSDM)
  • RégionRegionMontréal
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention de la boîte à outils médiatiques
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN isabelle nault'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR evelyne cortes oquendo.


Theme

The Legendary Class in Motion was produced by the students of the group 3A from Saint-Raymond Elementary School. This audacious group stands out for its creativity, curiosity and courage. At each workshop, students were keen to learn about new media and always exceeded the expectations of their classroom projects. So, it is no surprise that this legendary class took on the challenge of making their own animations in just a few weeks. Animation is basically a form of motion illusion using a sequence of images, so it was easy to make the connection with the theme of the year. In addition, the students went further in their reflections on sequences of animated images. These short animations portray the movement of ideas, characters or emotions as seen by the students in group 3A.



École primaire Sans-frontière (Québec)

La revanche de Pedro Latouche

La revanche de Pedro Latouche

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  • ÉquipeTeamLaurie Boiteau, Meganne Deguise, Léa-Rose de Varennes, Antoine Desrosiers, Jade Fortin, Bless Gibbar Nijembere, Darlène Hauyalimana, Masoka Katembo, Samobegim Khodayar, Samuel Lévesque, Yessine Naceux, Sifa Niyonizigiye, Matthew Noel, Félix Sylvain, Zackary Tardif-Blanchet, Gabrielle Tremblay
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole primaire Sans-frontière (Québec)
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire de la Capitale (CSSC)
  • RégionRegionCapitale-Nationale
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention de la boîte à outils médiatiques
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN sonia côté'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR alysson forgues.


École Saint-Jean-de-Matha

La forêt des esprits

La forêt des esprits

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  • ÉquipeTeamBetty Amba, Éliot Chénier, Naema Elsankari, Hardy Huang, Ajla Kliti, Victor Liu, Clara Ma, Daniel Ola, Shammah Potter, Wassim Rahimi, Kablan Samia, Juliette Sarrazin, Yuhan Wang, Mathis Warleau, Anna Yenba, Aleks Zhmud
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole Saint-Jean-de-Matha
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire de Montréal (CSSDM)
  • RégionRegionMontréal
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention de la vision d'ensemble
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN anne-marie beaudoin'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR rené baker.


Theme

This fourth-grade group is made up of fifteen extremely curious students. Coming from various cultural backgrounds, students made the decision to undertake a short film project. This medium seemed to be one in which they could all relate. Their fascination with the horror genre confirmed this approach for their film. This allowed them to execute some tricks that they thought would be fun. Early on, the group was intrigued by ways to make it appear as if an invisible entity was present and moving on the screen. Through some sound design techniques, the group was able to represent invisible moving beings in the film using sound. The use of subjective camera was also decided early on, finding that it was a good way to put the viewer in the shoes of the moving beings, without ever seeing them.


La guerre de la santé

La guerre de la santé

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  • ÉquipeTeamFares Boualbani, Asia Boukacem, Samuel Chênevert-Savoie, Youssouf Gbahe, Amélia Gauthier, Liam Jamaleddin, Niko Lemieux, Kesley Murjo, Charlély Parent-Racette, Gabriel Plourde, Winston Sun, Emma Xhafkollari, Xinyuan Tao, Chodavarapu Yashvita Yelena, Zi Qian David Zhao
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole Saint-Jean-de-Matha
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire de Montréal (CSSDM)
  • RégionRegionMontréal
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention de l'imagination débordante
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN daniel phaneuf'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR rené baker.


Theme

This fourth-grade group is made up of fifteen dynamic and creative students. Coming from various cultural backgrounds, students share a common situation, namely the confinement and limitations of movement. They decided to undertake a short film project based on this idea. The group, understanding that the source of this limitation of movement is COVID-19, decided to make a mix of a war film and a horror film. The monsters in the film are similar to zombies since, according to the students, the COVID is transmitted like a virus that creates zombies. Furthermore, the COVID-19 makes us weak in addition to preventing our movement. The locations chosen were a classroom that serves as a containment bunker, and combat training bunker, and a hallway whose narrowness forces a confrontation between the hero doctor and zombies. The idea was to fight in a context of limited movement.



