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    • How could this living space change over time? Think about social, environmental and economic changes that could take place- annotate these on your copy
    • Different processes of change
      • Natural processes:
      • Human processes
      • Can you identify these in your work?
      • What is a process?
    • How can living spaces change? What are the processes (of change) affecting the quality of living spaces?
    • Philadelphia
    • Istanbul
    • What is gentrification?
      • Using the article about Leeds being gentrified, can you work out what the process actually is?
    • The Corn Exchange in LEeds
    • What is gentrification?
      • This human process that changes living spaces can be defined as:
        • ‘ the restoration or upgrading of deteriorated urban property by middle class or affluent people, often resulting in displacement of lower- income people’
        • ‘ a process by which the character of a traditionally working-class area is made fashionable by middle-class people’
      • So, it is when an area is upgraded, or regenerated, and usually as a result more wealthy people move into the area.
    • What is social segregation?
      • Can you identify these cities?
      • How is social segregation happening here?
      • RHS vs LHS: work together to write a description of how social segregation is happening in these two places (use KS4 text books to help you!)
      • (HINT: segregation is another word for separate)
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    • DIARY WORK
      • How do social segregation and gentrification affect the sustainability of living spaces?
      • What about social sustainability?
      • How does this impact on the environment and economic sustainability?
      • What do you think?
    • Housekeeping
      • From marking your books:
      • Make sure you stick any extra sheets into your book as soon as they are completed
      • Write on these sheets which booklet they are from, and which page numbers they relate to
      • If you miss a lesson, you must catch up the work, borrow someone’s work, ask me for help