As part of my independent learning drive I returned to the old favourite- the mystery task. This was based around the orphan David in Botswana, the aim was to enable students to consider factors that had influenced birth and death rates, and as a result population structure, within the country. HIV in Bostwana from TonyCassidy […]
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Some lesson ideas I wrote for Boardworks a couple of weeks ago, scroll down the page.
Continuing with the population resources, this time Polish migration. Polish Migration to the UK View more presentations from TonyCassidy. Introductory PowerPoint, classification task and summary sheet. If any has a copy of the BBC programme ‘The Poles are coming’, I’d be very grateful.
Just beginning to write some population resources for the CCEA spec. I tend to write quite ‘traditionally’ as a basis, then develop additional strategies later on… I’ll be using the great population jelly babies game as an introduction. World Population Introduction View more presentations from TonyCassidy. Also produced a living graph exercise on World population […]
Just thought this was a great population case study. The ring tone would make an interesting starter…
The B.B.C. reports that a record number of British people have left the United Kingdom since 1991, most popular destination being that of Australia, I wonder why? The report also shows that a large proportion of long-term migrants are also returning home.