# Lesson 3 §1.1 Tu Sep. 21 2nd per. Class 1v1t

1. Store mobiles
2. Sit quietly;
6. Wait quietly until I start.
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21 september 2021
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In deze les zitten 28 slides, met interactieve quizzen en tekstslides.

Lesduur is: 50 min

## Onderdelen in deze les

1. Store mobiles
2. Sit quietly;
6. Wait quietly until I start.
Program:

Welcome!

21 september 2021
lesson 3

#### Slide 1 -Tekstslide

Review previous lesson(s)
What do you know remember?

Join in!

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timer
1:00
What do you remember about last lesson?

#### Slide 3 -Woordweb

Homework check

Take your homework in front of you!
• you have made: No home work
• you have learned:

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• How does Canada look on photos and maps?
• That’s what this section is about.
• You will see the kind of places where most people live and why they live there.
• And you’ll learn how to read maps.
§1 Canada: a vast and empty country
Introduction

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timer
1:00
Why is Canada a vast and empty country?

#### Slide 7 -Woordweb

Learning goals
You learn:
• the population distribution in Canada
• calculate the population density
• the difference between general maps and thematic maps
• the four things you need to read a map

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A vast country

• A part of the Earth’s surface = area or region.

Topography: description of a place or region.
Small or large part of the Earth’s surface. Another word: region.

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Map  =  a downsized drawing of an area

General map: a map that shows cities, rivers, seas, mountains, roads and railways (Figure 1).
Types of maps
Theme Figure 3 = population density in Canada

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• The south of Canada is densely populated.

• The north of Canada is sparsely populated.

• The population distribution is uneven.

• It is too cold to live in the north of Canada.
Population density
number of inhabitants per km²
The distribution of people across a country or region.

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How to calculate population density:
Calculate: In the Netherlands 16,750,000 people live on a surface area of 41,500 km.
16,750,000 : 41,500 = 403,61

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Map skills
You need four things to read a map:

Title: subject and/or region in the map,

Legend: meaning of the colours and symbols,

Scale: how much smaller the region is,

North arrow

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What is the distance in real?
1 : 850,000

This means that 1 cm on the map is 850,000 cm in real terms
850,000 cm
85,000 dm
8,500 m
850 dam
85 hm
8.5 km

Scale
Cm map
1
2
3
4
5
KM
8,5
2 x 8,5 = 19
3 x 8,5 = 27,5
4x 8,5 = 36
5 x 8,5 = 44,5

Understood?

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Another word for area?
A
place
B
land
C
region
D
district

#### Slide 17 -Quizvraag

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

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

#### Slide 18 -Quizvraag

A map has a scale of 1 : 500,000
How many kilometres is 1 cm on this map in real terms?
A
0,5 km
B
0,05 km
C
5 km
D
50 km

The
Nether-
lands

Low density
High density

densely
sparsely
mountains
empty

#### Slide 20 -Sleepvraag

What kind of map is this map?
A
Thematic map
B
General map

#### Slide 21 -Quizvraag

What is a legend?
A
A description of the places on a map.
B
An explanation of how to use a map.
C
An explanation of the colours, signs and symbols on a map.
D
A block that shows the colours used on a map.

Titel
Noordpijl
Legenda
Schaal

Practise
Do exercise

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Do exercise 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9

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Evaluatie Lesdoelen
You know
• the population distribution in Canada
• calculate the population density
• the difference between general maps and thematic maps
• the four things you need to read a map

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Homework
Friday 24 september 2021
6th period

Do: assignment 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 of section 1
Learn: Section 1 (learning goals)

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