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HOST 101 - Introduction to Hospitality & Tourism Fall 2016 – Tues/Thurs Brain Busters Guidelines Description You will be asked to synthesize what you have learned by sharing your own research on the topics in each unit of the class through these written assignments in Laulima>Brain Busters. For each report, choose a real-life company, organization, or current event as your main topic. Your topic must be different from others students’ topic, and relevant to the currently assignment chapter(s) as follows: Brain Buster #1 – due Thursday, September 15 th by the end of your class. Choose a company related to and use concepts from: o Chapter 1: Hospitality Spirit o Chapter 2: Tourism o Chapter 3: Characteristics of Tourism o Chapter 4: Lodging o Chapter 5: Lodging Operations o Chapter 6: Cruising Brain Buster #2 – due Thursday, November 3 rd by the end of your class. Choose a company related to and use concepts from: o Chapter 7 – Restaurants o Chapter 8 – Restaurant Operations o Chapter 9 – Managed Services o Chapter 10 – Beverages o Chapter 11 – Clubs o Chapter 12 – Theme Parks & Attractions o Chapter 13 – Gaming Entertainment o Chapter 14 – Meetings, Conventions and Expositions o Chapter 15 – Special Events Submit each Brain Buster in Laulima>Assignments under the corresponding Brain Buster Number. A template will be included in each Brain Buster. Attach your Microsoft Word report and send. Your Report Each Brain Buster is worth a total of 20 points. Your analysis should be written in Microsoft Word comprised of at least five paragraphs long with a minimum of 100 words per paragraph (10 points). Using your own words , provide information that you have discovered through researching your topic to address (in the order listed) each of these course competency areas: HOST 101, Fall 2016 Tues/Thurs, Brain Buster, Page 1 of 4
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1. Business Development, Organization and Operations 2. Market Needs and Industry Sales and Marketing Strategies 3. Products, Services and Systems designed for the Leisure and/or Business Markets 4. Impact of Hospitality/Tourism on the Destination; Development of Sustainable Practices 5. Career Opportunities, Job Qualifications, and Benefits In your analysis, you must identify, define and incorporate (using color-format tools in textbox), at least three
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