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1 AKADEMIA WYCHOWANIA FIZYCZNEGO im. Eugeniusza Piaseckiego w Poznaniu DEPARTMENT: TOURISM AND RECREATION the list of subjects for ERASMUS+ incoming students 1

2 ERASMUS+ PROGRAMME DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM AND RECREATION OF AWF LIST OF SUBJECTS FOR AUTUMN-WINTER SEMESTER 2015/2016 No. SUBJECT TEACHER Tour Leading and Tour Guiding (Pilotaż i przewodnictwo) Sociology of Leisure (Socjologia czasu wolnego) Information Technology IT (Technologia informacyjna) Cultural Tourism (Turystyka kulturowa) Recreation Programming (Programowanie rekreacji) Sightseeing Poznań (Krajoznawstwo 1 - Poznań) Governmental and Nongovernmental Organizations in Tourism and Recreation (Organizacje i stow. rządowe i pozarządowe w turystyce i rekreacji) Cuisine as a Tourist Attraction (Kulinaria jako atrakcja turystyczna) ECTS POIN TS FORM OF PASSING Matylda Awedyk, Phd 4 Exam Joanna Poczta, PhD 4 Exam Andrzej Wołoszyn, PhD 3 Exam Karolina Buczkowska, PhD, Ass. Prof. Małgorzata Woźniewicz- Dobrzyńska, PhD 3 Work 4 Work Marek Piasta, MA 3 Work Kamila Anna Ciążyńska, MA 3 Work Joanna Poczta, PhD 2 Work Cross-cultural Communication (Komunikacja międzykulturowa)- obligatory classes (common for Erasmuses and a group of Polish students) Karolina Buczkowska, PhD, Ass. Prof. 2 Work Agritourism (Agroturystyka) Aleksandra Machnik, PhD 2 Work 11. Revitalization of Technical Objects for Touristic Use (Rewitalizacja obiektów technicznych dla turystyki) Matylda Awedyk, Phd 1 Work 2

3 ERASMUS+ PROGRAMME DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM AND RECREATION OF AWF LIST OF SUBJECTS FOR SPRING SEMESTER 2015/2016 No. SUBJECT TEACHER ECTS POINTS FORM OF PASSING 1. Leisure Time Designing (Projektowanie czasu wolnego) Małgorzata Woźniewicz- Dobrzyńska, PhD 5 Exam 2. Leader and Team Building (Dynamika procesów grupowych) 3. Ecology and Environment Protection (Ekologia i ochrona środowiska) 4. IT in Tourism and Leisure (Informatyka w turystyce i rekreacji) 5. Sightseeing Poland (Krajoznawstwo 2 - Polska) 6. Cultural Heritage in Tourism (Dziedzictwo kulturowe w turystyce) 7. Sightseeing Poznań (Krajoznawstwo 1 - Poznań) for students who did not take it in an autumn-winter semester 8. Alternative Tourism Cultural Tourism [trip](turystyka alternatywna kulturowa)* 9. Sport Tourism (Turystyka sportowa) 10. Cross-cultural Communication (Komunikacja międzykulturowa) obligatory classes (common for Erasmuses and a group of Polish students) 11. Tourism in Euroregion (Turystyka w Euroregionie) Kamila Anna Ciążyńska, MA Aleksandra Machnik, PhD Andrzej Wołoszyn, PhD Aleksandra Machnik, Phd 5 Work 4 Exam 4 Exam 4 Exam Karolina Buczkowska, PhD, Ass. Prof. or Ewa Malchrowicz- Mośko, MA 4 Exam Marek Piasta, MA 3 Work Karolina Buczkowska, PhD, Ass. Prof. Ewa Malchrowicz- Mośko, MA Karolina Buczkowska, PhD, Ass. Prof. Matylda Awedyk, PhD 2 Work 2 Work 2 Work 1,5 Work * Students participate in costs of those classes 3

