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Tourism U1L2 Tour Design

  1. 1. English
for
Tourism
 U1L2

  2. 2. When
you
go
traveling…

  3. 3. Do
you
prefer…
 Group
 tour?
 or
 Inde pendent
 travel?

  4. 4. Group
Tour
 Independent
travel

  5. 5. Tour
Design

  6. 6. Designing
a
tour
  If
you
are
going
to
design
a
tour
for
your
 clients,
what
are
some
aspects/
factors
you
 may
take
into
consideration?
 Talk

  7. 7. Brainstorming



  8. 8. What
else?

  9. 9. •  Health
issues
 •  Vaccination,
infectious
diseases,
Tour
Design
 insurance,
Medicare
 •  Safety
issues
 •  Travel
alerts,
travel
warnings
,
 Travel
advice
(against
all
travel
to
…)
 (essential
travel
only
to…)
 •  Safety
&
Security
(Crime,
terrorism,
 political
situation,
road
travel…
)
 •  Visa
(visa‐exemption,
landing
visa)


  10. 10. Travel
Alerts
  
issued
by
Bureau
of
Consular
Affairs,
Ministry
 of
Foreign
Affairs,
Taiwan
 Against
all
travel
to
 Essential
travel
only
to
 these
 destinations
 Travel
with
caution
and
 reconsider
your
need
to
travel
to

 Travel
with
caution
http://www.boca.gov.tw/lp.asp?ctNode=293&CtUnit=32&BaseDSD=13&mp=1

  11. 11. Stay
informed
about
current
 conditions
or
travel
alerts…
  smarttraveller.gov.au

Travel
advice,
Australia
  Travel
advice
by
country
UK
  Travel.state.gov
USA
  
Taiwan
  apan
  Travel
Safety
Hub
 ordnomads.com

  12. 12. Interests
 Adventure
 Beaches
&
Sun
 Casino
 Family
Fun
 History
&
Culture
 Romance
 Shopping
 Skiing
 Spa

  13. 13. Hokkaido Japan
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f8AQTKSncYQ

  14. 14. ↖ 
 okkaido
 
 Tohoku
 
 Kansai 
 ↘
 Kanto
 hukoku 
 ↖ 
 Chubu
 
 ↖ 
Shikoku
Kyushu

  15. 15. Facts
about
Hokkaido
  Capital:
Sapporo
  Region:
Hokkaido
  Island:
Hokkaido
  Area:
83,
453.57
km2



(km2

Square
Kilometer)
  Population:
5,583,072
  Events
in
Hokkaido

  16. 16.   population
  populated
(a.)
 e.g.
Taiwan
is
the
fifteenth
most
densely
 populated
country
in
the
world.
  density:
the
quantity
of
people
in
a
given
 area
or
space


  17. 17. Snow
Festival
  Music,
Film,
Arts,
Rock,…
  Week‐long,
moth‐long
  One‐day,
three‐day
 festival
  Annual,
biennial

  18. 18. Seasonal
information
 http://www.visit‐hokkaido.jp/kisetu/

  19. 19. Reading

(p.1‐4)
 must‐see
  must‐eat
  must‐do
  must‐visit
  must‐read
  must‐try

  20. 20. About
the
6‐day
summer
tour
 Highlights
 •  Scenery
Spots
 •  Special
activities
 •  Accommodations
 •  Foods

  21. 21. p.2
  panoramic
view:
a
panoramic
view
allows
you
 to
see
a
large
area
of
land
or
water
around
you
  breathtaking:
astonishing,
impressive
  authentic:
traditional
or
original,
or
very
 similar
to
this
  complimentary:
given
or
supplied
free
of
 charge

  bouquet:
a
collection
of
flowers,
cut
and
tied
 together
in
an
attractive
way

  22. 22. Day
1
  Taoyuan
‐‐‐
Sapporo
  Historic
Village
of
Hokkaido
  Sapporo
Beer
Museum
 (the
birthplace
of
beer
in
Japan)

  23. 23. Day
1
  assemble:
(v.)
get
people
together
 
make
by
putting
things
together
 e.g.
assembly
line
  
sample:

 (v.)
try
the
qualities
of
food
or
drink
by
tasting
it
 (n.)
a
small
amount
of
a
product
that
is
given
to
 people
to
try
  brew:
make
(beer)
by
soaking,
boiling,
and
 fermentation



  24. 24. Day
2
  White
Chocolate
 Factory
  Lavender
fields
in
 Furano
  Tomita
Farm

 http://www.farm‐ tomita.co.jp/en/see/ index.html
  Sounkyo 

  25. 25. Day
3
  Sounkyo

  Asahikawa
( )

  26. 26. Day
3
  proceed:
move
ahead
  situate:
locate
  preserve:
to
take
care
of
a
place
or
building
in
 order
to
prevent
it
from
being
harmed
or
 destroyed
 e.g.
beautifully/
carefully/
perfectly
preserved
 Chair
lift


  27. 27. Day
4
  Shiraoi
Ainu
Village
  Noboribetsu

  28. 28. Day
4
  glimpse:
an
experience
that
gives
you
an
idea
 of
what
something
is
like
 ‐‐‐glimpse
of/into
  aboriginal:
inhabiting
or
existing
in
a
land
 from
the
earliest
times
or
from
the
arrival
of
 colonist;
indigenous

  29. 29. Day
5
  Lake
Toya
  Mt.
Usu
  Nijo
Fresh
Seafood
  Susukino
Ramen
Alley
  Shopping
arcade

  30. 30. Day
5
  feature:

 (v.)
be
an
a
important
part
or
aspect
of
sth
  delicacy:
special
types
of
food
  arcade:
a
covered
area
with
stores
on
both
 sides

  31. 31. Day
6
  Last‐minute
shopping
  Flying
home…

  32. 32. After
you
read
  How
would
an
itinerary
in
winter
differ
from
 this
summer
tour?
  What
kinds
of
traveler
would
this
itinerary
be
 most
attractive
to?

