7 - Population development & structure

Population, Culture & Migration
Bilingual Education year 2

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Population, Culture & Migration
Bilingual Education year 2


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This lesson
Topic: Population
  • Reflection
  • Population structure (diagrams)
  • Excercises
  • Finishing up: cultural portraits

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When you see this icon               on one of the slides, you should take a screenshot. These are important notes to copy later on in your notebook. 

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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


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 Population growth =
(number of births – number of deaths) + (immigration rate – emigration rate)

Natural population growth + migration rate = population growth

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Country development and birth rate
Rule: the more developed a country is, the lower the birth rate
Or: the less developed a country is, the higher the birth rate
Give 4 reasons why....

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High birth rates in poor countries 
  1. People think of children as a form of security (income)
  2. No anticonception (access, knowledge, permittance)

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Low birth rates in rich countries
  1. Knowledge on and access to anticonception
  2. Children are expensive (yes you are)
  3. Elderly people don’t rely solely on their children for income and support

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Your turn!
  1. Find a population graphs of a developed and a under developed country

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