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Mocks – Common Errors Urban Q3 – Use Figure 3 – refer to it…Q4 – Case Study? Use best one with most             info = EXE...
Mass tourism – good or        bad?By the end of the lesson you willhave evaluated the good and badpoints to mass tourism a...
When…?   Where…?What…?Who…?             Why…?
What does...• Mass tourism mean?
Copy out the following definitions.Mass tourism refers to a large number ofvisitors, often on package holidays withaccommo...
Explain how this picture sums up mass               tourism.
What are the good and bad   points about mass tourism?• Working in pairs, try and fill out YOUR  own ideas first in the ta...
What about?•   Brings in money•   Creates jobs for local people – increases income of industries that supply tourism•   Yo...
Case Study 2Tourism in an LEDC - Kenya
LION          SAFARILANDROVER   TOURISTS
Location• Kenya is in East Africa. It is an LEDC.  It has environments that attract  tourists, for example game parks and ...
What attracts people to Kenya?• Watch the film and jot down any  ATTRACTIONS – physical or human?
Links to Kenya.....• Card sort activity....
What is the future?• Reducing the negative impacts of  tourism?• Walking / horseback trails instead of car safaris (reduce...
Homework,due: Wednesday 16th            Feb.• You are on holiday in Kenya. Write an e-mail  OR post card to me, describing...
Case Study Skill:      A      t      t      r      a      c      t      i      o      n      s    Location info.
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  1. 1. Mocks – Common Errors Urban Q3 – Use Figure 3 – refer to it…Q4 – Case Study? Use best one with most info = EXETERQ8 – SITE AND SERVICE / SELF HELP – key words…Tourism – Q1 – Pattern – use of FIGURES? Q4 – 6 stages of the Butler model… Q5 – Lakes – structure your answer…. Skills – ruler?
  2. 2. Mass tourism – good or bad?By the end of the lesson you willhave evaluated the good and badpoints to mass tourism and linked these to KENYA.
  3. 3. When…? Where…?What…?Who…? Why…?
  4. 4. What does...• Mass tourism mean?
  5. 5. Copy out the following definitions.Mass tourism refers to a large number ofvisitors, often on package holidays withaccommodation and travel included going to one destination. (Development / Consolidation phase)Ecotourism involved protecting theenvironment and the way of life of localpeople.
  6. 6. Explain how this picture sums up mass tourism.
  7. 7. What are the good and bad points about mass tourism?• Working in pairs, try and fill out YOUR own ideas first in the table....• Lets share them!• What about.......
  8. 8. What about?• Brings in money• Creates jobs for local people – increases income of industries that supply tourism• Young people are likely to stay• Improved roads, communications and infrastructure• Money from tourism reinvested into community projects• Money from tourism reinvested into protecting the environment.• Profit is kept by large foreign travel companies, rather than helping the local economy• Jobs are badly paid and seasonal• Traffic congestion• Behaviour of tourists can offend local people – drunkness, clothing, etc• Green house gases from air travel = global warming• Increase litter / pollution• Destruction of local habitats, e.g. game parks / coral reefs
  9. 9. Case Study 2Tourism in an LEDC - Kenya
  10. 10. LION SAFARILANDROVER TOURISTS
  11. 11. Location• Kenya is in East Africa. It is an LEDC. It has environments that attract tourists, for example game parks and the coast.• It’s economy benefits from tourism because of foreign exchange (over 20% of all foreign earnings). Kenya is becoming more developed. Richer Catalyst for other industries More jobs e.g. transport, communications
  12. 12. What attracts people to Kenya?• Watch the film and jot down any ATTRACTIONS – physical or human?
  13. 13. Links to Kenya.....• Card sort activity....
  14. 14. What is the future?• Reducing the negative impacts of tourism?• Walking / horseback trails instead of car safaris (reduces pollution / congestion)• White water rafting instead of damaging safaris• Limit number of people visiting sensitive areas, e.g. coral reefs• Providing bins to reduce litter“Maintaining” tourism?1. Kenya has launched an advertising campaign in Russia2. An airstrip is planned for Ruma National Park – more accessible. £8million planned to improve roads, bridges and airstrips.3. Visa fees were cut by 50% - cheaper to visit. Scrapped for under 16s – family holiday…..
  15. 15. Homework,due: Wednesday 16th Feb.• You are on holiday in Kenya. Write an e-mail OR post card to me, describing what it is like, what you have done, etc.• Use the following address: www.magicalkenya.com to visit the Kenyan Tourist boards web site to get info.• E-mail to: mrgrant.g3@gmail.com• Put g3blog in subject
  16. 16. Case Study Skill: A t t r a c t i o n s Location info.
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