Regional dynamics : a geography of travel and tourism /
Fraser Cartwright, Gerry Pierce.
imprint
Toronto : Oxford University Press, 1995.
description
255 p. : ill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ; 28 cm. + Teacher's resource book.
ISBN
0195409523 :
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Toronto : Oxford University Press, 1995.
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0195409523 :
general note
Approved for use in Ontario schools 1996 for Senior Geography.
Includes index.
local note
OISE/UT CR copies were bound upside down.
OISE/UT CR lacks Teacher's resource book.
catalogue key
690086
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1. Travel and Tourism 2. Regions and Tourism 3. The Caribbean: An Economic Region 4. The European Union: An Economic Region 5. Brazil: A Cultural Region 6. East African Savanna: A Physical Region 7. Canada's Rockies: A Physical Region 8. Japan: A Political Region 9. New York City: A City-Centred Region 10. Indonesia: A Demographic Region 11. Antarctica: A Frontier Region 12. Planning
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This resource is designed for senior high school regional geography courses with a travel and tourism focus. Students learn to master and apply the skills and techniques of regional geography using current and relevant information from the travel and tourism industry. Regions covered span six continents and offer a wide variety of cultural, social, economic, environmental, and political themes to explore. This resource also includes a wide range of activities designed to engage student interest and apply key skills. Activities include travel planning exercises, simulations, development projects, cooperative group work, charting, mapping, and graphing. A number of integrative activities also reinforce connections with other curriculum areas.
Main Description
This resource is designed for senior high school regional geographycourses with a travel and tourism focus. Students learn to master and apply theskills and techniques of regional geography using current and relevantinformation from the travel and tourism industry. Regions covered span sixcontinents and offer a wide variety of cultural, social, economic,environmental, and political themes to explore.This resource also includes a wide range of activities designed to engagestudent interest and apply key skills. Activities include travel planningexercises, simulations, development projects, cooperative group work, charting,mapping, and graphing. A number of integrative activities also reinforceconnections with other curriculum areas.
Main Description
This resource is designed for senior high school regional geography courses with a travel and tourism focus. Students learn to master and apply the skills and techniques of regional geography using current and relevant information from the travel and tourism industry. Regions covered spansix continents and offer a wide variety of cultural, social, economic, environmental, and political themes to explore. This resource also includes a wide range of activities designed to engage student interest and apply key skills. Activities include travel planning exercises, simulations, development projects, cooperative group work, charting, mapping, and graphing. A number of integrative activities alsoreinforce connections with other curriculum areas.

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