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Example
Limitation
Format: 6 marks (usually last question)
Sample questions
1) With reference to examples, assess the
effectiveness of how lo...
Marks allocation
• Level 1: 0 – 2 marks eg L1/1 , L1/2
• Level 2: 3 – 4 marks eg L2/3 , L2/4
• Level 3: 5 – 6 marks eg L3/...
Level 1: 0 – 2 marks
• Simple description of strengths and
limitations
• One sided answer
• No example given
• L1/1 : ONE ...
Groups (P) Strengths (E) Examples (E) Limitations (L)
Locals – A local
community is a
group of people
living in the
same t...
Groups (P) Strengths (E) Examples (E) Limitations (L)
Locals – A local
community is a
group of people
living in the
same t...
Level 2: 3 – 4 marks
• Detailed description of strengths and
limitations
• Two sided answer
• Examples are given
• L2/3 : ...
Groups (P) Strengths (E) Examples (E) Limitations (L)
Locals – A local
community is a
group of people
living in the
same t...
Groups (P) Strengths (E) Examples (E) Limitations (L)
Locals – A local
community is a
group of people
living in the
same t...
Level 2: 3 – 4 marks
• Detailed description of strengths and
limitations
• Two sided answer
• Examples are given
• L2/4 : ...
Groups (P) Strengths (E) Examples (E) Limitations (L)
Locals – A local
community is a
group of people
living in the
same t...
Groups (P) Strengths (E) Examples (E) Limitations (L)
Locals – A local
community is a
group of people
living in the
same t...
Level 3: 5 – 6 marks
• Very detailed description of strengths and
limitations
• Two sided answer
• Examples are given
• L3...
Groups (P) Strengths (E) Examples (E) Limitations (L)
Locals – A local
community is a
group of
people living in
the same
t...
With reference to examples, assess the effectiveness of how locals protect tourist areas.
L3/6 : L3/5 with well elaborated...
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  1. 1. Point Explain Example Limitation
  2. 2. Format: 6 marks (usually last question) Sample questions 1) With reference to examples, assess the effectiveness of how locals protect tourist areas. 2) Local communities should be the most responsible to protect tourist areas. Do you agree? Use examples to support. 3) Evaluate the extent that local communities should take responsibilities to preserve tourist sites.
  3. 3. Marks allocation • Level 1: 0 – 2 marks eg L1/1 , L1/2 • Level 2: 3 – 4 marks eg L2/3 , L2/4 • Level 3: 5 – 6 marks eg L3/5 , L3/6
  4. 4. Level 1: 0 – 2 marks • Simple description of strengths and limitations • One sided answer • No example given • L1/1 : ONE strength or ONE limitation of ONE group • L1/2 : ONE strength or ONE limitation of TWO groups
  5. 5. Groups (P) Strengths (E) Examples (E) Limitations (L) Locals – A local community is a group of people living in the same territory. Community based tourism makes locals a priority in employment and business opportunities. In Java (Indonesia), the Candirejo village had new jobs and businesses due to tourism. The locals may not have enough skilled labour such as managers and consultants that can successfully help to manage the impact of tourism. Tourists – They are visitors to the tourist sites and should respect the environment and people that they are visiting. Visitor spending can provide funds to conserve environments, preserve culture or maintain tourist attraction. In Sabah (Malaysia), the Sepilok Orang- Utan Rehabilitation Centre partly relies on visitor entry to pay their staff. The tourists might damage the tourist attractions such as littering and vandalism. With reference to examples, assess the effectiveness of how locals protect tourist areas. L1/1 : ONE strength or ONE limitation of ONE group
  6. 6. Groups (P) Strengths (E) Examples (E) Limitations (L) Locals – A local community is a group of people living in the same territory. Community based tourism makes locals a priority in employment and business opportunities. In Java (Indonesia), the Candirejo village had new jobs and businesses due to tourism. The locals may not have enough skilled labour such as managers and consultants that can successfully help to manage the impact of tourism. Tourists – They are visitors to the tourist sites and should respect the environment and people that they are visiting. Visitor spending can provide funds to conserve environments, preserve culture or maintain tourist attraction. In Sabah (Malaysia), the Sepilok Orang- Utan Rehabilitation Centre partly relies on visitor entry to pay their staff. The tourists might damage the tourist attractions such as littering and vandalism. With reference to examples, assess the effectiveness of how locals protect tourist areas. L1/2 : ONE strength or ONE limitation of TWO groups
  7. 7. Level 2: 3 – 4 marks • Detailed description of strengths and limitations • Two sided answer • Examples are given • L2/3 : ONE strength & ONE limitation of ONE group with ONE example
  8. 8. Groups (P) Strengths (E) Examples (E) Limitations (L) Locals – A local community is a group of people living in the same territory. Community based tourism makes locals a priority in employment and business opportunities. In Java (Indonesia), the Candirejo village had new jobs and businesses due to tourism. The locals may not have enough skilled labour such as managers and consultants that can successfully help to manage the impact of tourism. Tourists – They are visitors to the tourist sites and should respect the environment and people that they are visiting. Visitor spending can provide funds to conserve environments, preserve culture or maintain tourist attraction. In Sabah (Malaysia), the Sepilok Orang- Utan Rehabilitation Centre partly relies on visitor entry to pay their staff. The tourists might damage the tourist attractions such as littering and vandalism. With reference to examples, assess the effectiveness of how locals protect tourist areas. L2/3 : ONE strength & ONE limitation of ONE group with ONE example