4 OBLIGATIONS Classes for ERASMUS Incoming Students ALL Incoming Students are obliged to respect the following rules: 1. Establish/update the list of classes/lectures to attend (learning agreements) as soon as possible (in 1 month after arrival to Poznań). Student can t change this form during the semester and in a short time before exams time because it is a base to prepare the Exam Card. 2. Student can t break participation in classes/lectures during its running. Institutional and Departmental Coordinator and the teacher responsible for it should be informed earlier. 3. Students must come to classes run by Polish teachers on time. 4. Within every chosen course an Erasmus Student has the maximum of 15 class-hours of lectures (in English) and, besides that, participates in some practical classes together with Polish students. We offer module of subjects in English with our academic teachers who are responsible for the subject and obliged to do their best to help students. The module is based on proposal from incoming students (their Learning Agreements). Start of particular subjects in English depends on amount of students who are interested in it (min. 50% of incoming students). Because of financial reasons we can offer MAXIMUM 10 subjects per semester from each faculty and 5 subject for physiotherapy students (not more). 5. In order to get credits in the courses an Erasmus Student should see the teachers and present the Exams Form available from the Institutional Coordinator at the Erasmus+ Programme Office. This form is a base to prepare Transcript of Records which will be sent directly to a coordinator at a partner institution not earlier than one month after the end of a semester. 6. In case of any problems an Erasmus Student should immediately contact his/her Polish partner-student, the Institutional or Departmental Coordinator. 4

5 PILOTAŻ I PRZEWODNICTWO TOUR LEADING AND TOUR GUIDING Chair of Tourism and Recreation Geoecology / Katedra Geoekologii Turystyki i Rekreacji Matylda Awedyk, PhD ECTS points 4 Basic information about the subject The aim of the subject is to introduce students the aspects of tour guiding and tour leading in the European Union and let them practice this work during the classes done in the city areas. 1. Tour guiding and tour leading definitions, differences, classifications. 2. Law basis of tour guiding and tour leading in Poland and the countries Erasmus students come from. 3. Tour guiding and tour leading education systems in Poland and the countries the Erasmus students come from. 4. How to be a good tour guide or tour leader? workshops. 5. Trip programmes problems for tour guides and tour leaders. 6. Practical classes in the city areas: monuments, museums, street, trams, airports etc. Internet sources (esp. web pages of European Union). Law documents and bills from the countries Erasmus students come from. 5

6 SOCJOLOGIA CZASU WOLNEGO SOCIOLOGY OF LEISURE Department of Cultural Foundations of Tourism/ Zakład Kulturowych Podstaw Turystyki Joanna Poczta, PhD ECTS points 4 Basic information about the subject The course aims to introduce students to the terminology of sociology of leisure which is the study of how humans organize their free time. Leisure includes a broad array of activities, such as sport, tourism, and the playing of games. The goal of the course is to educate how the sociology of leisure is closely tied to the sociology of work, as each explores a different side of the work-leisure relationship. More recent studies in the field move away from the work-leisure relationship and focus on the relation between leisure and culture, leisure and tourism, leisure and recreation. The main subject is an analysis of tourism and recreation which is strictly connected with leisure time. Students prepare presentations about determinants of leisure time activities, types of leisure activities (substantially influenced by the individual's immediate situation: presence or lack of family, age, and other factors). 1. Introduction to sociology of leisure as a fairly recent subfield of sociology, compared to more traditional subfields such as sociology of work, sociology of the family, and sociology of education. 2. Terminology of leisure and the conversation about the difficulties with the definition of leisure. The analysis of its numerous definitions. 3. The conversation about some unresolved questions concerning the definition of work: in particular, whether unpaid endeavors, such as volunteering or studying, are work.non-work time should not be equated with free time, as it comprises not only free time, dedicated to leisure, but also time dedicated to certain obligatory activities, such as housework. 4. The analysis of the relation between work and leisure which can also be unclear: research indicates that some individuals find skills that they have acquired at work useful to their hobbies (and vice versa), and some individuals have used leisure activities to advance their work careers. 6

7 5. Students presentations 6. Summary of classes, discussion about projects, final evaluation. Ch. Rojek, Leisure and Tourism, in: C. J. Calhoun, Ch. Rojek, B. S. Turner, eds., The Sage Handbook of Sociology, SAGE, 2005, ISBN J. R.Kelly, Geoffrey Godbey, The Sociology of Leisure, Venture Pub., 1992, ISBN G. Marshall, "Leisure, sociological studies of" A Dictionary of Sociology, 1998, J. H. Frey, D.R. Dickens, Leisure as a Primary Institution, Sociological Inquiry. vol. 60, no. 3, 1990, pp , ON: X, J. Wilson, The Sociology of Leisure, Annual Review of Sociology, vol. 6, August 1980, pp

