This is a photocopiable resource book of ten realistic meeting simulations. Students prepare by reading authentic texts, then take control and run the meeting with the teacher acting as observer and consultant.
This teacher's handbook provides practical ideas for small groups and one-to-one teaching. Aimed at ESP teachers, in-company teachers and language trainers, the book features analysis of one-to-one teaching, practical advice, and guidance on course planning and classroom activities.
With chapters covering all aspects of management theory and practice commonly taught on undergraduate courses, this edition focuses on real world examples of management in practice with the introduction of vignettes. It also includes skills sheets and a running case study, which will help students put what they have learned into practice.
A discussion of the pressures of tourism on rural destinations. It brings together current thinking and synthesizes it with case studies of rural destinations - especially woodland and forest - from the UK, Portugal and England. The book is linked to the EU's good management award scheme.
Based on years of research funded by the Swedish government, this is an examination of Scandinavian projects in sustainable tourism. It discusses their implications for tourism around the world, and includes several extended case studies.
Points out the health dimensions of travel and tourism, and calls for awareness and practical collaboration from those in the industry and in the social and health sciences. This study encompasses a wide range of issues, with historical, political and economic ramifications.