THE NATURAL AND HISTORICAL ATTRACTIONS OF STIP- BUILDING LANGUAGE COMPETENCES FOR PROMOTING TOURISTIC RESOURCES

  • Oliver Cackov Goce Delcev University
  • Marijana Kroteva Goce Delcev University
Keywords: natural and historical attractions, language competences, promoting touristic resources

Abstract

This paper present the current condition in tourism in Stip and its surrounding as the most important town in the Eastern Macedonia. Even though Stip is rich in natural and historical tourist resources, at its fullest, the capacities are left unused as well as unknown and non-affirmed as tourist attractions. The first part of the paper gives an introduction to the town profile and its geographical characteristics. A particular emphasis is put on the natural and historical wealth of the region and its landmarks. The second part of the paper gives a pedagogical approach towards reforms in the education and creation of transversal skills of the tourist workers in terms of language competences. It stresses the importance of knowing a foreign language, and it presents the English for specific purposes in the field of tourism.

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Published
2016-06-04
How to Cite
Cackov, O., & Kroteva, M. (2016). THE NATURAL AND HISTORICAL ATTRACTIONS OF STIP- BUILDING LANGUAGE COMPETENCES FOR PROMOTING TOURISTIC RESOURCES. TISC - Tourism International Scientific Conference Vrnjačka Banja, 1(1), 569-585. Retrieved from http://www.tisc.rs/proceedings/index.php/hitmc/article/view/238