Required Clues

If you prefer, you may add additional information to your presentation. Be sure to keep the presentation very concise: (3-5 minutes or less).

Developing Your Clues

When developing your clues try to make sure each one is challenging. The other participants should not be able to determine your beach and state just from hearing one or two clues and not doing any research. For example, if you were presenting a clue for Orlando, Florida you would never want to come out and say you can visit Disney World. Also, you would not want to give a clue that the other classes can Google and find in the first few search result descriptions.

Country & Beach Clues

Region
Answer at least one question from this category.
1. Describe how land and sea areas define the country's borders.
2. What other landmarks are close to the beach?

Location
Answer both questions from this category.
1. What is the relative location of this beach? (i.e. Describe it's location compared to another significant location of your choice. Be fairly specific as our time is short for guessing.)
2. Which direction from the country capitol do you travel to reach the beach?

Place
Answer at least four questions from this category.
1. What body of water is closest to the beach?
2. What is the area of the country in which the beach is located?
3. What is the primary language of the country in which the beach is located?
4. What is the population of the country in which the beach is located?
5. Give a clue about a tourist attraction near your beach (other than the beach). Illustrate if possible.
6. What is the population of the nearest city?
7. Describe one or more notable physical land forms in or near this city.

Finally: Check over your clues and make sure the other group can actually figure it out! Not too easy; but not too hard either!