Presentation on theme: "How Does Economic Globalization Affect You?"— Presentation transcript:
1How Does Economic Globalization Affect You? If the term Economics is defined as:Any consideration dealing with financesWhat does the above inquiry question mean?How are Economics and Globalization related?Does Economic Globalization affect you?
2What Does Economic Globalization Mean? How do international conflicts arise from competition for economic power?Read the caption to this picture on page 214Read page 215, including the questionsRead: Looking Ahead
3What Does Economic Globalization Mean? Read Page 216Answer the above question…again
4What Does Economic Globalization Mean? Review the Chart on page 218Can you think of anything else to add to the above?
5Think About Your Challenge And don’t forget to begin a list of… Is there anything in this opening section of Chapter Nine that could be used for your Persuasive Essay?And don’t forget to begin a list of…Terms for Chapter Nine!
6How Has the Past Shaped the Present? Do Historical Events Influence Who You Are and Who You Want to Be?Is Where You Are Today a Result of Random Events?
720th Century World Events Write out a list of 20th Century World EventsWhat makes an event worthy of the title ‘world event’?What criteria did you use?How many countries have to be involved to make something a world event?How many people?How widespread does the impact have to be?Do all the events on page 219 fit ‘the criteria’?
8How Did 20th Century World Events Shape Contemporary Economic Globalization? Read the Introduction on Page 219Consider Possible Responses to the ActivityRead ‘The Cost of World War I’ up to ‘The Russian Revolution’ (Pages 219 – 220)When finished, make a list of both the Economic and Human Costs of World War OneIf you were alive at the time, how would these costs have changed your plans for the future?
9The Russian Revolution Do you see examples of disparities like these in Alberta or Canada? Around the world?Read the remains of pageConsider Possible Responses to the Activity
10Respond to the Second Activity The Great DepressionRead page 222Respond to the Second Activity
11World War Two Read page 223 Be sure to read the caption to Figure 9-14 Do you know how many people were killed in this war.... Guesses?Approximately 72,609,600 or 3.70% or the worlds population!
12Chapter Nine Complete the Reflect and Respond on page 223 Continue with your list of terms for this section of the chapter
13Persuasive EssayWrite out any ideas from this section that may be useful for your essay
14How Has the Past Shaped the Present? Do Historical Events Influence Who You Are and Who You Want to Be?Is Where You Are Today a Result of Random Events?
1520th Century World Events Write out a list of 20th Century World EventsWhat makes an event worthy of the title ‘world event’?What criteria did you use?How many countries have to be involved to make something a world event?How many people?How widespread does the impact have to be?Do all the events on page 219 fit ‘the criteria’?
16How Did 20th Century World Events Shape Contemporary Economic Globalization? Read the Introduction on Page 219Consider Possible Responses to the ActivityRead ‘The Cost of World War I’ up to ‘The Russian Revolution’ (Pages 219 – 220)When finished, make a list of both the Economic and Human Costs of World War OneIf you were alive at the time, how would these costs have changed your plans for the future?
17The Russian Revolution Do you see examples of disparities like these in Alberta or Canada? Around the world?Read the remains of pageConsider Possible Responses to the Activity
18Respond to the Second Activity The Great DepressionRead page 222Respond to the Second Activity
19World War Two Read page 223 Be sure to read the caption to Figure 9-14 Do you know how many people were killed in this war.... Guesses?Approximately 72,609,600 or 3.70% or the worlds population!
20Chapter Nine Complete the Reflect and Respond on page 223 Continue with your list of terms for this section of the chapter
21Persuasive EssayWrite out any ideas from this section that may be useful for your essay
22People’s Republic of China According to Friedrich Hayek and Milton Friedman, what should control a country’s economy, markets or governments?Markets!Next, we’ll be looking at China, where it is the government that controls the economy.
23People’s Republic of China Read the opening paragraph on page 232Explain the following terms:Central GovernmentCommon Programs‘peoples democratic dictatorship’How are the roles of government different in China compared to Canada?Using the handout and a partner, are you able to record historical events in countries around China that may have influenced changes in China…?
