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NHẬT KÝ HOẠT ĐỘNG NHÓM
NHẬP MÔN DU LỊCH
NHÓM 5 – LỚP POHE A K54

Đề tài thuyết trình: Lý do khiến con người không quay trở lại một điểm đến du lịch lần thứ 2:

I. Danh sách các thành viên trong nhóm: - Huyền My: Nhóm trưởng. - Thúy An: Thư ký. - Các thành viên khác trong nhóm: Huyền Anh, Quỳnh Châu, Hà Anh, Minh Trang, Hoàng Linh, Phương Anh.

II. Nhiệm vụ của các thành viên trong nhóm: - Tất cả các thành viên cùng tìm tài liệu, thông tin, hình ảnh, clip có liên quan đến bài thuyết trình và tóm tắt lại. - Huyền My: Tổng hợp lại các thông tin và đánh văn bản Word. - Huyền Anh và Quỳnh Châu: Quay clip. - Huyền Anh: Làm Power Point. - Minh Trang: Chỉnh sửa clip và thuyết trình. - Thúy An: Ghi lại tất cả các hoạt động của nhóm và điều khiển máy tính khi Minh Trang thuyết trình.

III. Các hoạt động của nhóm: - 11h, thứ 4, ngày 17/10/2012: +/ Các thành viên đăng ký vào nhóm. +/ Cô bầu nhóm trưởng là Huyền My và thư ký là Thúy An. +/ Nhóm bắt đầu hoạt động: Huyền My phân công nhiệm vụ cho từng thành viên, các thành viên cùng góp ý kiến sơ lược về bài thuyết trình.

- 13h, thứ 4, ngày 17/10/2012: Hà Anh lập page của nhóm trên Facebook để các thành viên có thể dễ dàng theo dõi và trao đổi thông tin.

- 21h30, thứ 4 ngày 17/10/2012: Huyền Anh và Quỳnh Châu thực hiện clip phỏng vấn một giáo viên nước ngoài về đề tài cần thuyết trình.

- 10h30 – 11h, thứ 5, ngày 18/11/2012: Huyền Anh, Quỳnh Châu, Hà Anh và Hoàng Linh tìm và post link những thông tin liên quan lên page của nhóm để các thành viên cùng theo dõi và nghiên cứu.

- 10h30, thứ 5, ngày 18/10/2012: Huyền Anh up clip phỏng vấn lên page.

- 11h30, thứ 5, ngày 18/10/2012: Huyền My phân công nhiệm vụ cho mỗi người sẽ phải đọc và tóm tắt ý chính của 2 bài: +/ Hà Anh: “Tôi sẽ không bao giờ đến Sầm Sơn lần nữa” và…...

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