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Travel Brochure and Itinerary

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Rubric Code: MX9X42A
Create a travel brochure, using PowerPoint, for your designated country in the Eastern Hemisphere. Develop a total cost FIT itinerary for two adults. This total cost itinerary includes all transportation (from flights to ground), accommodations and tourists attractions. See course outline for instructions.
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Categories: Subjects: Communication   Foreign Languages   Geography   Vocational  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate

Powered by iRubric Brochure - 40 Points
  Zero
0 pts
Poor
4 pts
Fair
6 pts
Good
8 pts
Excellent
10 pts
Pictures
Random pictures of your country is required.
Zero

Student made no attempt, or did not hand in Brochure (black and white PowerPoint slides), Itinerary, and Report at the same time, or did not present or was absent from class during any and all of the presentations.
Poor

Brochure includes six or less random pictures.
Fair

Brochure includes seven to ten random pictures.
Good

Brochure includes eleven to fourteen random pictures.
Excellent

Brochure includes fifteen or more random pictures.
Tourist Attractions
Brochure to include pictures of tourist attractions. These tourist attraction pictures may be part of your random pictures collection.
Zero

Student made no attempt, or did not hand in Brochure (black and white PowerPoint slides), Itinerary, and Report at the same time, or did not present or was absent from class during any and all of the presentations.
Poor

Brochure includes three or fewer tourist attraction pictures, their titles, descriptions and locations.
Fair

Brochure includes four to six tourist attraction pictures, their titles, descriptions and locations.
Good

Brochure includes seven to nine tourist attraction pictures, their titles, descriptions and locations.
Excellent

Brochure includes ten or more tourist attraction pictures, their titles, descriptions and locations.
Foods
Culinary items or mention of foods and beverages in brochure bolsters cultural knowledge of your country. These food and beverage pictures may be part of your random pictures collection.
Zero

Student made no attempt, or did not hand in Brochure (black and white PowerPoint slides), Itinerary, and Report at the same time, or did not present or was absent from class during any and all of the presentations.
Poor

Brochure includes no or one food/beverage picture and/or description.
Fair

Brochure includes two or three food/beverage pictures and descriptions or combination of pictures and descriptions.
Good

Brochure includes a four or five food/beverage pictures and descriptions or combination of pictures and descriptions.
Excellent

Brochure includes six or more food/beverage and descriptions or combination of pictures and descriptions.
History
Brief historical significance of tourist attractions, or cities within your country. These tourist attraction pictures may be part of your random pictures collection.
Zero

Student made no attempt, or did not hand in Brochure (black and white PowerPoint slides), Itinerary, and Report at the same time, or did not present or was absent from class during any and all of the presentations.
Poor

Brochure includes history from three or fewer tourist attractions or cities.
Fair

Brochure includes history from four to six tourist attractions or cities.
Good

Brochure includes history from seven to nine tourist attractions or cities.
Excellent

Brochure includes history from ten or more tourist attractions or cities.
Itinerary - 40 Points
  Zero
0 pts
Poor
4 pts
Fair
6 pts
Good
8 pts
Excellent
10 pts
Timelines
Must have all days well planned.
Zero

Student made no attempt, or did not hand in Brochure (black and white PowerPoint slides), Itinerary, and Report at the same time, or did not present or was absent from class during any and all of the presentations.
Poor

Itinerary does not include any timelines or suggested time alloted for visiting tourist attractions or shopping.
Fair

Times/Days are suggested for tourist attractions or shopping, but are not detailed or specific.
Good

Only six of the twelve days have a detailed timeline for visiting tourist attractions or shopping on itinerary.
Excellent

All days have a detailed timeline for visiting tourist attractions or shopping on itinerary.
Transportation
Flight and ground information is necessary.
Zero

Student made no attempt, or did not hand in Brochure (black and white PowerPoint slides), Itinerary, and Report at the same time, or did not present or was absent from class during any and all of the presentations.
Poor

