# C5.1 China - Lesson 3: Population and space

CHINA
is changing

C5.1: China: population and space
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is changing
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CHINA
is changing

C5.1: China: population and space
zlb@st-maartenscollege.nl
CHINA
is changing

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What's the plan for today?

Finish C5.1: China: population and space.
The Köppen Climate-system

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LAST LESSONS GOALS
1. You are able to calculate the population density of an area.
2. You are able to analyse and interpret population charts (G142).
3. You can explain why the population of China is unevenly distributed in relation to relief and climate.

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You'll receive an outline
map of China

Write your name on top

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Topography of China
3 cities --> Beijing, Shanghai and Hongkong
3 rivers --> Yellow river (Huang He), Chang Jiang (Yangtze) and
Xi-Jiang

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Population and space

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You are able to calculate the population density of an area.

... / ... = inh/km²

FRANCE
INH: 63.000.000 inh
KM²: 551.000 km²

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FRANCE

63.000.000 inh / 551.000 km²

= 114.3 inh/km²

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Population growth in China

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Extremely fast growing population

To read the population of a country we use a population chart.

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Which information can I get from a population chart?

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3 population charts

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CHECK HOMEWORK
C5.1: 1, 2, 3 & 6

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TODAYS GOAL

1. You are able to classify a climate chart with 2 letters (recalling Köppen) (G64).
2. You are able to name the 6 climates that occur in China.
3. You are able to name the meaning of the letters s, w  & f.
4. You can explain how to read a climate chart.

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Climates around the world
The world is devided in 5 main climates:
• Tropical climates (A)
• Dry climates (B)
• Maritime climates (C)
• Continental climates (D)
• Polar climates (E)
These climates also have their "subclimates".

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Take page 48-49 in front of you (GeoGuide).

Write down how you can separate the climates from each other for each climate. (A, B, C, D & E)
Write down the meaning of s, f & w.

Make exercises 4 + 5
Finished? Make exercise 6, 7 and 8 in your workbook.

CLIMATE CHARTS

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Let's go!
• Read C5.1 at p72-73
• Use G40, G64 in your GeoGuide
• Use your atlas
• Make 4 to 8

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HOMEWORK

Homework for the next lesson: 3, 4, 5 & 9

CHECK 6, 7 & 8