Here you go folks!
Copy and complete this activity with 2 other people who have different number of siblings from you and each other. You have the class to complete it.
After having a look at THIS site, determine and create a list (in chronological order) of the top 12 events that you think impacted Yokohama.
Have you ever thought about how a simple cotton t-shirt gets to you?
We are going to watch and read the 5 little videos on this NPR site. (Check out the chapters.)
Then, using it as a template (the 5 chapters), you are going to make a COPY of this GoogleSlides and complete it. INDIVIDUALLY.
You should make all your notes and preparation in your I&S Journals – only use y our laptop for research and the final product.
You will choose a SIMPLE and COMMON product that YOU use. And then you will research the same parts –
- WHAT it is
- HOW it’s made (check out the How it’s Made video on YouTube – they might help!)
- WHO makes it
- How it is MOVED around the world
- how the production etc effects YOU
Make sure that you use as many relevant economics terms as possible. And we know you have a lot of them now!
Start with Encyclopedia Britannica.
You will have 3 or 4 double periods to work on this.
If you aren’t sure what to do, watch the NPR videos and read the site again for inspiration!
Here are the criteria for the Paper Wars that we are coming up with….
Here is the sheet to help us think about Child Labour in the chocolate industry.
Did you eat the chocolate?
Thanks to Mr. Hauet for this activity – you guys are going to build a zoo!