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By the end of this unit you should have covered the following learning objectives:



• Classify industries into primary, secondary and tertiary and be able to give illustrations of each. Describe and explain how the proportions employed in each sector changes with respect to the level of development, including Newly Industrialised Countries (NICs).

• Demonstrate an understanding of an industrial system: inputs, processes and outputs (products and waste). Specific illustrations of high technology industries should be studied along with one other processing/manufacturing industry.

• Describe how a variety of factors must be considered when seeking the location for high technology industries and the selected industry


Here is a summary of the learning objectives that we cover in this unit. Please download if you have lost your class copy.

LESSON 1: THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF EMPLOYMENT






LESSON 2: WHAT IS THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PRIMARY EMPLOYMENT & GNP PER CAPITA?





LESSON 3: HOW DO EMPLOYMENT STRUCTURES CHANGE OVER TIME?
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LESSON 4: TRIANGULAR GRAPHS



LESSON 5: INDUSTRY LOCATIONAL FACTORS



LESSON 6: HI TECH (QUATERNARY INDUSTRY) LOCATIONAL FACTORS


CASE STUDY FOR REVISION

LESSON 7 & 8: CAR MANUFACTURING - FORD




CASE STUDY FOR REVISION: FORD IN INDIA

LESSON 9 NIC'S

South Korea Case Study