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sjsu_g10_chapter_2_population_r4 - Ch 2 Population.Prep...

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Ch. 2: Population…Prep. Display or write on board or overhead: Write: 1.Add codes: after class. 2.Due next Thursday: Paper 1 3.Concepts: (Did you read the text?) CBR: (ask) CDR: (ask) NIR: (ask) TFR: (ask) Population Pyramids: growth, costs, workers, dependents Children: benefit or cost? (Traditional vs. Popular Culture) Demographic transition and Epidemiological stages Malthusianism, Neomalthusianism, criticisms Get population video, Population Connection, “World Population” (online) http://www.alsagerschool.co.uk/subjects/sub_content/geography/Gpop/HTMLENH/media/video.htm Write on other board: info on slide 3 Advance slide.
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Prep: Review, or Write on board or Overhead: Review: 1) Questions? 2) You should have scanned Chapter 2 (10 minutes) 3) After Class: Review your notes: (10 minutes) 4) Tonight: Review my notes: (10 minutes) 5) read chapter 2 to reinforce key details. 6) Move from passive to active learning, proactive learning. It is your life. Take charge!
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Prep: Preset the Population Video Population Video name: Backup population video link: Pre-set all handouts.
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World Population Patterns: A climate influence is observable (rainy vs. desert, hot vs. cold). River valleys, coastlines, & historical cores have more people. Image: World map of population distribution Source URL: http://media.maps.com/magellan/images/k3worldpop.gif
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Key point: Birth rates are large in LDCs (less developed countries) World map of live births per 1000 people per year Source URL: http://www.globalgeografia.com/world/birth_rate.gif Birth Rates
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Death Rates Key points: High death rates are found in LDCs. High death rates are found MDCs with aging populations (MDC = More Developed Country) World map of deaths per 1000 people per year Source URL: http://www.globalgeografia.com/world/death_rate.gif
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Key point: High death rates in LDCs often lead to high birth rates. Birth rate map (http://www.globalgeografia.com/world/birth_rate.gif) Death Rate map (http://www.globalgeografia.com/world/death_rate.gif) Countries with aging populations also have higher death rates (and costs).
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Children: Asset vs. Cost (This is not the only cause, but it is a big one.) Agriculture: child labor is an asset. Feed them Low /no education costs Low medical care (causes what?) Industrial: large costs associated with Support: food clothes, toys, activities, & education, medicine, More education: college $$$ (Question: Does this help you make sense of the world population distribution, including birth and death rates?)
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Annual Population Growth Rates Key points: Low MDC growth, high LDC growth, Transitional in between. Population growth is a response to risks, and it drives migration. Map of annual population growth rates Source URL: http://images.encarta.msn.com/xrefmedia/aencmed/targets/maps/map/T620076A.gif
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Population Growth Projection Very hard to estimate.
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