The second task is important as it will help you to trace the way of the stolen white elephant. We are expecting the telegrams from the detectives to begin to arrive at any moment now...
You should read the second part of the story and mark the places at the map
which could help you to find the elephant and the robbers.
Be attentive, some information from the telegrams doesn't pertain to our case.
Some geographical names from the story might be the result of the author's
imagination or no longer exist, so you can't find them in the real maps.
You should use your fantasy and critical thinking in order to create a map.
Create an interactive map.
You should read the second part of the story, study the facts from the detectives' telegrams thoroughly and present a map of the stolen white elephant's itinerary. The map should include the points with the names of places where the elephant was actually seen, an approximate time of his presence there and a short description of its actions.
Different web-mapping services (maps.yandex.ru, maps.google.com, etc.), or any services for creating interactive images (e.g. www.thinglink.com, etc.) might be helpful to create the interactive map. The map must be replaced on your team's page and be available to any Internet user. At copying any content from the Internet the reference is obligatory.
Your Interactive map will be assessed on the following criteria: