Planning a Trip
Now you are all ready to start planning your group trip. Split up into small groups of 4 people and work out a plan for your trip.
The group will have to create a presentation in Google drive containing a maximum of 7 slides, each of them containing visual support for every aspect of your trip: transport, accomodation, food, equipment, activities, budget, …
The features of your trip are:
1. Name of the trip: Choose a catchy slogan for your trip. What makes your trip interesting and unique?
2. Team: Introduce the members of your travel adventure. What makes them special? What are their strong points? What will they be responsible for?
3. Destination: Why? What makes that destination attractive? (We have chosen to…)
You must visit three different destinations in three different continents
4. Length of the trip: Be realistic and think of concrete dates. (We’ll leave on the… )
Your trip should not last more than three weeks
5. Means of transport: Your trip should include at least 3 different means of transport.
Why have you chosen them? (We’ll travel/we’ll be travelling)
6. Equipment:will you need any special equipment ?
7. Accommodation /food: You must plan in advance. What kind of accomodation you will be staying in; hotel, campsite, bungalow, … Are there any typical dishes you would like to try?
8. Activities: You must decide on at least one activity to do in each destination. You can include visits (museums, landmarks, monuments, …); excursions (to places of interest, hikes, …), sport or recreational activities (scuba diving, sailing, parachuting, …)
9. Budget: Make an estimate of the money you will need per person/per day. You must split your budget into travelling expenses, accomodation, cost of activities and others (food, …).
10. Sources: What are the sources you used to plan your trip?
11. Postcard: Don’t forget to include a final slide with a postcard for your classmates!!!!!!!
You can learn about writing postcards in the next post click HERE
There’s several websites that will help you:
Tips to make the oral presentation attractive:
• Power point slides are meant to provide visual support. You can include a short video, a
map, photos, charts
• Only important data should be included in the slides.
• You must not read.
• Be enthusiastic. Trap your audience attention.
• Only include images and information you can explain and identify.
• Speakers must use the power point images, charts, videos to support what they are saying.