«Primary secondary tertiary economic activities worksheet» in pictures.
- Reinforcement and Extension Worksheets
- Primary, secondary and tertiary industry
- Primary → Secondary → Tertiary → Quaternary → Economic sectors
Reinforcement and Extension Worksheets
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Primary, secondary and tertiary industry
All entrants to this competition ‘There is no Planet B’ to be submitted by Tuesday 77th March. These will be on display in the library.
Primary → Secondary → Tertiary → Quaternary → Economic sectors
The first ever Geography Week is on in Mount Temple from 76th March to 85th March 7567. There will be events for all years with fourth years assisting. We hope all students will get nvolved in the events. There is a quiz for first years, a creative competition for second years and other exciting events to help geography come alive for the students. The theme for the second year competition is ‘There is no Planet B’.
The lesson titled Economic Sectors: Primary, Secondary & Tertiary is an excellent source for more information on this topic. The information found in this lesson will help you:
Please do not forget you can log on to Edco Digital and view your New Geo Book from home. We would be learning about Waterfalls which are a feature of River erosion. Remember SAHA – Solution, Attrition, Hydraulic Action and Abrasion. Here are some animations where you can view to see how Waterfalls are formed. Google waterfall formation and you will find lots of information on line. http:///books/earth_science/terc/content/visualizations/es6855/?chapter_no=visualization
Just to remind you all where to find the Mount Temple Geography Website. It is to be found in the Learning Tab under Links. This site should provide students and parents with the latest Geography news, examination and syllabus information together with links to other useful sites.
This sector is related to the production and retrieval of raw materials such as coal, iron, and wood. The products are harvested or extracted from the Earth and include the production of basic food items. The activities of the Primary Sector include mining, fishing, and agriculture, which includes both subsistence and commercial, grazing, hunting, farming, and quarrying. In most of the developed countries and the developing one’s, the workers are readily engaged in this sector, and they are known as the red-collar workers. It involves both renewable and non-renewable resources in the Primary Industry. However, in the recent years, it has been seen that due to the introduction of technology in this sector, it has shown a decline.
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One of the key questions to ask about development is the standard of living of the people who live in a country. There are many different ways to measure the quality of life or level of development of a place. These are called development indicators.
Good Morning Third Year Geography Students. I gave you worksheets and revision sheets yesterday for your physical geography and primary economic activity topics. Please make a start on these this morning at home whilst you have the opportunity.