Presentation on theme: "What’s the link?. The iphone Software and designAppleUSA Assembly Foxconn?, Quanta, Unknown Taiwan TFT-LCD ScreenSanyo Epson, Sharp, TMDJapan Video processor."— Presentation transcript:
The iphone Software and designAppleUSA Assembly Foxconn?, Quanta, Unknown Taiwan TFT-LCD ScreenSanyo Epson, Sharp, TMDJapan Video processor chipSamsungKorea Touch screen overlayBaldaGermany Bluetooth chipCambridge Silicon RadioUK Chip manufactureTSMC, UMCTaiwan Baseband ICInfineon TechnologyGermany WIFI ChipMarvellUSA Touch screen control chipBroadcomUSA CMOS chipMicronUSA NOR Flash ICsIntel, SSTUSA Display Driver chipNational Semi, NovatekUS, TW Case, Mechanical partsCatcher, Foxconn TechTaiwan Camera lensLargan PrecisionTaiwan Camera moduleAltus-Tech, Primax, Lite OnTaiwan Battery ChargerDelta ElectronicsTaiwan Timing CrystalTXCTaiwan Passive componentsCyntecTaiwan Connector and cablesCheng Uei, EnteryTaiwan And that’s just the manufacture, what about where they’re sold and where the waste goes?
What is Globalisation? Learning Objectives: To understand what ‘globalisation’ is To be able to give examples of globalisation To be able to understand how globalisation affects our lives
Globalisation means the way companies, and ideas, and lifestyles are spreading more and more easily around the world
What’s your link with the world? Food and drink Holidays Computers, mobile phones Clothes Films/ music Sports
Use P.102 of the Atlas and the info cards to shade and label the countries your jeans have visited. Kuwait’s oil makes the thread
Kuwaiti oil makes polyester fibre Japan’s brass wire makes zip teeth Namibia's copper makes buttons Pakistan’s cotton lines pockets Tunisia sews the jeans Benin grows cotton to make denim Zinc from Australia makes buttons Turkish pumice stonewashes jeans The jeans are designed in the USA Germany uses copper and zinc to make brass buttons The zip is made in France Hungary makes the thread Italy weaves and dyes the denim
Is Globalisation a good thing? Write your name on a post-it note, your answer to the question and explain WHY? Stick your post-it note on the opinion line… No, definitely not 100% Yes Yes and No
Homework Complete ‘Me’ map to show where you and your family have visited. In your book answer the question Why do your jeans come from so many countries? Use paragraphs to help you organise your ideas. This should take at least half a side to answer. (words that might be useful include; wages, resources, skills and climate).