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Travel and Tourism
Principles of Hospitality and Tourism
Methods of travel
(1) The student demonstrates professional standards/employability skills as required by
business and industry. The student is expected to:
(D) calculate accurate measurements, numerical concepts, such as percentages, and
(10) The student demonstrates research skills applicable to the hospitality and tourism
industry. The student is expected to:
(A) develop technical vocabulary of the hospitality and tourism industry.
(B) design a customized product for the hospitality and tourism industry.
National FCS Standards Addressed:
10.1.2 Analyze opportunities for employment in hospitality, tourism, and recreation
10.5.5 Produce travel documents and itineraries, utilizing current technology.
Key Word Instructional Strategies
Core Course Correlation
1) INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY/VISUAL
Objective: The student will identify new vocabulary
associated with travel and tourism and design a visual.
Explain to students that there will be new vocabulary
associated with travel and tourism, such as embark and galley.
Instruct students to note and define unfamiliar words. At the
end of the Travel and Tourism unit, have students create a
visual, such as an electronic poster, to display the words and
definitions in the classroom.
Suggested resources for visuals:
A word wall in the classroom is an alternative.