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English for the Students of Tourism and Hotel Management

انگلیسی برای دانشجویان رشته‌ های مدیریت جهانگردی و هتلداری

Publisher: سازمان سمت

Author: ,

Printed Page Count : 150

Congress Class : 1383 9 ک 9 ج/ 1127 PE

Dewey Decimal Classification : 428/6

National Bibliography Number : 9607 83 م

ISBN : 9789644598340

Publish Year : 1383

Research Group Code : 1

Digital ISBN : 978-600-02-1862-1

کد کتاب : 0795

Book summary

English for the Students of Tourism and Hotel Management, an EAP textbook for undergraduate university students of Tourism and Hotel Management, aims to develop the learners’ reading ability in academic contexts. To this end, it:
• includes a variety of up-to-date authentic texts from a wide range of text types and genres
• focuses on fostering reading skills and strategies helpful in disciplinary contexts
• has a broad range of meaningful and engaging tasks and activities
• organizes units around themes to make them reader-friendly
• involves in-depth vocabulary activities
• provides great opportunities for improving grammar in context
• uses translation as both a reading practice and a translation activity

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تعداد صفحات نسخه دیجیتال : 156

Printed Book

14,000 Toman

Printed Page Count : 152

Publish Year : 1392

نوع جلد : شومیز

قطع : وزیری

وزن : 208.24

کد یکتا : 100795

نوبت چاپ : 10

تیراژ : 3500

Subjects

Content

Key to Phonetic Symbols
Part One: Fundamental Concepts in Tourism
Lesson One: Tourism Concepts
Lesson Two: Motivations for and Barriers to Travel
Lesson Three: Tourism and Tourism Product
Lesson Four: Future of Tourism
Part Two: Management of Tourism
Lesson Five: Tourism Management
Lesson Six: Public and Private Sectors in Tourism Management
Part Three: Consequences of Tourism
Lesson Seven: Pros and Cons of Tourism Development
Lesson Eight: Types of Socio-Cultural Imports
Lesson Nine: Environmental Disasters and Hotel Management
Lesson Ten: Solutions for Regional Resource Planning
Part Four: Urban and Rural Tourism
Lesson Eleven: The Characteristics of Urban Tourism
Lesson Twelve: Urban Tourism
Lesson Thirteen: Rural Tourism
Lesson Fourteen: Benefits and Costs of Rural Tourism
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