Not addressed.
Fair

Air and ground transportation is mentioned as method of travel, but no more than this.
Good

Air and ground transportation is mentioned with limited details.
Excellent

Detailed transportation plans for all methods of air and ground transportation on the itinerary are outlined.
Accommodations
Everywhere we stay for the 12 days must be specified.
Zero

Student made no attempt, or did not hand in Brochure (black and white PowerPoint slides), Itinerary, and Report at the same time, or did not present or was absent from class during any and all of the presentations.
Poor

No mention of accommodations during this trip is made.
Fair

One accommodation is mentioned, with dates, per night rates and the property's full contact information.
Good

Two accommodations are mentioned, with dates, per night rates and the property's full contact information.
Excellent

Three or more accommodations are mentioned, with dates, per night rates and the property's full contact information.
Budget
We need to know the breakdown and total cost of the trip by person and by couple even though there is no spending limit.
Zero

Student made no attempt, or did not hand in Brochure (black and white PowerPoint slides), Itinerary, and Report at the same time, or did not present or was absent from class during any and all of the presentations.
Poor

No mention of costs are included in this itinerary.
Fair

Limited costs are included or costs are vague and grouped rather than detailed.
Good

Most costs are included, but not all items specify cost.
Excellent

Costs are attached to all activities to allow complete budget planning for this trip
Presentation - 20 Points
  Zero
0 pts
Poor
2 pts
Fair
3 pts
Good
4 pts
Excellent
5 pts
PowerPoint/Graphics
Zero

Student made no attempt, or did not hand in Brochure (black and white PowerPoint slides), Itinerary, and Report at the same time, or did not present or was absent from class during any and all of the presentations.
Poor

The slides are not legible. The amount of text is too great for the space provided. There are several grammatical errors. There is little use of graphics or effects. The information does not consistently support images.
Fair

Slides are legible. Amount of text is too great for the amount of space provided. Some grammatical errors. Less than half the slides have graphics or effects. Information supports images at times.
Good

Slides are attractive. Text is legible. No grammatical errors. More than half of the slides use graphics and effects to enhance presentation. Information adequately supports images.
Excellent

Slides are attractive. Text is legible. No grammatical errors. Graphics and effects are used throughout to enhance presentation. Information is at the advanced level and consistently supports images.
Knowledge
Zero

Student made no attempt, or did not hand in Brochure (black and white PowerPoint slides), Itinerary, and Report at the same time, or did not present or was absent from class during any and all of the presentations.
Poor

Speaker simply reads the material displayed.
Fair

Speaker brings little knowledge to the presentation beyond what is displayed.
Good

Speaker is well informed and elaborates a bit beyond the material displayed.
Excellent

Speaker is well informed and elaborates beyond the displayed material.
Eye Contact and Elocution
Zero

Student made no attempt, or did not hand in Brochure (black and white PowerPoint slides), Itinerary, and Report at the same time, or did not present or was absent from class during any and all of the presentations.
Poor

Presenter reads all of the report with no eye contact.
Mumbles, incorrectly pronounces terms, and speaks too quickly or quietly for students in the back of class to hear.
Fair

Presenter maintains eye contact most of the time but frequently returns to notes. Voice is low. Presenter incorrectly pronounces terms. Audience members have difficulty hearing presentation.
Good

Presenter maintains eye contact most of the time but occasionally returns to notes. Voice is clear. Presenter pronounces most words correctly. Most audience members can hear presentation.
Excellent

Presenter maintains eye contact with audience, seldom returns to notes. Presenter uses a clear voice and correct, precise pronunciation of all words so that all audience members can hear presentation.
Time Requirement
Zero

Student made no attempt, or did not hand in Brochure (black and white PowerPoint slides), Itinerary, and Report at the same time, or did not present or was absent from class during any and all of the presentations.
Poor

Missed seven minute requirement by four to six minutes.
Fair

Missed seven minute requirement by two to four minutes.
Good

Missed seven minute requirement by one to two minutes.
Excellent

Met or exceeded seven minute requirement.



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