Big Read Competition 2013 Winner Announcement
Thank you to all students, teachers, and institutions for participating in the Oxford Big Read Competition 2013. We received a large number of fantastic entries and our judges had a difficult time choosing the winners.

We are pleased to announce that the following items have been selected as the national winners of the Big Read Competition 2013. Congratulations to Hiromi Takahashi and Yuka Kono!
 
Junior - Senior High School    

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College/University    

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Name: Hiromi Takahashi
School: Kudan Secondary School
Teacher's name: Toru Taguchi
Book Read: A Christmas Carol (Oxford Bookworms Library Stage 3)
Name: Yuka Kono
School: Hiroshima Bunkyo Women's University
Teacher's name: Jacob Lawrence
Book Read: Sherlock Holmes: The Emerald Crown (Dominoes Stage 1)


Honorable Mentions
We received several wonderfully illustrated and written items from students all over Japan. Unfortunately we were unable to give prizes to all students. However, we would like to acknowledge some of the top items we received with an honorable mention. (Click each image to enlarge.)




 What is Oxford Big Read Competition?


Looking for new graded readers for your students?
Oxford Bookworms offers a huge choice of carefully graded titles to engage every interest at every level from beginner to advanced. Choose from modern fiction, adaptations of classics, playscripts, factual texts and short stories from around the world.
 Oxford Bookworms Library


Oxford Read and Discover is a four-level series of non-fiction readers which provides cross curricular/ CLIL* content with activities, project work and stunning full-color photographs. *CLIL(Content and Language Integrated Learning)
 Oxford Read and Discover


If you need lively supplementary reading material, take a look at Oxford Dominoes - the readers series with integrated activities, ideal for individual study or for reading practice in class.
 Dominoes
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