Chapter 1.1 to 1.3 repeat

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At the end of the lesson
You know if you are prepared for the test!

Slide 1 - Slide

To start with
You get a post it on your back. It has a term on it.

Ask questions to people to figure out which term it is!

Get it? Check all terms on others you know them all?

Slide 2 - Slide

Check your work.
Answerbook in hardcopy....

Done?? find out if you have a question on any of the exercises or words..
Write down words in your pif-file.

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Chapter 1:
1.1. What is globalisation?

Learning goals:
1. Describe what globalisation is and recognise everyday examples
2. Explain how globalisation has developed historically.

In what way is your daily life influenced by globalisation?

What are positive effects of globalisation?

What are negative effects of globalisation?

Slide 4 - Slide

Create a question for the test about paragraph 1

Slide 5 - Open question

1.2. How globalisation was made possible

Learning goals:
  • Describe what is meant by the term ‘shrinking world’
  • Explain which three main developments made globalisation possible 
  • Describe the importance of the port of Rotterdam

Globalisation was made possible by new transportation and communication technology. 

Because of these new technologies the relative distances in the world became smaller, in geography we call this time-space convergence

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What do you think about when someone says 'shrinking world'?

Slide 7 - Open question

What does free trade means to you?

Slide 8 - Open question

1.3. International division of labour

Learning goals:
  • Describe the different stages of a supply chain of a transnational corporation
  • Explain what sort of country usually is responsible for each part of the supply chain
  • Describe how offshoring of services works in LEDCs en MEDCs

World economies are dominated by large companies who have branches in more than one country, examples of these transnational corporations or TNC's are Philips, Unilever, ING and Shell.

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If we would do everything 'local' what stage in the supply chain would give problems in the Netherlands? Why?

Slide 10 - Open question

Are you well prepared for the evaluation test?

Slide 11 - Open question

Do you want to do the test digitally or on paper?

Slide 12 - Open question

How to study:
-Collect the learning goals and all terms that go with it
-Do the mindmap on page 39
-Read all paragraphs 
-Look online for extra assignments...
-Check the lesson ups

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