"Importance Of Educational Tour" Essays and Research Papers

  • Importance Of Educational Tour

     THE IMPORTANCE OF EDUCATIONAL TOUR TO THE FIRST YEAR STUDENTS OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN TOURISM MANAGEMENT IN ACCESS COMPUTER AND TECHNICAL COLLEGES – CAMARIN A Thesis presented to the faculty of the Access Computer and Technical Colleges – Camarin In Partial Fulfillment of the requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management By: Palencia, Eutiquio III 2014 ABSTRACT Title: THE IMPORTANCE OF EDUCATIONAL TOUR TO THE FIRST YEAR STUDENTS...

    Education, Educational psychology, Higher education 1106  Words | 29  Pages

  • Educational Tour

    Bañares, Roselyn C. BSBA- Fin.Mgt4 “Educational Tour” (BSP, PSE and NEDA) BSP destination (Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas) September 12, 2012 that was the date of our educational tour. 6:00 am in the morning is the call time, that’s why I tried to wake up early morning to fixed my things and go to school in time. We leave at 7:30 am and we’re first destination was Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas money museum. BSP allowed us to watch the video on how they made money. I leaned that they consumed of...

    Corazon Aquino, Economy of the Philippines, Ferdinand Marcos 1341  Words | 4  Pages

  • Student Exchange Program and Educational Tours

    (based on assignment: Argumentative Essay) 1st editing Educational tourism is a rapidly expanding area in the travel and tourism industry. It is also known as career enhancement or self-enrichment programme which comes in various formats namely foreign student exchange programmes and business conventions. However, all forms of educational tours have one point in common, which is to increase the travellers’ knowledge. Therefore, educational tourism should undeniably be used as a form of education...

    Education, International student, Knowledge 1001  Words | 4  Pages

  • Reaction Paper Educational Tour

    REACTION PAPER IN BSFT EDUCATIONAL TOUR Submitted to: Prof. Bernadeth Gilbor Submitted by: Shiela Marie S.Bero BSFT 1A On Feb 28,2011 ,the faculty of Food and Apparel Technology held an educational trip for the Bachelor of Science and Food Technology students.The locations are the MOTHER EARTH,NATURE SPRING and EUROBAKE SHOP. Our first destination is the Mother Earth Products Inc. where there is a slaughtering house and food processing department.First,we...

    Beef, Bottled water, Cattle 421  Words | 4  Pages

  • ICT Educational Tour Narrative Report

    NARRATIVE REPORT IN Educational tour 2013 About the Tour Learning is not only gained in school but also from the exposure outside the school premises, according to the tour committee on its rationale. Through this, they convince us to join the tour, The B.S. Information Technology Educational Tour 2013 in Manila. With the effort of everybody especially the faculty it happened last December 2-5, 2013.The purpose of it is not just for self-satisfaction but for the improvement...

    Epifanio de los Santos Avenue, Jejomar Binay, Makati City 1348  Words | 4  Pages

  • Essence of Educational Tour

    travel read only a page”—St. Augustine. Educational Tour is part of the students’ journey towards learning. Learning is not only limited inside the four (4) walls of the classroom, because we learn best when we are exposed to new experiences and things around us. I, for one, I’m looking at tours optimistically, that with the help of bringing the students’ outside, they tend to discover new things that they’re actually involved. During our educational tour dated September 11-13, we’ve gone to Cebu...

    Cebu City, Education, Gifted education 2101  Words | 9  Pages

  • Educational Tour Narrative Report

    Educational tour offers an opportunity for a rich immersion experience, and a tremendous way to facilitate learning. In an educational tour, students have the chance to experience and explore much deeper level than they ever could in the classroom. Therefore, the North Point College of Arts and Technology, Inc. (NPCAT) conducted an Educational Tour last October 29 - 30, 2012 at Davao City. The school rented five (5) vans to occupy almost 90 persons. It includes the 3rd year students in IT, EET...

    Ateneo de Davao University, Crystalline silicon, Davao City 1134  Words | 3  Pages

  • Educational Tour 2013

    International Airport, we took this bus that would take us to the arrival area. When there, our tour coordinator, sir Bong, and the rest of us whose flight were scheduled earlier that week were waiting. When we finally came out of the airport, sir Bong led us to our tour bus which was already parked outside. He formally introduced himself, sir Dandy, our tour guide, and the drivers who will be with us for the rest of the tour. Our day started with a breakfast, at MJ’s Café, which was quite a mouthful before...

