Sejong University Classes Fall 2018
Prof.  David A. Mason
Resort Management
Late-Semester Presentation Assignment
Students will present about a major resort area or chain
1.  Research about all the various major resorts, resort-areas
and resort-chains (such as
Sandals) in this world.

2.   Choose one of those to make your report on.
Don't choose one of your own country!

3.   Tell Prof. Mason your choice of Resort --
by Sept 29th.
Send Email: mtnwolf@gmail.com
First-come, first-serve -- register soon -- If more than two try to choose the same
resort area or chain as topic, Mason will say no; you have to choose another.

4.   Research all-about your chosen Resort area or chain --
why is it a major success in the global market?
What is its history?  
What are its attractions, within or nearby?
Who are its targeted clients, and what is its "atmosphere"?
What do the tourists usually do there?
How are its reviews, and is its business flourishing?
What are the notable characteristics of its management?
What socio-political issues and problems is it having?

32 Korean Students:  Prepare a presentation of about 15 minutes
long
(14~16), about your results.   Use PowerPoint, Prezi, etc.
Act as-if you are presenting to your Ministry or company, to decide to
make an alliance with that resort or chain-company, or not... Professional.

We will hold these presentations
in the classes of October 29 ~
November 22nd -- 4 students per day.   
You can choose your date to do it on!  
If there is opening.
Mason will judge you on English accuracy and vocabulary usage,
presentation skills, professionalism and content quality
(see below).
Korean students ALSO submit a 3-page paper, as below, on day of
Presentation.

33 Non-Korean Students:   Write a 6-page Paper about your results.  
MS-Word, 12pt font, single-spaced.  No photos!!  a couple of charts
by Sunday November 26th.  Do not print it.....  Write it as-if you are
making a report to your Ministry or company, to decide to make an
alliance with that resort or chain-company, or not... Professional.
Mason will judge you on English accuracy and vocabulary usage,
professionalism and content quality.
LIST of PRESENTATIONS & DATES #2.1 -- check it!

Final Exam on Wednesday December 12th
No class on Mon-Wed December 17 & 19th.