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TOURISM FUNDAMENTALS
I. GENERAL INFORMATION

1.1 I.2 I.3 I.4 I.5 I.6 I.7 I.8 I.9 I.10 I.11 I.12 I.13

Faculty Professional School Curricular Area Cycle : Semester : Course Code : Pre requisite Nature Credits Duration : Weekly hours Lecturer : E-mail :

: : : III 2011 -

Education and Foreign Languages Foreign Language Professional Formation I

: None : : 4 17 weeks : 4 H.T: 2 H.P: 2 Lic. Merari Y. Carrera Chaln. meraryc21_86@hotmail.com

II. Justification This course is aimed to those SS who want to have and increase all the knowledge related to tourism, to understand the structure, its dimensions, and all the branches about it, Also SS will be able to notice the importance of tourism in the world, in their country and in their region. This course is considered optional as a workshop for the SS from III, IV, and V, also this course provides SS with the language, information, and skills for three different aspects of the tourism industry: promoting and selling tourism products, dealing with tourists on holiday. During the course, SS will discover the importance of the great cultures, and how they can manage these contents, and how they can apply them in their Professional career.

III. Competence:
The Students develop a domain of the different terms related to Tourism, understand and analyze the evolution and the principal components of Tourism, participating actively and working in groups. Identify and know about the advantages and disadvantages in Tourism. The students participate in discussions, presentations, and readings about how children, adolescents and adults learn, and also what is the teachers role, etc.

Specific Competence
Action Object Purpose Understand and analyze the evolution and the principal components of Tourism, participating actively and working in groups. Quality Condition SS, participate in discussions, presentations and readings.

Develop

A domain of the different terms related to tourism.

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IV.

Transversal Topics Peruvians quality life and social responsability


Democracy and citizen participation. Education in values and personal fulfillment. Environmental awareness and education for risk management. Intercultural and diversity.

V.

Academic Programme Fundamental Knowledge


Acquiring knowledge .Tourism. Definitions . Historical evolution of Tourism. .Tourism in the world . Tourism in Peru . The Great Cultures . Importance of the Tourism service. . Tour Operators . Transport in tourism . Accommodation .Reservation and sales . Airport departures Knowing how to do Knowing what is Evidence

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Design Elaborate Apply Brochures

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Assertive Persevering Work in groups Responsible

. A comparative chart . Brochures . Interviews

Unit I
5.1 Title: Introduction to Tourism

Pedagogie s

Competence

Skills

Attitudes

Contents
. Tourism and some definitions. . Tourism evolution. . Tourism in the world .Tourism in Peru

. Identify the different kind of Tourism in Peru

. Understand and explain the tourism evolution, the importance of it.

. Understand and explain the tourism evolution, the. Tolerant. importance of it and. Responsibility its evolution in the. Punctuality world. . SS take a .Analyze thechallenge. different kind of Tourism in Peru.

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Week
1

Content
Introducing to the course, presenting the syllabus. Diagnostic Evaluation

Date
28/03/2011 01/04/2011

. Tourism and some definitions. . Tourism evolution. . Tourism in the world

04/04/2011 08/04/2011 11/04/2011 15/04/2011 18/04/2011 22/04/2011 25/04/2011 29/04/2011 02/05/2011

3 4 5 6

. Tourism in Peru Presentation about Tourism in the world. I Partial Evaluation

UNIT II: 5.2 Title: The Great cultures

Pedagogie s
. Deduce and understand the different characteristics of the Ancient Cultures.

Competence

Skills

Attitudes

Contents
. Africa civilizations . American Civilizations . Asian civilizations. . European civilizations. . Near Eastern civilizations.

. Identify the . Tolerant. .Understand tourism different . Responsibility and value the characteristics of . Punctuality importance in Ancient the Ancient . SS take a Cultures. Cultures. challenge.

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Week
1 2 3 4 5 UNIT III: 5.3: Title: . Africa civilizations . American Civilizations . Asian civilizations. . European civilizations. . Near Eastern civilizations

Content

Date
09/05/2011 13/05/2011 16/05/2011 20/05/2011 23/05/2011 27/05/2011 30/05/2011 03/06/2011 06/06/2011 12/06/2011

II Partial Evaluation

Pedagogie s

Competence

Skills

Attitudes

Contents
. Tourism service. . Tour Operators . Transport in tourism . Accommodation .Reservation and sales . Airport departures

.Explain the importance how to planify the Touristic activity.

. Identify the. Tolerant. .Understand and apply characteristics . Responsibility the different areas of about Tourism and. Punctuality Tourism Accommodation. . SS take a challenge.

Week
1 2 3 .Tourism service. . Tour Operators .Transport in tourism .Accommodation .Reservation and sales . Airport departures

Content

Date
13/06/2011 17/06/2011 20/06/2011 24/06/2011 27/06/2011 01/07/2011 04/07/2011 08/07/2011

III Partial Evaluation

11/07/2011 17/07/2011

VI.

. Application of communicative Language Teaching Method, Direct and audiolingual method, etc. Dialogues Pair work Academic Professional School of Languages. Chiclayo Pgina | 4

Methodolgy Strategies

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Group work Presentations Games Audiovisual aids Role Play

VII. Media and Materials


Audio CDs / videos Flashcards, cards, word cards. Markers, duster Worksheets Posters Printables Masking Tape Projector

VIII. Evaluation 8.1 Aspects to be evaluated 8.1.1 Criteria


. Oral Expression . Writing . Text Comprehension . Reports .Attitudes

8.1.2 Passing conditions


Minimum grade to pass is 10.5 and the 0.5 it is only considered on the Final Grade. The student must follow the assignments schedule (date and time). The assignments
wont be accepted after the established time. The minimum acceptable attendance is 70% (justified and missing absences are counted). There is NO TOLERANCE for coming into the classroom once the class have started. The student must be officially registered as a student of the course before taking any exam.

8.1.3. Formula
Partial 1: (P1)= (UE+OE+TC+R+AT)/5 Partial 2: (P2)= (UE+OE+TC+R+AT)/5 Partial 3:(P3)= (UE+OE+TC+R+AT)/5 FINAL GRADE= (P1+P2+P3+)/3 Where UE: Unit exam OE: Oral exam TC: Text Comprehension R: Reports WE: Written exam FE: Final exam

Summary of the Academic Schedule


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Activity
Beginning of the Semester Activity Presentation Work group First Unit Evaluation Activit Reports 16/05/2011 Presentation Second Unit Evaluation Activity Activity Activity Third Unit Evaluation Extemporary evaluation and results End of the Semester

Date
Monday 28 March, 2011. 04/04- 08/04 11/04-15/04 02/05- 08/05 09/05/2011 13/05/2011 20/05/2011 30/05/2011 03/06/2011.

17/07/ del 2011.

Events
.Evento Ceremonia de Apertura de Ao Acadmico .Ceremonia de imposicin de distintivos a estudiantes de Educacin Inicial, Primaria e Idiomas . Being a teacher

Date
2nd week of April 3rd Week of April 2nd week of July

References
WALKER, Robin, & Keith Harding (2007) Oxford English for careers. Tourism 1 Teachers book, Oxford WALKER, Robin, & Keith Harding (2007) Oxford English for careers. Tourism 1 Students book, Oxford

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