8 TECHNOLOGIA INFORMACYJNA INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - IT Department of Informatics / Zakład Informatyki Andrzej Wołoszyn, MA ECTS points 3 Basic information about the subject Students will have been able to: create and format word documents, insert and process references, tables, equations, pictures and graphic, and use mail merge tools, understand worksheet design, work with functions and charts, manipulate, format and analyze data, prepare a concise and legible presentation. Example sets will proceed from actual data, which would help the student analyze it and draw conclusions. WORD text formatting and page layout creating and formatting tables inserting special symbols, equations, and graphic inserting table of content and footnotes understanding and using mail merge tools EXCEL editing and formatting data and content using functions, referencing cells sorting and filtering data creating charts and pivot tables POWERPOINT working with different slide types working with SmartArt graphics adding transitions and animations 8

9 TURYSTYKA KULTUROWA CULTURAL TOURISM Department of Cultural Foundations of Tourism/ Zakład Kulturowych Podstaw Turystyki Karolina Buczkowska, PhD, Ass. Prof. ECTS points 3 Basic information about the subject The subject is to teach students how cultural tourism looks like and how specific and omnipresent form of traveling it is nowadays. The subject can be continued in the second semester the practical subject is then called: Alternative Cultural Tourism (the trip). 1. Cultural tourism definitions, forms, different aspects, differences between cultural (niche) and mass tourism. 2. Features and profiles of cultural tourists comparison of research data. 3. Rules of trip organizing process for cultural tourists theory and workshop. 4. Cultural tourism on TOUR SALON Tourist Fairs in Poznan visiting the event in October. 5. Poznan City Office of Cultural Tourism (TRAKT) a visit and meeting with its workers (if possible). Buczkowska K., Cultural Tourism Heritage, Arts and Creativity, AWF Poznań, 2011 Issac R., 2008, Understanding the Behaviour of Cultural Tourists, dissertation, IHE Breda. Jafari J. (red.), 2000, Encyclopedia of tourism, Routledge, London. Cultural Heritage Management, The Haworth Hospitality Press, New York-London-Oxford. Richards G. (red.), 1996/2005, Cultural Tourism in Europe, CAB International, Wallingford UK, Richards G., 2007, Cultural Tourism. Global and Local Perspectives, ATLAS, New York-London 9

10 PROGRAMOWANIE REKREACJI RECREATION PROGRAMMING Chair of Recreation / Katedra Rekreacji Małgorzata Woźniewicz-Dobrzyńska, PhD ECTS points 4 Basic information about the subject This subject is about theory and methods of composing different programs in recreation. It answers the following queries: How can we arrange different recreation programs for different social and job group?; How does physical recreation make the influence for health?; What is hobby and why do we decide to do something in our free time?; How can we use free time and change it in to work time? 1. Main theory of recreation and leisure. 2. How we can divide free time. 3. Rules in recreation. 4. Theory of Max Caplan. 5. Work and leisure the relations. 6. Socialization and behaving to leisure. 7. Health and recreation the relation and correlation. Theory and methods in recreation Basic, I. Kiełbasiewicz- Drozdowska, AWF Poznań 2002 Support of human being development and education through tourism, sport and recreation, WSG Bydgoszcz

11 KRAJOZNAWSTWO 1 POZNAŃ SIGHTSEEING POZNAŃ Department of Cultural Foundations of Tourism / Zakład Kulturowych Podstaw Turystyki Marek Piasta, MA ECTS points 3 Basic information about the subject The aim of the subject is to visit and understand Poznań with all its aspects and from different perspectives. The subject should be very important for Erasmus students because Poznań is the city which they have chosen for their studies. Thanks to acting a city guide students will learn the basics of public speech in urban area 1. Historical areas (eg. Cathedral Island, Old Market, Emperor s Quarter). 2 Green areas (eg. Malta Lake, Sołacz Park, Rusałka Lake, New ZOO). 3. Recreational areas (Malta Thermal Springs). 4. City events (eg. St. Martin s Day). 5. Unique places (eg. Euro-Cup stadium, Lech Brewery). 5. Ethnic groups in Poznań in the past (Bambers, Jews, Germans). 6. Modern architecture and art in the city (eg. Stary Browar). 7. City museums of different types. 8. Poznań for Spaniards, Turks, French people etc. Guidebooks about Poznań and city tourism web-pages. 11