    Benigno Aquino, Jr., Epifanio de los Santos Avenue, Ilocos Norte 998  Words | 3  Pages

  • Educational Tour Narrative Report

    Introduction: Educational Tour gives us ideas likewise opportunities to visit prestigious agencies that may help us visualize what we are learning at school. This activity helps us develop our personality since social graces and etiquette are learned too by experience. Moreover, important to every student since it is a part of our learning process to acquire more knowledge through actual exposure to the different agencies. Educational Tour: A Narrative. A great way to explore and gain experience...

    Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, Economy of the Philippines, Manila 1629  Words | 5  Pages

  • narrative report on educational tour

    INTRODUCTION The purpose of our educational tour is to expose students in actual industries, manufacturing companies in order to acquire knowledge, opportunities, experience rather than sitting alone in a four corner classroom. The site visit location was Villar Foundation (Organic Herbal Garden, Factory of garbage chairs, Coconet coir and Peat Enterprise, The water Hyacinth Weaving Enterprise) Lola Corazon Leisure Farm, Hansa Toys and Azucarera de Tarlac. The waste plastic factory was our first...

    Coconut, Human, Life 948  Words | 9  Pages

  • Importance of Statistics in Educational Management

    set goals in an organisation, the school manager or administrator must plan, implement such plans and evaluate success. To do so, the use of statistical data is crucial. In this paper the writer is going to discuss the importance of statistics in her area of study which is Educational Management. According to Kendrick (1997:1) statistics are, “numbers that help us find patterns in data, such as averages and medians.” Thus statistics looks at how to collect, organise, analyze and interpret numerical...

    Applied mathematics, Data, Education 717  Words | 3  Pages

  • tour

    Governance A NARRATIVE REPORT ON CEBU EDUCATIONAL TOUR (From: SEPTEMBER 16 to: SEPTEMBER 20, 2013) Submitted to: Dr. Luz B. Un CBAHPG DEAN Submitted by: Eduard Clem O. Madronero BSBA-4 BUKIDNON STATE UNIVERSITY City of Malaybalay College of Business, Accountancy, Hospitality and Public ...

    Bukidnon, Cagayan de Oro City, Cebu 1155  Words | 4  Pages

  • educational tour

    Different universities and colleges all over the country conduct numerous tours as a learning experience outside the classroom. These trips supplement classroom learning by providing students with an opportunity to see the actual places and activities discussed in textbooks and lectures. These tours also enrich the students’ experiences by exposing them to situations that are new. These tours or trips also known as educational tours bring students to places that are significant to the concepts or fields...

    Arithmetic mean, Average, Mean 7103  Words | 39  Pages

  • Reason why students do not join educational tours

    planning the next step, as we all know one best way of getting an experience is through application or being exposed to the world. In this study, the researchers hope to know insights of students that are affecting their decision in joining educational tours, for them to experience the activities of the hospitality industry. According to an article by Sunny in 2004 entitled Encouraging the Uncooperative Student to Be Cooperative there are two types of uncooperative students; (a.) "I'm smarter type"...

    Cognition, Critical thinking, Education 861  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Importance of Human Approach to Educational Management

    Course: Introduction to Educational Management and Planning Course code: PDE 113 By Morokake Dairo Question:The Importance of human approach to educational management The human relations movement developed in reaction against the formal tradition of classical models. The humans relations approach occurred in the Hawthorne plant of the Western Electric Company in Chicago. Three early experiments were conducted to study the “relation of quality and quantity of illumination of efficiency.”...

    Control, Goal, Haymarket Group 842  Words | 3  Pages

  • Grand Tour

    The Grand Tour was the traditional trip of Europe undertaken by mainly upper-class European young men of means. The custom flourished from about 1660 until the advent of large-scale rail transit in the 1840s, and was associated with a standard itinerary. It served as an educational rite of passage. Though primarily associated with the British nobility and wealthy landed gentry, similar trips were made by wealthy young men of Protestant Northern European nations on the Continent, and from the second...

