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Sec 4 pure t2wk2 activity

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Sec 4 pure t2wk2 activity

  1. 1. T2 Wk 2 Pure Geography Food Resources
  2. 2. Lesson 1 Group Activity “The Food Supply Chain.” • In your teams, using what you have learnt / found in the textbook, explain the parts allocated to your team in the following slides. • Write down the key points of your discussion on A3 paper. • Prepare for a 120 sec Presentation.
  3. 3. Producers Processing & Packaging Distribution Network Retailers Consumer The Food Supply Chain
  4. 4. In your groups, discuss and list down how the food item that your group has been allocated arrived at the GEMs room. Your discussion should cover the following points. • Use the concept of the supply chain. • Guess the source of the root components. • List down all the ingredients and where you think they are from. 15 min
  5. 5. Al’rite, time for donuts! I mean presentation!
  6. 6. Individual Work • Using foolscap paper, craft the answers to the following questions. You have 15minutes. 1. Describe the trend of Rice and Wheat production as shown by the graph. [6m] Individual Work
  7. 7. Lesson 2 Individual Activity “Consequences of variations in food consumption.” •Individually, you can use your resources (BYOD – slideshare / Notes / Textbook) to help you complete the following task.
  8. 8. Choropleth maps • Maps that use different shading or colouring to indicate differences in value. • Darker shade / more intense colour indicates higher value. • Pg 122
  9. 9. Individual Work • Using foolscap paper, craft the answers to the following questions. You have 15minutes. 1. Describe the distribution of human inhabitants globally. (4m)
  10. 10. Individual Work • Using foolscap paper, craft the answers to the following questions. You have 15minutes. 1. Describe the distribution of human inhabitants globally. (6m)
  11. 11. Time is up!
  12. 12. Consolidate your answers. Check with your neighbour to see if you have covered similar areas Go home and write a refined version as your homework on the back of this page. Indicate at the start as Version 2.
  13. 13. Lesson 3 Individual Activity “Consequences of variations in food consumption.” •Take out your homework. •Let’s look through the question together.
  14. 14. Let’s look at the information that you should have. • Where are the areas that have the highest population? • Any trends that can be picked up? • Where are the areas that have the lowest population? • Any trends that can be picked up?
  15. 15. Suggested Answer • The areas with the highest inhabitant numbers (over 100 inhabitants per km2 ) are found on almost continent on earth. • They are generally found along the coastal areas of these continents. For example, along the east and west coasts of North America, South America, India, Australia. • These also tend to be found in the tropical belt (between the tropic of Cancer and tropic of Capricorn, surrounding the Equator). • The areas with the lowest inhabitant numbers (below 1 inhabitant per km2 ) are found in the areas where it is landlocked, or suffer from extreme weather conditions. • In the middle of the South American Continent, there is a large area that is covered by the Amazon rainforest. This area also has the low inhabitant numbers. • Areas like Alaska and Russia are extremely cold while the middle of Australia is a large desert hence there is very low inhabitant numbers too.
  16. 16. Homework today • Go back and review the suggested answer, • Compare it with your own answer and highlight the parts that your answer is missing.
  17. 17. Lesson 4 Group Activity “GM Food.” • In your teams, using what you have learnt / found in the textbook, explain the parts allocated to your team in the following slides. • Write down the key points of your discussion on A3 paper. • Prepare for a 120 sec Presentation. 20 minutes
  18. 18. In your groups, discuss and list the pros and cons of GM food. In the role that your group has been allocated, you are to take a final stand of whether GM food is good for people in your role. Roles 1. Average citizen in a Developed Country (America). 2. Poor farmer in Brazil planting corn. 3. Rich citizen in Developed Country (France). 4. Average citizen in a developing country (Indonesia). 20 min
  19. 19. Le Presentation time!
  20. 20. Individual Work • Using foolscap paper, craft the answers to the following questions. You have 15minutes. 1. “GM food brings more benefit than problems to people living in the poor developing countries” How far to you agree with the statement. Explain your answer. (8m)
  21. 21. Individual Work • Using foolscap paper, craft the answers to the following questions. You have 15minutes. 1. “GM food brings more benefit than problems to people living in the poor developing countries” How far to you agree with the statement. Explain your answer. (8m)

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