Research ProjectPlanning a Trip to Southeast Asian countries
Name: ________________________
September 2013 - January 2014
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RESEARCH PROJECT
p l a n n i n g a t r i p t o s e a c o u n t r i e s
1. Which countries to visit? (What interests you ab...
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Which countries to visit? z
(What interests you about the countries)
(attractions, natural history, personal experiences...
z
How to get to the countries? z
(flight details and options, transportation means,
price comparison) with the costs
TRIP T...
z
How to get around inbound? z
(Bus, train, motor bike, tuk tuk, plane)
TRIP TO SEA COUNTRIES 
S O U T H E A S T A S I A N...
z
Overall Budget z
(transportation, meal, accommodation, visa, pocket money, etc.) and how will
you earn the amount?
TRIP ...
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This Study Guide is created to be used in an on-line teaching course of Southeast Asian Studies. This course is offered only to a group of wonderful students of Lodi High School, Wisconsin, USA.

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Research Project: Trip to Southeast Asia 2013

  1. 1. Research ProjectPlanning a Trip to Southeast Asian countries Name: ________________________ September 2013 - January 2014 For Lodi High School Southeast Asian Studies
  2. 2. RESEARCH PROJECT p l a n n i n g a t r i p t o s e a c o u n t r i e s 1. Which countries to visit? (What interests you about the countries (attractions, natural history, personal experiences) 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? 3. How to get to the countries? (flight details and options, transportation means, price comparison) with the costs 4. Accommodation types (backpacker, hotel, motel, guest house) for each attraction, town, city, or country visited with the costs 5. How to get around inbound? (Bus, train, motor bike, plane) 6. Entry requirement and customs, safety issues, travel tips, Do’s and Don’ts, what to do in an emergency case. 7. Overall Budget (transportation, meal, accommodation, visa, pocket money, etc.) and how will you earn the amount? INSTRUCTION: Students are to plan a trip to any Southeast Asian countries for your vacation. The trip you planed should be practical and of your own interests. You may choose to visit at least two countries or more depending on your budget and timeframe. Approximately an hour every two weeks will be given for your research period, counseling session and presenting your current stage on the project. Your plan should cover all of the following points: Each week (most likely to be a Friday), you will be given time to do research on information on one of the points. An oral report on your findings will be presented to Kru Tuke at the end of the research session. Journal on your progress must be kept and sent to Kru Tuke on Monday of the following week (or as stated in the class) for assessment. Students will be given a presentation with the use of PowerPoint/ Keynote/ Preszi/ or Google Presentaion on their final completed trip plan. Assessments: 1. Journal on working progress every week (60%) 2. A presentation of your plan (40%)
  3. 3. z Which countries to visit? z (What interests you about the countries) (attractions, natural history, personal experiences) TRIP TO SEA COUNTRIES  S O U T H E A S T A S I A N S T U D I E S Research Project F O R L O D I H I G H S C H O O L C L A S S 1 z Where to go? (attractions) What to do? (activities), What to experience? (cultural events), When to visit? (Time & Duration), What is currency of the country? Do not forget to email your findings to Kru Tuke; tuke.ingkhaninan@gmail.com
  4. 4. z How to get to the countries? z (flight details and options, transportation means, price comparison) with the costs TRIP TO SEA COUNTRIES  S O U T H E A S T A S I A N S T U D I E S Research Project F O R L O D I H I G H S C H O O L C L A S S 2 z Accommodation Types z (backpacker, hotel, motel, guest house) for each attraction, town, city, or country visited with the costs Do not forget to email your findings to Kru Tuke; tuke.ingkhaninan@gmail.com
  5. 5. z How to get around inbound? z (Bus, train, motor bike, tuk tuk, plane) TRIP TO SEA COUNTRIES  S O U T H E A S T A S I A N S T U D I E S Research Project F O R L O D I H I G H S C H O O L C L A S S 3 z Entry requirement and customs, safety issues, travel tips, Do’s and Don’ts, what to do in an emergency case Do not forget to email your findings to Kru Tuke; tuke.ingkhaninan@gmail.com
  6. 6. z Overall Budget z (transportation, meal, accommodation, visa, pocket money, etc.) and how will you earn the amount? TRIP TO SEA COUNTRIES  S O U T H E A S T A S I A N S T U D I E S Research Project F O R L O D I H I G H S C H O O L C L A S S 4 Do not forget to email your findings to Kru Tuke; tuke.ingkhaninan@gmail.com z Presentation z 1. Graceful Thai ‘Wai’ 2. Self-introduction in Thai language without note 3. Fluid movement 4. Eye contact 5. Fluid speech, no mumbling 6. No misspelling/ errors 7. Graphics/Animation help visualize. 8. Proper image, size, resolution 9. Proper/ readable font and size 10.Appropriate length of text 11.Proper background 12.Graceful Thai ‘Wai’ and Kob Khun Krub/Ka

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