Family Vacation: Utah Counties WebQuest
Man-made dam,Three Creeks Lake, Beaver County
Your parents want you to provide a written travel plan (itinerary) before they will book your trip. That shouldn't be too hard, right? There's one thing you should know ... your sister is making her own plan, so your plan needs to be really good, to be better than hers. If her plan wins, she will get to tell everyone what to do (so what else is new?). Not this time!
Your itinerary will need to include:
- a map
- a typed list of the daily activities
- a list of costs
- a few pictures of the places you'd like to visit
If you really want to WOW your parents, you might want to make the final itinerary on a computer using PowerPoint or WordPerfect Presentations, eMedia, or something else that you already know how to use. A well made poster may work just fine too. Parents like to see that you've thought things out (and to look at pictures too) so be sure your final plans look good.