École Saint-Paul

TVBB

TVBB

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  • ÉquipeTeamDilan Boilard, Aiden Boulet-Dostie, Fanie Caouette, Olivier Chamberland, Malek Coulombe, Lily-Rose Dumais, Matt Flageole-Langlois, Virginie Lemieux, Magali Morin, Katia Paré-Houle, Francis Pelchat, Noah Petit, Jeff Renière, Céleste St-Pierre
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole Saint-Paul
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire Harricana
  • RégionRegionAbitibi-Témiscamingue
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention de l'équipe soudée
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN véronique magny'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR maxime périgny.


École St-Isidore

Super Chien

Super Chien

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  • ÉquipeTeamMaly-Èva Bilodeau, Hayden Brouillard Fraser, Koraly Côté, Rosalie Dubois, Romain Gélinas, Isaak Jacques, Maéva Lacroix, Loïk Lambert, Maïthé Lecompte, Gabriel Lefebvre, Anaève Mayer, Ély-Rose Neveu, Nathan Perreault, Émilie Rocheleau
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole St-Isidore
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire du Lac-Témiscamingue
  • RégionRegionAbitibi-Témiscamingue
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention de l'imagination débordante
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN isabelle barrette'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR louise lavictoire.


Les boomzies

Les boomzies

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  • ÉquipeTeamVincent Arpin, Mégane Audet, Amélia Barrette, Nicolas Bergeron, Judy Champagne, Zoé Côté, Ludovick Fillion, Aurély Guérin-Rondeau, Élodie Jacques, Jordane Lambert, Mathilde Lefebvre, Vincent Lemire, Naémie Neveu, Yourik Poitras
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole St-Isidore
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire du Lac-Témiscamingue
  • RégionRegionAbitibi-Témiscamingue
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention de l'équipe soudée
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN suzanne champion'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR louise lavictoire.


Vox pop des petits jeunes de St-Isidore

Vox pop des petits jeunes de St-Isidore

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  • ÉquipeTeamOlivier Beaulne, Thomas Bergeron, Jimmy Dénommé, Sarah-May Fleury, Kassey Gauthier, Laura Gauthier, Annabelle Girard, Louis-Charles Goupil, Maïka Lefloïc, Mahïna Lepage-Falardeau, Danoïc Millette, Éli Patenaude, Élyssa St-Arnaud, Sélyka St-Onge Boucher
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole St-Isidore
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire du Lac-Témiscamingue
  • RégionRegionAbitibi-Témiscamingue
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention du message éclairé
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN manon paquin'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR LOUISE LAVICTOIRE.


L'amoureuse secrète de Martin

L'amoureuse secrète de Martin

1
  • ÉquipeTeamKeyra Andres Brassard, Élodie Audet, Yzak Bilodeau, Mia Brouillard, Renaud Cotten, Jacob Fortin, Anaël Gironne, Sidney Goulet Héroux, Olivier Lupien, Jacob Pichette, Félix Roy, Lorie Venne
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole St-Isidore
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire du Lac-Témiscamingue
  • RégionRegionAbitibi-Témiscamingue
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention de la boîte à outils médiatiques
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN olivier gingras'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR LOUISE LAVICTOIRE.


Vox Questions

Vox Questions

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  • ÉquipeTeamCoralie Barrette, Elliot Bastien, Avery Bergeron, Arthur Bérubé, Youhan Blais, Léwis Descôteaux, Magalie Falardeau, Eli-Anne Fournier, Malik Giroux, Daphnée Lefloïc, Nathan Lepage Falardeau, Diego Peluso, Travis Perreault, Lauralie St-Arnaud, Maïna Viger
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole St-Isidore
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire du Lac-Témiscamingue
  • RégionRegionAbitibi-Témiscamingue
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention de l'ouverture sur le monde
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN olivier gingras'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR LOUISE LAVICTOIRE.


