This module is about tourism in contemporary Thailand
Type: Tourism itinerary, booklet
Individual or group work: Individual
Levels of assessments: Five, seven and eight
Number of lessons: Six
Number of homeworks: Three
The paradise lost assessment requires students to produce a booklet for Thailand's tourists. Whilst the focus is primarily on understanding environmental interaction different levels of work require different content ranging, for example, from identification of tourist destinations and development of a code of respect for Level five to an analysis of Thailand's tourist destinations and Thai people's different attitudes towards tourists for level eight.
The assessment is designed for students to complete individually. It is an ideal assessment just prior to reporting attainment targets as it covers so many of geography's key concepts and key processes of a place largely unfamiliar to students.
Paradise Lost teacher guidance
Paradise Lost Levelling Grid
Resource Sheet A5 - Assessment Activity
Resource Sheet B - Using Sources
Plan for Paradise Lost Booklet
Resource Sheet A7 - Assessment Activity
Resource Sheet A8 - Assessment Activity
The assessment is also designed to include assessment of Citizenship.
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