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St Patrick’s College: Year 8 Semester 2 INTERNATIONAL STUDIES Assessment Task 3 Title: 2017 Tourism Expo Tourism is important because it generates income and jobs in a country’s economy. For many countries, it’s the most important source of income for people and it impacts directly on the welfare of a country’s population. Direction: Students, in groups of 4, will individually & collaboratively: -research the tourism opportunities within one country , -create written/visual and other items which ’sells’ their country as a tourist destination and -verbally inform & persuade Expo visitors of their country’s tourism potential Assessment 1. Prior to Expo: Each student in a group is to contribute to the presentation of a folio of written and visual information about their country’s tourist areas. Task 2. During Expo: Each student is to deliver verbal and visual & other informative and persuasive presentations about their country’s tourism. FORM -Individual presentation: completed written and visual report based on their ‘Tourism Expo Topic Cards’. -Group presentation: Creative/informative/Persuasive visual and verbal presentation at their Tourism Expo booth. DURATION About 5 weeks Student Date

Year 8 International Studies: TERM 4 -Year 8 Tourism Expo A.T. 3 Areas Very High: 5 High: 4 Medium: 3 Low: 2 Very Low: 1 -Rubric Not Shown *RESULT PRE-EXPO RESEARCH/PLANNING Depth of research in areas listed in Tourism Topic Cards Comprehensive Research notes research notes. fairly compreNote-taking most- hensive. ly in student’s own words. Appropriate Highly appropriimages ate images selected. selected. Information Planning a variety A wide range of relevant and crea- was generally of strategies: to present engaging information and attract visitors *Each group must include at least -one typed brochure and -one poster. tive strategies were fully planned to attract visitors. well planned using some creative strategies. Research notes covered most areas and were easy to understand. Research notes covered some areas listed in topic cards. Some relevant images selected. Minimal images selected. Information delivery was planned in a few different ways. Information was very limited in its creative planning and delivery. Incomplete research notes. No images selected. No original information presented and delivery was not engaging to visitors. Group worked Group cooperated Group sometimes Group Cooperative, high- Group worked consistently well in a cohesive well through the worked well dysfunctional, ly functional together through- manner most of research and plan- together during worked group work out research and planning stages. Issues were usually maturely resolved. the time during the research and planning stages. Issues were mostly resolved in a timely manner. ning stages, though some members shouldered a heavier load. Outside help at times needed to resolve issues. research and plan- sporadically. ning stages. Issues which arose were not resolved in a timely manner. Booth organisation was creatively lights of country’s considered and tourism potential. attracted a Large number of good number visitors attracted. of visitors. Booth was reasonably creative and attractive. A satisfactory number of visitors attracted. Booth displayed a limited number of strategies highlighting tourism potential. Some interest from visitors shown. Booth bare and minimal consideration shown of their country as a tourist destination. Knowledgeable, enthusiastic well-rehearsed interaction with visitors. Visual aides were appropriately referenced. Interaction with visitors was polite and aides sometimes referenced. Some interaction with visitors, though more use of aides and enthusiasm needed. Interaction with visitors was minimal. 0 0 0 PRESENTATION AT THE EXPO Visual/Marketing Booth organised very creatively. Presentation of Excellent highbooth (must include a variety of written/ visual material) Quality of oral presentation – interaction with visitors to Expo Group Members: Good interaction with visitors showing reasonable knowledge, enthusiasm and reference to aides. Country’s booth Result: Did not attend Did not attend /25 % Student: *All group members MAY not receive the same result. *Members were required to contribute evenly throughout the research, planning and presentation stages in this Assessment Task. Teacher: Mrs Rossato, Ms Fazzalari, Ms Laffey: 2017 International Studies Year 8 Teachers

*Information below sent home to parents - explaining the importance of student attendance to our ‘Tourism Expo’ in Assessment Task 3: Due for a holiday? Keen to find out about some new and existing tourist destinations? All welcomed at our Annual International Studies Tourism Expo on Wednesday 22nd Nov. 2017 between 4.30 to 5.30pm in the Wilding Wing of St Patrick’s College Over 20 tourism booths at this year’s St Patrick’s College Tourism Expo. Quiz students about their knowledge.as you explore the tourism potential of many countries around our world. Collect a ‘passport’ at the door and get it stamped at each country’s booth .then collect brochures, view posters, play games, touch models, taste food, listen to music and test your own general knowledge about many amazing countries. Please Note: *Students will begin setting up at 3.35. *Expo opens at 4.30. *Students will begin packing up their booths at 5.30pm. (Wilding Wing will be returned to it's original state at the end of the Expo.)

