Tourism and Sport at the International Scale

Tourism and Sport at the International Scale

These learning activities cover everything in the IB guide for this topic. Lesson plans include resources to use on an interactive whiteboard and worksheets to print. The pages have full student access to give maximum flexibility to the teacher and the student. There are theoretical notes for extended reading and teacher notes at the top that provide timing information lesson objectives and activity instructions

Niche Tourism

This page provides a range of activities to examine niche tourism. It begins by introducing niche tourism through a classification activity. Students then develop an understanding of three types of niche...

The Role of TNCs

Ths page develops first the variety of TNCs involved in the expanding tourist destinations, including aviation companies, travel companies, cruise liners and hotel chains. Students examine the impact...

TNCs and the Costs and Benefits for Different Stakeholders

This page examines the costs and benefits of TNCs on different stakeholders. It begins by asking students to examine the interests of different stakeholders. It then develops detailed content through...

Tourism as a National Development Strategy

This page introduces the reasons why and the ways governments can develop tourism as an international strategy. It first uses a number of maps and graphics to examine global and national patterns in relation...

International Sporting Events

This page introduces the political, economic cultural factors that affect the hosting of major international events. It examines it from two perspectives. Firstly how countries are chosen to host and...

The South African Football World Cup 2010

This page provides a comprehensive set of resources that examine the costs and benefits of the South African Football World Cup in 2010. The case study put the spot light on a continent, often overlooked...

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