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Yr11 tourism-lesson 3-butler model-rev-2011

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    • 1. What’s for starters … ?
    • 2. Testing times … ! Task:• Attempt this examination question.• Be prepared to share your ideas with a partner.• You have 3 minutes
    • 3. Exam question(a) Look at Figure 6a. It shows different types of holiday. (i) Complete Figure 6a to describe the types of holiday shown. (3)Dist peer assessment-ws / Students swap answers &Complete peer assessment task / what learnt?
    • 4. What is today’s lesson objective? To understand the life-cycle of a tourist resortStudents note in planners
    • 5. How will I achieve today’s lesson objective? You must:• Be able to identify the physical & human attractions of a tourist resort You should:• Be able to work in pairs to complete Butler’s life cycle of a tourist resort. You could:• Be able to apply your understanding to a living graph about Blackpool.
    • 6. How might holiday resorts develop over time? Task:• Watch the following clip and write down: a) the Physical & Human Attractions of the resort b) How might it be different now & why?
    • 7. Blackpool (1960) How might holiday resorts develop over time?Task:b) How might it be different now & why?
    • 8. How will I achieve today’s lesson objective? You must:• Be able to identify the physical & human attractions of a tourist resort You should:• Be able to work in pairs to complete Butler’s life cycle of a tourist resort. You could:• Be able to apply your understanding to a living graph about Blackpool.
    • 9. What is the Butler Model? Key Idea:• In 1980, R.W. Butler developed a geographical model for resort development.• The model has seven stages which he believes resorts go through as they become tourist destinations.• This model can be applied to many tourist destinations in both HICs and LICs.
    • 10. 7 Rejuvenation 5 Stagnation 6 DeclineWhat is 4 ConsolidationButler’smodel? 3 Development 2 Involvement 1 Exploration
    • 11. How can Geography explain the rise & fall of a tourist resort?: Butler’s Life Cycle of a Tourist Resort: 5 2 3 7 4 1 6
    • 12. Geography in Action!Applying the Butler model to:
    • 13. How can Butler explain thedevelopment ofBlackpool as atourist resort?
    • 14. Examiner’s ReportDiscuss likely comment & reveal
    • 15. Task:• Complete the examination past paper question• Look at Fig 6 (p.290-291) to rank & select statements for your answer
    • 16. Plenary
    • 17. What was today’s lesson objective? To understand the life-cycle of a tourist resortStudents note in planners
    • 18. How did I achieve today’s lesson objective? You must:• Be able to identify the physical & human attractions of a tourist resort You should:• Be able to work in pairs to complete Butler’s life cycle of a tourist resort. You could:• Be able to apply your understanding to a living graph about Blackpool.
    • 19. Foggy?, Misty?, Clear?
    • 20. You have only………..
    • 21. Stage 1: Exploration• There are very few tourists and few facilities for them• Those who come are attracted by the quiet & undeveloped nature of the location.• There is much interaction between locals & tourists.• Tourism type: discovery or adventure.
    • 22. Stage 2: Involvement• Tourism numbers increase steadily, and facilities begin to be provided.• A tourism ‘season’ may be defined and low-key advertising may start.• There is pressure on local government to improve access and to be involved in the promotion of tourism.• Tourism type: independent travellers.
    • 23. Stage 3: Development• Numbers of tourists rise rapidly.• Up-to-date facilities are provided but are not run by local people. Tensions begin to build between locals and outsiders who have now taken control of the resorts development, with much change• Tourism type: early package holiday.
    • 24. Stage 4: Consolidation• Number of tourists increase but at a slower rate.• The pace of change slows.• Tourism type: package holidays
    • 25. Stage 5: Stagnation• The resort begins to lose its popularity due to changing fashions and ageing tourist facilities. The resort is working below its capacity.• Over-reliance on appeal of existing facilities e.g. ‘Pepsi Max Big One’ at the Pleasure Beach.• Tourism type: Cheap & old- fashioned package holidays.
    • 26. Stage 6: Decline• The resort offers nothing new.• Tourists get bored and go 6 elsewhere• There is high unemployment as many local people had jobs in the tourism industry.• Shops close down and the area looks neglected
    • 27. Stage 7: Rejuvenation• New attractions are 7 developed which gives the ageing resort an attractive USP (Unique Selling Point) or Niche market . For example, Blackpool’s Rejuvenation Project.• Loyal and new tourists arrive which ensures the survival of the resort.