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    • Lake District Case Study of tourism management 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.
    • Check what you have is correct? (p306)
    • Evaluation – How effective do you think these strategies are?
    • What about the future of the Lake District? • Read the handout through, what has been proposed for the future?
    • So where is the Lake District on the Butler Tourism model & why?
    • Your Turn! • BBC Special Report on tourism in the Lake District, focusing on one of how tourism is being managed (include some background info like why it developed as a tourist destination, negative impacts of tourism, etc.) • It needs to include; – Specific facts and pieces of information (e.g. Cat Bells, Hill Top Farm, etc.) • Here’s my example;
    • BBC Special Report Welcome to Windermere in the Lake District, Britain's most popular National Park. Its rolling hills, glistening Lakes and cultural attractions make it the ideal place for any tourist. It is no surprise that Beatrix Potter’s family regularly used to come to Hill Top Farm behind me. However the Lake District is being managed to make it attractive for the future too. I’ve been out today with some of the people who….
    • Your Turn! • BBC Special Report on tourism in the Lake District, focusing on one of how tourism is being managed (include some background info like why it developed as a tourist destination, negative impacts of tourism, etc.) • It needs to include; – Specific facts and pieces of information (e.g. Cat Bells, Hill Top Farm, etc.) • Here’s my example;
    • Exam Question • Using an example that you have studied evaluate the management strategies that are in place to protect an area of outstanding natural beauty. (8 marks) • What is the command word? • What does evaluate mean? • How many specifics do I need? • How many strategies should I look at? LO: The impacts, management, conflicts and opportunities of tourism in an upland UK area.