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  Travel in Hong Kong  
 

 

1.          Research and design questionnaire

In this project, you will have to design a questionnaire for tourist.

Before doing so, you may have to do some research on tourist spots in Hong Kong. You can get the information from (1) travel agencies, (2) webpage of Hong Kong tourism Board or other resources.

After getting the overall idea about tourist attractions in Hong Kong, you can work on the questionnaire with your groupmates. The questionnaire may include (1) choices of tourist attractions, (2) choices of duration of the tour, and (3) places to eat.

2.          Interview

Using the designed questionnaire, your group has to interview some tourists in Hong Kong. During the interview, you may need to use the grammar structures that you have learnt. Decide the numbers of questionnaire you have to do for the bar chart later.

3.          Statistics and analysis

With the information you have gathered, you will have to analyze the information and work out 2 bar charts. One of them is to find out the most popular places for visiting while another one is the places for eating.

4.          Proposal

After that, you will have to design a proposal for the itinerary. You have to come up a theme for your trip with your group members. For example, a wildlife tour or a nightlife tour….etc. You also have to consider the duration of the tour, e,g. a 3-day tour, a 5-day tour or a 7-day tour. You will also need to give reasons of the choices of travel spots.

5.          Presentation (15 mins)

In the end of the project, your group has to do a presentation to the whole class. You have to decide the contents of the presentation. Besides presenting the proposed itinerary, you can also talk about the process of doing your work, what you have learnt from the project and your view upon Hong Kong. Each of you will have to do the presentation. Decide which part you would like to do in the presentation.

 

 

 

 





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