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Unit 11: Travel adventures

Day Seven: Presenting our travel brochures


  1. Students will present their travel brochures or itineraries to fellow classmates.
  2. Students will write a diary of one of the travelers on their trip.

Setting the Stage (5 minutes)

Students write an ACR (Action-Connection-Reflection) about their work throughout the Travel Brochure project.

Evaluation (20 minutes)

Students stand in two lines in the middle or on one side of the classroom.

Students present their travel brochure to the person standing opposite them. When Teacher hears the level of conversation dropping, Teacher signals that one row turn to face the back of the room and the other row turn to face the front. Both rows then rotate one position clockwise and then turn to face their new partner.

New pairs of students present their brochures.

This activity of presenting, turning, rotating and presenting to new partner continues until the two lines are in the place where they started.

Teacher stands at or near one end of the lines formation and listens to the presentations of the two students at the end of the two lines.

After each rotation of students, Teacher evaluates the two new students at the end of the lines who are presenting to each other.

Closure (20 minutes)

Students write a diary as if they had been a participant of the travel adventure that their brochure described. Teacher encourages them to write in complete sentences and to describe events as if they already had happened (past tenses).

Teacher gives homework assignment for the next day: each student is to bring at least 5 newspaper or magazine photos of movies and television shows.

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