    Coryat's Crudities, Edward Gibbon, Grand Tour 2434  Words | 7  Pages

  • Educational Tour

    Biology Educational Tour Reflection Paper By: Amanda D. Sarto 3-BS Biology Honestly, I had a hard time thinking what would be the current researches that were present in the institutions which could be done in Ateneo de Naga because with the new technologies that the institutions and the universities are using in which our school doesn’t have yet. Like for instance in the International Rice Research Institute, their current research is to come up with a new breed of rice in which could...

    Bacteria, Biology, Biotechnology 440  Words | 2  Pages

  • Zero Dollar Tour

    Economics for Tourism Quiz Question: What is a “zero-dollar tour”? How does it affect Thailand’s travel and tourism industry? Analyze the positive/negative effect and what should the Government do to? Zero-Dollar Tour Believed to be originated from Chinese media, the zero-dollar tour denotes a sort of inferior quality in China’s outbound package tours. Zero-dollar tours, or zero-based tour fares, are those where the tour operator allows tours without, or with very low fees. Thus providing no profit...

    Grand Tour, Tourism, World Tourism Organization 2252  Words | 6  Pages

  • “the Importance of Mother Tongue-Based Schooling for Educational Quality”

    “The Importance of Mother Tongue-Based Schooling for Educational Quality” SOURCE: Commissioned study for EFA Global Monitoring Report 2005 Carol Benson, Ph.D. Centre for Research on Bilingualism Stockholm University 14 April 2004 Part A: Overview While there are many factors involved in delivering quality basic education, language is clearly the key to communication and understanding in the classroom. Many developing countries are characterized by individual as well as societal multilingualism...

    Education, First language, Language acquisition 1967  Words | 7  Pages

  • seminar tour

    I. Introduction We, first year HRM student where very lucky to have our very first seminar and tour in the summer capital of the Philippines – Baguio City. At first were all excited because our seminar is all about hotel familiarization, that means were going to a hotel and tour inside it. Isn’t it exciting? For me, who dreamed to work in a hotel, is really a big YES! II. The Departure We headed to Baguio last August 26 and arrived there the 27th of August, exactly 2:00 in...

    Baguio City, Hotel, Partas 1157  Words | 4  Pages

  • Tour Starcruise

    knowledge and experiencing the atmosphere on board the ship. And the day comes, on April 14, 2012 we individually check in at NAIA Centennial 2 for flight to Singapore. at 9:40am we arrive in Singapore, we had been meet and greet by tour guide. After we meet our tour guide the only thing that comes up in my mind is time and cooperation! Time and cooperation is so much important by this immersion Program Because it is so limited, and goes by so quickly. You cannot slow it down, but you can live each...

    Cruise ship, Experience, Hospitality 857  Words | 3  Pages

  • Educational Trip

    INTRODUCTION Going on a Educational trip means more than simply leaving the school grounds. Educational trips should always have a major educational element, but the impact of Educational trips can extend much further. The importance of Educational trips includes giving students the chance to build closer bonds with their classmates, experience new environments and enjoy a day away from the classroom When students and teachers are together outside the classroom, new educational environments and experiences...

    Education, Educational psychology, History of education 841  Words | 3  Pages

  • Hrm Overnight Tour 2011

    PROPOSAL I. PROJECT TITLE : “HRM Overnight Tour 2011” II. PROJECT PROPONENT : BSHRM 4-1 III. PROJECT RATIONALE : The HRM Educational Tour 2011 is open to all HRM and non-HRM students of Sumulong College of Arts and Sciences. It is an experience which will afford students the opportunity to be familiarized with hotel operations, attend seminars, appreciate nature’s beauty and build friendship amongst each other. By attending this tour, student will be able to better understand...

    Destination hotel, E-participation, Hotel 1111  Words | 5  Pages

  • Importance

    arouses); secondly, to bring the effects of this social power to their maximum intensity and to extend them as far as possible, without either failure or interval; thirdly, to link this 'economic' growth of power with the output of the apparatuses (educational, military, industrial or medical) within which it is exercised; in short, to increase both the docility and the utility of all elements of the system" (218).[2] "If the economic take-off of the West began with the techniques that made possible...

    Discipline and Punish, Jeremy Bentham, Michel Foucault 1976  Words | 6  Pages

  • Principles of tour guiding

    HISTORY OF TOUR GUIDING The first tour operator went into business in England in 1758, and is still in business today. In Europe, pleasure travel started in earnest during the 1840s, when Thomas Cook began conducting tours to Paris and later around Europe. By the 1850s, railroad tours were already in operation. Modern tour operators – companies that organize group tours and independent travel packages — date back to the mid-nineteenth century, and most likely have their roots as ticket agents for...

