In the essay, among the details to include are an  accurate
description of how to get to the site,  a thorough description of the
site that appeals
to at least four of the reader's senses,  some background/historical
information about the site (you'll have to research this),  reminders to
readers about what supplies to bring to enhance their enjoyment of the
site, and  your opinions/feelings about the site.
* If you can obtain them, include a picture of the site to include with your essay.
Suggested Length: 500 words = 2 double-spaced typed pages
Audience: A worldwide internet audience--specifically, write this for people who want to find out about points of interest on Oahu but who have only a limited knowledge of our Island. The piece you produce will become part of an Internet World Wide Web page.
Purpose: To inform your audience about the site so that they can find their way to it; have an idea of what they might see, hear, smell, taste and feel there; and know what to bring along with them.
Format: Modern Language Association format: double-spaced, one- inch margins, proper headings and page numbering.
What would make for a superb essay? An excellent piece would be stimulating, descriptive, and presented in a logical way for your audience. After reading your piece, readers should have a clear understanding of where the site is, what it is like, what to bring along, and what you think of it.
Sharing day 1: Wed 4/1
Sharing day 2: Wed 4/8
Submit final for grading: Mon 4/13