Product life cycles and how companies use this data
In this lesson students will understand the life cycle of a product through studying a graph. Students will understand the five stages of the life cycle assessment graph and the role planned obsolesce has in relation to the benefit of the manufacturer and not necessarily the consumer. Through case studies and supporting videos students will gain greater knowledge and understanding and will be able to apply this to a past paper exam question.
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|Subject(s)||Design for society and the environment, Design and technology|
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This resource is part of Designing for sustainability and the environment: life cycle assessment
- Designing for sustainability and the environment: life cycle assessment
- Product life cycles and how companies use this data