    Recreation, Tourism, Travel 800  Words | 3  Pages

  • Tour

    Reaction Paper “TOUR” Kinickie Gale B. Arancillo BH102M/BSHRM/1st year Professor: Ms.Dice Aquino *Tour Objective : To familiarize the Hotel/Factory Operations . *Learning outcome based on the following subjects: On September 11, 2012, the 1st year BSHRM students held an educational tour in Jollibee Commissary and especially the main event of the tour is in the Bay Leaf Intramuros. The Educational tour started out as an escape from school for most of us students, bonding with friends...

    Corazon Aquino, History of the Philippines, Intramuros 267  Words | 2  Pages

  • Tour for Experience

    Tour for Experience “The vision of Experience for Tour’s industrial visit is to inspire students to lead development, by doing so they can turn from job seeker to job creators” Tell me and I'll forget, Show me and I may remember, involve me and I'll understand” Name of the owners: Mr. Punitpal Singh Sardar Mr. Prafulla Patil Mr. Anish Modak. Name of business: Tour for Experience E-mail: tour4experience@gmail.com Phone no: 9987066022 / 9820011643 Address: G-12, Gagangiri...

    Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Chilean wine 821  Words | 4  Pages

  • The importance

    Monica Jorge, 3622098 Youthalyn Mair-Pryce, 3622089 Reviewed by: Gabriela Bacigalupo, 1099953 Monica Jorge, 3622098 Youthalyn Mair-Pryce, 3622089 ACG 4651 – Fall 2013 Section 04 September 17, 2013 – Case #1: The importance of being independent (by Deloitte) Discussion Questions One of the key roles of the external auditor is to protect the interest of the public. To achieve this, it is important for the public to trust and have confidence in the work of an auditor...

    Accountancy, Accountant, Audit 1232  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ferdinand Marcos and Tour Guide

    My Narrative Report on BSBA Educational Tour Introduction: “The master in the art of living makes little distinction between his work and his play, his labor and his leisure, his mind and his body, his formation and his recreation, his love and his religion. He hardly knows which is which. He simply pursues vision and excellence at whatever he does, leaving others to decide whether he is working or playing. To him he’s always doing both.” -JAMES A. MICHENER (U.S Novelist & short-story writer...

    Cities in the Philippines, Ferdinand Marcos, Ilocos Region 1469  Words | 4  Pages

  • Antique Heritage Tour Itinerary

    MANGGAD KANG ANTIQUE: (The Treasures of Antique) THE ANTIQUE HERITAGE TOUR Proposed Itinerary Day 1:           Stop-over at UNESCO World Heritage Miagao Church Natural heritage Sira-an Hot Spring Spanish Colonial church of St. John in Anini-y Buri handicraft at Brgy. Diclum, TobiasFornier Malandog historical marker at Hamtic Gen. Fullon Shrine at Hamtic The Ruins of Patnongon Patadyong weaving of Bugasong “Istorya-Kanta Kinaray-a” with Dante Beriong & Sammy Rubido Overnight at UA-TLMC...

    Cultural heritage, Heritage tourism, International Council on Monuments and Sites 562  Words | 2  Pages

  • Tour Operators Overcoming of Intangibility and Perishability by Using the Internet

    How can tour operators use the internet to overcome the problems of intangibility and perishability in selling holiday packages? Use examples of good practice. A famous person once said and I quote, “Follow your dreams”. Holidays are dreams which people perceive and Tourism is all about selling those “far-fetched dreams” and bridging the gap between ‘fantasy and reality’. Tour operators use the internet to portray a “picturesque description” of a “dream destination” which we as tourists are lured...

    Supply and demand, Tourism, World Tourism Organization 1847  Words | 6  Pages

  • Report Tour Operation

    ABOUT THE PLACE OF INTEREST | 5 | STRENGTH AND WEAKNESS | 13 | CONCLUSION | 14 | INTRODUCTION Tour Operation is the course that teaches us on what tour is all about and what type of vacation that we can call tour. In this subject also, we can learn how to create our own tour and learning about costing and pricing for each Tour excursion. Instead of learn costing, we also learn the function of tour operator, how to control our customers behavior and the most important thing is how to satisfied...

