This needs to be managed carefully to avoid all hell breaking loose. Homework – Watch the YouTube documentary above – Living with Globalization – Fashion 20 mins Lesson 2 Groups use the resource booklet and the PowerPoint presentation to start putting their arguements together. Infrastructure that was set up to support Nike will also provide an advantage to other investors. Explore the map showing Nikes global manufacturing locations. Discuss the global image that Nike is portraying of their business. Task 1 – Show the ‘History of Nike’ video above.
Each card represents a job type in the discussion. The variety of urban environments 2. Looking beyond the obvious. Geopolitics of oceans 5. Task 1 – Show the ‘History of Nike’ video above. They could group together to protest about the conditions experienced in these factories or they could be won over by the Nike corporation who could use them to highlight how they are paid more than local industry workers, betters terms and conditions etc etc.
Working conditions are still not great in China compared to what they are in other countries. How can Nike help development in China?
Globalisation – CCEA – Revision 4 – GCSE Geography – BBC Bitesize
This needs to be managed carefully to avoid all hell breaking loose. Click the infographic to follow link.
Changing urban systems 3. Markscheme will be added here shortly.
Towards the end of the lesson, each group must make an appeal to the Factory Workers to come and join them. The key question is as follows: Geogrphy has been done really well and raises a number of important questions. Many of the jobs provided require few skills and the workers really do not pick up new skills that could advance the economy of China further.
Think about the images, people and music. Consequences of global climate change 3. Nike make a large variety of products in factories across China. Explore the map showing Nikes global manufacturing locations. A and a developing nation of your choice.
Case Study 1 – Secondary Sector TNC – Nike – Netherhall School GCSE Geography Case Studies
Nike production in China The US sportswear company Nike have had a sizeable number of factories based in China for many years. Explain, using examples, how Nike is working towards sustainable practice. InNike celebrated it’s 50th anniversary, view the infographic below to learn more about the company since the early days. Coral atudy and mangroves.
Task – Using all the resources here and the task sheet to the left, plan, stage and direct your video to show the issues involved in NIDL of Nike products. How it works 2. Lesson 3 Students continue to work on their presentations and feedback information to the four chiefs.
TNC Case Study – Nike
Nike Measuring global interactions Changing space—the shrinking world Economic interactions and flows Environmental change Sociocultural exchanges Political outcomes Global interactions at the local level. Patterns of resource consumption Changing patterns of energy consumption Ttnc strategies. Causes of global climate change 2. The variety of urban environments 2.
Case Study 1 – Secondary Sector TNC – Nike
At present there are around factories in China employingworkers. This means that the local workers should be better off as a result of working for Nike than compared to other companies.
Task 5 – Make it clear that the sweatshop workers could be swayed either way. Slideshow outlining pro’s and con’s of Nike’s international activities. Over the Horizon Migration to the EU.
When massive global TNCs like Nike find success in countries like China, this will encourage other companies to also come and set up factories in China. Homework – Watch the YouTube documentary above – Living with Globalization – Fashion 20 mins Lesson 2 Groups use the resource booklet and the PowerPoint presentation to start putting their arguements together.
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