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Week 3. Words & Sources Words on tourism Sources to use ! Be the tourist !. Week 2 1. Words on Tourism. Reader page:. Welcome in: Rio d e Janeiro. Read the text on page:.

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Week 3

Words & Sources

  • Words on tourism

  • Sources touse!

  • Be the tourist!


Week 2 1. Words on Tourism

Reader page:


Welcome in:Rio de Janeiro

Read the text on page:


´Rio has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world—and some of the skimpiest bikinis. That's the norm here, so you'd better not stare. But you'll also want to explore the city itself, which has beautiful architecture. The cable car ride to the top of Sugar Loaf Mountain (Pao de Acucar) offers beautiful viewsof the city. Rideit at sunsetifyoucan!´

Words..


Surf to:

http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attractions-g303506-Activities-Rio_de_Janeiro_State_of_Rio_de_Janeiro.html

Write down wordsthatcanbeusefulforlooking up information about a city.

You’re the tourist


Mind map

Reader page:


Mind map

  • Restaurants

  • Zoo

  • Shopping

  • Theatre

  • Architecture

  • Toerism

  • Attrations

  • Mountains

  • Accomodation

  • Culture

  • Sports


Mind map

  • Nightlife

  • Landmarks

  • Food

  • Museums

  • Performances

  • Hotels

  • Post office

  • Palace

  • Environment


Categories


Example


Don’tforget:

Fill in yourlogbook!


2. Sources touse!

Reader page:


Different types of information sources

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5bNS82sE5c


Mix & Match

Statistics

Websites, social media, blogs, reviews

Books

Articles in newspapers or magazines

Dictionaries – Encyclopedias

Summariesandtheoriesabout a particular topic, described in detail.

Describe or report a recently event or problem in a veryclear way. Most of the time focused on one aspect or question of the subject.

Used as a way of getting information quickand easy. All different types of sources canbe found here. Make sureit is reliable! Veryaccesibleand up-to-date.

Give business descriptions of phenomena and concepts. Useful if you are looking for a description of a particular word or topic.

Research and data shown in a clear way: a table or Most of the time doneby a organization.


Match!

Answers: 1- E, 2- C, 3- A, 4- B, 5- D

Summariesandtheoriesabout a particular topic, described in detail.

Describe or report a recently event or problem in a veryclear way. Most of the time focused on one aspect or question of the subject.

Used as a way of getting information quickand easy. All different types of sources canbe found here. Make sureit is reliable! Veryaccesibleand up-to-date.

Give business descriptions of phenomena and concepts. Useful if you are looking for a description of a particular word or topic.

Research and data shown in a clear way: a table or Most of the time doneby a organization.

Statistics

Websites, social media, blogs, reviews

Books

Articles in newspapers or magazines

Dictionaries – Encyclopedias


Experts

Statistics

Websites, social media, blogs, reviews

Books

Articles in newspapers or magazines

Dictionaries – Encyclopedias

Top 5 + oneexample


Whatdidyoufind?


Remember:

Fill in yourlogbook!


3. Be the tourist!Useyourwordsand sources

Reader page:


Devidetasks

Which source?

Which topic?

What is myrole?

Who’sdoingwhat?

When is itdone?


Get ittogether!

  • What information did I find?

  • Whatcan I use?

  • Whatgoestogether?

    → Make one story / item of it


Remember:

Fill in yourlogbook!


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