General information

Module title Heritage of Poland as a tourism attraction
Language English
Module lecturer dr Krzysztof Piotrowski
Lecturer's email kp@amu.edu.pl
Lecturer position adiunkt
Faculty Faculty of Geographical and Geological Sciences
Semester 2021/2022 (winter)
Duration 45
ECTS 6
USOS code HoP

Timetable

Module aim (aims)

The aim of the course is to provide students with the tourist attractiveness of natural and culture heritage of Poland. Students conduct a survey to check what is interesting for foreigners in Poland. Based on results students prepare programs of trip to Poland for groups of various interests and nationalities.

Pre-requisites in terms of knowledge, skills and social competences (where relevant)

Basic knowledge about Poland.

Syllabus

Week 1 lecture 3 h: basic tourism terminology, especially classification of tourist attractions. Tourist regionalization of Poland.practical classes 1h: preparation the survey of tourist attractiveness perception of Poland by foreigners
Week 2 lecture 2 h: natural heritage of Polandpractical classes 2h: natural heritage of Poland (by physical regions)
Week 3 lecture 2 h: protected areas of nature as a tourist attractionspractical classes 1h: providing tourists into the protected areas of naturepractical classes 1h: preparation the survey 2
Week 4 lecture 2 h: culture heritage of Poland 1practical classes 2 h: culture heritage of Poland 1
Week 5 lecture 2 h: culture heritage of Poland 2practical classes 2 h: culture heritage of Poland 2
Week 6 lecture 2 h: culture heritage of Poland 3practical classes 2 h: culture heritage of Poland 3
Week 7 lecture 2 h: evaluation of polish heritage as a tourist attractionpractical classes 2 h: presentation results of the survey
Week 8 practical classes 4 h: basic of tours programming
Week 9 practical classes 4 h: preparing programs of trip to Poland 1 (in teams)
Week 10 practical classes 2 h: presentation and evaluation of the programs 1
Week 11 practical classes 4 h: preparing programs of trip to Poland 2 (individual)
Week 12 practical classes 3 h: presentation and evaluation of the programs 2

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