In order to attract people to a country, people create travel brochures. Travel brochures are intended to inform you of a country's "highlights." They hope that you will decide to come and visit their country after reading a travel brochure.
You will be in a group of four and together you will create a travel brochure on either China or Japan. We will spend the next week in class working on this brochure. Your finished project must contain the following:
After your group has created the brochure, you will present the poster. Your presentation must include all of the following information:
Travel Brochure Project Rubric
Your travel brochure is worth 75 points. 25 points are for the brochure itself, 25 points are for your presentation, and 25 are for the one page report due by each person in the group.
You will be evaluated on how well you design and use your brochure. Your finished visual should show me how thoroughly you researched your country.
It should be evident that you are well-prepared to present your project to the class. This includes having researched it beforehand. You will be evaluated on your speaking skills, group participation, and use of visual aids.
Your one-page reflective paper should give me a clear view of what you learned by doing this project. You should combine facts that you now know that would make your chosen country an interesting place to visit, as well as giving me your own personal reasons why it would be an interesting place to go.
Total points brochure:
_____ X 5 = _____/ 25
2, 7, 8, 9, 12
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