Create a poster, booklet or online document explaining, with the aid of diagram or set of diagrams, the formation of:
You may use this textbook as a source. There are also links on my Diigo.
Wave Cut Platforms
Your resource should also include how erosion and/or deposition processes produced the landform. To do so, explain the 4 processes of erosion and produce fully annotated diagrams. The four processes are:
Examples of each landform with at least one photograph and/or map of it’s location from anywhere in the world
Links to the sources of information of your images/maps/photographs should be cited
We have been looking at how corporations work and how they operate when faced with adversity. But what about every day exchanges? How does a multinational corporation, that by definition operate in many countries, go by organizing all their companies, factories and employes across the globe?
As you watch the video, create a PMI table on Supply chain management.
We will discuss it as a class.
Let’s try to figure out all the steps that come into play to produce products we all use.
Supply Chain Map
You will use this tool to create a simple annotated map.
Why do companies want to display their supply chain?
Our next unit will be about coastal processes and erosional landforms, leading to another field trip to Kamakura, but this time we will be collecting primary data about the Enoshima Beach on September 13th.
First, a few guiding questions to get us started.
What are waves?
Why do they come in different shapes and sizes?
What generates waves?
Why are waves different?
The prefect wave?
What different types of beaches are there?
Can you explain why they look different?
In groups of 3 or 4, you will explain one of the following features:
There’s a catch! Only one person in the group will be allowed to talk. The others will have to “act-out” your explanation without speaking.