Leisure and Tourism lessons and activitiesQuick View
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Leisure and Tourism lessons and activities

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The Ecotourism 'cards' are to be used with the Machu Pichu presentation as a case study in good sustainable tourism. they don't need to be cut up - students could just write on the sheet as it is. The Maps presentation is a useful tool for talking through the 25 destinations that students need to learn for the OCR course. I find it helps if they have some geographical knowledge of where these places are. The sample questions can then be used to test students knowledge of the desitinations and to give them an idea of what to expect in their exam.
Leisure and Tourism eBook: Unit 4Quick View
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Leisure and Tourism eBook: Unit 4

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Use these resources as part of a series of notes in the form of an e-book, with interactive activities and teachers’ guide to coincide with the WJEC GCSE Leisure and Tourism course. For more materials relating to this resource, please visit the NGfL site, linked below.
Essay Questions - French  AS - A Level - Travel - Tourism - Work - Leisure - Culture - HeritageQuick View
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Essay Questions - French AS - A Level - Travel - Tourism - Work - Leisure - Culture - Heritage

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Who it is for : Teachers wanting to practice essay questions with their students examining for AS Level and A Level with CIE. What is included : Word document with a total of 9 essay questions on: Travel and tourism Work and leisure Cultural and Heritage Why it is useful: This topic has come in many exam papers for AS Level. You can use the questions for essays but they can also be used as questions for a debate or a speaking activity. Learning Objectives: Arrange your ideas into a coherent plan Use keywords about this topic Demonstrate writing/speaking skills about this topic Curriculum : CIE mostly I hope you will enjoy this resource! Please leave a review and/or rate it if you download it :)
Introduction to Travel and Tourism IndustryQuick View
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Introduction to Travel and Tourism Industry

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These useful industry developed worksheets supplement the first unit of the GTTP Passport resource which introduces learners to the structure of the global travel and tourism industry. Students will be provided with a framework to analyze the Travel & Tourism industry structure based on the eight basic decisions that travellers must make and will be introduced to a variety of learning approaches, including individual research and team project work
Leisure and Tourism international DestinationsQuick View
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Leisure and Tourism international Destinations

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I created this as a Christmas activity for my GCSE L&T group but it can be adapted for any time of the year. It was challenging and students worked in pairs. There was opportunity for pair/share activities and group discussion. It is possible to complete this exercise within a double period (i.e. 2 x 50 minutes) at pace.
Advantages of Quarries: Leisure and TourismQuick View
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Advantages of Quarries: Leisure and Tourism

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A collection of photos from Capernwray dive centre in Carnforth, Lancashire. The disused quarry is now popular with swimmers (especially training for triathalon and English Channel swims) and scuba divers throughout the year, as well as having changing facilities and a restaurant. Feel free to use these photos with your students as part of your geography lesson on the benefits of quarries as places for leisure and recreation. Please leave me a review and I will send you any other resource of your choice for free (contact me: office@oceansproject.com). Check out my other resources at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/sarah277 Let me know if you have any resource requests and I will tailor make a resource for you.
Jobs available in Sport, Leisure and Tourism - Careers informationQuick View
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Jobs available in Sport, Leisure and Tourism - Careers information

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Careers information in the area of Sport, Leisure and tourism. AIR CABIN CREW AIRLINE CUSTOMER SERVICE AGENT CINEMA-THEATRE ATTENDANT FITNESS INSTRUCTOR FOOTBALL COACH HEALTH TRAINER HOTEL PORTER HOTEL PORTER HOTEL RECEPTIONIST MUSEUM ASSISTANT OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES INSTRUCTOR PLAYWORKER SPORTS COACH SWIMMING POOL TECHNICIAN TRAVEL AGENT Information to help inform student choices and to discuss skills, qualifications and behaviours needed.