Tourism Revision C Ord

A reminder of your lessons from the Tourism Unit in Geography. If you work through the exercises it will act as a good revision aid.

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CATT words (for `Explain' questions) Make a point and then use either Consequently, As a result, Therefore, This
means that...
Geography
Revision for Paper Two
Tourism
Why tourism has grown
What is a tourist? _______________________________________________________
What is a day-tripper? ___________________________________________________
What is a long-haul flight? ________________________________________________
What is a short-haul flight? _______________________________________________
What is a package holiday? _______________________________________________
Here are 3 reasons for growth in tourism ­ can you e
xplain why?
Complete the following sentences

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CATT words (for `Explain' questions) Make a point and then use either Consequently, As a result, Therefore, This
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Would you use a travel agent OR do it yourself?
Sort the advantages and disadvantages into the table above.…read more

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CATT words (for `Explain' questions) Make a point and then use either Consequently, As a result, Therefore, This
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Specialist Holidays
Tourists want different things from a holiday. They could have a special interest that they would like to
enjoy when they travel. Specialist holidays are based on particular interests or activities.
Match up the area of interest with the type of specialist holiday.…read more

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CATT words (for `Explain' questions) Make a point and then use either Consequently, As a result, Therefore, This
means that...
Antarctica ­ Threats to Cold Environments Case Study
(The world's largest desert and the world's driest place)
Read the information below. Use it to fill in the solutions in the table.
Human activity poses a risk to Antarctica's fragile environment.
Fishing Tourism Science bases
Fishing-disrupts the food chain. Can stress the wildlife.…read more

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CATT words (for `Explain' questions) Make a point and then use either Consequently, As a result, Therefore, This
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Before tourism After tourism
Remember the Butler model?
Butler's idea was that most tourist resorts go through a six stage cycle of tourism. He thought
that most tourist resorts start on a very small scale and got bigger and bigger until stagnation
occurs (becomes inactive).…read more

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CATT words (for `Explain' questions) Make a point and then use either Consequently, As a result, Therefore, This
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a village of 10,000 the holiday season outsiders coming into
people. ends. area.
Noise pollution and Young people living Noise from bars and Run-down areas may
air pollution. there can find work clubs disturbing local be landscaped and
without leaving the people. made attractive.
area.…read more

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CATT words (for `Explain' questions) Make a point and then use either Consequently, As a result, Therefore, This
means that...
Primary resources ­ natural resources (climate, scenery, culture, historical, religious).
Secondary resources ­ what has been put there by us (infrastructure, hotels, entertainment,
restaurants...)
Annotate the image below with primary and secondary resources.
Impact (effects) of tourism on Peru
Underline key information about the human impact of tourism on Aguas Calientes.
Machu Picchu in Peru has 500,000 visitors every
year.…read more

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CATT words (for `Explain' questions) Make a point and then use either Consequently, As a result, Therefore, This
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Sort into SEE and whether it is good or bad.…read more

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CATT words (for `Explain' questions) Make a point and then use either Consequently, As a result, Therefore, This
means that...
Countries develop (improve) at different rates. The gap between rich and poor countries
is widening ­ this is called the `development gap.'
How do we measure development?
Development was measured using GNI (Gross National Income) ­ this is adding together
all the money earned and dividing by the total number of people living in the country.…read more

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CATT words (for `Explain' questions) Make a point and then use either Consequently, As a result, Therefore, This
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A less developed country can make good use of its location, weather, scenery, beaches
and wildlife etc to attract tourists, which can help them to reduce the development gap.…read more

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Andrew Redhead

Great resource, thanks!

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