1V 2.1 Population distribution

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Explanation 2.1 (part 2)
Exercise 2.1
Homework 2.1

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Aims for today
- You know the definition of the three important terms: population size, population distribution and population density
- You know how to measure the population density of a country

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Theory: Population density
Notes 2.1
Population density
- Average number of inhabitants per km2

How do you measure the population density?
Inhabitants : surface in km2

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I'll show my screen in a minute. You see three question. Please answer the questions in this LessonUp.
You'll have 5 minutes

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1. What is the population density of this country? Show how you calculate you answer!
2. What is the most populated area?
3. What is the least populated area?

Slide 6 - Open question

  • Population size: Number of inhabitants in a country
  • Population distribution: The way in which the inhabitants are distributed over a country
  • Population density: Average number of inhabitants per km2

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The surface of the Netherlands is 41.543 km². The Netherlands has 17.280.000 inhabitants. What is the population density?
Wat is de bevolkingsdichtheid van NL?

Slide 8 - Open question

Look up source 6 in your textbook (2.1). Name one area where many people live and name one area where a few people live

Slide 9 - Open question

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Why isn't the world population
equal divided?

Slide 11 - Mind map

Why not equal divided?
- Climate
Sometimes too cold or dry
- Along water
Many people live along the sea or rivers
- Relief
Flat vs mountainous

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Homework check
Check 2.1 ex. 1ab

Next lesson:
Do 2.1 ex. 2

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