Morse High School Magnet Program


 Mathematics Lessons
in support of the Tourism Career Path



Magnet Math || Math Lesson Resources || Internet Enrichment




The Tourism Career Path comprises seven areas:


Hotel Management
Advertising
Restaurant Management
Business Management
Dietitian
Recreation Director
Teacher
Internet lessons, projects, and activities that can be used to relate mathematics to these Tourism career path areas:
Bon Voyage (algebra version) - Evan Glazer
(There is also a version for advanced algebra.)

Students use current currency exchange information to plan a trip. This lesson teaches elementary functions in a practical and current way.

Tourism Area: Recreation Director
California Mathematics Standard: Algebra and Functions - Grades 9/10
Global Grocery List Project - David Warlick, for the Carolina Global SchoolHouse

A project that generates real, peer-collected data for use in various subject areas for computation, analysis, and conclusion-building. This project was designed by The Landmark Project, continues to be supported by the Global SchoolNet Foundation and is currently maintained by the Carolina Global SchoolHouse, a new member of the Global SchoolNet family.

Tourism Area: Dietitian, Hotel Management
California Mathematics Standard: Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability - Grades 9/10
Planning a Trip - Richard Shiers

Students will plan a trip to from 3 to 5 cities of their choice.

Tourism Area: Recreation Director
California Mathematics Standard: Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability, Problem Solving and Mathematical Reasoning - Grades 9/10



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