    Bukit Bintang, Dataran Merdeka, Jalan Bukit Bintang 1708  Words | 6  Pages

  • Tour Operator

    Tour Operation Management Task 1 Understand the tour operator industry within the travel an tourism sector Tour operator is a person or company who purchases the different items that make up an inclusive holiday in bulk, combines them together to produce package holiday and then sell the final product to the public either directly or through travel agencies (Yale 1995). A package holiday consists of at least two of the following. Services must be sold to customer to cover a period of 24 hours...

    Dynamic packaging, Hotel, Package holiday 1219  Words | 4  Pages

  • Practicum: Tour Guide and Elementary School

    STRENGTHS • Specialized in educational field trips • Having a huge variety of customers in different areas in Philippines • Well trained account executives and tour facilitators • Affordable tour packages • Having its own website • Having a partnership with bus companies, hotels, restaurants, and other establishments • Also offers international tours WEAKNESSES • Lack of Tour guides • Having one branch only • Having a small facilities • Add more cars for family and group tour • Doesn’t have their...

    Hospitality occupations, Luzon, Provinces of the Philippines 1820  Words | 6  Pages

  • Educational Inequality

    standards and strategies in order to improve education system and eliminate the educational inequality. Education dates many eras back in history and quite surprisingly so do education inequality. Educational inequality refers to the nonexistence of equal chances that individuals have as a result of differences in quality education among other factors. Generally in America and the entire world a variety of educational inequalities exist. The imbalances continue along socioeconomic and cultural lines...

    Education, High school, School 1868  Words | 6  Pages

  • Educational Philosophy

    Educational Philosophies Philosophy Behaviorism Philosophers Beliefs Key Thought BF Skinner Conservatism Edmund Burke Human nature is the product of one's environment. Change the environment to change the behavior. Reinforce good behavior, punish bad behavior Conservation of cultural heritage preserves the wisdom of the achievements of humankind. Behavior evolves within the conditioning influence of the institutional system, tradition is the repository of a collective social intelligence....

    Education, Empiricism, Human 816  Words | 2  Pages

  • College Tour Experience

    COLLEGE TOUR EXPERIENCE One of my main goals in life is to be successful. Becoming successful is a lot of hard work. There are a total of twelve grades needed to be completed in this lifetime, just to be able to gain acknowledgement and education of what will occur in life. Well I’ve made it to my junior year in high school and it’s been a rough road but I’m still pushing through. One of my major goals is to make it to college to start my career and have a successful future. The current high...

    Albany, New York, Binghamton, New York, College 1173  Words | 3  Pages

  • cultural capital and educational attainment

    Abstract Emerging from Bourdieu’s cultural capital theory, many sociologists found a relation between cultural capital and Habitus, the effect they have on children’s educational attainment, and how it’s brought about from class differences in societies. Although Bourdieu focuses mainly on the importance of class and class cultures in impeding children’s negotiation of process of schooling (Lareau 1987), his findings portray how cultural resources can be used to perpetuate their position of privilege...

    American middle class, Middle class, Pierre Bourdieu 1906  Words | 6  Pages

  • Springbok Tour

    Springbok tour essay. The 1981 springbok tour protests had a huge social and political impact on New Zealand society. The decision to allow the springbok tour to proceed was one of the most controversial decisions ever taken by New Zealand government. New Zealand rugby relationships with South Africa began in 1921. In the 1921 tour when a Maori player was included in the New Zealand team, South Africa opposed to this. Continuing tours between South Africa and New Zealand excluded any Maori players...

    Africa, Māori, Māori language 1184  Words | 3  Pages

  • educational philosophy

    Educational philosophy I believe that education is an individual, unique experience for every student who enters a classroom. In order for children to benefit from what schools offer, I think that teachers must fully understand the importance of their job. First, I believe that teachers must consider teaching to be a lifestyle, not a mere forty-hour-a-week job, because a teacher's goals for his/her students encompass much more than relaying out-of-context facts to passive students. As professionals...

    Education, Educational psychology, History of education 821  Words | 3  Pages

  • Educational Achievement

    Professor Muller English 101 March 1, 2013 Educational Achievement and Upward Mobility In many cities throughout the United States, people live in a state of poverty, lacking the basic necessities of food, clothing, and shelter needed to survive. Governments have tried numerous policies to life people out of poverty, from financial aid to affirmative action programs. Yet, Government aids are not enough to guarantee educational achievement. Educational achievement is the single largest influence...

