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West Visayas State University

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT


La Paz, Iloilo City
Tel. No. 320-0870 loc. 1817

Division of Tourism Management

OUTCOME-BASED EDUCATION (OBE) SYLLABUS IN WORLD TOURISM

Date Revised/ Enhanced: June 3, 2016

I. University
Vision: The West Visayas State University as one of the top Universities in Southeast Asia.
Mission: To produce globally competitive life-long learners.
Core Values: Service Harmony Excellence
Institutional Outcome: Taga West…
 is a creative and critical thinker
 is an effective and responsible communicator
 has uncompromising personal and professional ethical standards
 is technologically skilled
 has teaming and collaborative skills
 is socially responsible and has strong national identity
 is globally employable
II. College Objectives
Objectives of the College Of Business and Management
1. Assured of quality instruction and industry driven curriculum;
2. Emphasized the need for research in business and industry and allied disciplines and disseminate product of research in actual instruction;
3. Innovated, collaborative, and shared expertise
4. Achieved relentless excellence.
III. Degree
Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management

IV. Degree Outcomes


BS TOURISM MANAGEMENT
Based on CHED CMO No. 30, Series of 2006
1. Resources: Identifies goal-relevant activities, ranks them, and allocates resources.
2. Interpersonal: Works with others
3. Information: acquires and evaluates information
4. Systems: understand conflicts interrelationships
5. Technology: works with a variety of technologies
6. Basic Skills: Reads, writes, performs arithmetic and mathematical operations, listens and speaks.
7. Thinking skills: Thiks creatively, make decisions, solve problems, visualizes and knows how to learn and reason.
8. Personal Qualities: Posesses a sense of responsibility, self- esteem, sociability, self- management, integrity and honesty.
9. Performs work activities effectively and efficiently to the standards expected in the operation required in the tourism
industry/hospitality sectors.
10. Undertakes task, functions, duties and activities in the operation of the hotels, restaurants, travel, government and non-
government agencies in accordance with the competency standards.
11. Analyzes situation, identifies problems, formulates solutions and implements corrective and/or mitigating measures and
actions.
V. Course No. and Title
TRM 204A (World Tourism)
Pre-requisites : TRM 201 (Principles of Tourism I) & TRM 202 (Principles of Tourism II)

VI. School Year / Semester Offered


June 2016 (1st Semester)

VII. Course Description


This course presents a comprehensive survey of the tourist destination in the world. Major discussion will be on international documentation,
visa requirements, health and safety issues, geographical characteristics, access routes, major attractions, gastronomy and distinctive cultural
attributes of major tourist destination countries, international organizations relating to tourism and their major functions. May include trip to an
overseas destination
This course also covers the application of concepts and principles of tourism in international travel. Its emphasis is places on the application
of World Geography and Culture. World Tourism will touch on the features of different continents of the world – their culture, history, attractions,
facilities, travel formalities, tourism potentials and their effects on International Travel.

VIII. Course Credit / Unit


3 Units Subject (3 Units Lecture- 3 hours a week)
3 Hours a Week 18 Weeks 54 Hours a Semester
IX. Course Outcome
Upon successful completion of this course the students must have:
1. Identified the location of continents and countries in relation to other countries and regions of the world on a blank map.
2. Named and described major attractions in each country, tell the time in different time zone, country codes and taglines.
3. Appreciated the tourist value of major tourist destinations;
4. Understood the process and legal requirements of traveling in foreign countries;
5. Realized the cultural differences and similarities among the people of the world;
6. Enhanced their research and presentations skills.
7. Culminated the different cultural features though dance, costumes, and cuisine of the world.

XI. Course Design Matrix

Desired Learning Outcomes Course Content Subject Textbook and Outcome- Assessment Resource Time
(DLO) Matter References Based of Learning Material Table
Teaching Outcomes
& Learning (ALO)
(OBTL)

