Population » Movies, presentations and worksheets

1a) An introduction to changing population- movie image

1a) An introduction to changing population- movie

This movie helps to introduce this topic at KS4 level, looking at a variety of issues that pupils will encounter. To enlarge the movie click on the tab in the bottom right hand corner

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1b) An introduction to changing population- population growth example image

1b) An introduction to changing population- population growth example

This presentation gives a visual representation about the speed of population growth.

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1c) Population clock image

1c) Population clock

This population clock hosts all sorts of other statistics. This will help to introduce the topic of changing population and also in sparking discussion within the classroom.  (Source- http://www.poodwaddle.com/clocks/worldclock/)

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2a) Analysing population- population pyramids image

2a) Analysing population- population pyramids

This presentation shows the function of population pyramids. It looks at a variety of examples and shows how the shape of the pyramids can vary for a range of scenarios.

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2b) Analysing population- demographic transition model image

2b) Analysing population- demographic transition model

This presentation demostrates the demographic transtion model. It takes a look at each stage in depth outlining the birth rates and death rates and the reasons for them.

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3a) Population distribution- reasons presentation image

3a) Population distribution- reasons presentation

This presentation focusses on where people around the world live and the physical and human reasons why.

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3b) Population distribution- comparing presentation image

3b) Population distribution- comparing presentation

This presentation compares population distribution in the UK, USA and Australia.

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3c) Population distribution- where do people live worksheet (colour version) image

3c) Population distribution- where do people live worksheet (colour version)

This worksheet accompanies the 3a) Population distribution- reasons presentation. This is a colour version.

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3d) Population distribution- where do people live worksheet (black and white version) image

3d) Population distribution- where do people live worksheet (black and white version)

This worksheet accompanies the 3a) Population distribution- reasons presentation. This is a black and white version.

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4a) Population problems- population policy compared image

4a) Population problems- population policy compared

This presentation looks at the difference in approach to population problems by the two population heavyweights, China and India.

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4a) Population problems- population policy compared worksheet image

4a) Population problems- population policy compared worksheet

This worksheet is designed to accompany the population policy compared worksheet.

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4b) Population problems- movie image

4b) Population problems- movie

This movie focusses on population problems in both MEDCs and LEDCs. It discusses the problems of ageing population and declining population is some areas within MEDCs and the problem of growing population in LEDCs.

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4c) Population problems- China's one child policy movie image

4c) Population problems- China's one child policy movie

This movie demonstrates the drastic approach taken by the Chinese government in response to a rapidly growing population. It looks at all aspects of the policy from its enforcement to its after effectts.

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4d) Population problems- India's population policy movie image

4d) Population problems- India's population policy movie

This movie demonstrates India's very different approach to managing their increasing population. It looks at the strategies employed and reflects upon whether they are successful enough.

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