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  • 1. 2ESO
IES
Costa
i
Llobera

 
 

School
year
2009‐2010
 THE IDEAL PLACE TO LIVE R.
Benlliure
/
G.E
Turner

  • 2. 2ESO
IES
Costa
i
Llobera

 
 

School
year
2009‐2010
 THE IDEAL PLACE TO LIVE 
 TASK
 
 Working
 in
 a
 small
 group
 you
 are
 going
 to
 create
 the
 most
 fantastic
 place
for
you
to
live!

 Your
place
can
be
a
city
or
an
island,
whichever
you
prefer.
 
 
 
 PROCESS
 
 You
have
to
present
the
design
of
a
large
map
of
your
place
(it
can
 be
a
city
or
an
island).
Also,
you
have
to
create
an
itinerary
based
on
 your
ideal
place
as
a
visiting
tour,
in
order
to
show
it
to
the
rest
of
the
 groups
in
class.
 If
 you
 decide
 to
 create
 a
 city,
 you
 will
 have
 to
 draw
 some
 wide
 avenues,
 long
 and
 short
 streets
 with
 buildings,
 such
 as
 houses,
 hospitals,
 schools,
 supermarkets,
 chemists,
 shops,
 cinemas,
 theatres,
 banks,
 museums,
 churches,
 sport
 centres,
 parks
 and
 gardens,
 leisure
 centres,
and
all
type
of
buildings
and
things
that
you
are
able
to
design.
 If
 you
 decide
 to
 create
 an
 island,
 you
 will
 have
 to
 draw
 geographical
 features,
 such
 as
 mountains,
 waterfalls,
 lakes,
 valleys,
 forests,
 meadows,
rivers,
paths
and
all
type
of
characteristics
that
you
are
able
 to
design.
 You
have
to
design
a
brochure
as
if
it
was
a
tourist
guide
to
encourage
 people
 to
 visit
 your
 ideal
 place.
 Each
 member
 of
 the
 group
 will
 make
 an
oral
presentation
of
the
different
characteristics
of
this
place.
 
 Be
imaginative
and
share
your
original
ideas
with
your
partners!
 
 Go
ahead!
 R.
Benlliure
/
G.E
Turner

  • 3. 2ESO
IES
Costa
i
Llobera

 
 

School
year
2009‐2010
 
 
 STEP
1
 
 
 • Talk
and
decide
about
your
ideal
place
to
live
in.
Will
it
be
a
city
 or
an
island?
 • Decide
the
items
and
characteristics
of
your
place:
 o How
many
of
them
(between
15‐20)?
 o What
will
they
be
like?
 o Invent
or
change
two
of
the
usual
characteristics
that

will
 be
in
your
city
or
island.
These
two
items
must
be
different
 and
uncommon
from
what
we
know
 • On
 a
 white
 page
 write
 a
 list
 of
 the
 names
 and
 numbers
 of
 the
 different
 buildings,
 avenues,
 streets,
 gardens,
 parks,
 transport,
 and
so
on
for
your
city.
If
you
choose
an
island,
write
a
list
of
the
 geographical
characteristics
like
mountains,
rivers,
lakes,
valleys,
 meadows…
 • Remember
that
in
both
cases
you
have
to
invent
or
change
two
of
 the
typical
characteristics.
 • Write
 a
 short
 description
 of
 the
 two
 special
 items
 that
 you
 will
explain
in
your
oral
presentation
at
the
final
step
 • Each
person
in
the
group
draws
the
first
map­draft
of
the
place.
 Compare
your
maps
and
draw
a
final
one.
 
 
 
 Evaluate
your
work.
 
 
 
 
 
 R.
Benlliure
/
G.E
Turner

  • 4. 2ESO
IES
Costa
i
Llobera

 
 

School
year
2009‐2010
 
 
 STEP
2
 
 
 • Give
the
short
writing
you
made
on
STEP
1
to
your
teacher.
 
