Managing Tourism and Sport for the Future

Managing Tourism and Sport into the Future

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

Consequences of Unsustainable Tourism

This page examines the characteristics and impacts of unsustainable tourism on rural and urban hotspots. It focuses on an in-depth example in Iceland, looking at first at the national scale and then focusing...

Sustainable Tourism and Ecotourism

This page first asks students to explore the meaning of sustainable tourism as well as its challenges to define. Student can then work with an series of examples and they graph its sustainability based...

Sustainable Tourism in Madagascar

This page introduced an in-depth case study of sustainable tourism in Madagascar. It deals with both the challenge of developing tourism sustainably with its broad definition as well as tokenism problems...

Tourism in the Future

This pages examines factors influencing future international tourism. It covers 2 lessons of teaching on how social media is playing increasing role in the organization and experiences of tourism activities....

Political and Cultural Influence on International Sport Participation

This page provides a range of political and cultural focuses on international sport based on some of its biggest challenges and opportunities. Key issues concern corruption in different forms, including,...

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