You are to create an instructional brochure about visiting your hometown, or where you currently reside. Within your brochure provide four sections of information:
o One outdoor activity, one indoor activity, one place to eat
o Helpful FAQs
You don’t have to “match” these. You may randomly suggest an outdoor 4th of July activity, but a December indoor activity. The eatery you suggest may be world-famous, or the restaurant can be your personal favorite.
Utilize your text, Pocket Keys for Writers Pages 187-196 to help you compose your instructional brochure. Write in the second person to speak to your audience using the pronouns of you, your, you’re, and yours etc. (see page 203 if needed).
Use the brochure template to develop your tri-fold brochure. NOTE: While this layout does not seem to make sense if you view it as a flat Word document, recall that the final product would be folded.
Verbs – You will be using plenty of verbs to instruct your reader where to go, what to participate in, what to do, and what to avoid. As you compose evaluate your use of using the correct verbs, irregular verbs, auxiliary verbs, and varied verb tenses within your writing.
Your instructional brochure should be at least 250 words, but no more than 500 words.