1. TOURISM BOOK 2:
2. BUSINESS TRAVEL.
- Business travel terms.
- Describing dimension, capacity and facilities;
- Conferences and exhibitions;
- Grammar Point: Gerunds and infinitives.
3. TOURISM BOOK 3:
- National Tourism Organizations (NTOs);
- Designing a trade fair stand;
- Running meetings;
- Preparing a market profile;
- Grammar Point: Reported speech.
5. MANAGING TOUR OPERATIONS:
- Tour operations and contracts;
- Degrees of future probability;
- The vocabulary of on- line travel sales distribution;
- Information and communication technologies and travel distribution;
- Formal and informal registers in professional e-mails;
- Preparing and introducing presentations;
- Grammar Point: Relative clauses.
7. THE IMPACTS OF TOURISM:
- Global warming and tourism in the Arctic;
- Classifying the impacts of tourism;
- Turn taking and making your point in discussions;
- How to contrast and reinforce arguments;
- Writing guidelines for low-impact tourism.
8. EVENTS MANAGEMENT:
- Explaining and defining;
- Events organizer job description;
- Trouble shooting;
- Organizing a fam. trip;
- Briefing and clarifying arrangements;
- Work experience.
9. SUSTAINABLE TOURISM:
- Ecotourism and the sustainable development of tourism;
- Minimizing the tourism footprint;
- Presenting guidelines to ecotourism operators;
- Writing commands and requests without causing offence;
- Sending and internal memo about sustainable policies.
The main evaluation for this course is in March with the Continuous Global Exam.
The system of Continuous Evaluation for this course is only possible for students with 80% attendance before the March exam
The Final Continuous Evaluation in March consists of:
A) The Continuous Global Exam: 15% Oral Exam
: 45% Written Exam
This exam includes all the work covered throughout the year, October to March.
B) Evaluated exercises, tests, tasks and student participation: 20%
C) The Presentation mark: 20% (This part of the evaluation must be repeated in the Re-sit exam if the minimum mark (5/10) is not achieved)
The students who fail the Continuous Global Evaluation Exam will be re-evaluated in the Continuous Global Re-sit Exam, which covers the study period October to March and follows the same percentage evaluation.
*If the student passes the Presentation part of the Final Continuous Evaluation but fails the Continuous Global Exam (written /oral) his / her Presentation mark will be saved for the Global Re-sit Exam (for that year ONLY).
The students who choose the Continuous Evaluation at the beginning of the course and do not attend 80% of the classes, will sit a specific Global exam in March. This evaluation will be more extensive and will continue to include the exercises, tasks, tests and student participation.
The students who choose the Global Evaluation at the beginning of the course or are EXEMPT from classes, must sit the General Global Exam. This exam includes all the work covered throughout the course from October to March and does not include evaluation for exercises, tasks, tests or student participation.
In addition, to qualify for the Global Evaluation system, the student must complete a piece/ pieces of work set by the teacher.
The General Global Exam consists of:
- Oral Exam -15%
- Written Exam -65%
- Presentation – 20%
Due to the extent of the content to be examined, the duration of the General Global Exam will be longer than that of the Continuous Global Exam.
The students who fail the General Global Exam will be re-evaluated in the General Global Re-sit Exam.