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 Guidelines for the Vietnam Guidebook

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Guidelines for the VietnamGuidebook

Description of the assignment
This whole class assignment is aimed atimproving class teamwork and co-operation. Each class will produce a guidebookfor tourists visiting Vietnam.Students will work in pairs tocompile information about one of the cities listed in the guideline. A group of4 students (editorial team) will beresponsible to write a general description of Vietnam andmake the final edition of the work of the whole class and publish(print) the class guidebook. The class has to hand in the guide book on Day 10. No excuses for late work willbe accepted.
Northern Vietnam: Hanoi,Lang Son, Son La, Ha Long, Hai Phong, Hoa Binh, Ninh Binh, Vinh
Central Vietnam: Hue, Da Nang, Hoi An, Buon MaThuot, Nha Trang, Da Lat
Southern Vietnam: Ho Chi Minh City, Ben Tre, Can Tho, Soc Trang, Bac Lieu
1. Destination Vietnam: Write a general description of Vietnam including usefulinformation for tourists: geography, history, politics, population, religions,culture, tourist entry and exit procedures, language, public holidays, airports, currency, climate etc- Theeditorial team of 4 students will beresponsible for this task - 4 pages
2. Each city: Write a city guide for tourists to the city: include ageneral description (location, history, population, climate, special features),special foods & drinks, things to see & do, etc – Pair work - 2 pages.
3. Appendix: Giveextra useful information for tourists visiting Vietnam (transportation,accommodation, health care, glossary, etc) - Pair work4 pages
*** Inserting photos appropriatelyis encouraged
*** Each pair is responsible forcompiling and editing their own work to a standard ready for publishing. Thisinformation (soft copies) is sent tothe editorial team. Each class sets their own deadline for students to completethe paired tasks (latest on Day 9). The quality of the finished guidebook willdepend on the time the editorial team spend preparing the final copy of theguidebook. The editorial team combines the pairs’ available work to compile thefinal edition on the class’s supposed date. The pair of late handing in must be noted down to inform the teacherlater and failed. If all pair workis handed in on time, but the editorial team hands in later than Day 10, the editorial group will be failed.

References: List the information sources: website, books,magazines, etc - Each pair of students record theirreferences and pass this information to the editorial team.
ü For a book:Author’s surname, Author’s initial/s. (Year). Title. Place of Publication. Publisher.
For example: Goodall, C.J. (1995). A survivor’s guide to study skills andstudents assessments for health care students. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone.
ü For a journal:Author’s surname, Author’s initial/s. (Year). Title of the article. Title of the Journal, Vol (Issue), page/s.
For example: Warner, L., & Ford, R. (1998).Mental health facilitators in primary care. NursingStandard, 13 (6), 36-40
ü For a website: Author’ssurname, Author’s initial/s. (Year). Titleof the article. The date the information was retrieved from the website.
For example: Kitao, K. (1997). Selecting and Developing Teaching/ LearningMaterial. Retrieved July 28 from [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

The layout of the guidebook
1. Cover page (standard)– Photos are accepted as the background.
2. Table of contents: content – names of students – page number
** Students’ namesmust be typed in Vietnamese (In case there are two people of the same fullnames, the date of birth is required. (For example: Nguyễn Thị Thu Trang(9/11/1987))
E.g. HANOI - Lý Phương An & Nguyễn Thị Thu Trang(9/11/1987)…………………………. 9
3. Vietnamtourist map: The cites included in the guide are to be marked on the map.
4. Destination Vietnam
5. Each city
6. References
7. Appendix


Size paper : A4
Top : 1.5 cm
Bottom : 1.5 cm
Left : 2.5 cm

Right : 2 cm
Space : 1.5 lines
Font : Times New Roman - 12
The title of each main part must be in BOLD CAPITAL letters

Pairs will be failed if:
- copy work from any source
- shows that insufficient effort
- fail to meet the requirements
- Handing in late
** Failed students haveno opportunities to redo the work and are not allowed to take the final exam.

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