What does ‘TOURISM’ mean? ‘.the movement of people to places outside their normal places of work and community.’ Selecting a country other than Australia, as the focus for Assessment Task 3 –Tourism Expo. Look at all the other countries in the world: -be adventurous -find out the latest tourist destination -don’t just choose countries everyone will choose -help Expo visitors expand their knowledge of our world I could really use a 3 week break .relax in a sunny climate, visit some famous monuments, have fun at festivals, learn about a new culture. I live here, l work here, I pay taxes here.I have a passport from this country. This is my ‘home’. Think about: Where could someone living in Australia go.as a tourist ELSEWHERE in the world? (*Students must select a country other than Australia as their tourist destination for this unit of work.) The United Nations World Travel Organisation Guidelines in 2010 definition of Tourism: “.the activities of people who visit destinations outside their usual environment for less than a year for holidays, leisure and recreation, business, health, education or other purposes.” In the past a ‘tourist’ referred only to those travelling for leisure.

Managing the time effectively the key to preparing an engaging tourist booth Keep in mind: available class time, activities to be done, encouraging each other, keeping each other on track.so your group is ready for Wednesday 29th, November 2017. PLEASE expect some ‘teacher directed’ activities throughout this unit-to help Groups understand ‘TOURISM’ and its impact on people and the environment and to help you design a booth which attracts lots of visitors at the Expo. October 2017 -time available Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun 4 5 6 7 1 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 20 21 22 Countries allotted to groups. 23 25country’s tourism 26 potential 27Loreto/ 28 Group research 24 written Part of their 29 3 9 Term 4 2 9 Task introduced: complete activities about tourism 16 17 18 19 Groups considered/decided: complete activities about tourism *Each student to complete their allotted list of activities. 30 31 See next week SPC Health Interaction Day November 2017-time available Mon Tue 31 Wed 1 Thu 2 Fri Sat 3 Group completes research to hand in written Assessment Part. Begin group discussion: how will your country’s booth look? What will interest ‘tourists’ about your country? 4 Sun 5 Written part of Assessment Task due 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 25 26 2 Dec 3 Dec No school No school Group plans/creates their items: some egs include posters, pamphlets, food, bookmarks, coasters, models, costumes, flags, competitions, postcards, etc think widely! Group plans/creates their items, prepares mock up of booth, reviews booth for improvements 20 21 Group finalizes items needed for booth. 27 28 22 EXPO 23 -3.30-4.25: Set up Expo 4.30-5.30: Expo open 5.30: clean-up 29 24 Assessment finalized visual/verbal Expo part assessed 30 1 Dec

2017 TOURISM EXPO (*Written Part of Assessment Task result) TOPIC CARDS for INDIVIDUAL STUDENTS *Each group to complete activities in each card about their allotted country. (Group of 4 one card per student is completed. *If fewer than 4 members in a group: 4 cards to be divided evenly between students in the group.) Collect answers and images in your exercise books (or on your IPAD). STUDENT 1: GENERAL INFORMATION: (/5) Tick when done: STUDENT 2: TOURIST ATTRACTIONS: (/5) Tick when done: Make a replica flag Reproduce your coat of arms Create a world map, zoom in on your country Geography of your country & graph showing typical seasonal weather conditions tourists could expect in summer and winter Brief history overview of interesting things to a tourist Enlarged map of country showing location of major tourist attractions Poster of man-made & physical attractions –with images Information of ‘Top 10 attractions’ & images Modes of available transport to utilize Accommodation options & prices in AUD & local dollar STUDENT 3: STUDENT 4: CULTURE: OTHER IMPORTANT TOURIST DETAILS: (/5) (/5) Tick when done: Tick when done: Language(s) commonly used & helpful key words/phrases to a tourist Currency used & images of actual coins/notes & exchange rate - Tipping requirements Vaccination requirements Visa/cost requirements Dress standards in specific places ie. 1.00 AUD how many ? Food & drink native to your country Religions followed in the country Current health standards & availability of medical aid ie. places of worship, sacred places, etc Beverage consumption restrictions Seasonal wildlife dangers List of acceptable & not acceptable public behaviour & language *The written and visual information found will be used by each group to create items for their Expo booth.encouraging people to visit your country. *Marks allotted for completed information & images within each card: *If a card’s activities are not completed .then that mark is lost.

