Please note that your IH Summative Assessment is scheduled on the 4th and 5th of February, 2019. It will be a pen and paper assessment.
Instructions for the SA:
4th Feb: Assessment of Criterion-B (all strands).
5th Feb: Assessment of Criterion-C(strand 1 & 2) & D (strand 2 & 4). For C & D, source and link will be given in advance for you to make notes in your I.H NOTE BOOK ONLY. You can refer to the notes for the SA
As a part of the learning engagement of our ongoing unit – Food and Consumption, we are going to a wheat processing mill to understand the processes the crop goes through before reaching us for final consumption.
Date: Sections Time:
16/01/19 Idea, Insight, Perspicacity and Vision 09:45 to 12:30 (Day 6)
17/01/19 Acuity, Acumen, Cognizance and Envisage 10:30 to 12:30 (Day 1)
Following Standard Procedures will be required to be followed while visiting the wheat mill.
Students to reach Assembly area sharp on time as per the batch of their visit to board the bus on time. (Assigned teachers to inform their section in advance).
Students should meet the following requirements for the visit:
Full Uniform (School trousers (full pant) and School T-shirt)
Black shoes and Socks
IH notebook and Pen
Students who fail to come in complete uniform will be sitting behind the POs area and will complete the assigned task.
Please answer the following questions based on the case study in your IH Notebooks and show it to me in the next class:
What is TNC?
Where are their manufacturing units?
What helped the TNCs to grow?
For what reasons are the TNCs targeted?
What do we know about the TNCs?(When, where and how did TNC become global?)
What is their intention/purpose to be Global?
Are they working as they advocate (say)?
What issues are faced by TNCs?
Who is affected by TNCs? And How?
Why do we want to understand these details about TNCs?
Also take notes from the attached video links. We shall discuss all the answers in the next class. Please consider this as your priority and finish it.
Please go through the following notes and then watch the video and take notes and show it to me by tomorrow:
Ocean Currents: An ocean current is like a vast river within the ocean, flowing from one place to another. These currents are caused by differences in temperature, differences in salinity, and by wind. Currents are responsible for a vast amount of movement of the water found in the Earth’s oceans.
So another factor that can warm a particular location is ocean currents. For example, the Gulf Stream warms certain areas of Western Europe, meaning that they have more temperate or moderate climates than other areas of the same latitude.
Please go through this video once more and answer the following questions:
What do you understand from the video?
What happened to the hot air?
What happened to the cool air?
What do you think such circulation leads to?
Can you relate the video with any real life scenario?
What do you think gets heated first? Land or water?
You may create a google document and post the same, with editing rights provided to me, in the google classroom.