Presentation on theme: "1 Paradise Lost 1 – Why do we go on Holiday?. 2 Lesson Objectives To know what are the differences between leisure and tourism? To know how much leisure."— Presentation transcript:
1 Paradise Lost 1 – Why do we go on Holiday?
2 Lesson Objectives To know what are the differences between leisure and tourism? To know how much leisure time you have. To know why people go on holiday and what they do there.
3 MEMORY MAPS This is my favourite place in the world. Where is it? Where is the favourite place you have been on holiday? And Why?
4 TASK 1. TASK 1. Look at the following photos. Which are photographs of LEISURE and which are photographs of TOURISM
5 A beach Skiing Sleeping ReadingSwimming Flying off on holiday.
6 WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN LEISURE AND TOURISM?
8 How Much Leisure Time Do You Have? There are 168 hours in a week Lets see how much leisure time we actually have in a week.
9 Miss Everitt’s Week. (168 hours in a week) I work 8.30am – 4.00pm each day (= 7 ½ hours each day) I spend 8 hours over the weekend planning lessons and marking books. I sleep for 7 hours per night (49 hours per week) The rest of the time is my leisure time. 1.How many hours a week do I have left for leisure time?
10 Good! You were right. The correct answer was 73 ½ hours a week leisure time !! I bet you have more leisure time than I do. Have a go. Follow the example I have just done.
11 Why do more people go on holiday more often? Watch the video clip and write down answers
12 After watching the video answer these What types of holidays are there? What can you do on holiday? Where would you most like to go to?
13 Human and Physical Factors Quiz
14 Are they tourists? In pairs read the sheet and say whether you think they are tourists or not and why.
15 Lesson Outcomes Do you? Know the difference between leisure and tourism? Know why people go on holiday and what they do there?