24People’s Republic of China Read the rest of page 232What other connections can you add to your map?Imagine you’re collective farmers in China. Respond to the following questions:What if you had to turn over all your produce to the state?What if you were then allowed to sell some of your produce and keep the earnings?How would you respond to the comment: “Plans and markets are simply stepping stones…to universal prosperity and riches?
25People’s Republic of China Read the last two sections on page 233Why do you think China was closed to international trade after the revolution?Why would the government have wanted to keep international trade to a minimum?Why might the government have changed its policies during the 1980’s?With your partner, complete #1 in Explorations on page 233
26Expanding Globalization Do political cartoons lead to solutions to controversial issues?What is the main idea of each of these cartoons?Read the introduction on page 237Did You Know
27What Factors Contribute to Expanding Globalization? CommunicationRead page 238, responding to the Activity
28What Factors Contribute to Expanding Globalization? TradeJust-in-Time Delivery SystemsRead the above sections on pages 239 and 241Respond to the Activity on page 239
29What Factors Contribute to Expanding Globalization? ReadReshaping Trade PatternsPage 240
30What Factors Contribute to Expanding Globalization? ReadTransportationPage 240
31What Factors Contribute to Expanding Globalization? ReadThe MediaPage 241Respond to the question in the picture’s caption
32Reflect and Respond Factors Contributing to Expanding Globalization Communication TechnologiesMediaFactors Contributing to Expanding GlobalizationTradeTransportationUsing point form, add at least two reasons/examples (for every one) as to why each of the above are included as Factors Contributing to Expanding Globalization
33Begin a Chapter Ten Term List! And…Begin a Chapter Ten Term List!
34Think About Your Challenge Is there anything in this opening section of Chapter Ten that could be used for your Persuasive Essay?
35What is the above Inquiry Question referring to? How Do International Agreements And Organizations Contribute To Expanding Globalization?Scan pages 244 to 249What is the above Inquiry Question referring to?
36The World Trade Organization Review the information below (page 244) that describes how the Canadian clothing industry was effected by different trade agreementsOne goal of expanding globalization is to: Help reduce barriers to trade.This way, goods and services can move around the world easily.The World Trade OrganizationSummarize the opening paragraph of this sectionOverall, have the Effects been more positive or negative? Explain.
37North American Free Trade Agreement Review page 248 and write out the answers to the following:What countries are involved in this agreement?What is/was the goal of NAFTA?
38European UnionReview page 249 and write out the answers the following:Why was the European Union created?What are the similarities and differences between the European Union and NAFTA?
39How Do Transnational Corporations Contribute to Expanding Globalization? Use the glossary and review Transnational CorporationWhat is the above Inquiry Question asking?Read the introduction on page 250
40Contributions of Transnational Corporations Using the lists of Transnational Organizations on either page 250 or page 45, complete the handoutWhen finished, read the rest of page 250
41Transnational's and Poverty Read the first section on page 251When finished, respond to the questions below in written form:What do you think would happen to people in developing countries if transnational corporations ruled the world?Do you think that transnational corporations can bring greater prosperity to all people?
42The Calgary Connection Review these two pictures and their captions on pages 251 and 252.How are these two events related?Read both of the Talisman sections on pages 251 and 252
44This film is about ‘corporations’. What are some examples? What is a corporation?Amongst other things, a corporation permits groups of people to become shareholders, who participate in the profit of the company while only the organization itself is legally responsible for any wrong doing.If a corporation causes harm to others, who is held responsible?Can you think of any corporations that have possibly caused harm to others?
45Socializing Online…How many of you have sent or received a message on a social networking web site yesterday or today?Why is this form of communication used?Is this typical of teenagers in Canada? Around the world?
46Technology What do all three photographs have in common? Review these photographs and their captions on page 254What do all three photographs have in common?What benefits of technology do the photos present?Where were the photographs taken?What can people in Canada and Japan do that people in developing countries may not be able to do?