12 ORGANIZACJE I STOWARZYSZENIA RZĄDOWE I POZARZĄDOWE W TURYSTYCE I REKREACJI GOVERNMENTAL AND NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS IN TOURISM AND RECREATION Chair of Recreation / Katedra Rekreacji Kamila Anna Ciażynska, MA ECTS points 3 Basic information about the subject The aim of the subject is to familiarize students with the most important international and national/regional governmental and non-governmental organizations in the field of tourism and recreation. Students will gain knowledge about operations, actions and influence on tourism and recreation industry in their countries, too. 1. Introduction to the topic. 2. Characteristics of history, structure, operations, actions of: - World Tourism Organisation (UN WTO) - Ministry of Sports and Tourism (Poland) - Polska Organizacja Turystyczna (Polish Tourism Organisation) - Lokalne Organizacje Turystyczne (Local Tourism Organisation, eg. in Wielkopolska Region) - Visit Britain - Polibea Turismo (Spain) - PREDIF Confederation and others. Berne E., Games people play. The psychology of human relationships, Penguin, 2010 Brown R., Group processes. Dynamics within and between groups, Wiley-Blackwell, 2001 Oyster K., Groups. A User s guide. McGraw, 1995 Wyatt W., Team building, Amazon, 2013 Own materials and intercultural experience. 12

13 KULINARIA JAKO ATRAKCJA TURYSTYCZNA CUISINE AS A TOURIST ATTRACTION Department of Cultural Foundations of Tourism / Zakład Kulturowych Podstaw Turystyki Joanna Poczta, PhD ECTS points 2 Basic information about the subject The course aims to introduce students to the culinary heritage of the world and how it is used in tourism. The goal of the course is to educate how to build culinary products and raise the attractiveness of the region, how to inspire food and wine enthusiasts while giving the traveler a chance to explore the local area and learn about local food trends, cooking techniques and food history. The main subject is an analysis of culinary tours and travel packages which include a wide range of activities related to cooking, food sampling, food trends, wine making and baking or famous culinary events. Students prepare presentations about the cuisine of the country of origin (or another country). They present not only the regional food, drinks, sweets and festive dishes, but also tourist products based on them (such as wine routes or culinary events) and tour operators market specializing in culinary tourism. The lecturer will present the Polish culinary traditions, regions, tourist attractions based on food and food products. The final work students give the project of the culinary tourism product, which could occur in their region of residence and become culinary tourist attraction. 1. Introduction to the course and lecture on Polish cuisine regional food, drinks, sweets, festive dishes, plus tourist products based on them, plus Polish market of tour operators specializing in culinary tourism. 2. Students presentations (eg. Spanish cuisine, Portugal cuisine, Turkish cuisine, Greek cuisine, Italian cuisine). 3. Analysis of the existing culinary products in Poland and the students countries. 4. Analysis of famous culinary events and products and its influence on raising the attractiveness of the region. 5. Project of the culinary tourism product, which could occur in their region of residence and become culinary tourist attraction. 6. Summary of classes, discussion about projects, final evaluation. 13

14 L. M. Long Culinary Tourism different editions K. Buczkowska Cultural tourism heritage, arts and creativity + travel guides (parts about cuisine). 14

15 KOMUNIKACJA MIĘDZYKULTUROWA CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION Department of Cultural Foundations of Tourism / Zakład Kulturowych Podstaw Turystyki Karolina Buczkowska, PhD, Ass. Prof. ECTS points 2 Basic information about the subject The form of the subject is the workshop in the group of international students (Erasmuses and Polish students). The idea of it is to learn about differences in communication between various cultures of the world and about practical keys to cross-cultural communication most of them are going to be tried out and worked out by students during classes. 1. Basic concepts and definitions concerning cross-cultural communication: culture, cross-culture, culture models, communication, etc. 2. Barriers of cross-cultural communication: ethnocentrism, stereotypes, prejudice, perception, interpretation, language, culture shock etc. 3. Cultural learning. 4. Cultural dimensions. 5. Values, Do s and Don ts, beliefs, introductions, negotiations and gift giving in various cultures represented by Erasmuses similarities and differences. Bencikova D., Cross-cultural Communication in Business, Banska Bystrica, 2007 Le Baron M., Conflict Across Cultures: A Unique Experience of Bridging Differences, Intercultural Press,

