basis of the assessed report to be submitted in term two. You are expected to use the feedback from the presentation to help you in preparing and writing your report. The following table provides an overview of the assessment requirements. Overview of the Group Presentation Description of Coursework The 8 minute presentation must focus on a Stakeholder Analysis of tourism in your case study area. The analysis should focus on the sustainability of the tourism. The content must firstly outline the Stakeholders involved in tourism in the case study area. You will need to outline the main sustainability issues facing the case study are tourism. The role of each stakeholder in tourism should be specified and the contribution which they make to tourism sustainability assessed. Particular attention should be paid to the interaction between stakeholders and the impact that this has on tourism sustainability examined. You should identify the barriers limiting tourism sustainability created by the different stakeholders and stakeholder interactions.
12 TOU3912 Managing Sustainable Tourism Advice on preparing for the presentation Do not prepare too much material – you only have 8 minutes. It is essential to be concise. You do not have to use all the material you have collected – the best presentations will be those that select the most appropriate material from all that has been collected. You may be able to use additional material in your report. Students will be assessed on the quality of the presentation including delivery, ability to handle questions, its factual content, the critical content, the quality of the slides and the quality of the preparatory research. A key factor will be student ability to demonstrate a critical familiarity with the material and ability to focus on the stakeholder aspect. Learning outcomes The application of the stakeholder analysis methodology to a real world case study Format Class presentation (e.g. Power Point) References Don’t forget to acknowledge the source of any visual material used. Assessment Criteria Students will be assessed on: Quality and appropriateness of presentation (25%) o As visual aid o Delivery – pace, clarity o Keeping to time o Audience engagement Content – organisation and structure, relevance, critical content (50%) Quality of research – appropriateness of sources, accuracy of documentation, range of sources (25%) In addition evidence of good group work will be expected. Suggested Resources Your research and materials used must include some academic journal material and material from official websites (e.g government web sites). You should use Google scholar rather than just Google as your internet search tool. Submission Details Class presentation during designated seminars. Tutors will write informal feedback on the slides to help you in preparing your report. You may also get informal verbal feedback on your presentation skills.
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