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Title: Using Strategies to Engage Your Students: Teaching Principles of Hospitality


1
Using Strategies to Engage Your
Students Teaching Principles of Hospitality
Tourism
  • 2009 NAF Summer Institute July 7-11, 2009
    Phoenix, AZ

2
About Me
  • Melody CockrellBen Barber Career Tech Academy
    Mansfield, Texas
  • Teaches Principles of HT and Sports Marketing
  • Piloted Principles of HT
  • 2007-2008 Curriculum Fellow
  • 2008-2009 Curriculum Leader
  • Jims wife for 36 years, mother to Sarah, Molly,
    Brooke, Taylor and

3
Cassidy and Coltons Grandmom
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Think About It
  • Teaching is ___________that_____________
  • Identify this strategy

5
What is the most important thing you can teach
your students?
  • Identify strategy

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Another Way to Answer
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Poll Everywhere
9
What is your role with NAF?
  • To vote Text a CODE to 99503
  • Teacher 20161
  • Administrator 20164
  • Other 20129

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What have you done that you think no one else in
this room has ever done?
To participate Text 20680 and your message to
99503
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Concerning my use of the New Principles of
Hospitality and Tourism Curriculum,
  • To Vote Text a CODE to 99503
  • -Today is the first time I have see it! 20682
  • -I used it this year and will use it next. 20683
  • -Not sure, but I will let you know. 20681

13
Would this activity be an effective tool in the
classroom?
  • Give three reasons to support your answer.
  • Turn to the person next to you and discuss your
    response.
  • Share with the entire group.
  • Identify strategy

14
NAF Curriculum Update Academy of Hospitality
Tourism
Courses Currently Offered (with pilot complete) Courses to be added (and piloted) in 2009-2010
Principles of Hospitality and Tourism Geography and World Cultures Customer Service Hospitality Marketing Sustainable Tourism Sports, Entertainment, and Event Planning
15
NAF Curriculum Highlights
Standards-Based
Rigor
Flexibility
NAF Curriculum Beliefs
Relevant
Literacy Integration
Project-Based Learning
16
NAF Curriculum Highlights PBL
Encourage collaboration and cooperation.
Recognize students inherent drive to learn.
Use performance-based assessments that require a
range of skills and knowledge.
Highlight questions that lead students to
in-depth exploration of authentic and important
topics.
17
Principles of Hospitality Tourism Assumptions
and Prerequisites
Students have some basic computer skills (ability
to type, use word processing programs, do simple
Internet research).
Students have some basic understanding of
physical geography (how to read maps, globes,
etc).
Students should be able to work in a team and
communicate effectively about their own
motivations and desires
18
FORMAT OF THE CURRICULUM
  • COURSE OVERVIEW
  • UNIT OVERVIEW
  • LESSON OVERVIEW
  • LESSON PLAN
  • STUDENT RESOURCES
  • TEACHER RESOURCES

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UNITS AND LESSONS
  • UNIT ONE- 1, 2 Introductions
  • UNIT TWO-3, 4-Meeting Needs
  • UNIT THREE-5, 6, 7-Fundamentals
  • UNIT FOUR-8, 9, 10-Transportation
  • UNIT FIVE-11, 12-Effects
  • UNIT SIX-13, 14-Resources
  • UNIT SEVEN-15, 16-Selling
  • UNIT EIGHT-17, 18, 19-Careers

20
Projects
Minor Project
  • Lesson 5
  • Students read a letter asking for the deliverable
    of a convention poster.
  • Groups are formed.
  • Students present their findings in the form of a
    display poster.

21
Minor Project
22
Projects
Culminating Project
  • Lesson 1- View Exemplar
  • Lesson 7-Entertainment Proposal
  • Lesson 10-Intinerary and Brochure
  • Remaining lessons scaffold to create the final
    product.

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The Restaurant Experience
25
Tools within the Curriculum
  • 4 Corners
  • Think-Pair/Group-Share
  • Taxonomy
  • Guided Question
  • Gallery Walk
  • Know-Want To Know-Learned
  • Defining statement

26
Obstacles and Solutions
27
Experience the Curriculum
  • Discussion
  • What are some activities that you use in your
    classroom that have been effective?
  • What type of scenarios/activities have you used?
  • Do you have any best practices to share?

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  • And a closing video clip

29
Support from Curriculum Leaders
Here to help both with content and pedagogy.
Ready to hear your ideas about how to revise and
improve the course.
Contact information is always available on the
Course Overview page of the NAF Curriculum
Library.
30
Collaboration Network
  • Andy Rothsteins Blog
  • Discussion Forums for all NAF courses
  • Multimedia presentations
  • Curriculum Spotlight Video

31
Thank you!
  • For more information, contact me
  • mcockrell_at_mansfieldisd.org
  • Collaboration Network melodycockrell
  • Blog Course Fellow
  • Course Forum Principles of Hospitality and
    Tourism
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