Presentation on theme: "Sectors of Industry !. Businesses can be classified (grouped together) in different ways. One way is to group them by INDUSTRY. PRIMARYSECONDARY TERTIARY."— Presentation transcript:
Businesses can be classified (grouped together) in different ways. One way is to group them by INDUSTRY. PRIMARYSECONDARY TERTIARY Retailing Industry Education Industry Agriculture Industry These industries are then often grouped into three sectors:
Primary Sector The Primary Sector is that part of the economy where businesses grow, collect, mine, or cut down raw materials. Raw materials are needed to make other goods and services – wheat, pork, fish, timber, coal, oil and gas...
Secondary Sector (aka “the Manufacturing Sector”) The Secondary Sector is that part of the economy where businesses take the raw materials produced in the Primary Sector and transform them into goods. Goods are physical products that can be seen + touched.
Tertiary Sector (aka “the Service Sector”) The Tertiary Sector is that part of the economy where businesses produce services. Services are non- physical products that cannot be touched or stored like a haircut or a train journey
Primary, Secondary and Tertiary industries are linked together in a Chain of Production Chain of Production is the various production stages through which a product passes before being sold to a consumer.
Which Sector? (Primary, Secondary or Tertiary) Practice: Selling clothes... TERTIARY
Which Sector? (Primary, Secondary or Tertiary) 100 points: Picking apples off trees... PRIMARY
Which Sector? (Primary, Secondary or Tertiary) 200 points: Producing apple sauce... SECONDARY
Which Sector? (Primary, Secondary or Tertiary) 200 points: Selling apple sauce... TERTIARY
Which Sector? (Primary, Secondary or Tertiary) 300 points: An insurance company... TERTIARY
Which Sector? (Primary, Secondary or Tertiary) 300 points: An automotive plant... SECONDARY
Which Sector? (Primary, Secondary or Tertiary) 300 points: Fishing... PRIMARY
Which Sector? (Primary, Secondary or Tertiary) 500 points: Draw the Chain of Production for Orange Juice. PRIMARY SECONDARY TERTIARY
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