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    • How and why do countries develop in different ways?
    • What problems does the Brandt line have?
      • Fails to show disparity or differences in poverty WITHIN a country
      • Core region – based on the urban area, has the majority of the services, business and people
      • Periphery is rural = remote countryside involved in producing raw materials = poor
    • Multiplier effect What do you think is happening?
    • Core and periphery in Brazil
    • Task 1
      • Study Figure 1 and the information on p.230 Evolving Planet (Region Disparities in Brazil)
      • Use an atlas to label the economically active areas (cities )
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      • Explain the contrasts in development between the core (South-East) and periphery (North and North-East) regions of Brazil
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    • Regions Brazil
    • Choropleth shading Choropleth (colour shaded) maps . This is especially appropriate for showing standardised data such as rates, densities or percentages. A different colour is used for each of a number of bands, allowing users to identify which areas have high, low or middling values. It is a very visual way of showing data making comparison very easy. Africa- GDP
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    • Choropleth shading
      • Have a look at an example of how to draw a choropleth map here
    • Disparity between the core and periphery
      • Complete a choropleth map to shoe HDI in the different regions of Brazil.
      • What problems can be caused when there is disparity within a country.(page 231 purple book).
    • Exam style question
      • Describe the regional differences that have resulted from economic development
      • (6 marks)
    • Just a minute
      • Speak for 1 minute, no repetitions, pauses, eeers, uuuums on
      • The characteristics of the core area of Brazil
      • The characteristics of a peripheral area in Brazil
      • The benefits and problems of using choropleth shading