At the end of the unit, students Unit 0. The university mission, University Lecture Pencil and LCD Projector 3 hours
must have: vision, and core values, college Manual Paper Test
1. Internalized and demonstrated objectives and course University ID on VMGO
the vision, mission and core outcomes; University Viewing
values of the university, college Handbook
program, goals of the college
and degree program.
Desired Learning Outcomes Course Content Subject Textbook and Outcome- Assessment Resource Time
(DLO) Matter References Based of Learning Material Table
Teaching Outcomes
& Learning (ALO)
(OBTL)
At the end of the unit, students I. Introduction to World Goeldner, Interactive Quiz Books 3 hours
must have: Tourism Charles, et al., Class
1. Understood the principles of a. Definition of Tourism Discussion Projector
World Tourism. World/International
Principles,
2. Defined what world tourism is Tourism
Practices, Group Internet
and identify factors affecting it. b. International Tourism
Associations Philosophies, Activity:
3. Differentiated World Tourism to
2012, 1st Choose at
Domestic or Local Tourism.
4. Told the advantages and Philippine least 5
disadvantages of traveling with Reprint Edition, Tourism
in one’s country vis-avis John Wiley and Organization
traveling abroad. Sons. Inc. New s; site its
5. Told the role of Tourism in the Jersey advocacy
economic growth of the certain
and existing
country
6. Understood the magnitude of projects.
world tourism in terms of the
vast numbers of organizations
that serves the needs of their
diverse members.
7. Recognized the variety of types
and functions of tourism
organizations
8. Learned how tourism
organizations are structured
and operate.
At the end of the unit, students II. Overview and Tools of Mancini, Marc, Class Graded Books 4.5
Desired Learning Outcomes Course Content Subject Textbook and Outcome- Assessment Resource Time
(DLO) Matter References Based of Learning Material Table
Teaching Outcomes
& Learning (ALO)
(OBTL)
must have: Geography Access: Discussion Recitation hours
1. Recalled the different graphic a. Definition of Geography Introduction to Projector
representations of the earth. b. Tools of Geography Travel and Film Showing
2. Used of Map or globe in c. Map Reading
Tourism 2nd Ed., Maps
locating places and tells time d. Telling Time
2012, Cengage Group Drill:
in different time zones of the
Learning Asia Map Reading Globe
world.
3. Related geographic principles Pte Ltd by Telling
to travel concerns. the Video Clip:
4. Defined major geographic and Mancini, Marc, Coordinates Planet Earth
destination related terms. Selling Tourist of the Globe
Destination, Countries Animation
Geography for -Latitudes,
Travel & longitudes,
Professional 3rd Continents and
Ed., 2011, Telling time Oceans
Cengage of the
Learning Asia countries Video
Pte Ltd with different Documentation:
Time zone Understanding
The Internet Time Zones

Cruz, Riel D., Interactive Quiz Books 3 hours


At the end of the unit, students III. Travel Documents &
Desired Learning Outcomes Course Content Subject Textbook and Outcome- Assessment Resource Time
(DLO) Matter References Based of Learning Material Table
Teaching Outcomes
& Learning (ALO)
(OBTL)
must have: Requirements Understanding Class
1. Familiarize and used the Travel a. Travel Information Travel & Tours Presentation Projector
Information Manual. Manual Essentials,
2. Recognized the various type of b. Passport
2011, Group Passports
travel documents and other  E-Passport
Mindshapers Activity:
requirements.  Types of Passports
c. Visa Co., Inc. Drill on Visas
3. Defined a passport and its
various types.  Types of Visa Travel
4. Distinguished between the  Other Types of Visa Travel Information
various types of visa. d. Travel to the United Information Manual, by
5. Known about how to obtain States Manual, July searching the
travel documents.  Western Hemisphere 2015, Timatic requirements
Travel Initiative
Editing, IATA, in entering a
(WHTI)
 Advanced Passenger Netherlands country.
Information System
(APIS)

At the end of the unit, students IV. World Tourism & Mancini, Marc, Interactive Oral Projector 3 hours
must have: Geography Access: Class Recitation
1. Recalled the continents of the  Introduction to Seven Introduction to Discussion Books
world and the surrounding Continents Travel and
oceans. Tourism 2nd Ed., Video Clip Map/Globe
2. Located the world’s significant 2012, Cengage
tourist destinations. Presentation
Learning Asia Video Clip:
3. Identified where some of the
world’s great attractions are. Pte Ltd Planet Earth
Desired Learning Outcomes Course Content Subject Textbook and Outcome- Assessment Resource Time
(DLO) Matter References Based of Learning Material Table
Teaching Outcomes
& Learning (ALO)
(OBTL)
The Internet Globe
Animation

Mancini, Marc,
At the end of the unit, students V. ASIA (The National Flag & Selling Tourist Group Quiz Projector 6 hours
must have: Tagline, Geographical Destination, Reporting/
1. Known the different regions in Location & Unique Features, Geography for Presentation Map Reading Books
the Asia and its comprising Map and Fast Facts, Official
Travel
countries, their geographies, fast Flag Carrier, Visa
Professional 3rd Documentary Map/Globe
facts, tourism attractions and Regulation, Major Tourist
Attraction, Major Products, Ed., 2011, Film Showing
potentials, cultures and travel
requirements. Cuisine, Cultural Feature – Cengage The internet
2. Located countries of Asia using Music, Dance & Art and Learning Asia
the globe or a map. National Costume) Pte Ltd
3. Broaden one’s understanding of a. East Asia
the Physical and cultural b. South East Asia
The Internet
diversities of the different c. South Asia
regions in the Asia and its d. South West Asia –
comprising countries. Middle East