16 AGROTURYSTYKA AGRITOURISM Chair of Tourism and Recreation Geoecology/ Katedra Geoekologii Turystyki i Rekreacji Aleksandra Machnik, PhD ECTS points Basic information about the subject 2 The aim of the subject is to deliver to the students knowledge about agritourism, especially about the role and importance of agritourism in the multifunctional development of farms and rural areas. During the classes the students will also get knowledge about the rural natural and cultural heritage of Poland and Europe. 1. The concept of agritourism - Rural areas in Europe short characteristic - Definition, - Agritourism vs Rural Tourism, - Uniqueness of agritourism, - Agritourism and Rural Tourism Associations EuroGites, PFTW 2. Social aspects of agritourism 3. Agritourist space and rural heritage - The types of agritourist space - Management of agritourist space - Heritage and nature protection in rural areas 4. Agritourist services and products practical aspects of agritourism - Services, products and agritourist attractions - Problems and solutions case studies. Sznajder M., Przezbórska L., Scrimgeour F Agritourism, CABI, Cambridge 16

17 REWITALIZACJA OBIEKTÓW TECHNICZNYCH DLA TURYSTYKI REVITALIZATION OF TECHNICAL OBJECTS FOR TOURISTIC USE Chair of Tourism and Recreation Geoecology / Katedra Geoekologii Turystyki i Rekreacji Matylda Awedyk, PhD ECTS points 1 Basic information about the subject The main idea of the subject is to show the worldwide examples of revitalization projects. In what ways can old, used, destroyed buildings or areas get a new function attractive for tourists. 1. Definition of revitalization. 2. Aspects and barrieres of revitalization. 3. Teritorial scope of revitalization. 4. Participants, stages of revitalization process. 5. Legal basics of revitalization process in Poland. 6. Polish and European experiences. The art of revitalization, S. Zelenbach, Garland Publishing Inc., New York Revitalizing Historic Urban Quarters, S. Tiesdell, T.Oc, T. Heath, Reed Educational and Professional Publishing Ltd., Oxford Urban revitalization: policies and programs, F.W. Wagner, T.E. Joder, A.J. Mumphrey, Sage Publication

18 PROJEKTOWANIE CZASU WOLNEGO LEISURE TIME DESIGNING Chair of Recreation / Katedra Rekreacji Małgorzata Woźniewicz-Dobrzyńska, PhD ECTS points 5 Basic information about the subject This subject concerns the topic of leisure time and its value in human being s life. It is based on theory and workshop. 1. Firstly student educate about time map what does it mean? What is it for? What is the diagnostic role of time map for animators and leisure instructors and also why human resources use the time map? 2. Then we discuss the different components of leisure and what the burn up syndrom is. 3. Then students construct their own project about leisure program for different social, job and age group. 4. One part of the classes is culinary workshop. The base topic is to know how instructor or animator should organize free time during a conference, congress or worshop. City hotel plus recreation centre (squash) plus and restaurant cooperation and possible events. 5. Finally, we talk about time and area compression in the 21 st century. Geofrey Morrow, Do the business in tourism, Oxford 2002 Lothar Seiwret, How we could arrange the time, PWN Warsaw,

19 DYNAMIKA PROCESÓW GRUPOWYCH LEADER AND TEAM BUILDING Chair of Recreation / Katedra Rekreacji Kamila Anna Ciążyńska, MA ECTS points 5 Basic information about the subject Students will gain practical skills of team building, team leading, conflict management and goal setting as well as theoretical knowledge about group types, group roles, group dynamics, stages of a team, intercultural team work. The following learning forms will be used in the course: workshop, case study, games, brainstorming, buzz groups, role-play and others. 1.Theory of groups: definition, types, roles, functions 2.Group dynamics: stages and processes 3.Team building 4.Leadership, team leading 5.Goal setting 6.Conflict management 7.Intercultural team work Berne E., Games people play. The psychology of human relationships, Penguin, 2010 Brown R., Group processes. Dynamics within and between groups, Wiley-Blackwell, 2001 Oyster K., Groups. A User s guide. McGraw, 1995 Wyatt W., Team building, Amazon, 2013 Own materials and intercultural experience. 19

