|Module title||Heritage Of Poland As A Tourist Attraction|
|Module lecturer||dr Krzysztof Piotrowski|
|Lecturer position||assistant professor|
|Faculty||Faculty of Geographical and Geological Sciences|
Tuesday 8:30-13:00. Room 12.
First meeting 11.10.2022. Last 6.12. Exam 13.12 or 19.12.
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.
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