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REGIONS IN FRANCE PROJECT

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Michelle Parkinson

on 18 November 2014

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Transcript of REGIONS IN FRANCE PROJECT

Les régions de la France
Create a map of France that shows where your chosen region is located
What things this region is famous for? Where should you visit and what can you do there? Why should you go? When is the best time to go? (castles / caves / historical sights / motor racing / cycling / outdoor pursuits / wine / food / historical towns / cathedrals, etc)
What specialty dishes (food and drink) should you try in this region? Why would you recommend them?
How can you get to this region and travel around it?
When should people stay while visiting this region? Are there any special places you would recommend?
What sites can you recommend for people to find out more about your chosen region?

Finally....
Present your project to the class
LES RÉGIONS de la FRANCE PROJECT

You may work individually, in pairs or in 3’s on this project.


Choose a region in France to study from the map below

Make a power point display, a google presentation or a prezi for your class.

You are making a travel presentation about this region in an effort to promote its charms to a young audience.
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