# 28 feb. Geo B1R check 3.4 + 3.5

What are we going to do today?
Lessonup!
Repeat paragraph 3.4 + 3.5.

Learning goals:
- You know why some places are crowded and some places aren't.

- You know why the world population is growing more than ever.

- You know what the terms population distribution and population density mean.
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This lesson contains 47 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 6 videos.

Lesson duration is: 50 min

## Items in this lesson

What are we going to do today?
Lessonup!
Repeat paragraph 3.4 + 3.5.

Learning goals:
- You know why some places are crowded and some places aren't.

- You know why the world population is growing more than ever.

- You know what the terms population distribution and population density mean.

#### Slide 1 -Slide

Population distribution
Population distribution: The pattern of where people live in an area.

Densely populated: Many people live close to each other in these places.
Sparsely populated: Few people live in these places.

Population density: The number of people per km2

#### Slide 2 -Slide

Amount of people living on a km2
A
Population
B
Inhabitants
C
Population density
D
Population distribution

#### Slide 3 -Quiz

Population
size
Population-
distribution
Population-
density
The population of the Netherlands is  17 million
Half of the Dutch population live in the Randstad
Less people live in China compared with the Netherlands if you consider the size of the country's and inhabitants.

#### Slide 4 -Drag question

Population density is ...

The .... amount of people that live per ... in a certain area.
A
highest ... city
B
highest ... square kilometre
C
average ... square kilomter
D
average ... city

#### Slide 5 -Quiz

What is the description of population density?
A
The number of people living per square kilomtre
B
The number of people living in a country
C
The average number of people living in a place, per square kilometre
D
The number of people living per square kilometre, on average

#### Slide 6 -Quiz

The population of a country is 6,400,000.
The surface area is 40,000 km2.

What is the population density?
A
16
B
160
C
1600
D
1,6

#### Slide 8 -Slide

In the Netherlands 17,000,000 people live on a surface area of 41,500 km2. Calculate the population density and show your calculation!

#### Slide 9 -Open question

Sparsely populated area
Densely populated area

#### Slide 10 -Slide

• What does the map say about population density?
• What does it say about population distribution?

#### Slide 11 -Slide

Population growth #1
Natural population growth
Number of births
Number of deaths
Natural increase: The difference between births and
deaths, given as a percentage.

#### Slide 12 -Slide

Population growth #2
Immigration - emigration = migration rate
Net migration: The difference between the number of
immigrants and emigrants.

#### Slide 14 -Video

Why does the population grow this fast?
A
Better agriculture
B
Better medicine
C
More space
D
More diseases.

#### Slide 15 -Quiz

Densely populated
Sparsely populated

#### Slide 16 -Drag question

Population distribution
The way people are spread out over a given area is called: 'population distribution'

Can you explain the population distribution that you can see on the map?

#### Slide 17 -Slide

Population density
The population density is the average number of people living in a given area.

Can you explain the difference in population density that you can see on the map?

#### Slide 18 -Slide

Population density
Always calculate the population density using a square kilometre (km2)

How to calculate?:
Number of people / square kilometres in an area.

#### Slide 20 -Video

Population distribution
The way people are spread out over a given area is called: 'population distribution'

Can you explain the population distribution that you can see on the map?

#### Slide 21 -Slide

Population density
The population density is the average number of people living in a given area.

Can you explain the difference in population density that you can see on the map?

#### Slide 22 -Slide

Population growth
There is a difference between family size around the world.

Usually families in poor countries are larger than families in rich countries.

#### Slide 24 -Video

What are we going to do?
- Repeat previous terms we've discussed.
- Take a look at population graphs
- Why do poor countries have larger families.

Learning goals:
You know and understand what population graphs are.

You know how to read the population graphs.

- You understand why there are larger families in poor countries.

The Netherlands
China

#### Slide 26 -Slide

Population growth
There is a difference between family size around the world.

Usually families in poor countries are larger than families in rich countries.

#### Slide 27 -Slide

Why is there a difference?
In a poor country:
- You will have a higher status if you have many children.
- Children can earn money for their parents, even when they are old.
- People use fewer means to prevent having children.
- Many children die at a young age.

#### Slide 28 -Slide

Population graph
It is possible to see the kind of population a country has, by using a population graph.

The Netherlands
Malawi

#### Slide 30 -Slide

Population graph
These graphs can tell us alot about the population and the future of a country.

But how?

#### Slide 31 -Slide

High population density
1.
2.
Low population density
1.
2.
Low relief
Lot of precipitation
High relief
Dry and cold

#### Slide 33 -Video

Migration
In the case of Salim he moved from the north of India to Mumbai. He went to live in another place. We call this migration

#### Slide 34 -Slide

Migration
When someone, like Salim, moves inside the same country we call this
internal-migration

#### Slide 35 -Slide

Emigration
Some people leave the country to move to antoher country, we call this international-migration.

#### Slide 36 -Slide

Emigration
When you leave a country we call it emigration. When someone come and live permanently in a foreign country we call is immigration.

#### Slide 38 -Video

Terms
What is the difference between immigration and emigration
Explain the term internal-migration.
Give and example of migration.

#### Slide 39 -Slide

Reasons to move
People have reasons to move.
Push: reasons to leave a place.

Pull: Reasons to go to a place.

#### Slide 40 -Slide

Economic reasons
People that can't get a job in the country of region they live in.
People that live in poverty and want to have a job that pays better.

#### Slide 41 -Slide

Political reasons
People that flee from a war of they are persecuted in their own country so they have to move.

#### Slide 42 -Slide

Environmental reasons
People that leave their country because of a natural disaster, like a hurricane or a earthquake.

#### Slide 44 -Video

Terms

Emigration
Immigration (inmigration)

Internal-migration
Economic reasons
Political reasons

Environmental / ecological reasons

Push & Pull

#### Slide 46 -Slide

Homework

Write a summary of paragraph 4 & 5.

Only write down the most important things in both paragraphs.

- The terms (fat words) and their definition.
- Bulletpoints
- Difference between developed countries and underdeveloped countries.