Unit 3: Populationgeography

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Chapter 2 Key Issue 3 of The Cultural Landscape by James M. Rubenstein as presented by Andrew Patterson.

Unit 3A: Population/Development

Week 1: -----------------------------------------------
Introduce Population Unit (Quiz #1 on ~ Friday 12/06)
Chapter 2 Key Issue 1: (2.1-2.2) - Due: Friday 12/06/2019
Where are the people? and why there? (notes)
World Population At A Glance Worksheet
Week 2: -----------------------------------------------
A Look at the Population Explosion. Click HERE for video
World Population Data Sheet At A Glance Worksheet Due 12/12/2019
Chapter 2 Key Issue #2 Study Guide (2.3-2.4)~Due 12/13/2019
Week #3: ----------------------------------------------

Population Pyramids (Constructing 6 pyramids) ~Due: 1/9/2020

Chapter 2 Key Issue #2 Study Guide (2.5)Due: 12/18/2019
Population Pyramids a the local scale
Population Data Directions (local scale) ~data gathering and building pyramids with Microsoft Excel

Demographic Transition Model Lecture Video (pg 18 in notebook)
Demographic Transition Model - Notes & Video Assignment
Examine Population Pyramids for different countries: click here

World in the Balance Video (NOVA) ~video click here

H.W.Chapter 2: Key Issue #3 (2.6-2.8) ~Due:1/10/2020
Quiz #3: Population Pyramids + DTM (2.5) ~Date: 1/10/2020
Week #4: ---------------------------------------
Population Bomb! Simulation
The simulation will last all week. Introduced on Monday and final results and discussion on Friday.

Population Bomb! Reflection (google form) ~Due: 12/2020



Gapminder Student Guide


Week #6: Development(Chapter 9 of the Rubenstein textbook)
HW: Read 9.1-9.4 Key Issue #1: How does development vary among regions? ~Due:
HW: Read9.6-9.9 Key Issue #2: How can countries promote development?~Due:
China Revs Up (A study in the development of the worlds most populous country)

HW: Chose 5 developed and 5 developing countries~Due:
Week #7 Development-----------------------------------------
Day 1: Development (Chapter 9)
Developed vs. Developing Activities (country development sorting)
Characteristics of Development Notes-cut & past into notebook
HW: Chose 5 developed and 5 developing countries~Due:
Day 2: Development (Chapter 9)
Worktime: Chose 5 developed and 5 developing countries
Action Activity-Are we there yet? (evaluate your choices for developed & developing)
Day 3: Development (Chapter 9)
TED Talks on Development (Hans Rolsings New Insights on Poverty)
Day 4: Development (Chapter 9)

GapMinder: Global Casino Activity
Day 6: Development (Chapter 9) TALESH
This is a short simulation game dealing with the problems of global development to meet the basic needs of the earth's people. Its goal is to acquaint students with some of the strategies that can help poor nations become self-sufficient and economically viable.The game focuses on a fictitious nation called Talesh.The students will play the role of Taleshian development officials attempting to choose the development projects that will best help their struggling nation.
Day 6: Development (Chapter 9)
The situation in Talesh -development simulation (Day 2)

Introduce PICK-A-PING Project

Country Sign Up & Population Profile Details
2014 Population Data Sheet

PICK-A-PING HANDOUT- Overview of the project

















































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Unit 3 Population Geography Quizlet

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Unit 3 Population And Migration

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