20 EKOLOGIA I OCHRONA ŚRODOWISKA ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION Chair of Tourism and Recreation Geoecology / Katedra Geoekologii Turystyki i Rekreacji Aleksandra Machnik, PhD ECTS points 4 Basic information about the subject The aim of the subject is to teach students basic information about ecology, ecosystems in Poland and nature protection in Europe. It is also to teach how to use the natural environment in tourism in the way to lower the negative influence on it. 1. Basic information about ecology. 2. Keeping the balance in ecosystems. 3. Living organisms and environment. 4. Interactions between the species. 5. Population as a basic evolution unit. 6. Ecosystems in Poland. 7. Ecological succession. 8. Nature protection aims, motives, methods. 9. Forms of nature protection in Poland and Europe. 10. Conflicts on the line: tourism nature protection. 11. Tourism on environmental protected areas. 12. Sustainable tourism. Odum E., Basic Ecology, Saunders Collage Publication, Philadelphia Books about sustainable tourism. 20

21 INFORMATYKA W TURYSTYCE I REKREACJI IT IN TOURISM AND RECREATION Department of Informatics / Zakład Informatyki Andrzej Wołoszyn, MA ECTS points 4 Basic information about the subject The purpose of the course is to obtain sufficient skills to create a basic web site from scratch: html, css, and basic graphic skills. structure of html tags and attributes: syntax and common examples hyperlinks, images, tables, lists, entities, media embedding css syntax: selectors and properties external, internal, and inline style sheets, the cascading principle common properties, color palette background properties: images and understanding paths text and font properties hyperlink pseudo selectors the box model: margin, border, and padding properties descendent selectors and matching attributes float property defining and using classes common graphic types graphic editing skills 21

22 KRAJOZNAWSTWO 2 - POLSKA SIGHTSEEING POLAND Chair of Tourism and Recreation Geoecology / Katedra Geoekologii Turystyki i Rekreacji Aleksandra Machnik, PhD ECTS points 4 Basic information about the subject The aim of the subject is to show Poland with all its aspects. The subject is useful and important for Erasmus students because Poland is the country which they have chosen for their studies. 1. Basic information about Poland: demography, geography, politics, system, religion, holidays etc. 2. Short history of Poland. 3. Polish cities their heritage and modern life. 4. Polish seaside different coasts, specific places, fauna and flora, holiday resorts. 5. Mountain ranges in Poland their geographical, environmental and ethnic diversity. 6. Protected areas in Poland, esp. national parks. 7. Famous and great Poles. 8. Some ethnic groups in Poland (eg. the history of Polish Jews) 9. My trips around Poland in the time of Erasmus studies memories, souvenirs, opinions. 10. Trip to Kórnik Our Little Mother Land visiting the town, the castle and the arboretum (park). Jędrysiak Tadeusz, Poland for foreigners, Warszawa 2000 Why Poland?, Wiedza i Życie, Warszawa 2004 Poland. The guide, Pascal, Bielsko-Biała 2006 Discover Poland, DVD, Polska Organizacja Turystyczna, 2008 Promotional materials from Polish Tourism Organization 22

23 ECTS points DZIEDZICTWO KULTUROWE W TURYSTYCE CULTURAL HERITAGE IN TOURISM Department of Cultural Foundations of Tourism / Zakład Kulturowych Podstaw Turystyki Karolina Buczkowska, PhD, Ass. Prof. / Ewa Malchrowicz-Mośko, MA 4 Basic information about the subject The aim of the subject is to discuss the importance of cultural heritage in our lives and in tourism. It is to show its wealth and ways of protection. Also: the positive and negative aspects of cultural heritage tourism. 1) Defining cultural heritage and heritage tourism; 2) Forms of cultural heritage protection; 3) UNESCO Heritage Lists 4) Cultural routes (including European Cultural Routes) 5) Cultural heritage of European countries (represented by Erasmuses) 6) Cultural Heritage in Poznań and Poland 7) Cultural heritage tourism versus massive tourism Buczkowska K. [2011], Cultural Tourism Heritage, Arts and Creativity, AWF Poznań, 2011 Cultural Heritage and Tourism Development. A Report on the International Conference on Cultural Tourism (Siem Reap in Cambodia December 2000) [2001], World Tourism Organization, Madrid. International Cultural Tourism Charter (Managing Tourism at Places of Heritage Significance, 1999) [1999], adopted by ICOMOS at the 12th General Assembly in Mexico. Richards G. (ed.) [2007], Cultural Tourism. Global and Local Perspectives, Routledge, New York-London. 23

