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  • Connect: Identify what these companies are and

    what country they are from?

  • Big Picture: What is Globalisation?

    What: I will understand what the key concept of globalisation means.

    How: By examining the link between globalisation and global interdependence

    Why: So I can confidently answer a GCSE question which asks me to define key concepts

  • Why are we connected to these people and materials?

  • Activate: What is Globalisation?

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/geography/globalisation/globalisation_video.shtml

    Today your key terms are: Globalisation Interdependence. Watch the clip- your next task will be to define what these key terms mean.

  • Complete task 1

  • SoWhat is globalisation?

    Self assess your answers:

    Globalisation is the process by which the world is becoming increasingly interconnected as a result of massively increased trade and cultural exchange. Globalisation has increased the production of goods and services. The biggest companies are no longer national firms but multinational corporations with subsidiaries in many countries.

    Globalisation has been taking place for hundreds of years, but has speeded up enormously over the last half-century.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/geography/globalisation/globalisation_rev1.shtml

  • SoWhat is globalisation?

    Globalisation has resulted in:

    increased international trade a company operating in more than one country greater dependence on the global economy freer movement of capital, goods, and services recognition of companies such as McDonalds and

    Starbucks in LEDCs

    Although globalisation is probably helping to create more wealth in developing countries - it is not helping to close the gap between the world's poorest countries and the world's richest.

  • Demonstrate: How does interdependence work?

    Think about the term

    Interdependence

    What could it mean?

    You have 2 minutes to decide with your partner

  • Demonstrate: How does interdependence work?

    The relationship between two or more countries usually in terms of trade.

    As globalisation increases, the need for countries to depend on each other also increases. This means that interdependence grows stronger.

  • Demonstrate: How does interdependence work?

    GCSE Question

    Using figure 3 describe how globalisation has impacted interdependence (4 marks)

    Top tip: Remember to highlight your command words!

  • Demonstrate: How does interdependence work?

    GCSE Question

    Using figure 3 describe how globalisation has impacted interdependence (4 marks)

    Top tip: Remember to highlight your command words!

  • Reflect: A, B, C or D??????

    Assessment:

    1.Swap books.

    2.Use the mark descriptors.

    3.Underline points that are well made

    4.Squiggle points that dont make sense or are incorrect

    5.Give a point mark

    6.Identify a target from the list on the right

    Stay focused on the question

    Write in detail about more than one key term

    Learn the meaning of key concepts

    Remember to link back to figure 3

    Revise these terms for the new unit

    Find out what other products have become global

  • How do I get to

    the highest

    level?