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Ib leisure lessons 1&2
Ib leisure lessons 1&2
Ib leisure lessons 1&2
Ib leisure lessons 1&2
Ib leisure lessons 1&2
Ib leisure lessons 1&2
Ib leisure lessons 1&2
Ib leisure lessons 1&2
Ib leisure lessons 1&2
Ib leisure lessons 1&2
Ib leisure lessons 1&2
Ib leisure lessons 1&2
Ib leisure lessons 1&2
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  • 1. Leisure, Sport & Tourism IB Geography 2 hours Objective: 1. Is it easy to define leisure, tourism and sport as single activities or are they invariably interlinked? 2. What factors have led to a growth in these activities?
  • 2. Leisure
    • Free time when you are not in work, education or carrying out essential domestic activities and compulory activities e.g sleeping and eating.
    • However, do some people enjoy carrying out domestic activities. What about DIY?
    • Is free time really free? Or do social and economic forces package it as « leisure time » and offer you a host of (paid for) activities. If you have a free weekend, what sort of things might you do? How is this presented to you? Why do you feel it is leisure?
  • 3. Why do MEDC governments like to promote « Leisure Time » amongst their populations?
    • In less than 50 words, write down why you think governments try to promote the leisure industry? Surely, a person not at work is therefore not productive??
  • 4. Recreation Time
    • A leisure time activity undertaken voluntarily and for enjoyment. It includes individual persuits, organised outings and events, and non paid (non professional) sports.
    • When do people tend to enjoy recreation time?
  • 5. Changes in social ideologies since the 1930’s ….. Is this recreation??
  • 6. What sort of recreation activities are available to people in Toulouse?
  • 7. … and in the Amazon Rainforest
  • 8. Tourism
    • Travel away from home for at least one night for the purpose of leisure .
    • Note that this definition excludes day trippers. There are many possible subdivisions of tourism. Subgroups include: ⋅ ecotourism—tourism focusing on the natural environment and local communities ⋅ heritage tourism—tourism based on a historic legacy (landscape feature, historic building or event) as its major attraction ⋅ sustainable tourism—tourism that conserves primary tourist resources and supports the livelihoods and culture of local people.
  • 9. Can you spot the links between leisure, sport and tourism here?
  • 10. Sport
    • A physical activity with a set of rules and customs. The activity may be competitive.
  • 11. National TV image of SA
  • 12. South Africa – Message to the World
  • 13. 10 Mark Essay Question
    • With example case studies, describe the difficulties of trying to define leisure, sport and tourism.
    • 1 hr timed piece of work
    • Using pages 19-21 of Tourism & Recreation – Jane Dove – .
    • Discuss the influence of accessibility, changes in technology, affluence and any other trends upon LST.
  • 14.