What do ‘professional’ TOURISM EXPOs’ look like? When: OUR Expo Wed. 22nd November, 2017 4:30 -5:30 PM Wilding Wing

Past student’s TOURISM EXPO photos.create an interesting booth!

Some really important administrative considerations. Think carefully when you are planning the look of your Expo booth: The group will be responsible for most expenses they choose to include in planning the look of their Expo booth. Planning a creative booth may lead to added expense which the Humanities Faculty is unable to cover (*teachers need to be fair to all groups). Students in each group must plan carefully what they need to create an engaging booth. They should itemize all possible expenses.then work out what the group can/cannot afford. About Food: There are strict (legal) rules for any groups who choose to include hot or cold foods as part of their presentation booth. Cold foods: lollies, biscuits, chips, Hot foods: pastries, meat, . Drinks: teas, *No Alcohol allowed. ALL food ON a GROUP’S table MUST also have a list of ingredients alongside the food. *Any visitor with allergies is then able to decide whether or not they are able to taste the food. Printing in colour does cost more. Some travel agencies in Ballarat may be willing to provide some information or items which could be helpful to you. Creating some items may take time –don’t leave things to the last minute. Members of your group MAY have items at home they are willing to loan. Create a mock-up of your Expo booth: on paper/IPAD FIRST. Assess how engaging it looks – consider how it could be more engaging to visitors. See the teacher about issues .as they arise. Don’t leave problems until the last minute to resolve!

VISITORS to our Expo will: -collect a PASSPORT when they arrive -visit different booths: viewing presentations, collecting souvenirs, maybe tasting some food, asking lots of questions .please be polite and prepared -place your country’s emblem/flag sticker in the correct place on their Passport. *Some sample Passport stamps below: which country would a tourist have visited if the following stamps are in their passport? ? ? ? ? ? DID YOU KNOW. The government of another nation could refuse to allow you entry to their country – they could just place you on the next plane back home if a Custom’s Officer considers you untrustworthy or a potentially dangerous ‘visitor’. This is what real passports look like: Without a passport -issued by the government to you- it would be impossible to travel to other countries as a tourist (or for work purposes).your opportunities in life would be limited! *A person COULD hold passports from more than one country: -the one their parents were born and -the one they choose to become a ‘naturalized citizen’ in. All visitors to Australia, apart from New Zealanders, require advance permission to enter the country. For most countries, a full visa is required. *Most people from overseas may apply electronically for a ‘Travel Authority’ authorization.

http://www.tourism.australia.com/statistics.aspx *IMPORTANCE OF OUR TOURISM INDUSTRIES Tourism is one of Australia’s largest export areas and contributes over 40 billion to the economy annually.this contribution is likely to grow over coming years. In the year 2015, there were 7.4 million visitors/ tourists coming to Australia. Tourism employed 580,800 people in Australia in 2014-15 –it has been estimated this number WILL increase by 2020. Monthly visitor departures, by state where they spent the most time, since 1991. New South Wales, Queensland, and Victoria are the top three states for visitor numbers. Did you know -Tourism is the largest and fastest growing industry in the world .in 1999 -Tourists spent 50 billion in Canada -Tourists spent 1.82 billion in Nova Scotia -Tourism was the largest ‘employer’ of Canadians (546,000 tourism employees) *You may be employed in the Australian tourism industry in the future. 2016 –tourism brought 1.5 billion dollars to the Australian economy: so how important is tourism to any country!

-verbally inform & persuade Expo visitors of their country's tourism potential Assessment Task information 1. Prior to Expo: Each student in a group is to contribute to the presentation of a folio of written and visual . Title: 2017 Tourism Expo. Year 8 International Studies: TERM 4 -Year 8 Tourism Expo -Rubric Teacher: _ A.T. 3 .

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