§7.2 Kinkerbuurt

§2 - The Kinkerbuurt
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§2 - The Kinkerbuurt

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  • Notifications
  • Keywords of paragraph 2
  • LessonUp questions and notes

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This week I discuss with Mrs Dokter about your marks!

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Study the keywords
Study all the key words of §7.2 in your coursebook

You need to know what key words mean, but also which description belongs to which key word!

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What key words or new terms do you remember from §1?

Slide 5 - Mind map

high-rise buildings
single-family homes
 spatial planning

Slide 6 - Drag question

Today, Recap:
> What does the spatial planning looks like in an old residential area?
> What are the consequences of urban renewal?
> What are the characteristics of residents?
Dutch postcard

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A residential area is:
- an area where you can live
- a part of a city around the city centre

> old houses, built between 1870 and 1920
> high housing density

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Kinkerbuurt has a high housing density. What does this mean?
There are lots of homes per square kilometre
Lots of people live in one high rise building
Lots of houses are built in a short period of time
All the houses are spread apart

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Bad conditions! > Urban renewal
- Small houses, badly built

> demolition and new build
> renovation

>> changed whole neighbourhoods in some places!

Renewal of residential areas in a city = urban renewal

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Why did the old apartments need to be demolished (knocked down)
Because they were unsafe
They were too small
They were badly built
There was no sunlight in them

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Some houses were demolished, and some were renovated. What is the difference between these terms?

Slide 12 - Open question

 natural population growth
 housing occupancy 
age structure
 ethnic person
cultural area
non-western ethnic persons
 multicultural society

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There are 10,000 residents in Kinkerbuurt, but this number is increasing. Why?
People are moving away in search of bigger houses
Natural population growth (more births than deaths)
People are migrating to the area
Lots of tourists visit the area

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What can a population be COMPOSED of? (made up of) Use key terms in your answer!

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What is the most common type of housing occupancy in Kinkerbuurt?

Slide 16 - Open question

Why is Amsterdam known as a multi-cultural society?
Because the residents eat lots of different types of foods
Because it has lots of tourists from different countries
There are many ethnic people that live in Amsterdam
There are many people that live in Amsterdam that have different cultures

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Describe households in your neighbourhood. What can you say about age or ethnic groups?

Slide 18 - Open question

Homework for next lesson!

Next lesson we will work on our assignments and maybe discuss the test.

You can start with your assignments of §7.2: 2 (spatial planning), 3 (de hallen), 4 (urban renewal), 5 (urbanization) and 6 (natural population growth)

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