  33. 33. p.
5

  34. 34. Tips
  Use
the
imperative
form
  Use
instructive
and
directive
verbs
  Provide
some
explanations
about
the
major
 attractions.

  35. 35. Read
the
following
passage
and
circle
the
instructive
 verbs
/expressions,
and
mark
the
additional
 explanations
of
an
attraction.

 p.6





Use
the
MRT
system
to
explore
Taipei,
the
capital
city.
 Dont
miss
Chiang
Kai‐shek
Memorial
Hall,
situated
in
 the
same
area
as
the
National
Theater
and
National
 Concert
Hall.
Catch
a
play,
musical
performance,
or
 cultural
event
if
you
have
time.
Go
to
Taipei
101,
once
 the
tallest
building
in
the
world,
as
your
next
stop.
It
is
 accessible
via
MRT,
too.
Shop
at
the
night
markets
every
 chance
you
get
and
sample
some
delicious
local
snacks,
 such
as
fried
oyster
pastries,
duck
wings,
squid‐on‐a‐ stick,
and
of
course,
pearl
milk
tea!


  36. 36. p.6





Use
the
MRT
system
to
explore
Taipei,
the
capital
city.
 Dont
miss
Chiang
Kai‐shek
Memorial
Hall,
situated
in
 the
same
area
as
the
National
Theater
and
National
 Concert
Hall.
Catch
a
play,
musical
performance,
or
 cultural
event
if
you
have
time.
Go
to
Taipei
101,
once
 the
tallest
building
in
the
world,
as
your
next
stop.
It
is
 accessible
via
MRT,
too.
Shop
at
the
night
markets
every
 chance
you
get
and
sample
some
delicious
local
snacks,
 such
as
fried
oyster
pastries,
duck
wings,
squid‐on‐a‐ stick,
and
of
course,
pearl
milk
tea!


  37. 37. p.11
 I
HE RT
MY
CITY
 Please
share
what
you
love
about
your
 cities
by
completing
“My
City
 Questionnaire”.
 Adapted
from
National
Geographic
Traveler’s
 I
HE RT
MY
CITY,
Intelligent
Travel
Blog

  38. 38. Activity
2:
Write
an
itinerary
of
 your
own
choice
 p.6
 Refer
to
the
information
you
collected
 from
“I
HEART
MY
CITY”
 Questionnaire.
 Use
instructive
verbs
/
expressions
to
 construct
a
passage
about
your
HEART
 CITY
to
introduce

to
a
friend.

  39. 39. p.
7

  40. 40.  Have
you
ever
got
lost
on
campus?
 Have
you
ever
asked
for
directions
and
 end
up
confused?
 Have
you
ever
told
a
tourist
the
wrong
 directions?

  41. 41.  
Street
name
 
Nearby
landmark
 Bus
stop
/
MRT
/
railway
 
What
else?

  42. 42. Block

  43. 43. T‐junction

  44. 44. Roundabout
Swindon‘s
Magic
Roundabout,
Swindon,
UK

  45. 45. overpass

  46. 46. tunnel

  47. 47. Intersection

  48. 48. Traffic
lights

  49. 49. Forked
road

  50. 50. Directions
 Asking
for
directions
 Giving
directions
  How
do
I
get
to
…?
   The
best
way
to
go
 is…
  What’s
the
best
way
 to…?
   What
you
need
to
do
 is…
  Where
is…?
   Go…,
Take…,
Turn…
  Could
you
tell
me
the
   If
you
take
…,
you’ll
 way
to…?
 see…

  51. 51. Preposition of
movements
  Come,
get,
and
go
can
be
combined
with
 prepositions
such
as
along,
at,
down,
out
of,
 past,
through,
and
up
  Come
out
of

leave,
Come
to

reach
  Go/
Head/
Walk
past
the
station,
then
turn
left.

  Go/
Head/
Walk
along
here
for
about
5
min.

  52. 52. Preposition of
movements
(Cont.)
  Go
down
this
road.
  Head
up
the
High
Street
until
you
reach
the
 bank.
  Turn
right
at
the
7‐11.
  Walk
towards
the
church
but
turn
left
before
 you
reach
it.
  Walk
to
the
church
and
cut
through
the
 churchyard.


  53. 53. Steps
  Think
of
the
simplest
route,
even
if
it
takes
a
little
 longer.

  Specify
distance.
  Indicate
turns.
  Warn
them
about
any
confusing
parts
of
the
 route.

  Mention
which
side
of
the
street
their
destination
 will
be
found
on.
  Have
them
repeat
the
directions
to
you.

  54. 54. Let’s
practice…
1.
How
can
I
get
to
 
2 Where
is
the
nearest
Starbucks?
3.
Could
you
tell
me
the
way
to
train
station?
  You
may
add
destinations
by
yourself.

  55. 55. See
the
map
on
p.9,
indicate
the
following
locations/
stores
on
your
map

1.  Shopping
 3.  Coffee
shop





(Clothes,
electronic
 4.  Bakery
 products,
grocery)
 5.  Park
/
Museum
2.  Restaurants
 6.  Beverage
shop
 (Taiwanese,
 Japanese,
Italian,
 7.  Copy
shop
 Thai,
American
 food)
 8.  Gas
station

  56. 56. Instruction:
 You
are
a
first‐time
visitor
to
NCKU.
 
Each
one
of
you
will
get
a
paper
slip
 with
a
“destination”
printed
on
it.
 Find
someone
to
ask
for
suggestions
 and
directions.

(Please
apply
the
 sentence
patterns
/
phrases
you
 learned.)


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