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GNVQ Level 2 in Leisure and Tourism: Communication

Price: £25.00
Age Range: KS4+

Key Skills remain an integral part of GNVQs although achievement of a GNVQ is no longer dependent on them as they are separately certificated. The revised Key Skills units are signposted within the vocational units and support Key Skills achievement. Chalkface worksheets use naturally occurring opportunities in study to develop key skills during teaching, learning and assessment.

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Size: 74 Pages
ISBN: 978 1 86025 058 3
Author(s): Sotiris Soteriades
Code: GQCL
Popularity rank: 396

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Contents List


  • 1 INDIVIDUAL TASTES This page allows students to obtain, offer and exchange information. Students fill in questionnaires and use them to take part in a straightforward discussion.
  • 3 A DAY IN THE LIFE OF... This page looks at different jobs in leisure and tourism with the aim of promoting group discussion.
  • 5 TELEPHONE MANNERS This page allows students to discuss a familiar topic on a one-to-one basis with someone who knows them. They record the results of the call.
  • 7 SHARP QUESTIONS This page asks students to prepare for and then to interview someone in their school, college or locality about his or her involvement in a particular sport.
  • 9 AWAY DAY This page asks students to discuss the pros and cons of different options for a day trip including considerations such as time, cost and distance.
  • 11 TALK ABOUT IT This page asks students to consider four outspoken opinions and decide on one they will support, before debating the topic with an outside group.
  • 13 HOLIDAY FLIGHT This page asks students to understand information from a letter and use it to fill in a holiday booking form.
  • 15 JUST CHECKING This page asks students to write a memo to check that their volleyball team has been entered for a tournament.
  • 17 HEALTH REPORT This page invites students to draw up a list of health and safety hazards, and then write a safety officer's report using an outline format.
  • 19 OUTDOOR PURSUITS This page invites students to draft business letters after designing programmes of suitable activities for three different people at an outdoor pursuits centre.
  • 21 WALK AID This page asks students to compile an annotated map for participants on a sponsored walk.
  • 23 SAFETY CONSCIOUS This page asks students to look at a flow chart and then produce one of their own to turn written information into clear instructions.
  • 25 TOURIST TRENDS This page asks students to consider different graphical techniques and then use them as a means of presenting information about their group's holiday destinations.
  • 27 HERITAGE This page invites students to select places of historical interest as visits to suit different people, and then produce a poster to highlight heritage sites in their local area.
  • 29 SIGNS AND SYMBOLS This page asks students to design a set of self-explanatory, pictorial symbols for a national park. This allows students to select images for an unfamiliar audience.
  • 31 GUIDE BOOK This page asks students to compare two different guide book accounts of Sheffield, and then use some information to write a guide book entry targeted at their own age group. Students will read material, extract information and write a short piece aimed at a specific audience.
  • 33 CONFERENCE QUESTIONS This page invites students to survey conference facilities in three different hotels, and then to summarise the information to make a verbal report.
  • 35 TRAVEL FACTS This page asks students to extract information from timetables and maps, and to make a verbal summary before noting down the best travel option.
  • 37 HOW MAY I HELP YOU? This page gives students an opportunity to gather information from pictures and written material, and use it to write a customer care policy.
  • 39 EASY ACCESS This page asks students to investigate the facilities that exist in their own institution and locality for people with a physical impairment, and then to write structured notes on their research findings.