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									Industry



   From the earth to our
   hands
Definition…

   What is an industry?
   In your groups, create a definition for industry
    with your current knowledge of the word… 5
    min.
Industry

   Organized economic activity concerned with
    manufacture, processing of raw materials, or
    construction (Collins Canadian Dictionary).
   Industrialization: The development of large-
    scale production as an important feature in
    the economic evolution of a country or
    system (Global Connections).
Sectors of Industry

   Primary sector:
    –   Extraction of natural resources. E.g. farming,
        mining, fishing.
Industry Sectors

   Secondary sector:
    –   Manufacture of raw materials from primary
        resources. E.g. food processing, textiles.
Industry Sectors

   Tertiary Sector:
    –   Sale and use of manufactured goods.
    –   E.g. Wal-Mart.
Industry Sectors

   Quaternary:
    –   Not linked to natural resources, but information
        services. E.g. call centres.
Item Analyses: My Pants

   Primary
    –   Cotton plantation
   Secondary
    –   Textile manufacturing factory
   Tertiary
    –   Zeller’s
   Quaternary
    –   Advertisements
Group Work

   Analyse each item and identify the three or
    four sectors that brought this product to our
    hands.
   Groups of four, examine three items – one
    item per person; take turns analysing; one
    person record. (Record who analysed each
    item).
   Last 15 min. of class: Present items to the
    other groups.
Fishery

   Primary resource
    –   P. 255
   In your opinion, why do large fishing trawlers
    continue to deplete the fish stocks, even
    though it is harmful for future generations?
Fishery

   Secondary
    –   Employment
   What are some advantages and
    disadvantages of large companies
Fishery

   Tertiary
   What does the modernization of the fisheries
    mean tot the consumer?

								
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