What Percentage of our Clothing is Made
in Low and Middle Income Countries of the Pacific Rim?
- Cover page with above question to explain your activity.
- Include your own Raw Data (Your list from home)
- Group List Include copy of the list your group made together.
- Bar Graph, Coloured with title and labels.
Perhaps 4 largest country categories, one category for other Pacific Rim, one category for Non-Pacific Rim.
- Circle Graph – Coloured and labelled. Include a Legend.
- 6. Data Summary. Summarize your data in words.
- Conclusion: Why did you get the results you did?
Note taking: Global Trade – pp. 182 – 187 (not p. 185)
1. Turn each heading into a question and answer it,
2. Define the words that are in bold
manufactured consumer goods
Causes of World Poverty
p. 73-77 in textbook
• Forces of Nature
• Poor Resource Management
• The Poverty Cycle
• Global Trade
• Poor opportunities in rural areas
• Lack of Jobs
• Lack of Hygene & Services
• Social Exclusion
My Day and Sita’s Day
- Similarities between my day and Sita’s day
- Differences between my day and Sita’s day
Learning About Refugees:
Our Questions About Refugees:
- How big are refugee camps
- How can we help to fix this problem
- Do refugees get a lot to eat
- What are the living conditions like
- How do camps start
- Where are refugee camps located
- Do they have enough supplies and help
- What do the camps look like
- Why are they refugees
Play this game to see what it’s like to be a refugee: http://www.playagainstallodds.ca/ (need a computer, not a mobile device)
Organizations that help refugees:
United Nations – Note-taking,
(p. 15 – 19)
Turn each heading into a question, then answer it.