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<ul><li><p>BIG PICTURE: What is a </p><p>population pyramid? </p><p> What? Identify what a population pyramid is and indentify their main characteristics. </p><p> How? By understanding how to interpret population pyramids to explain development. </p><p> Why? So I can justify where people belong on a population pyramid according to their countries status. </p></li><li><p>Resources </p><p> Pg 178-179 AQA Geography Text book </p></li><li><p>A useful hint before we start </p><p> Todays lesson will be forming your formative assessment level for this </p><p>unit. </p><p> You will be completing a GCSE paper for homework. </p><p> You will not be having the use of your books so PAY EXTRA ATTENTION </p><p>TODAY!!!! </p></li><li><p>Connect: Where do I belong on a </p><p>population pyramid? </p><p> In front of you is a template of a population pyramid for the U.K </p><p> How much can you already understand? </p><p> 1. Locate and circle your own age range. </p><p> 2. Draw an arrow to the side of the pyramid that you belong. </p><p> 3. In the space below write an estimation of the number of people in the U.K that are within the same age range as you. </p><p> 4. Have a go at the extension question! </p></li><li><p> The number of people who rely on the working population to support them. </p><p> This is usually the elderly and people below the age of 16. </p><p>Who else could the dependable </p><p>population also be? </p><p>A dependable population </p></li><li><p>Activate: What are the key terms </p><p>for todays lesson? </p><p> 1. Fill in the missing key terms to define what a population pyramid is. </p><p> 2. Match the correct key term up to its definition. </p><p> Extension: Have a go answering the question at the bottom of the sheet </p></li><li><p>How did you do? </p><p> Missing terms in order: </p><p> Pyramid, graph, percentages, age, base, </p><p> youngest, elderly, interpreting, death rates (9 marks) </p><p> Correct Definitions: (4 marks) </p><p> Maximum marks: ? /13 </p><p>Age Structure The number of babies that die, per 1,000 live births. </p><p>Gender Structure The number of children that die, per 1,000 live births. </p><p>Infant Mortality The balance between males and females in a </p><p>population. Small differences can tell us a great </p><p>deal about a country or city. </p><p>Child Mortality The proportion of each age group in a population. </p><p>This is closely linked to the level of development a </p><p>country has reached. </p></li><li><p>How do population pyramids </p><p>work? </p><p> Just as the Demographic Transition model is split into 5 stages, population </p><p>pyramids are too. </p><p> Each stage tells us what level of economic development a country is at. </p><p> Quick challenge!Sketch a population pyramid for a poor country and a rich country </p></li><li><p>Demonstrate: How do </p><p>population pyramids work? 1.Cut out the 5 population pyramids. </p><p>2. Cut out the 5 stage descriptors. </p><p>3. Match the pyramid up to the correct descriptor. </p><p>4. Once you are happy each phase is in the correct order, stick them down. </p><p> Extension: Look at stage 5. Can you spot any big problems for the future? </p><p> Clue. Think about support for the elderly. </p></li><li><p>Reflect: Where do these people </p><p>belong on a population pyramid? </p><p> I am 45 years old. I contribute to </p><p>____ million of the </p><p>UKs population. </p><p>If the globe lands on you have a go at answering the question! </p></li><li><p>I am 18 </p><p>years old, if </p><p>I was </p><p>British I </p><p>would </p><p>contribute </p><p>to ____ of </p><p>the U.Ks </p><p>population. </p></li><li><p>My country is in stage ___ of </p><p>population development. </p></li><li><p>My country is frequently in the news because </p><p>of war. I am from ___________. My country is in </p><p>stage ____ of population development. </p></li><li><p>I am from Zimbabwe/ Libya/ The Congo This </p><p>is currently the poorest country in the world. </p><p>Most people living here are between the age </p><p>of ___ and __ </p></li><li><p> There are very few births in my country because the government has a law that says you can only have 1 child. I am from_______. </p><p> We are in stage ____ </p><p> A low birth rate is going to be a problem in the future because. </p></li><li><p>Homework: GCSE Practise </p><p>Paper </p><p> This task will form your 2nd formative mark for this half of the module. </p><p> Exam Pro- Population pyramids </p><p> - Population DTM </p><p>Please see the grade boundaries to assess your own progress. </p></li><li><p>Idea of Grade Boundaries: </p><p>Grade Marks (/18) </p><p>A* 18 </p><p>A 16-17 </p><p>B 14-15 </p><p>C 11-13 </p><p>D 8-10 </p><p>E 5-7 </p><p>F 4 or below </p></li><li><p>Additional activity= 1 merit for </p><p>completion Find an example of another country in each stage. </p><p>NOT the ones we have looked at. </p><p>By each state whether it is an: </p><p>MEDC- More Economically Developed Country. </p><p>LEDC- Less Economically Developed Country. </p><p>NIC- Newly industrialised country. (a country </p><p>whose economic development is moving from a </p><p>LEDC but is not yet at the stage of an MEDC. </p></li></ul>