47How Do Communication Technologies Contribute To Expanding Globalization? Read the opening two paragraphs on page 254Read E-Commerce on the same page and write a response to all of the questions in the ActivityRead the top of page 255 and write a written response to the Activity
48Continue With Your Chapter Ten Term List! And…Continue With Your Chapter Ten Term List!
49Think About Your Challenge Is there anything in these sections of Chapter Ten that could be used for your…Persuasive Essay?
51To What Extent Does Globalization Affect Sustainability? What Does Sustainability Mean?Read page 259 and record yourresponses to the sevenquestions in your notebook
52Sustainability: To keep in existence, to supply with necessities or nourishment
53The challenge is to reduce your carbon footprint! Your text book refers to an Ecological Footprint. The “new” buzz word is Carbon Footprint. What is a carbon footprint?It is the measure of impact human activities have on the environment in terms of the amount of greenhouse gases produced. Measured in units of carbon dioxide.The challenge is to reduce your carbon footprint!
54Ecological Footprints With a partner, read and review pages 260 – 263Answer the following in your notes:Explain why there is such a huge inconsistency between the Ecological Footprint in Canada and that of Bangladesh.ALSOWith a partner complete the “Reflect and Respond”Have a list of your refuse items to share with the class
55How does your list compare? Ten things to do to reduce your footprintChange a lightRECYCLE MOREChanging one regular lightbulb with a compact fluorescentlight bulb will save 150 pounds of carbon dioxide a yearYou can save 2,400 poundsof carbon dioxide per yearby recycling just half of your household wasteDrive lessWalk, bike, carpool ortake public transit.You’ll save one pound ofcarbon dioxide for everykilometre you don’t driveCheck your tiresKeeping your tires inflatedproperly can improve yourgas mileage by more than3%. Every litre of gasolinesaved keeps 20 pounds ofcarbon dioxide out of theatmosphereUSE LESS HOT WATERIt takes a lot of energy to heatwater. Use less hot water byinstalling a low flow showerhead.This saves 350 pounds of carbondioxide a year. Washing your clothesin cold or warm water saves 500 poundsper year
56AVOID PRODUCTS WITH LOTS OF PACKAGING You can save 1,200 pounds of carbon dioxide if you cut your garbage by 10%ADJUST YOUR THERMOSTATMoving your thermostat down 2 degrees inwinter and up 2 degrees in the summer youcould save more than 2,000 pounds ofcarbon dioxide a year.PLANT A TREETURN OFF ELECTRONIC DEVICESA single tree will absorb1 ton of carbon dioxideover a lifetimeSimply turning off your television,DVD player, stereo and computerwhen you’re not using them willsave thousands of pounds ofcarbon dioxide a yearUSE PRINTER PAPER THAT IS 100% RECYCLEDSave 5 kilograms of carbon dioxide per ream of paper. The paper industryis the third greatest contributor to global warming emissions
57“WE MAMAS SEE YOU ARE KILLING THE WORLD BY WHAT YOU DO “WE MAMAS SEE YOU ARE KILLING THE WORLD BY WHAT YOU DO. WE CAN NO LONGER REPAIR THE WORLD. YOU MUST.”This quote is from “The Kogi – At The Heart of the World” (262). Read the article and then answer the three questions under ExplorationsHow do you feel about the title “Younger Brother?”How do you think your parent’s generation would feel about this title.Explain your answers.
58Now we know of the 4 R’s instead of the well known 3 R’s. Design a visual for the symbol of the decrease of carbon foot-printing. Remember the 4 R’sRecycleReduceReuseRefuse
59FOCUS ON SKILLS PAGES 264, 265 OF YOUR TEXT BOOK OUTLINES STEPS FOR ANALYZING RELATIONSHIPS INGEOGRAPHY.THESE STEPS CAN BE USED WHENINVESTIGATING OTHER QUESTIONS THAT WILLARISE THROUGHOUT THE HIGH SCHOOL SOCIALSTUDIES JOURNEY.READ THROUGH STEP 1 “ASK POWERFUL QUESTIONS”AND PREPARE THREE QUESTIONS THAT YOU MIGHTSHARE WITH THE CLASS.
