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    Lesson 4 Lesson 4 Presentation Transcript

    • TOP-DOWN DEVELOPMENT The Santo Antonio Dam
    • Santo Antonio scheme
      • Produce a case study on the Santo Antonio Dam Scheme in Brazil. It needs to include:
      • Location and characteristics of the Maderia Dam
      • Simplified map
    • ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT SOCIAL ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES ECONOMIC ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES NATURAL ENVIRONMENT ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES
    • Santo Antonio Dam Fish killed by building of Santo Antonio Dam Protests against building the Santo Antonio Dam
    • Group activity
        • Use pages 236-237 purple book
        • Look at the social, economic and natural environment advantages and disadvantages
        • Choose the top 3 advantages and top 3 disadvantages for each category and write them down on the table in your resource book.
        • Using information from p.236 and p.237 explain how the Santo Antonio Dam, a top-down scheme, has met the needs of Brazil, and assess how successful it has been. Should the Brazilian government have said yes to the scheme? Why? Why not?
        • Each group will report back to the rest of the class
    • EXAM STYLE QUESTION
      • For a named example of a top-down development strategy that you have studied, explain how successful it has been in meeting the needs of the developing country.
      • (6 MARKS)