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1 May 23, 2013 Lesson on: Globalisation Key Terms 1.Globalisation – The increasing interconnection and interdependence of the world’s economic, cultural and political systems. 2.Interdependence - Reliance on people in other places for information, resources, goods and services. 3.Interconnected – The growing links and connection between peoples and places. Key questions 1.What is globalisation? 2.What are the examples of globalisation? 3.What are the different forms (examples) of globalisation? Dwight Sutherland 2013

2 What is this picture about? How is globalisation shown in this picture? Dwight Sutherland 2013

3 TASK: Globalisation means that businesses (TNCs) like Boeing are also more interdependent. Discuss. Dwight Sutherland 2013

4 Matches and their location played by Manchester United in the Champions League 2007/2008 season GROUP STAGES Sporting Lisbon in Portugal Roma in Italy Dynamo Kiev in Ukraine Man U sponsors are … Man U fans in Asia Man U Players Man U matches shown on.. TASK: Organisations such as football clubs are now more interconnected because of globalisation. Discuss. Man U sponsors are … Dwight Sutherland 2013

5 TASK: Globalisation means there are no stereotypes. Globalisation means culture is becoming borderless. Discuss. Canadians Dwight Sutherland 2013

6 Progress check TASK: One person from the group feedback the key points. Dwight Sutherland 2013

7 TASK: Write a definition of globalisation of at least half page long. Include the following key points in your definition. Globalisation Integration Interconnected Interdependency Dwight Sutherland 2013

8 TASK: Write a definition of globalisation of at least half page long. Include the following key points in your definition. Globalisation Globalisation is the growing integration of people, businesses and organisations worldwide. Eg … Globalisation is countries and peoples becoming more interconnected through … Globalisation is countries depending on each other and working together. This is called interdependency. For eg… Dwight Sutherland 2013

9 Economic globalisation – the increasing interdependency of the businesses, jobs, finance and capital (investment money) all over the world. Political globalisation – the use of legislation to integrate national governments with each other resulting in decisions being taken at a international level. Cultural globalisation – the fusion of different world cultures (languages, food, music etc) into a typical lifestyle embraced by more and more of the world’s population. Environmental globalisation – the growing international concern and cooperation for the environment. Globalisation has many sides. There is.. Globalisation – the increasing interconnection and interdependence of the world’s peoples and businesses. TASK: Discuss how of these are linked. Use examples to back up your points (How does one influence the other?) Dwight Sutherland 2013

10 Videos about gobalisation b3rYeghttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wGULE b3rYeg PrZE4http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3oTLyP PrZE4 Dwight Sutherland 2013

11 Reflection TASK: Reflect on how your personal life is globalised. Write it down. Dwight Sutherland 2013


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