  9. 9. Groups (P) Strengths (E) Examples (E) Limitations (L) Locals – A local community is a group of people living in the same territory. Community based tourism makes locals a priority in employment and business opportunities. In Java (Indonesia), the Candirejo village had new jobs and businesses due to tourism. The locals may not have enough skilled labour such as managers and consultants that can successfully help to manage the impact of tourism. Tourists – They are visitors to the tourist sites and should respect the environment and people that they are visiting. Visitor spending can provide funds to conserve environments, preserve culture or maintain tourist attraction. In Sabah (Malaysia), the Sepilok Orang- Utan Rehabilitation Centre partly relies on visitor entry to pay their staff. The tourists might damage the tourist attractions such as littering and vandalism. With reference to examples, assess the effectiveness of how locals protect tourist areas. L2/3 : ONE strength & ONE limitation of TWO groups with TWO examples
  10. 10. Level 2: 3 – 4 marks • Detailed description of strengths and limitations • Two sided answer • Examples are given • L2/4 : ONE strength & ONE limitation of TWO groups with TWO examples
  11. 11. Groups (P) Strengths (E) Examples (E) Limitations (L) Locals – A local community is a group of people living in the same territory. Community based tourism makes locals a priority in employment and business opportunities. In Java (Indonesia), the Candirejo village had new jobs and businesses due to tourism. The locals may not have enough skilled labour such as managers and consultants that can successfully help to manage the impact of tourism. Tourists – They are visitors to the tourist sites and should respect the environment and people that they are visiting. Visitor spending can provide funds to conserve environments, preserve culture or maintain tourist attraction. In Sabah (Malaysia), the Sepilok Orang- Utan Rehabilitation Centre partly relies on visitor entry to pay their staff. The tourists might damage the tourist attractions such as littering and vandalism. With reference to examples, assess the effectiveness of how locals protect tourist areas. L2/4 : ONE strength & ONE limitation of TWO groups with TWO examples
  12. 12. Groups (P) Strengths (E) Examples (E) Limitations (L) Locals – A local community is a group of people living in the same territory. Community based tourism makes locals a priority in employment and business opportunities. In Java (Indonesia), the Candirejo village had new jobs and businesses due to tourism. The locals may not have enough skilled labour such as managers and consultants that can successfully help to manage the impact of tourism. Tourists – They are visitors to the tourist sites and should respect the environment and people that they are visiting. Visitor spending can provide funds to conserve environments, preserve culture or maintain tourist attraction. In Sabah (Malaysia), the Sepilok Orang- Utan Rehabilitation Centre partly relies on visitor entry to pay their staff. The tourists might damage the tourist attractions such as littering and vandalism. With reference to examples, assess the effectiveness of how locals protect tourist areas. L2/4 : ONE strength & ONE limitation of TWO groups with TWO examples
  13. 13. Level 3: 5 – 6 marks • Very detailed description of strengths and limitations • Two sided answer • Examples are given • L3/5 : ONE strength & ONE limitation of TWO groups with TWO examples • L3/6 : L3/5 with well elaborated CONCLUSION
  14. 14. Groups (P) Strengths (E) Examples (E) Limitations (L) Locals – A local community is a group of people living in the same territory. Community based tourism makes locals a priority in employment and business opportunities. They also benefit economically from tourism. In Java (Indonesia), the Candirejo village had new jobs and businesses due to tourism. There were 63 new jobs, 5 new business as well as 12.5 % increase in income from 2001 to 2003. The locals may not have enough skilled labour such as managers and consultants that can successfully help to manage the impact of tourism. Therefore, they may need to seek help of NGOs to provide training. Tourists – They are visitors to the tourist sites and should respect the environment and people that they are visiting. Visitor spending can provide funds to conserve environments, preserve culture or maintain tourist attraction. Such visitor spending can include entrance fees or the purchase of souvenirs. In Sabah (Malaysia), the Sepilok Orang-Utan Rehabilitation Centre partly relies on visitor entry to pay their staff. The centre rehabilitate Orang-Utans that have been orphaned or injured. The tourists might damage the tourist attractions such as littering and vandalism. For example, thousands of stones and bricks of Great Wall of China are covered with graffiti. With reference to examples, assess the effectiveness of how locals protect tourist areas. L3/5 : L2/4 + More details
  15. 15. With reference to examples, assess the effectiveness of how locals protect tourist areas. L3/6 : L3/5 with well elaborated CONCLUSION CONCLUSION - Suggestion to improve limitations (must be logical and relevant) In conclusion, locals are largely effective in protection of the tourist areas. However they will need to improve on their labour skills in conservation and preservation of the environment so that they are capable to manage the tourism impacts successfully. Groups (P) Strengths (E) Examples (E) Limitations (L) Locals – A local community is a group of people living in the same territory. Community based tourism makes locals a priority in employment and business opportunities. They also benefit economically from tourism. In Java (Indonesia), the Candirejo village had new jobs and businesses due to tourism. There were 63 new jobs, 5 new business as well as 12.5 % increase in income from 2001 to 2003. The locals may not have enough skilled labour such as managers and consultants that can successfully help to manage the impact of tourism. Therefore, they may need to seek help of NGOs to provide training. Tourists – They are visitors to the tourist sites and should respect the environment and people that they are visiting. Visitor spending can provide funds to conserve environments, preserve culture or maintain tourist attraction. Such visitor spending can include entrance fees or the purchase of souvenirs. In Sabah (Malaysia), the Sepilok Orang-Utan Rehabilitation Centre partly relies on visitor entry to pay their staff. The centre rehabilitate Orang-Utans that have been orphaned or injured. The tourists might damage the tourist attractions such as littering and vandalism. For example, thousands of stones and bricks of Great Wall of China are covered with graffiti.
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