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Research Project Trip to SEA
Research Project Trip to SEA
Research Project Trip to SEA
Research Project Trip to SEA
Research Project Trip to SEA
Research Project Trip to SEA
Research Project Trip to SEA
Research Project Trip to SEA
Research Project Trip to SEA
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  • 1. Name: ________________________Research ProjectPlanning a Trip to Southeast Asia countriesNovember 2011 - January 2012For Lodi High SchoolSoutheast Asia Studies
  • 2. RES EA RC H P RO J EC T planning a trip to sea countriesINSTRUCTION: Students are to plan a trip to at least two of Southeast Asian countries on your vacation. Your tripplan should be practical and of your own interests. You may choose to visit several countries dependingon your interest, budget, and timeframe. Approximately an hour a week will be given for your researchperiod, counseling session and presenting your current stage on the project. Your plan should cover all ofthe following points: Week 1: Which countries to visit? (What interests you about the countries (attractions, natural history, personal experiences) Week 2: Where to go? (attractions) What to do? (activities), What to experience? (cultural events), When to visit? (Time & Duration), What is currency of the country? Week 3: How to get to the countries? (flight details and options, transportation means, price comparison) with the costs Week 4: Accommodation types (backpacker, hotel, motel, guest house) for each attraction, town, city, or country visited with the costs Week 5: How to get around inbound? (Bus, train, motor bike, plane) Week 6: Entry requirement and customs, safety issues, travel tips, Do’s and Don’ts, what to do in an emergency case. Week 7: Overall Budget (transportation, meal, accommodation, visa, pocket money, etc.) and how will you earn the amount? Each Friday students will be given approximately an hour to do research on one of thepoints in the computer lap. Before the class ends, students are required to give an oralpresentation on their progress to Kru Tuke. Kru Tuke will always respond to questions duringclass time and via email. Journal on your work progress must be typed and sent to Kru Tukeby 8 pm of the following Sunday for assessment. On week 8,students will be given a presentation on their final completed tripplan. Note: Any students absent from class on Friday are stillrequired to submit their journal to Kru Tuke on the followingSunday by 8 pm.
  • 3. RES EA RC H P RO J EC T planning a trip to sea countries ASSESSMENT: The assessment of this research project will be divided into two parts: your traveling plan to SEA countries (70%), and your presentation quality (30%). 1. Traveling Plan (70%) For your traveling plan, you will be evaluated throughout the course of 8 weeks using‘Working Process Rubrics’ which includes the following points1. Participating in research activity in the computer lab2. Presenting ideas and counseling with Kru Tuke on a weekly basis (each Friday)3. Writing a journal that covers all of the following points 1. Detail information of your plan (different point for each week) 2. Reasons for your decision (cost and/or time constraint, personal interests, limited alternatives, etc.) 3. A list of least 4 sources for your citation4. Emailing your journal to Kru Tuke, Mr. Chaht, and Mrs. Anderson by 8 pm on the followingSunday.2.#Presentation#(30%)#Your%presentation%will%be%evaluated%using%‘Rubrics%for%Presentation”%below.%%1. Body Language: Student made movements or gesture that enhanced articulation.2. Introduction and Closure: Student held attention of entire audience with the use of direct eye contact3. Voice/Intonation: Student used fluid speech and clear voice. Intonation maintained the interest of the audience. Student made no mumbling.4. Mechanic Writing: Presentation had no misspellings or grammatical errors.5. Graphic/Animation: The graphics and/or animation assisted in presenting an overall theme and enhance understanding of concept, ideas, and relationships.6. Image: Original images were created using proper size and resolution and all images enhanced the content.7. Font & Size: The fonts were easy-to-read and size varied appropriately for headings, subheadings, and white space8. Length of text: Text was appropriate in length for the target audience and to the point.9. Background & ColorsThe background and colors enhanced the readability of text.10.Citation: All sources of information were cited accurately to demonstrate the credibility and authority of the information presented.
  • 4. S O U T H E A S T A S I A S T U D I E S Research ProjectTRIP TO SEA COUNTRIES  FOR LODI HIGH SCHOOL WEEK 1 z Which countries to visit? z (What interests you about the countries) (attractions, natural history, personal experiences) Question? Source
  • 5. S O U T H E A S T A S I A S T U D I E S Research ProjectTRIP TO SEA COUNTRIES  FOR LODI HIGH SCHOOL WEEK 2 Where to go? (attractions) What to do? (activities),What to experience? (cultural events), When to visit? (Time & Duration), What is currency of the country? Question? Source
  • 6. S O U T H E A S T A S I A S T U D I E S Research ProjectTRIP TO SEA COUNTRIES  FOR LODI HIGH SCHOOL WEEK 3 How to get to the countries?(flight details and options, transportation means, price comparison) with the costs Question? Source
  • 7. S O U T H E A S T A S I A S T U D I E S Research ProjectTRIP TO SEA COUNTRIES  FOR LODI HIGH SCHOOL WEEK 4 Accommodation types (backpacker, hotel, motel, guest house) for each attraction, town, city, or country visited with the costs Question? Source
  • 8. S O U T H E A S T A S I A S T U D I E S Research ProjectTRIP TO SEA COUNTRIES  FOR LODI HIGH SCHOOL WEEK 5 How to get around inbound? (Bus, train, motor bike, plane) Question? Source
  • 9. S O U T H E A S T A S I A S T U D I E S Research ProjectTRIP TO SEA COUNTRIES  FOR LODI HIGH SCHOOL WEEK 6 Entry requirement and customs, safety issues, travel tips, Do’s and Don’ts, what to do in an emergency case. Question? Source
  • 10. S O U T H E A S T A S I A S T U D I E S Research ProjectTRIP TO SEA COUNTRIES  FOR LODI HIGH SCHOOL WEEK 7 Overall Budget (transportation, meal, accommodation, visa, pocket money, etc.) and how will you earn the amount? Question? Source

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