    Affirmative action, Cycle of poverty, Education 1749  Words | 6  Pages

  • Educational Research

    Educational research is a structured scientific inquiry into an educational question that provides an answer contributing toward increasing the body of generalizable knowledge about educational concerns” (Hopkins C. A., 1990, pp. 23-24) So when asked, why us educational research the answer is clear. We need and do educational research to provide answers and to contribute more knowledge about our educational concerns. Our text book for this class suggests six reasons for the importance of educational...

    Educational psychology, Evaluation methods, Psychology 2407  Words | 7  Pages

  • Tour Operator

    Tour Operator Table of contents 1. Introduction 3 2. The role tour operator 3 3. Different Type of Tour Operators 3 a. The Domestic Operators 3 b. The Incoming Tours Operators 3 c. Mass Market tour operators 3 d. Specialist tour operators 3 e. Independent tour operator 3 4. Forces affecting on tour operators 4 a. External 4 b. Internal: 4 5. Package Holiday or Inclusive Tour 4 a. Inclusive tour Product Transport 4 b. Inclusive tour Product-Accommodation 4 c. Inclusive Tour Product...

    Charter airline, Dynamic packaging, Package holiday 1655  Words | 7  Pages

  • Moral problem on Educational Tour

    cannot be forced, ordered or planned. It can come into being under certain conditions—when fear is absent, when there is the joy of discovery, when the mind has the quality of quietness and is not preoccupied with achieving an objective or end. Educational trip that form a part of the school curriculum are very valuable as they provide the students the opportunity of learning through travel, especially to places that they may not otherwise get to visit. Apart from this, the trips also provide relief...

    Education, Educational psychology, Intelligence 498  Words | 1  Pages

  • Springbok Tour

    springbok tour. Introduction to the tour The springbok tour of 1981 will always be remembered throughout New Zealand’s history as it divided the nation in two. Half just saw it as a game while the other half saw it as supporting racism. This caused an huge uproar among many new Zealanders during the 56 days in July, August and September that the springboks toured with over 150,000 people taking to the streets of New Zealand; in their bid to stop the apartheid policies in South Africa. The tour of...

    Africa, Māori, Māori language 2454  Words | 7  Pages

  • Philippines and Tour

     Having a tour is such an excited thing. When our professor told us that we will be having a tour in Manila everyone is excited. We pursue to join the tour because we know that we will learn new things and it will be fun. When the time passes and it is already the day of our tour I am so excited. All my things are already packed up and I assure that I don’t have anything that would be left. When we arrived to our hotel in Paco Manila, we just washed up and take our breakfast. After that we proceed...

    Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, English-language films, Luzon 1391  Words | 2  Pages

  • Educational Technology

    teacher. 2. Preplanning with the students and others joining on the trip. 3. Taking the field trip itself. 4. Post-field trip follow up activities. Preliminary planning by the teacher, Brown ( 1969) 1. Make preliminary contacts, a tour on final arrangements w/ the place to be visited. 2. Make final arrangements with the school principal about the details of the trip: * time * schedule * transportation * finances * waiver 3. Make a tentative...

    Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights, Art Pepper, Education 639  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Tour Guide

    (Opens with a dark creepy room and the only light is from flickering candles, this is all taking place during a thunder storm in London England) Tour Guide- Welcome to an exhilarating tale of Me, Myself, and a few other unsuspecting victims: ug (cough) I mean tourists! Yes, yes tourists that’s what I meant! (lightning strikes) Ahh here they come now!!!! (Set changes and goes to the tourists running in the Bloody Tower of London England) Tourist 1- OMG!! Could it get any more like wet out...

    City of London, England, Paris 740  Words | 4  Pages

  • Prison Tours

    a carceral tour. In Piche and Walby’s article, the authors argue that carceral tours can be highly scripted and regulated in ways that obscure many of the central aspects of being in prison. In Wilson, Spina, and Canaan’s article, it is counter argued that with the proper carceral tour, evidence proves that visitors have an overall experience that changes their views on prisoners and life in prison. Piche and Walby base their arguments off of two main ideas, the staging of tours, and the use...

