• Essential question or problem that this project addresses:-
Man has been a universal traveler since time immemorial. Travelling makes man more accustomed to the society and different multi-cultural habitat and customs. Getting into close proximity with different cultures, traditions and languages has been an integral part of travelling. Getting an insight to the history, folk art forms, festivals and the people of both countries India and Italy in an adventurous multi-ethnic journey.
• Curriculum standards
Students will exchange information by virtually visiting the most important places of their countries and will share the festivities celebrated in their respective countries.
They will also provide logistic details for a comfortable travel in their respective countries.
They will precisely give all details of travel, stay and hospitality available in their native place. They shall also provide a itinerary of couple of tours in their local areas.
Religious Tours to Wildlife safaris will be chalked out.
The students shall directly conduct interviews with Officials of the Local Tourism Department, Regional Passport Office & other Governmental, NGO’s and Travel & Tour Managers to bring out details in respect to the logistics support.
• Expected outcomes
Students and the world community will enrich their knowledge, will love and appreciate the different cultures and will learn to respect multi-cultural diversities and come closer to adapting new values of life.
• Required resources
The team members will make this project through the use of some useful authentic resources from Official Websites for collecting logistic data through the use of Internet; go through reference books in the school /community library, outings, interviews, and encyclopedia.
• How will this project help the class, school, community or world?
To focus on understanding the diversified Multi-cultural identities, create scope to adopt new folk traditions, cultural and social environment through the project.
Geography & Travel > Travel
Jan. 12, 2009 - May. 04, 2009