L'année du poisson

L'année du poisson

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  • ÉquipeTeamMaélie Bélanger, Coraly Bolduc, William Boucher, Raphael Breton, Caleb Gélinas, Nathan Gironne, Xavier Guilbault, Solen Juneau-Roch, Jura Krizmancic, Éliana Lambert, Mahélie Lecompte, Charlie Lupien, Laurence Lycke, Aurélie Marleau, Malyc Millette, Lorie Paquin, Anthony Rannou, Billy Renaud, Olivier Roy
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole St-Isidore
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire du Lac-Témiscamingue
  • RégionRegionAbitibi-Témiscamingue
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN stéphanie plourde'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR LOUISE LAVICTOIRE.


La vieille maison qui s'ennuie

La vieille maison qui s'ennuie

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  • ÉquipeTeamMaly-Èva Bilodeau, Hayden Brouillard Fraser, Koraly Côté, Rosalie Dubois, Romain Gélinas, Isaak Jacques, Maéva Lacroix,, Loïk Lambert, Maïthé Lecompte, Gabriel Lefebvre, Anaève Mayer, Ély-Rose Neveu, Nathan Perreault, Émilie Rocheleau
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole St-Isidore
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire du Lac-Témiscamingue
  • RégionRegionAbitibi-Témiscamingue
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention de l'imagination débordante
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN isabelle barrette'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR louise lavictoire.


L'évasion de Caillette

L'évasion de Caillette

1
  • ÉquipeTeamKeyra Andres Brassard, Élodie Audet, Yzak Bilodeau, Mia Brouillard, Renaud Cotten, Jacob Fortin, Anaël Gironne, Sidney Goulet Héroux, Olivier Lupien, Jacob Pichette, Félix Roy, Lorie Venne
  • ÉcoleSchoolÉcole St-Isidore
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire du Lac-Témiscamingue
  • RégionRegionAbitibi-Témiscamingue
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN olivier gingras'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR louise lavictoire.


Victor-Rousselot

Déracinés

Déracinés

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  • ÉquipeTeamAbdulaziz Abdullah Ali Al-Emad, Lyan Abdullah Ali Al-Emad, Zihan Huang, Ange-Kelsy Iteriteka, Arantza Miranda De Diego, Nam Thanh Thai, Iurii Tkachenko
  • ÉcoleSchoolVictor-Rousselot
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire de Montréal (CSSDM)
  • RégionRegionMontréal
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention de l'ouverture sur le monde
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN entela lushi'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR camille perrin-ridgway.


Theme

At the heart of Victor-Rousselot Elementary School is a small class of students coming from all over the world. Uprooted and just landed in Montréal, these students had to quickly adapt to our French culture and a brand new school routine. Following their instincts and preferences for visual media, the class A56 was inspired by the theme “Be the Movement” to produce a short report describing the path they took to come face to face with Youth Fusion.

Téléjournal sportif

Téléjournal sportif

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  • ÉquipeTeamLaurence Baraby, Amine Mohamed Bassiri, Jeanne Bellehumeur, Binta-Taran Diallo, Ousmane Boumbia, Milad Eter, Fatuma Etoka, Gabriel Gauthier,, Egan Gutierrez, Rebecca Joseph, Saïda Kamil, Dayanna Plante Pierre, Alexis Richard, Davante Row, Krishang Shanmugavelu, Tantihana Exoce Therese, Tesnime Benathmane
  • ÉcoleSchoolVictor-Rousselot
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCentre de services scolaire de Montréal (CSSDM)
  • RégionRegionMontréal
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
  • Mention de l'équipe soudée
A PROJECT PROUDLY COMPLETED BY STUDENTS IN marie-laure martial'S CLASS, ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PROJECT COORDINATOR camille perrin-ridgway.


Theme

When parks are closed and education classes are cancelled, how do you stay healthy? A question that has been asked often this past year. According to the students at Victor-Rousselot, all it takes is a little bit of interpersonal skills. Following their instincts and preferences for visual media, the class 351 of the Victor-Rousselot Elementary School was inspired by the theme “Be the Movement” to produce a newscast depicting the various ways they choose to stay in motion during the pandemic.


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