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  • 1. Case study of a National Park: the Lake District Learning Objectives; 1. To understand what the impacts of tourism are on an upland area. 2. To know how tourism is managed 3. To understand what conflicts and opportunities result from tourism in an upland area. LO: The impacts, management, conflicts and opportunities of tourism in an upland UK area.
  • 2. Photo task: Who visits the Lake District and why? • Look at the next three photos and think about who the lake district would appeal to and why? LO: The impacts, management, conflicts and opportunities of tourism in an upland UK area.
  • 3. Who goes there and why? • Who does the lake district appeal to and why? LO: The impacts, management, conflicts and opportunities of tourism in an upland UK area.
  • 4. The Lake District • So where is it? LO: The impacts, management, conflicts and opportunities of tourism in an upland UK area.
  • 5. 1. Why did tourism grow in the Lake District 1. In 1951 it became a national park, preserving some of the most stunning scenery in the UK. 2. In the 1950’s and 60’s Wainwright wrote a guide books about the Lakes which attracted people to explore the area. 3. Accessibility, large urban areas like Manchester and Liverpool are easy drives to the Lakes. 4. Opportunities to walk up some of Britain's highest mountains e.g. Cat Bells 5. Beatrix Potters family had a summer holiday home (Hill Top Farm) in the Lake District LO: The impacts, management, conflicts and opportunities of tourism in an upland UK area.
  • 6. Lake District National Park Case Study - Jigsaw Game! • In your group; – 1. Read your pages from the text book. – 2. Tell me what it is about – get it checked out! – 3. Make notes on it on your A3 sheet. Group Letter Topic Pages Where on A3 sheet A Negative Impacts of tourism 307-8 Column 2 B Tourism management strategies – Traffic and property prices 308-9 Column 3 C Tourism management strategies –Honeypot management and environmental issues 308-9 Column 3 D Conflicts and opportunities from tourism 309 Column 4 LO: The impacts, management, conflicts and opportunities of tourism in an upland UK area.
  • 7. Lake District National Park Case Study - Jigsaw Game! • Now in your groups number yourself 1-4. • Get together with your other new numbers and swap information! LO: The impacts, management, conflicts and opportunities of tourism in an upland UK area.
  • 8. Case study of a National Park: the Lake District (p306)
  • 9. Just a minute • Topic of; Managing tourism in the Lake District LO: The impacts, management, conflicts and opportunities of tourism in an upland UK area.