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.
The resources I used can be downloaded here.
We ended the lesson with the legend that is…
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.
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.
Also produced a living graph exercise on World population growth and a simple factors affecting birth and death rates fill in sheet.
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.