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A tour can give people new perspectives on a location.

A perspective is how you see the world or your point of view.

For example, you may have a special perspective on where you live, so you have a lot to show someone who has never been there.

In this video, you will give your tour-takers a new perspective on your scenes by describing what makes each location interesting.

As you write each description, think about… Why this location is important, What viewers can expect to find or learn here, And why you think this location is worth visiting on the tour.

To begin, navigate to your first scene.

Write a few sentences explaining why you decided to make this location part of your tour.

Then, do the same for your other locations.

You may want to do some research to get more information.

Try to explain or describe something that people may not already know about the scene, Like important people from its past, Or an interesting fact about it.

Now, it’s your turn: Navigate to your first scene, Explain why this location is important to your tour, Mention what people can learn from the scene, And write descriptions for all your scenes.

Instructions

  1. Navigate to your first scene.
  2. Explain why this location is important to your tour.
  3. Mention what people can learn from the scene.
  4. Write descriptions for all your scenes.