24 KRAJOZNAWSTWO 1 POZNAŃ SIGHTSEEING POZNAŃ Department of Cultural Foundations of Tourism / Zakład Kulturowych Podstaw Turystyki Marek Piasta, MA ECTS points 3 Basic information about the subject The aim of the subject is to visit and understand Poznań with all its aspects and from different perspectives. The subject should be very important for Erasmus students because Poznań is the city which they have chosen for their studies. Thanks to acting a city guide students will learn the basics of public speech in urban are 1. Historical areas (eg. Cathedral Island, Old Market, Emperor s Quarter). 2. Green areas (eg. Malta Lake, Sołacz Park, Rusałka Lake, New ZOO). 3. Recreational areas (Malta Thermal Springs). 4. City events (eg. St. Martin s Day). 5. Unique places (eg. Euro-Cup stadium, Lech Brewery). 5. Ethnic groups in Poznań in the past (Bambers, Jews, Germans). 6. Modern architecture and art in the city (eg. Stary Browar). 7. City museums of different types. 8. Poznań for Spaniards, Turks, French people etc. Guidebooks about Poznań and city tourism web-pages. 24

25 TURYSTYKA ALTERNATYWNA KULTUROWA ALTERNATIVE TOURISM CULTURAL TOURISM Department of Cultural Foundations of Tourism / Zakład Kulturowych Podstaw Turystyki Karolina Buczkowska, PhD, Ass. Prof. ECTS points 2 Basic information about the subject The subject is to teach students how cultural tourism looks like in practice which takes place during 1-day trip to one of Polish cities (chosen by students), eg. Torun, Łodz, Wroclaw, Warsaw. Students prepare this trip together with the teacher. Students participate in full costs of the trip. Topics to be discussed and observed during the trip: 1. Cultural tourism what is it, what features does it have? Differences between cultural (niche) and mass visiting tourism. 2. Who can be a cultural tourist? What features must that person have? Are we cultural tourists? 3. Organizing a trip for cultural tourists rules and important matters. 4. Potential of the visited city for cultural tourism (monuments and events) observation and a meeting with workers of Tourist Promotion Office or Tourist Information Centre (if possible). 5. How to be a good tour guide for cultural tourists? Workshop. 1. BOOKS CONCERNING CULTURAL TOURISM Buczkowska K., Cultural Tourism Heritage, Arts and Creativity, AWF Poznań, GUIDEBOOKS ABOUT VISITED CITY/REGION 25

26 TURYSTYKA SPORTOWA SPORT TOURISM Department of Cultural Foundations of Tourism / Zakład Kulturowych Podstaw Turystyki Ewa Malchrowicz-Mośko, MA ECTS points 2 Basic information about the subject The course aims to introduce students to the basic concepts of sport tourism and European sporting heritage. Students prepare presentations about the aspects of sport tourism in their countries of origin (or another country). The lecturer will present sport tourism in Poland. Some classes will be held outside the Academy eg. visit in the Museum of Sport in Warsaw or participation in sporting event in Poznań. The final work: students prepare the project of the sport tourism product. 1. Sport tourism basic concepts & Sport tourism in Poland: Polish sports regions, Sporting events in Poland, The most popular sports in Poland today, Polish traditional sports, Polish sporting heritage sports museums & stadiums in Poland the most popular Polish sportsmen, Polish tour operators market specializing in sport tourism 2. Students presentations the same aspects in their countries 3. Visit to the Stadium in Poznań 4. Visit to the Museum of Sport in Warsaw (one day trip) 5. Visit to the Museum of Sport in Warsaw (cost about 100 zl) 6. Participation in sporting event in Poland (optionally) 7. Students presentation about projects of sports tourism product/sports tour/sports holiday 8. Summary of classes, discussion about projects, final evaluation J. Standeven, P. de Knop Sport tourism Articles and materials from the teacher 26

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