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IDEAL PLACE TO LIVE:
    CHICAGO                     (in the summer)
   GUS E TURNER, MPH (IES COSTA I LLOBERA)
INTRODUCTION: Start with a Google Earth “flight” from Costa I
Llobera in Barcelona to Chicago, IL. USA (then switch to sli...
Lakefront
Parks
Step 1: items and characteristics (WHITE PAGE)
(you need between 15-20 ITEMS including the 2 special items along
with desc...
TWO SPECIAL ITEMS
           1.GARBAGE BIN
           2.SOLAR PANELED
           WINDMILLS
NOW, A DESCRIPTION OF THE TWO SPECIAL ITEMS YOU ARE TO
CREATE AS PART OF YOUR IDEAL PLACE IN STEP 1....

1.GARBAGE COLLECT...
city sketch
STEP 1

THIS IS THE INITIAL SKETCH I MADE, REMEMBER YOU EACH
WILL CREATE AN INITAL (1ST) DRAFT IN STEP 1. FROM THIS, I
MAD...
THIS IS THE EVALUATION FORM YOU WILL FILL OUT REGARDING
 YOUR WORK AND THE PROJECT AT THE END OF EACH STEP.

         MAKE...
STEP 2 – FINAL DRAFT MAP
Continue with the description of the project and the ideal place to live.
Explain the reason I am...
Way of Life
•    Employment
•    Transportation
•    Architecture
•    Food
•    Leisure activities
Step 2 CONTINUATION…
SHORT HISTORY OF CHICAGO (recap items discussed in step 1 such as
Water Tower, 1871, etc…)

BEFORE DI...
ITINERARY
Day 1
•  Sears Tower
•  Morning Architectural Bus Tour
•  Lunch and Chicago Cubs baseball game
Day 2
•  Natural ...
STEP 3 - ITINERARY
2 DAY CITY TOUR
DAY 1
1.Start the day at the Sears Tower, see the entire city you are about to explore ...
BROCHURE
                     The architeture in
                     Chicago, both old and
CHICAGO: THE IDEAL   new, is i...
STEP 4 & 5 - BROCHURE
            Talk about design, form, content
                      Write notes
                     ...
BROCHURE
The city has world class   Sports are a very large
museums and educational    part of city life in
facilities.   ...
STEP 4 & 5

             Talk about design, form, content
                       Write notes
                      Draw fi...
BROCHURE
                            Day 1
Food is very important to
                            • Sears Tower
        the...
STEP 4 & 5

