INTRODUCTION TO HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM By definition innovative courses are locally developed and should represent local needs and circumstances. The following information represents portions of an approved application for Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism, which may be helpful to other districts choosing to submit an approval request. A. Description of the course and its essential knowledge and skills 1. This innovative course is an introduction to the Hospitality and Tourism Cluster. The course will address the needs of the student to develop successful and meaningful life skills in order to plan their career. The content will provide an introduction to various components of the hospitality and tourism industry. Students will receive an overview of the careers that encompass the management, marketing and operations of restaurants and other foodservices, lodging, attractions, recreation events and travel related services in hospitality and tourism. Recommended prerequisites: none Grade Level: 9-10 2. Essential knowledge and skills – See essential knowledge and skills on attached pages. B. Rationale and justification for the request in terms of student need This section should be locally developed. C. Description of activities, major resources, and materials to be used This section should be locally developed. D. E. Methods of evaluating student outcomes Qualifications of the teacher Certified to teach Vocational Home Economics/Family and Consumer Sciences or Hospitality, Nutrition, and Food Science The teacher should meet the requirements for teaching occupational family and consumer sciences education or have a strong background of training or experience in hospitality. Certified to teach Marketing Education F. Amount of credit requested ½ - 1 credit
INTRODUCTION TO HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM Essential knowledge and skills (1) Success in hospitality and tourism industry. The student demonstrates an understanding that personal success begins with a...
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