You could use these exam questions to help you revise the tourism topic. Then mark the questions yourself and get your marking checked by your teacher
2013 Higher Use a case study to discuss how well an extreme environment is coping with the development of a tourist industry (8 marks)
2010 foundation Describe how a named area with an extreme environment is coping with an increasing number of tourists. (6 marks)
2013 foundation For an ecotourism area or scheme that you have studied, describe the features that make it sustainable. (6 marks)
2013 Higher Use a case study to explain how ecotourism has contributed to sustainable development. (8 marks)
2014 higher and foundation describe how the negative effects of mass tourism can be reduced. (4 marks)
2012 higher and foundation Outline 2 reasons why a coastal resort you have studied attracts large numbers of tourist (4 marks)
2015 higher ‘Effective management strategies are the key to the continuing prosperity of tourist areas in the UK.’ Use a case study of either a UK National Park or a UK coastal resort to explain this statement.(8 marks)
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We us eat eMasai Mara Base Camp for our case study on ecotourism. It is almost like it is the opposite of Mass Tourism in Kenya case study.
click on this MASAI_MARA_BASE_CAMP link for the information you had in the lesson.
This Sustainable Tourism – an overview will also help you explain how eco tourism can be sustainable which is a frequent angle the exam questions can take
Here is a new video I have found which you can watch. This backs up the information you got in class. Look how woman and local people in general are given skills, jobs and training. This is sustainable because it will help their communities in both the short and long term.
Finally here are some exam questions you can try ….
2013 from the higher paper “Use a case study to show how ecotourism can contribute to sustainable development” (8 marks).
Same year 2013 and the foundation paper had this question “For an ecotourism area or scheme that you have studied, describe the features that make it sustainable.” (6 marks)
This are both excellent ones to practice on as they make you revise sustainable development as well. To get top marks make sure every point you make is along the lines of on the Masai Mara base camp they do ……. the is sustainable because…..”
Firstly you can use our padlet page
also you can answer some exam questions on this, such as:
“Explain how mass tourism may damage the environment of areas such as the coast of Kenya.” worth 6 marks from 2011
“describe the negative effects of mass tourism.” worth 4 marks from 2014
Wonderful video giving you an insight into growing up in Kibera, a shanty town in Kenya, East Africa. Listen to the girl’s story and look at the environment she grows up in, her journey to school and how she values hard work to improve her community in the future
The lovely people at Channel 4 are hoping you with your GCSE Geography. They have written an article on foreign tourists going to Kibera as part of their vacation itinerary. Read this article and think to your self:
Are local people benefiting economically or socially?
Is this a type of sustainable tourism? How could you make it more sustainable?
Will it improve quality of life or standard of living in Kibera? How could their lives be improved more?
What do the tourists learn from their experience? What else do you think they could learn? Why might this be of more benefit for them and for people living in Kibera?
Click HERE for the link to the article
I have a (smaller) padlet on Mass Tourism
Also here is the powerpoint from our lesson
mass tourism in Kenya
Here is the powerpoint from the lesson on Mass Toursim. Look especially at slides 11 to 18 if you are looking to revise and learn about (i) the effects of tourism and (ii)how people try to manage tourism in Kenya
mass tourism in Kenya