 • Put
four
cardboards
together
and
stick
them
to
draw
the
map
of
 your
place.
 Tip:
use
the
pencil
in
a
very
smooth
way.
 
 • What’s
the
history
of
your
place?
Write
about
a
short
text
about
 the
history
of
your
place.
 
 • Talk
about
the
way
of
life
in
your
place.
 If
 your
 place
 is
 a
 city,
 talk
 about
 the
 clothes,
 transportation,
 shopping,
jobs,
buildings,
leisure
activities,
and
whatever
you
want
to
 add.
 If
your
place
is
an
island,
talk
about
the
geographical
features
of
 the
 island,
 clothes,
 shelter,
 food,
 activities,
 and
 other
 things
 you
 want
 to
add.
 
 Remember
 that
 in
 both
 cases
 you
 have
 to
 include
 the
 two
 special
 characteristics.
 
 Write
notes
about
your
ideas.
Keep
them
because
you
will
use
them
in
 your
oral
presentation.
 
 
 
 Evaluate
your
work.
 
 
 
 
 
 R.
Benlliure
/
G.E
Turner

  • 5. 2ESO
IES
Costa
i
Llobera

 
 

School
year
2009‐2010
 
 
 
 
 
 STEP
3
 
 
 
 Give
your
notes
from
STEP
2
to
your
teacher.
 
 
 • Talk
 and
 decide
 about
 the
 itinerary
 to
 follow
 on
 your
 map
 in
 order
 to
 show
 your
 city
 or
 your
 island
 to
 a
 visitor.
 Why
 is
 this
 place
special,
fantastic
or
different?
 
 • Write
about
the
itinerary
that
you
have
to
present
in
your
oral
 presentation.
 Following
 the
 itinerary
 you
 have
 to
 describe
 the
 characteristics
 and
 important
 things
 of
 your
 ideal
 place.
 You
 have
to
tell
about
your
two
special
items
as
well.
 
 
 
 Evaluate
your
work.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 R.
Benlliure
/
G.E
Turner

  • 6. 2ESO
IES
Costa
i
Llobera

 
 

School
year
2009‐2010
 
 
 STEP
4
 
 Give
your
notes
from
STEP
3
to
your
teacher.
 
 • Talk
 about
 the
 design,
 form
 and
 content
 of
 your
 brochure.
 You
 have
 to
 prepare
 it
 for
 somebody
 who
 has
 never
 been
 in
 your
 place
and
wants
to
have
a
quick
look
at
the
main
attractions.
 
 • Write
some
notes
about
the
brochure
and
keep
them.
You
must
 follow
the
itinerary
to
visit
your
place.
So
you
must
talk
about:
 
 o Places
 o Food
 o Transportation
 o Leisure
Activities
 
 The
brochure
must
look
like
this
one:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Front
Cover:
Picture
of
the
city
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Last
Page:
Name
of
the
members
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 






of
the
group
 
 
 
 
 
 
 • Draw
the
itinerary
to
follow
on
your
map
in
order
to
show
it
to
 your
classmates.
 
 
 Evaluate
your
work
 R.
Benlliure
/
G.E
Turner

  • 7. 2ESO
IES
Costa
i
Llobera

 
 

School
year
2009‐2010
 
 
 STEP
5
 
 
 
 Give
your
notes
from
STEP
4
to
your
teacher.
 
 
 • Every
member
in
the
group
does
the
first
draft
of
the
brochure.
 
 • Share
 your
 ideas
 and
 decide
 the
 final
 design
 together.
 Do
 the
 brochure.
 
 • Prepare
and
write
the
content
of
your
oral
presentation
about
 your
special
place.
You
will
decide
what
and
how
you
are
going
 to
 explain
 it,
 but
 every
 member
 of
 the
 group
 has
 to
 know
 what
 their
part
is.
 
 
 Give
the
writing
to
your
teacher.
 
 
 Evaluate
your
work.
 R.
Benlliure
/
G.E
Turner