Mancini, Marc,
VI. AUSTRALIA (The National Selling Tourist Group Quiz Projector 4.5
At the end of the unit, students
Flag & Tagline, Destination, Reporting/ hours
must have:
Geographical Location & Geography for Presentation Map Reading Books
1. Known the different countries
Unique Features, Map and Travel
composing Australia, their
Fast Facts, Official Flag
geographies, fast facts, tourism Professional 3rd Documentary Map/Globe
Carrier, Visa Regulation,
Desired Learning Outcomes Course Content Subject Textbook and Outcome- Assessment Resource Time
(DLO) Matter References Based of Learning Material Table
Teaching Outcomes
& Learning (ALO)
(OBTL)
attractions and potentials, Major Tourist Attraction, Ed., 2011, Film Showing
cultures and travel requirements. Major Products, Cuisine, Cengage The internet
2. Located Australia and its Cultural Feature –Music, Learning Asia
neighboring countries using the Dance & Art and National
Pte Ltd
globe or a map. Costume)
3. Broaden one’s understanding of a. Australia
the physical and cultural b. New Zealand The Internet
diversities of the countries in c. Oceana
Australia in contrast to other d. New Caledonia
countries.

MIDTERM EXAM VII. EUROPE (The National


Flag & Tagline, Mancini, Marc,
Geographical Location & Quiz Projector 6 hours
At the end of the unit, students Selling Tourist Group
must have: Unique Features, Map and Destination, Reporting/
Fast Facts, Official Flag Map Reading Books
1. Known the different countries Geography for Presentation
Carrier, Visa Regulation,
composing Europe, their Travel
Major Tourist Attraction, Map/Globe
geographies, fast facts, tourism Professional 3rd Documentary
Major Products, Cuisine,
attractions and potentials,
Cultural Feature –Music, Ed., 2011, Film Showing
cultures and travel The internet
Dance & Art and National Cengage
requirements.
Costume) Learning Asia
2. Located countries of Europe
a. Western Europe Pte Ltd
using the globe or a map.
b. Northern Europe
3. Broaden one’s understanding of
c. Central Europe
the physical and cultural The Internet
d. South-East Europe
diversities of the countries in
Europe compare to others.
Desired Learning Outcomes Course Content Subject Textbook and Outcome- Assessment Resource Time
(DLO) Matter References Based of Learning Material Table
Teaching Outcomes
& Learning (ALO)
(OBTL)
VIII. AFRICA (The National
Flag & Tagline,
Geographical Location & Mancini, Marc,
At the end of the unit, students Unique Features, Map and
Selling Tourist Group Quiz Projector 6 hours
must have: Fast Facts, Official Flag
Destination, Reporting/
1. Known the different African Carrier, Visa Regulation,
Major Tourist Attraction, Geography for Presentation Books
countries, their geographies,
Major Products, Cuisine, Travel Map Reading
fast facts, tourism attractions
and potentials, cultures and Cultural Feature –Music, Professional 3rd Documentary Map/Globe
travel requirements. Dance & Art and National Ed., 2011, Film Showing
2. Located countries of Africa Costume) Cengage The internet
using the globe or a map. a. North Africa
Learning Asia
3. Broaden one’s understanding of b. East Africa
c. South Africa Pte Ltd
the physical and cultural
diversities of the countries in d. West Africa
Africa and relate to others. e. Lower West Africa The Internet
f. Central Africa

