Travel Brochure Project Sharpschool

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World Geography
21 Century Skills:
* Research and analyze information that relates to country
*Written Communication
*Oral Communication
*Content Literacy
*Critical Thinking
*Work Ethic
*Create a unique visual product
- Students will research a country outside of the United States
- Students will gain research skills by researching their country
- Students will gain experience in presenting and talking in front of
crowds by presenting their brochures in front of the class
- Students will foster their persuasive skills by attempting to persuade
their classmates to vacation in the country they research
Research Component/Project Requirements-Using the Internet and
MSWord, you will:
 Research a country outside of the United States
 Information required: Description of country
o Climate, Major cities, Population, Major land masses
(mountains, rivers, rainforests etc.), groups of people, Food,
traditions, anything else interesting that you may find
 Find information on at least 5 places to see or things to do for
entertainment/sight seeing in that country that a visitor would enjoy
 Find either a travel package to that destination or research the
costs of airfare and hotel
 Include a map of the country and the city of interest
 Include least three pictures of your country(obtained from the
 You should find out as much as you can about your country
o You are to become like experts on your country to be able to
persuade your fellow classmates to vacation in your country
 Prepare a Tri-fold brochure with the travel information
 Correct spelling and grammar usage
 Professionl appearance in design and layout
Resources for creating a brochure
To Set Up Tri-Fold Brochure Using MS Publisher:
 Open Publisher
 Click on “Publication for Print”
 Select “Brochure”
 Choose the informational template
 Begin changing the template to fit your needs
To Set Up Tri-Fold Brochure Using MS Word:
 Click on “File”
 Go down to “Page Set up”
 Go over to the “Paper Size tab”
 In the “Orientation” box, switch to “Landscape”
 Go back to the “Margins” tab and change the margins to:
o Top and bottom margins to .5
o Left and right margins to .3
 Click “OK”
 Go to the “Format” button
 Click on “Columns”
 Under “Presets” choose “three”
 Hit “OK”
To Obtain Text or Images From the Internet:
 Find the image you want, point to it, right click the mouse, and
select Save Image As..

 Save the image to your disk in the proper format-- A:picture
 If you find an article to use, you may either highlight the text you
want and use Edit, Copy to copy and Edit, Paste in your word
processing program to paste OR
 From the webpage with the information you want, go to File, Save

 Save the file on your disk with the extension TXT-- A:webpage.txt
 You can open the file later in your word processing program and
copy and paste then
 Remember to write down the internet address of the web site where
you obtain information for the project
Travel Brochure
Student Name: ________________________________________
CATEGORY 4 3 2 1
Writing - There are no There are no There are 1-2 There are several
Grammar grammatical grammatical grammatical grammatical
mistakes in the mistakes in the mistakes in the mistakes in the
brochure. brochure after brochure even after brochure even after
feedback from an feedback from an feedback from an
adult. adult. adult

Writing - Each section in the Almost all sections Most sections of the Less than half of the
Organization brochure has a clear of the brochure brochure have a sections of the
beginning, middle, have a clear clear beginning, brochure have a
and end. beginning, middle middle and end. clear beginning,
and end. middle and end

Content - All facts in the 99-90% of the facts 89-80% of the facts Fewer than 80% of
Accuracy brochure are in the brochure are in the brochure are the facts in the
accurate. accurate. accurate. brochure are

Attractiveness & The brochure has The brochure has The brochure has The brochure's
Organization exceptionally attractive formatting well-organized formatting and
attractive formatting and well-organized information. organization of
and well-organized information. material are
information. confusing to the

Graphics/Pictures Graphics go well Graphics go well Graphics go well Graphics do not go
with the text and with the text, but with the text, but with the
there is a good mix there are so many there are too few accompanying text
of text and graphics. that they distract and the brochure or appear to be
from the text. seems "text-heavy". randomly chosen

All requirements All requirements All but 1 2 or 3 requirements less than 3
met were met requirement was were not met requirements met
Spelling & No spelling errors No more than 1 No more than 3 Several spelling
Proofreading remain after one spelling error spelling errors errors in the
person other than remains after one remain after one brochure

the typist reads and person other than person other than
corrects the the typist reads and the typist reads and
brochure. corrects the corrects the
brochure. brochure

Oral Presentation Interesting, well- Relatively Delivery not smooth, Delivery not smooth
rehearsed with interesting, but able to hold and audience
smooth delivery that rehearsed with a audience attention attention lost

holds audience fairly smooth most of the time

attention. delivery that usually
holds audience

Brochure have a clear beginning, middle and end. Content - Accuracy All facts in the brochure are accurate. 99 -90% of the facts in the brochure are accurate. 89 -80% of the facts in the brochure are accurate. Fewer than 80% of the facts in the brochure are accurate. Attractiveness & Organization The brochure has exceptionally attractive formatting

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a travel brochure project?

This is a fun project activity where students create a travel brochure for a chosen (or teacher-assigned) country. This project works well because the students know exactly what information that they need and where to put it on the brochure. It makes researching so much easier for everyone!

Why choose a historical travel brochure?

It’s also fairly easy to align your brochure project with Common Core and state standards. Finally, historical travel brochure projects appeal to a wide-range of learners; they are easy to customize and differentiate as needed.

How does the brochure project support spatial thinking?

This portion of the brochure project reinforces map skills and supports spatial thinking by requiring students to visualize where cities, landmarks, and geographical features are located in relation to one another. Students will need to: