Should tourism in Asia be encouraged?
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adamac1

Should tourism in Asia be encouraged?

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This is a KS3 lesson taught as part of my SOLAP/SOW of Asia. The lesson focuses upon a country case study of an EDC- Thailand. It includes: The location of Thailand Graph interpretation question Why people go to Thailand The advantages and disadvantages of tourism in Thailand GCSE question based upon the impacts of tourism All resources necessary are included.
UK Tourism
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mrgeography333

UK Tourism

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A lesson focusing on different places in the UK and the push and pull factors that affect the areas. Students will then assume the role of working for the council in a DME at the end of the lesson.
Reducing the Gap: Tourism in Jamaica
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markthegeographer

Reducing the Gap: Tourism in Jamaica

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You will need the Oxford GCSE Geography textbook, AQA. This lesson contains a differentiated a3 worksheet for the pupils to workthrough using the textbook. There is a variety of tasks that the pupils can choose from and some video clips on Jamaica to give the pupils a brief insight into the island.
Tourism in the Arctic
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MatthewJS

Tourism in the Arctic

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A lesson designed to teach students about the various tourist activities in the Arctic and the potential positive or negative impacts this may have on the area. I used this lesson with a low mixed ability year 7 class. The lesson contains differentiated resources and a structured homework task (to design a postcard for the Arctic).
Tourism
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Emsie125

Tourism

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Homework is a difficult part of the job that very few get right, including myself. I designed this homework sheet so that all students in year 7 can access homework when we were completing the topic tourism. The homework sheet consists of 6 tasks, 3 of which students must complete. They are given 6 weeks to do all three tasks, which is about the duration of the topic. This fits in with my departments homework policy which is to provide one piece of homework every two weeks. The sheet can be easily adapted to fit your schools/departments own homework policy.
Tourism
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gbok

Tourism

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This worksheet traces the growth and reasons for mass tourism from 1950s
Tourism in Antarctica
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JodiP

Tourism in Antarctica

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The pupils look at whether tourism in Antarctica is possible and what effect it will have on the animals, the wilderness and the climate. Pupils use the computers to research their project. They usually enjoy this!
IGCSE Economic Development - Tourism
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thisisgeography

IGCSE Economic Development - Tourism

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4 part lesson series for the Cambridge IGCSE module Economic Development. This is the Tourism section of the module which is taught alongside Food Production, Water, Energy, Industry, Development and Environmental Risks of Development. Specifically designed for the new IGCSE. All lesson are for 50 minutes to 1 hour of teaching time. Includes supporting worksheets for lessons - no additional resources are required. All lessons have a starter and lesson aim. Extension tasks also included. All PowerPoints in the same signature style. Lesson sequence: 1 - Growth of tourism 2 - Pros and cons of tourism growth 3 - Eco tourism 4 - Tourism case study (Jamaica) All other modules in the series available, alongside Themes 1 and 2. For more resources visit This is Geography. Full SoW for all new GCSE specifications - AQA, Edexcel, OCR, CIE IGCSE, Edexcel IGCSE and Eduqas. As well as over 200 lessons for KS3 and KS2. Want something bespoke designing? Email us for further details info@thisisgeography.co.uk
Tourism or Not
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k.maiden

Tourism or Not

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A case study about a fictional island asking students to evaluate the environmental, social and economic repercussions of developing it into a tourist resort.
Travel and Tourism - National Policy
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HDLouise

Travel and Tourism - National Policy

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1.3 Identify the role of national governments in forming tourism policy and promotion (a) The role of national and regional tourist boards This PP includes starter, main activity and plenary focused around the role of national governments in forming tourism policy and promotion. There is also an additional slide that could be used as a homework or as an additional activity to ensure sufficient pace to lesson.
Eco tourism in Jamaica
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atoorneini

Eco tourism in Jamaica

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Fully resourced lesson where students describe advantages of ecotourism, explain how ecotourism in benefits the environment, the local economy and the lives of local people, and evaluate the effectiveness of ecotourism in Jamaica.
Travel & Tourism
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sallott

Travel & Tourism

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This lesson introduces tourism and what it means. It then goes onto look at different destinations in the UK and why people might visit these different places.