FOR YOUR POSTCARD:
- Find a picture reflective of any travel aspect of your country. This might be an outdoor spot, food (approved by Sra. first), art, etc. Make sure to use a picture specifically indicative of your country!
- Be sure to make note what the picture is of - you will need to document that information on the back side of your postcard.
- Copy the picture to the top half of a word document. This way, if I were to print it, I could simply fold it in half and have your postcard.
- On the bottom half of your postcard, set the paper up to have two columns.
- On that bottom half, you will have the left side column available to write your message. The right side you will write the address for your recipient. This can be a family member, a friend, a sweetheart, or even your Spanish teacher!
- At the bottom left corner of the blank side you will also include the information describing your picture. You can simply type the information by hand, but use a small font so that you will have enough room.
- You will address your card as though you were sending it to a Spanish-speaking country. Be careful, their address layout is different than ours (USA).
- Next you will write a four (4) sentence postcard message to your recipient. It must include references to places in your country as though you were visiting there. You must reference locations with their actual names, not just "the museum", "the arena", the park".
- You will prepare your postcard in Microsoft Word or Google Drive and submit it for grade through your Google Classroom account.
FOR YOUR BROCHURE:
- You will research your country's touristy spots.
- The brochure that you will make will contain photos and information describing your country.
- You will gather written information as well as photographs.
- Organize your information and pictures into a travel brochure.
- Carefully arrange the descriptions and photos that they describe together.
- You can use Google Docs or Google Slides (I think Slides would be easier) to construct your brochure.
- Remember that you will construct an outside and inside to the brochure.
- As with your Postcard, you will submit your brochure for grade through your Google Classroom account. I do not want hard copies.
**Photos and descriptions of restaurants do not qualify!
Be sure to use a variety of tourist sites and possible activities that are available in your country.
Do not limit yourself to just beaches, just museums, or just athletic arenas. Your country indeed has a plethora of interesting aspects that draw tourists to visit!