            Talk about design, form, content
                      Write notes
                     Draw first...
THE END
ASK STUDENTS IF THEY HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, THEN
   DESCRIBE THE VARIOUS PICTURES IN CLOCKWISE ORDER
                        ...
WEBSITES
•  TO CREATE YOUR OWN CITY
http://www.citycreator.com/
•  CITY FACTS, INFO, QUIZZES
http://www.aviewoncities.com/...
Now, you can recreate the Ideal Place assignment at home with this
webquest. The links to the various websites will let yo...
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  1. 1. IDEAL PLACE TO LIVE: CHICAGO (in the summer) GUS E TURNER, MPH (IES COSTA I LLOBERA)
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION: Start with a Google Earth “flight” from Costa I Llobera in Barcelona to Chicago, IL. USA (then switch to slides) THIS IS AN AERIAL VIEW OF THE SKYLINE LOOKING SOUTHWEST. IN THE FOREGROUND THERE´S OAK STREET BEACH AND LAKE SHORE DRIVE. THE LARGE BLACK SKYSCRAPER IS THE JOHN HANCOCK BUILDING. THE BLACK SKYSCRAPER TO THE LEFT OF THE HANCOCK IN THE BACKGROUND IS THE SEARS TOWER WHICH WAS THE WORLDEST TALLEST BUILING FOR 25 YEARS AND IS STILL THE TALLEST BUILDING IN THE US. DESCRIBE OUR IDEAL PLACE, READ THE TASK AND PROCESS PAGE VERBATIM AND GO TO SLIDE 2 MAP, ITINERARY, BROCHURE
  3. 3. Lakefront Parks
  4. 4. Step 1: items and characteristics (WHITE PAGE) (you need between 15-20 ITEMS including the 2 special items along with descriptions) What will they be like, how many, list names and numbers Lake Michigan-lakefront =2 The Loop (city center)=1 Sport Venues (Wrigley Field, United Center, Soldier Field)=3 Iconic buildings such as the…. Water Tower (1871, The Great Chicago Fire) Sears Tower, Hancock, etc… (skyscrapers) =3 Art Institute, Field Museum (museums) =2 or 3 Transport (CTA, Metro, etc. buses and trains) = 3 Universities/Hospitals (UIC, U of C, Northwestern) =3 Parks (Grant, Mil, Lincoln) =3 Food/Restaurants (Chicago style hot dog and pizza, McDonalds) =3 Natural resources (harbor system, Chicago river, Lincoln Park Zoo, etc…) =3
  5. 5. TWO SPECIAL ITEMS 1.GARBAGE BIN 2.SOLAR PANELED WINDMILLS
  6. 6. NOW, A DESCRIPTION OF THE TWO SPECIAL ITEMS YOU ARE TO CREATE AS PART OF YOUR IDEAL PLACE IN STEP 1.... 1.GARBAGE COLLECTION - ENERGY PRODUCTION All the city garbage/trash collection bins will be connected to city lights. The devices will convert the waste into energy that will power the city lights when they are turned on. Additional energy captured will be stored and used for future energy needs. 2.SOLAR-PANELLED WIND MILLS - ENERGY PRODUCTION Wind mills placed throughout the city will be equipped with solar panels. The city will be obtaining energy from both the wind and the sun. The energy produced in these mills that are on various city buildings will power the energy needs of the buildings such as lighting, climate control, etc. As with the collection bins, additional energy captured will be stored and used for future energy needs.
  7. 7. city sketch
  8. 8. STEP 1 THIS IS THE INITIAL SKETCH I MADE, REMEMBER YOU EACH WILL CREATE AN INITAL (1ST) DRAFT IN STEP 1. FROM THIS, I MADE THE DECISION TO USE THE TRANSIT MAP AND OVERLAY IT WITH THE ITEMS AND CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CITY. IT WILL BE IN GREATER DETAIL AND SHOW THE SIZE OF THE CITY AND THE LOCATION OF THE VARIOUS ITEMS WITHIN THE CITY.
  9. 9. THIS IS THE EVALUATION FORM YOU WILL FILL OUT REGARDING YOUR WORK AND THE PROJECT AT THE END OF EACH STEP. MAKE CERTAIN TO HAND THIS IN TO ME!!!!
  10. 10. STEP 2 – FINAL DRAFT MAP Continue with the description of the project and the ideal place to live. Explain the reason I am using a real city like Chicago instead of creating one like the project is to show the students where I am from. I will still follow the project guidelines, however I will use real places, etc. to show you items and characteristics of my city in more detail. I will use this transit map as my map, identifying major items and characteristics on it, then adding additional items and characteristics to it such as…. GO TO NEXT SLIDE TO DESCRIBE WAY OF LIFE IN MY CITY, CHICAGO
  11. 11. Way of Life •  Employment •  Transportation •  Architecture •  Food •  Leisure activities