    Life imprisonment, Prison, The Inmates 1447  Words | 7  Pages

  • importance of tourism

    IMPORTANCE OF ENGLISH IN TOURISM INTRODUCTION: Tourism is one of the most remarkable success stories of modern times. The industry, which only began on a massive scale in the 1960’s, has grown rapidly and steadily for the past 30 years in terms of the income it generates and the number of people who travel abroad. Tourism is the largest service - sector in India. Tourism contributes 6.23% to the national GDP Tourism generates 8.78% of the total employment in India .India is to be a...

    Bill Clinton, Chile, Communication 854  Words | 3  Pages

  • Tour Package

    I. TITLE: “3 DAYS - 2 NIGHTS LAGUNA TOUR PACKAGE” (FOR 15 PERSONS) II. OBJECTIVES * To highlight the different natural and man-made attractions of Laguna * To endorse local cuisines and products * To discover the natural beauties of Laguna and promote ecotourism * To give insights to the culture and heritage of Laguna III. DESTINATION LAGUNA Province Profile Land Area: 175, 973 ha (1, 759.73 km2) Population: 2, 473,530(National Census, 2007) Political Subdivisions: ...

    Calamba City, Laguna, Laguna de Bay 1644  Words | 6  Pages

  • Paris Tour with Switzerland Tour Package

    HRMEMGT Paris Tour with Switzerland Tour Package 8 Nights / 9 Days Swiss Paris tour package at INR 1,25,000 per person with Return airfare and taxes from Mumbai Destinations Covered: Lucerne - Paris - Geneva – Interlaken Rates and Dates (Rates are on Per Person) |Departure City |Price Per Person | |Mumbai |INR...

    Bed and breakfast, Hotel, Hotel chains 1065  Words | 6  Pages

  • Comparison of Educational Theories

    EDCX230 Educational Thought and Practice: Past and Present Assignment Two 1 178 Words Compare and contrast Dewey’s and Makarenko’s views on how social control is best achieved in education. Whose views do you prefer and why? Different educational theories comprised by educational philosophers contain many significant elements in order to facilitate their implementation. One important quality within the foundations of an educational theory would be that of social control. Social control...

    Education, Education theory, Educational psychology 1281  Words | 5  Pages

  • Industrial Tour

    Kathmandu, Nepal Subject - Regarding Industrial Tour 2013. Dear Sir\Madam, There has been a trend in Apex College which now has changed into the culture i.e. Apex College provides opportunities for its student for the Industrial tour at the end of the bachelors graduation. Thus, following the culture set up by our seniors, we, the students of Superb have planned to go for Industrial tour this February immediately after the board exam of sixth semester. For this purpose...

    Nepal, Student 444  Words | 3  Pages

  • Factors Affecting the Service Quality of Tour Guides

    of that is tour guiding. Many people say that tour guiding is just an easy job, they just have to say “look at your right and look to your left”. It’s kinda funny, isn’t it? But people should know that tour guides are also one of the reasons why tourist came back to our country again and again. On the recent news of www.sunstar.com.ph by JM Agreda, that BAGUIO City, the Summer Capital and one of the top tourist destinations in the country, ironically, only has three accredited tour guides. Ironic...

    Philippines, Tourism, World Tourism Organization 694  Words | 3  Pages

  • Reflection Paper in Educational Tour in Cebu

    be an adventure. One should be able to enjoy learning, and to have the curiosity of learning new things. The educational tour started out as an escape from school for most of us students, bonding with friends, chance to unwind and of course to learn new things and to gain knowledge at the same time that we may apply someday. On February 6, 2013 the BSBA students held an Educational Tour in Cebu City for 2 days. We meet at The College of Maasin Combi Court for our departure to Hilongos at 8 pm....

    Cebu, Cebu City, Central bank 4835  Words | 16  Pages

  • The Battle of Tours

    Hailey Palmer Palmer 1 Mr. Hutt Social Studies 20, March, 2011 The Battle Of Tours Charles Martel was born on August 23, 686 A.D. He was born in Wallonia, Belgium. He was baptized by St. Rigober the Bishop of Reims (charles martel NNDB pg.1). Charles had a mother named Alpaida, and his father was named Pepin 11 and he had two wives named Chrotud and Swana. Charles' father and his two wives had three other sons named Pepin the Short, Calorman, and Gnifo. When Pepin 11...

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  • plant tour

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