Blackpool Resort Development STARTER: Swap books and look
Blackpool Resort Development STARTER: Swap books and look at each others photos1. Add any other reasons for these places being tourist attractions 2. Which reasons are human , which ones are physical. 3. Write me a memo reminding me why I went on these holidays. Develop 2 of your points! Outline the physical and human attractions in the photo.  4m
s! e t inu Quick activity Front, Middle and back- words Exploration, Involvement Development, Consolidation Stagnation, Decline Rejuvenation, Consolidation
Write your words in a sentence that makes sense. Match up these pictures with the new terms Blackpool and the Butler Model 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. Draw an x, y axis X axis= Time from 1720 up to 2009
Y axis= Visitor numbers up to 16,000,000 1780=1,000 visitors 1846= 4,000 visitors 1863=600,000 1872= 850,000 1931= 3,850,000 1975= 16,000,000 1987=10,000,000 2004= 11,000,000 Link up the points but not in a straight line. Colour code and label these different eras:
1720-1780= Exploration 1781-1846= Involvement 1856-1870= Development 1872-1932= Consolidation 1972- 1986= Stagnation 1987-1990= Decline 2003- 2009= Rejuvenation 1. Match up these statements with the graph:
New Opera house opened0- Britains largest cinema and Theatre Blackpool tower built M55 opened Only 4 hotels 127 Hectares of brownfield sites redeveloped The first railway opened 80mil coastal defence scheme 3 railway stations Average annual hotel occupancy rate reduced to 22%
Promenade built along the seafront. 2. 3. 4. Describe how visitor numbers changed over time in Blackpool. Use Data! Give 3 reasons why the visitor numbers changed over time. Why do you think that Blackpool went into
Decline? (Think about where you might go on holiday) 5. Imagine you are town planners and your tourist town has gone into stagnation- what would you do to increase the tourist numbers again? What would you build/develop?
Questions- what questions have you got about this model or Blackpool? What is happening at each of these stages??? 1. 3. What are the reasons?
4. 7. 6. 5. 2. Homework 1. Find out a definition for each of these types of holidays
2. Find 2 different examples for each type of holiday 3. Explain why people might go on these different types of holidays. Adventure, Educational, Self-catering, Package Plenaries on a plate How does Blackpool fit with the Butler Model? Match up the key terms with definitions Disposable income
Backpacking holidays Adventure Holiday Self catering holiday Rejuvenation Sustainable When it can be maintained without harming the environment, culture or economy Low-cost, independent, international travel.
Extra money that you can spend on luxuries Holiday that involves exploration, challenge and thrills Holiday where you have to cook everything yourself A stage when a resort has regenerate to attract tourists Questions from last lesson continued.
1. Describe how visitor numbers changed over time in Blackpool. Use Data! 2. Give 3 reasons why the visitor numbers changed over time. 3. Why do you think that Blackpool went into Decline? (Think about where you might go on holiday) 4. Imagine you are town planners and your tourist town has gone into stagnation- what would you do to increase the tourist numbers again? What
would you build/develop? Blackpool Development DVD Tourism so far consolidation work Tarsia Questions 1. Describe how visitor numbers changed over time in Blackpool. Use Data! 2. Give 3 reasons why the visitor numbers increased
over time. 3. Give 2 reasons why the numbers decreased. When? 4. Explain the seven stages of the Butler model. 5. Explain why people might go on adventure holidays. 6. Why do people who live in HICs have more money to spend on holidays now? Timings! A minute a mark June 2012
June 2011 June 2011 1. What is your magic sentence? 2. What are your 3 reasons for the growth? 3. What 3 facts are you going to use for this?
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