Elective Geography Secondary 3/4 Express- National Strategies Exercise
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  • 1. + 4 Express Week 1: OLPP Feedback armanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • 2. + 2 Refresharmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • 3. + 3 Refresharmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • 4. + 4 Refresharmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • 5. + 5  Understanding the table  Misconceptions why?  How to present your answers  Use of data from tables  Use of more than one variable  Best answers  Comparing with standards  Choosing best strategies that address a few issuesarmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
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  • 7. + 7 Understanding the table  Data Given  Total Population: 7,078, 000 people  Land Area: 704km2  Population Density?  Population Density  7,078,000/ 704= 10,053 km2  How does this compare?armanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • 8. + 8 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Population_densityarmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • 9. + 9 Understanding the table  Data Given  Total Population: 7,078, 000 people  Land Area: 704km2  Population Density: 10, 053 people/ km2  Imagine Singapore with 2 more million people  Singapore’s Population: 5,183,000 people  Land Area: 710 km2  Population Density: 7301 people/ km2armanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • 10. + 10 Understanding the table  Data Given  Literacy Rate: 39% http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_literacy_ratearmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • 11. + 11 Understanding the table  Data Given  GDP per capita: US $2892armanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • 12. + 12 Understanding the table  Data given  Poverty rate: 48%  Some thoughts  Is this the number of people below a certain poverty line (eg. USD $1/ day)?  48% of the people are living in poverty?armanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • 13. + 13 Understanding the table:  Data given:  Access to clean water: 43%armanalluwie.blogspot.sg
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  • 15. + 15 Understanding the table  Data given  Unemployment rate: 23%armanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • 16. + 16 Understanding the table  Data given:  Life expectancy: 63armanalluwie.blogspot.sg
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  • 18. + 18 Understanding the table  Data given  Infant Mortality: 300 (per thousand)armanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • 19. + 19 Misconceptions  Integrated Resorts (IR) in Singapore  Is part of a bigger national strategy  Jobs created not a lot  Attract cash rich tourists/ investors  Strategies to promote developmentarmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • 20. + 20 Misconceptions  Population Control  “One Child” vs “Two or More”  Addresses two different problems  Small population as a problem?  Weak defense?  Investors not attracted?  What would attract investors  Stable government (protect their business interests)  Stable work force (no protests etc.)  Quality / Cost of workforcearmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • 21. + 21 Misconceptions  Literacy Rate  Access to education?  % of adults in country who can read or write  Compulsory Education in Singapore  Minimum primary education?  Up to 6 or 15 years oldarmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • 22. + 22 How to present your answers A01 + A03 A01 + A02armanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • 23. + 23 How to present your answers using more than one variable A01 + A03armanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • 24. + 24 Best answer  Using other countries as a comparison  And choosing the best strategy which will have a larger impact on national development  Improving water supply and sanitation facilities?  Improving education standards?  Population control?  Job creations and financial assistance? which leads us to a potential LORMs question, where you make a value judgment on the best national strategyarmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • 25. + 25 Assessing your learning  Either independently or in a group  Choose a national strategy which can best promote national development for Phizophora. Your answer should not be  Write out in words (not point form) shorter than half an A4 sized  What your chosen strategy is paper.  The reasons why you chose this strategy.  Example and outcome of a country that experienced strategy.  Submit your/ your group’s answer with all your names by the end of the lessonarmanalluwie.blogspot.sg