60FOCUS ON SKILLS Now that we have shared with the entire class Choose one or two of the research questions and make them the focus of your research.Read through Step 2: acquire information.Now that you have gathered your informationRead through Step 3: organize informationNow read through Step 4: analyze informationNow read through Step 5: answer your questionFinally your summation. Read summing up.This is a valuable skill process that you may use in future research.
61How Are Globalization And Sustainability Related? With a partner, look through pages of your textbook and…Make a brief outline of these two pagesAlso…Answer in your notebook the second activity (267)
62Page 268 informs us about the disposal and death of a ship Disposing of Old ShipsPage 268 informs us about the disposal and death of a shipAfter reading this page, answer in your notebook the questions in the last paragraph and the response required for Figure 11-19What is the connection of this type of profession and how globalization and sustainability are related?
63POINTS OF VIEWThe shipbuilding industry raises the issue of whether people in developed countries have a responsibility – or even a right – to demand that industries in developing countries observe the same environmental and labour rules as they do.On page 269 there are three people with three different opinions on this issue. Read through these and then work through the explorations at the bottom of the page.
64Complete a chart like the one on page 271 and answer the question… Read PagesComplete a chart like the one on page 271 and answer the question…Have Efforts to Promote Sustainability in Shipbreaking Been Successful?
65What might the image in the background suggest to you about the… KYOTO PROTOCOL?While reading your section individually and silently, take brief jot notes. When finished, discuss your topic with your group and be certain you all have complete notesDivide Into Six GroupsGroup 1&4The Kyoto Protocol (page 272)Group 2&5Alberta Tar Sands (page 273)Group 3&6Alternative Energy Sources (page 274)What do you know about the Kyoto Protocol?Assign one leader for each group
66In your groups, discuss whether the efforts to achieve sustainability described in your topic have been successful.Each group leader must report the groups findings to the classIn the same groups, create a visual that communicates the conclusion your group have reached about sustainabilityTHIS VISUAL WILL BE POSTED IN THE CLASS
67Individual Initiatives Read page 275 in your textbook, including the profile about Wangari MaathaiJot down some items that you have discovered or that you already knew about what individuals can do to help with global environmental issues
68TermsGo through all that you have done in this chapter and make a vocabulary list
69Think About Your Challenge Is there anything in these sections of Chapter Eleven that could be used for yourPersuasive Essay?
71To What Extent Can Globalization Bring Sustainable Prosperity To All People?
72Read page 279 and then in your notebook answer the four questions When finished the above, refer to page 278 and in your notebook answer the questions below :How would your life be different if you were one of the young women carrying water in Kenya?How would the difference affect your future prosperity?What would the word PROSPERITY mean to you if you were one of the young Kenyan women?
74“Sustainable Prosperity and Global Interdependence” Read page 280Write down a one sentence explanation of the concept of Sustainable ProsperityRead page 281“Sustainable Prosperity and Global Interdependence”Complete the Activity on page 281Be prepared to share with the class by discussing the situation that you have described in your cause and effect diagram
75The map below is measuring prosperity by G.D.P. alone. Jot down some other criteria that you think could be used to measure Prosperity
76Longevity, Knowledge and Standard of Living H.D.I. was created by the United Nations to measure quality of life based on:Longevity, Knowledge and Standard of LivingH.D.I. stands for Human Development Index
77Did you notice the differences in Canada when you compare the G. D. P Did you notice the differences in Canada when you compare the G.D.P. with the H.D.I.?What’s the difference?
78Read the first paragraph on page 283. Review the graph. Be prepared to discuss with the class why there are G.D.I. differences within Canada between the general population and the Aboriginal people.Suggestions for the gap?
