Panoramic view of the Port of Santander
Sales and distribution... The productive chain
Once the previous topics have been studied, it is time to recap and give the students an overall view, in other words, integrate everything that they've seen up until now in a general framework such as the productive chain. To do this, we have used the productive chain of a daily product as an example; milk. Milk is the example used in the majority of text books for the "knowledge of the surrounding area" study element of this stage of education.
Piece of work linked to the following stage areas:
Knowledge of the surrounding area, Art and Consumer Education.
Description of the work to be undertaken:
How?: The activity involves putting the stickers found at the end of the guide onto the drawing on page 21, until the image of the productive chain of fish is finished correctly. To help the students do this, there is a short introduction on the previous page and the productive chain referring to milk is included as an example.
Where?: In the classroom.
When?: After the visit.
Using what?: The activities in the file and the relevant stickers.
Assessment: For the teacher to decide.
To help the students take on the role of thoughtful and critical consumers.
To enable the students to value the importance and impact of the productive chain on daily life.