IX. NORTH AMERICA (The


National Flag & Tagline,
Mancini, Marc,
Geographical Location &
Unique Features, Map and Selling Tourist Group Quiz Projector 6 hours
At the end of the unit, students
Fast Facts, Official Flag Destination, Reporting/
must have:
Carrier, Visa Regulation, Geography for Presentation Map Reading Books
1. Known the North American Major Tourist Attraction, Travel
countries and the states of Major Products, Cuisine, Professional 3rd Documentary Map/Globe
America, their geographies, fast Cultural Feature –Music, Ed., 2011, Film Showing
facts, tourism attractions and Dance & Art and National
Desired Learning Outcomes Course Content Subject Textbook and Outcome- Assessment Resource Time
(DLO) Matter References Based of Learning Material Table
Teaching Outcomes
& Learning (ALO)
(OBTL)
potentials, cultures and travel Costume) Cengage The internet
requirements. a. Greenland Learning Asia
2. Located countries of North b. Canada Pte Ltd
America and the 50 states of c. USA (50 States)
America using the globe or a  State
The Internet
map.  Capital
3. Broaden one’s understanding of d. Mexico
the physical and cultural
diversities of Americans and
compare to the rest of the X. CENTRAL AMERICA (The
countries in the world. National Flag & Tagline,
Geographical Location &
Mancini, Marc,
Unique Features, Map and
At the end of the unit, students Selling Tourist Group Quiz Projector 4.5
Fast Facts, Official Flag
must have: Carrier, Visa Regulation, Destination, Reporting/ hours
1. Known the countries in Central Major Tourist Attraction, Geography for Presentation Map Reading Books
America Region, their Major Products, Cuisine, Travel
geographies, fast facts, tourism Cultural Feature –Music, Professional 3rd Documentary Map/Globe
attractions and potentials, Dance & Art and National Ed., 2011, Film Showing
cultures and travel Costume)
Cengage The internet
requirements. a. Belize
b. Costa Rica Learning Asia
2. Located countries of Central
c. Cuba Pte Ltd
America using the globe or a
map. d. Guatemala
3. Broaden one’s understanding of e. El Salvador The Internet
the Physical and cultural f. Haiti
diversities of the different g. Jamaica
h. Nicaragua
Desired Learning Outcomes Course Content Subject Textbook and Outcome- Assessment Resource Time
(DLO) Matter References Based of Learning Material Table
Teaching Outcomes
& Learning (ALO)
(OBTL)
countries in Central America, i. Panama
and contrast it to neighboring j. The Bahamas
countries.

XI.SOUTH AMERICA (The


National Flag & Tagline,
Geographical Location &
Unique Features, Map and Mancini, Marc,
At the end of the unit, students Fast Facts, Official Flag Selling Tourist Group Quiz Projector 4.5
must have: Carrier, Visa Regulation, Destination, Reporting/ hours
1. Known the all the countries Major Tourist Attraction, Geography for Presentation Map Reading Books
included in South America Major Products, Cuisine,
Travel
Region, their geographies, fast Cultural Feature –Music,
Dance & Art and National Professional 3rd Documentary Map/Globe
facts, tourism attractions and
Costume) Ed., 2011, Film Showing
potentials, cultures and travel
requirements. a. Argentina Cengage The internet
2. Located countries of South b. Aruba Learning Asia
America using the globe or a c. Bolivia Pte Ltd
map. d. Brazil
3. Broaden one’s understanding of e. Chile
The Internet
the Physical and cultural f. Chile
diversities of the countries in g. Columbia
comprising South America, and h. Ecuador
compare it to other countries. i. French Guiana
j. Paraguay
k. Peru
l. Suriname
m. Uruguay
Desired Learning Outcomes Course Content Subject Textbook and Outcome- Assessment Resource Time
(DLO) Matter References Based of Learning Material Table
Teaching Outcomes
& Learning (ALO)
(OBTL)
n. Venezuela

XII. CULMINATING
ACTIVITY
a. Presentation of Culture
At the end of the activity, students b. Presentation of Cuisine
Presentation
must have:
Criteria
 Realized the cultural
differences and similarities
among the people of the
world;
 Culminated the different
cultural features though
dance, costumes, and
cuisine of the world.

Note: This syllabus is flexible and may include additional topics and activities deemed necessary to the teacher.

XI. Grading System


Lecture
Quizzes/Long Exam/Map Reading Exams 30
Midterm/Final Exam 40
Class Participation (Attendance/Recitation/Reporting) 10
Supplementary Output:
Culminating Activity/Report Compilation/Presentation/Tour Portfolio 20
Total -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------100%

PREPARED BY: NOTED: APPROVED:

MR. EDZYL BRYAN B. LENSIG PROF. MA. FLORA C. COLLADO PROF. MARIA ROSELLE SILAO-UDANG
Subject Instructor Chair, Division of Tourism Management OIC-Dean

Scoring Rubric for Oral Presentations


Criteria 1-2 3-4 5-6 7-8 9-10
Poor Average Good Very Excellent
Good
Presentation Skills
Were the main ideas presented in an orderly and clear manner?
Did the presentation fill the time allotted?
Did the presentation maintain the interest of the audience?
Was the presenter responsive to audience questions?
Knowledge Base
Was proper background information on the topic given?
Was enough essential information given to allow the audience to
effectively interact the topic?
Did the presenter have a clear understanding of the topic
presented?
Critical Thinking
Were the main issues in this area clearly identified?
Were both theoretical positions and empirical evidence
presented?
Did the main conclusions of the presentation follow from the
topic presented?
Over All Rating