79Read the three comments in “Points of View” (Page 284) Why is access to clean water important to human development and sustainable prosperity?Read the three comments in “Points of View” (Page 284)In your notebooks, describe in your own words theessential message of each speaker
80Read “Other Measures of Prosperity” page 285 Do you believe that “Happiness” can be measured?Now complete “Reflect and Respond”
81Together with the class read the first two paragraphs: With the class it’stime to review thedifference betweenMarket EconomyandInterventionist (Mixed) EconomyWhich approach bestmeets the needs ofthe citizens?Together with the class read the first two paragraphs:What Political and Economic Challenges and Opportunities Are Associated With Globalization?(Page 286)
82To what extent should governments control their countries economies? Discuss:To what extent should governments control their countries economies?Will expanding economies lead to sustainable prosperity for all?Should the governments control their economies in interest of their citizens?Will expanding free markets economies result in prosperity for all people?Will that prosperity be sustainable?
83Read “Economic Growth and Sustainable Prosperity” page 286
84Complete the following assignment: You will be divided into groups of four.This is your home group.Each member of the group takes a number from 1 to 4.You will then be divided into four groups.All the same numbers from each group should meet in the four corners of the roomComplete the following assignment:
85Make sure to check all of the visuals and margin features. 1234INFORMATIONFOUND ONPAGE 287INFORMATIONFOUND ONPAGE 290INFORMATIONFOUND ONPAGESINFORMATIONFOUND ONPAGESRead your assigned sections of the text and discuss the information as a group. Work together to fill in all of your assigned column.Make sure to check all of the visuals and margin features.After all is complete, return to your home group and share your information. All students need to make sure that all of the four columns of their individual sheets are completely filled in.
86What Choices Are Associated With Sustainable Prosperity? Why do you think that the word CHOICES is used in this inquiry question?What do CHOICES have to do with sustainable prosperity?How can people choose sustainable prosperity?Read page 294Scan the bar graph (Figure 12-16) and respond to the following:Which regions of the world have the largest proportion of people living on less that $1.00 a day?Which regions have seen the greatest decrease in people living on less that $1.00 a day?Which regions of the world are not represented in the graph? Why not?
87Millennium Development Goals INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES What do the various points of this plan mean and why are they important?These are found on page 294.DECENTRALIZATIONThe people who live in the affected communities must be the ones who decide what should be done and how money should be spent.TRAININGPeople need to be trained to run poverty reduction programs. This training should be carried out at the national, district and village level.INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIESThe people involved in poverty reduction programs need to have access to computers, s and mobile phones so that they can communicate quickly with one another.
88MEASURABLE BENCHMARKS (A BENCHMARK IS A STANDARD)People must have specific goals that are designed to suit their national conditions, needs and availability of data.AUDITSNo country should receive funding unless funding can be audited.MONITORING AND EVALUATIONBudgets and plans for monitoring programs should be part of all poverty reduction programs.Which millennium goal do you think you might be able to influence most directly? Why?
89Climate Change and Sustainable Prosperity Read page 295 and the top of page 296 and then answer the following:Has there been a change in the climate where you live?Are people in your community concerned about climate change?What do you think should be done about climate change?What could you at Fort High or in the community do to lessen the impact?Why are issues involving climate change so hard to resolve?
90Changing Government Policies Shaping a Provincial Climate Change Action PlanWhat goals do you want to set?2. What important steps need to be taken?3. What actions should Albertans take?4. What role can individuals play?Read pagesConsider how the policies of the governments of Bolivia, Norway and Alberta represent choices associated with sustainable prosperityAnswer: Questions to Alberta onShaping a Provincial Climate Change Action Plan
91Turn to page 299 and read Watershed Rap Summarize its message in a couple of sentences.Add two more verses that expand the message and include mention of Sustainable ProsperityWith a partner perform your verses for the class
92TermsGo through all that you have done in this chapter and make a vocabulary list
93Think About Your Challenge Is there anything in these sections of Chapter Twelve that could be used for yourPersuasive Essay?It’s Due On Thursday!