  12. 12. Step 2 CONTINUATION… SHORT HISTORY OF CHICAGO (recap items discussed in step 1 such as Water Tower, 1871, etc…) BEFORE DISCUSSING WAY OF LIFE…. Jobs-Industry in Chicago (Education, Government, Health Care, Manufacturing, Technical, Service) There are 30 US and 12 Global Fortune 500 companies based in Chicago such as McDonalds and Boeing, not to mention 98 corporate headquarters. Transportation- public transport such as buses and trains. The EL, expressways, streets, avenues, boulevards, air travel. Architecture/Shelter-tours. Sears Tower, Hancock, Aon Center, Prudential Building, Marshal Fields, Carson Pierre Scott. Sullivan, Van Der Rhoe, FL Wright, Water Tower, Marina Towers, Leo Burnett Building FOOD-hot dogs, pizza, meat and potatoes, McDonalds Leisure activities- Depends on when you come to Chicago, describe the many options during summer in the city. Taste of Chicago, street fests, air & water show, etc. Baseball games, walking tours, movies in the park, summer dance, etc…
  13. 13. ITINERARY Day 1 •  Sears Tower •  Morning Architectural Bus Tour •  Lunch and Chicago Cubs baseball game Day 2 •  Natural resources (Parks, Lakefront) •  Afternoon Architectural Boat Tour •  Sunset dinner on 95th at the Hancock
  14. 14. STEP 3 - ITINERARY 2 DAY CITY TOUR DAY 1 1.Start the day at the Sears Tower, see the entire city you are about to explore from above. 2.Board the bus to begin the morning architectural tour that focuses on the history and all the major buildings in Chicago that are not on the Chicago river. Those on the river that will be looked on the boat tour during day two activities. This includes: Board of Trade, Aon Center, Sullivan buildings, Art Institute, Sport Venues, Universities, etc. 3.Bus tour ends at Wrigley Field where you will attend a Chicago Cubs baseball game and have a typical lunch of Chicago –style hotdogs, peanuts and beer. 4. Day 1 is over once the game ends, optional activities include the theater, opera, movie in the park, etc. However, the evening is free and open to do what you want. Day 2 1.Spend the first half of the day exploring the city's natural wonders such as the various parks and gardens. 2.Have lunch at Gino’s East for Chicago-style pizza. Then explore the remaining architectural gems via the Chicago river and lakefront, also view the world’s largest harbor system. 3.Tour ends at the Water Tower, from there, go to the Hancock and have a sunset dinner on the 95th floor watching the lights come up as the sun goes down. 4. Day 2 tour ends after dinner, optional activities include museums, shopping, etc...
  15. 15. BROCHURE The architeture in Chicago, both old and CHICAGO: THE IDEAL new, is iconic. PLACE TO LIVE
  16. 16. STEP 4 & 5 - BROCHURE Talk about design, form, content Write notes Draw first draft Create final brochure COVER PAGE CHICAGO: THE IDEAL PLACE TO LIVE PHOTO PAGE 2 THE ARCHITECTURE IN CHICAGO, BOTH OLD AND NEW, IS ICONIC PHOTO
  17. 17. BROCHURE The city has world class Sports are a very large museums and educational part of city life in facilities. Chicago.
  18. 18. STEP 4 & 5 Talk about design, form, content Write notes Draw first draft Create final brochure PAGE 3 THE CITY HAS WORLD CLASS MUSEUMS AND EDUCATIONAL FACTILITIES PHOTO PAGE 4 SPORTS ARE A VERY LARGE PART OF CITY LIFE IN CHICAGO PHOTO
  19. 19. BROCHURE Day 1 Food is very important to • Sears Tower the identity of Morning Architecture Bus Tour Chicago Lunch and Chicago Cubs baseball game Day 2 • Natural resources (Parks, Lakefront) • Afternoon Architecture Boat Tour • Sunset dinner on 95th at the Hancock
  20. 20. STEP 4 & 5 Talk about design, form, content Write notes Draw first draft Create final brochure PAGE 5 FOOD IS VERY IMPORTANT TO THE IDENTITY OF CHICAGO PHOTO BACK COVER ITINERARY PHOTO
  21. 21. THE END
  22. 22. ASK STUDENTS IF THEY HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, THEN DESCRIBE THE VARIOUS PICTURES IN CLOCKWISE ORDER -”THE BEAN” BUCKINGHAM FOUNTAIN -AERIAL VIEW OF THE CITY -TYPICAL CITY INTERSECTION OF 3 MAJOR ROADS (NORTH AVE, MILWAUKEE AVE, DAMEN AVE) -CHICAGO FIRE FOOTBALL TEAM MEMBER -CHICAGO FIRE GAME AT SOLDIER FIELD (THEY ALSO PLAY AMERICAN FOOTBALL HERE, BEARS) -VIEW FROM BOAT ON CHICAGO RIVER AT NIGHT -CHICAGO THEATER -NEIGHBORHOOD MAP (DESCRIBE CHICAGO AS A CITY OF NEIGHBORHOODS) -CHICAGO SKYLINE AT NIGHT, SEARS TOWER ON THE LEFT, AON CENTER ON THE RIGHT. RECAP THE TASK, PROCESS AND 5 STEPS FOR THE IDEAL PLACE PROJECT.
  23. 23. WEBSITES •  TO CREATE YOUR OWN CITY http://www.citycreator.com/ •  CITY FACTS, INFO, QUIZZES http://www.aviewoncities.com/_cityfacts.htm •  PHOTOS OF ITEMS &CHARACTERISTICS http://images.google.es/imghp?hl=ca&tab=wi
  24. 24. Now, you can recreate the Ideal Place assignment at home with this webquest. The links to the various websites will let you complete each task and step. There are slight variations to accommodate the online version of this project. Enjoy and have fun!!!
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