Writing a Travel Brochure with #GoogleExpeditionsQuick View
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Writing a Travel Brochure with #GoogleExpeditions

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Why don’t you take your class to see the 7 New Wonders of the World? This is a great exercise for improving your students’ persuasive writing. Using the worksheet, students can take notes about the destinations they visit in preparation for creating a persuasive tourist brochure. Remember to provide your students with some key facts along the way, so that they can include these in their brochures. The lesson plan contains the following content: 1. Lesson plan 2. Worksheet to be completed during the expedition 3. Travel brochure template with notes 4. Blank travel brochure for students If you want any more tips/ideas about how to incorporate Google Expeditions into the classroom, visit our website: www.primevr.co.uk. It was founded by a former Google Expeditions associate, who visited over 100 schools, trained over 2,000 teachers and introduced the technology to over 40,000 students. Keep fully up-to-date with everything Google Expeditions by following us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/primevruk.
Boarding Pass & Exit Tickets for #GoogleExpeditionsQuick View
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Boarding Pass & Exit Tickets for #GoogleExpeditions

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These two resources are great for setting the scene and capturing students’ imaginations. The boarding pass can be used as a starter activity; students fill in their details and teachers explain where they will be going on their expedition. Students can also make note of the keywords they need to be aware of prior to the expedition (also act as a prompt for teachers to explain them throughout the session). For younger age groups, it might be a good idea to check their boarding passes prior to them entering the classroom so that they feel as if they are travelling around the world. The exit ticket can be used as a plenary and is a great way of checking learning. Students should write down at least one fact or point of interest they have learned during the expedition. On exiting the classroom students are required to hand in their exit ticket (or they could be glued into their books and ticked by the teacher). Give these a go! They are brilliant for setting the scene and checking student understanding. There is five identical copies on each A4 sheet and so it will only require 6 pages of black and white A4 printing. Alternatively, they could be laminated and then wiped after each session so that they can be reused. If you want any more tips/ideas about how to incorporate Google Expeditions into the classroom, visit our website: www.primevr.co.uk. It was founded by a former Google Expeditions associate, who visited over 100 schools, trained over 2,000 teachers and introduced the technology to over 40,000 students. Keep fully up-to-date with everything Google Expeditions by following us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/primevruk.
Writing a Postcard Home #GoogleExpeditions LessonQuick View
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Writing a Postcard Home #GoogleExpeditions Lesson

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In this lesson plan, students have the opportunity to come face-to-face with a gorilla in the Congo! Start by setting the scene for the lesson; students are on a school trip to the Congo, where they will be learning how to track Gorillas. On their journey, they come across a local village, where they meet the locals and attend a lesson in the local school. On their way back from the village, students have their first ever gorilla encounter! This scene will usually provoke a shocked reaction and is a great way for getting students to think creatively about their experience. After this, students need to write a postcard home to describe what they have seen on their school trip! The lesson plan contains the following content: 1. Lesson plan 2. Worksheet to be completed during the expedition 3. Postcard template with lines 4. Postcard template without lines If you want any more tips/ideas about how to incorporate Google Expeditions into the classroom, visit our website: www.primevr.co.uk. It was founded by a former Google Expeditions associate, who visited over 100 schools, trained over 2,000 teachers and introduced the technology to over 40,000 students. Keep fully up-to-date with everything Google Expeditions by following us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/primevruk.