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1 Production of Goods How are goods produced in different regions? Why? WG.10.C compare the ways people satisfy their basic needs through the production of goods and services SUCH AS subsistence agriculture versus commercial agriculture or cottage industries versus commercial industries [READINESS STANDARD] YSLETA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT SOCIAL STUDIES INSTRUCTIONAL TEAM

2 Which words are you familiar with, and which do you not yet know? ProductionGoodsServices SubsistenceAgricultureCommercial Cottage Industry Market- oriented Industry

3 What are our basic needs?

4 What are differences in how we meet our basic needs? What differences do you notice in how food is being prepared? Who are they feeding? Subsistence Commercial

5 What are differences in how we meet our basic needs? What differences do you notice in how food is being produced and for what purpose? Subsistence Agriculture Commercial Agriculture

6 What are differences in how we meet our basic needs? What differences do you notice in how goods are being produced and for what purpose? Cottage Industry textile production Commercial Industry textile production

7 Where is “subsistence agriculture” still practiced?

8 What would you expect the standard of living to be like?

9 What are differences in how regions produce food and goods?

10 What are differences in who goods are produced for? How does who is being served affect production and service? Subsistence Commercial Personal, or communal consumption Market-oriented consumption

11 Let’s see what we know… Are you ready to answer, and which do you need a peek? Type AType B Small one or two crop farming using manual labor Large scale cash crops Farmer grows for personal use to surviveProduce is grown exclusively for sale Small amount of crops are used to barter or trade Requires mechanization Of the two types of economic systems listed in the chart above, in which one would you more likely find a country where commercial industries were high and cottage industries were very low? F Neither G Type A and Type B H Type A J Type B

12 Let’s see what we know… Which are you ready to answer, and which do you need a peek? As the SubSaharan region becomes more and more arid, what is the likely effect upon satisfaction of basic needs of the people who live in this region? F Those relying on subsistence agriculture will begin to make more money and raise their standard of living. G Those relying on subsistence farming may survive on fewer and fewer calories per day compared to those living in more market driven economies. H Those involved in market oriented agriculture will become less affected by supply and demand. J There will be less migration for economic reasons to meet basic needs.] Most of the land in the Middle East and North Africa is used for which type of economic activity? A commercial production B subsistence agriculture C market-oriented agriculture D wheat production

13 Talk to each other, and then talk to me… WG.10.C compare the ways people satisfy their basic needs through the production of goods and services SUCH AS subsistence agriculture versus commercial agriculture or cottage industries versus commercial industries How are goods produced in different regions? Why? Use the word wall words to answer.

14 Resources ulturehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Subsistence_agric ulture /chapters/ch08/revch08ans.htmhttp://www.harpercollege.edu/mhealy/geg100i /chapters/ch08/revch08ans.htm


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