Activity Coordinator

Congratulations! You have the honor of being chosen as the activity coordinator. This role is the most fun and exciting because you get to plan where your group is going. Discos, museums, musical events, sports...the sky is the limit!

Your Responsibilities

1. Your job is to research typical activities of the cities that your group is going to visit.

2. You will be responsible for choosing and planning diverse activities for your group. You will need to obtain a description, price, and location for each place. This information will be recorded in your travel journal.

3. For each city, you must choose one of each of the following: museum, monument, sporting event and musical outing. Remember, keep the group entertained!

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1. Begin by researching your first city. Look at all the places that you can go but keep in mind the historical and cultural information behind each site. You want the group to learn something as well enjoy themselves.

2. You have been given a budget to work with. Using this guideline, book a few places to visit. Describe each one in a few sentences in your travel journal.

3. After your journal for the first city has been completed, move on to the next place. Vary your choices so you are not always going to the same type of museums!

4. MIDPOINT: Get together with the other activity coordinators in the class. Compare the information that you have gathered so far: typical activities in each region, types of entertainment, prices, travel journal, what's easy or hard to find...Share ideas and information for the second half of the project. Evaluate each other according to the grading rubric.

5. Go back and make any necessary changes for your part of the trip.

6. On the final day of your travel journal, reflect on what you would have kept the same, what you would have changed, and any other information that stood out.

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Learning Tips:

1. Vary your events!

2. Coordinate your activities with your group members so that you are generally staying within the same area.

3. Take advantage of the cultural opportunities within your region!

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