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    • Test next week Unit 1 and 2
    • Population Workbook pg 5 to 10
    • Can you remember the following terms?
      • Birth rate
      • Death rate
      • Natural increase
      • Infant mortality rate
    • What causes population to increase?
      • Birth rate increases
        • (population growth pg 4)
      • Death rate decreases
      • Technological advances (pg 5)
        • Industrial revolution
        • Increase food production with new machines and technology
    • Important term
      • Population distribution
        • Describe the way in which people are spread across an area.
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      • Why is it so crowded in the cities?
      • Write down the possible reasons in your note book now (Do it in 3 minutes)
    • Too hot and dry
    • Too dry and mountainous (steep slope)
    • Harsh climate
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    • Flooding
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    • Volcano eruption
    • Why does people settle in certain places?
      • Availability of
        • Water
        • Food
        • jobs
      • Suitable climate for living
      • Flat and fertile land for farming
      • Safe from natural disaster
      • Accessibility to transport
    • Important term
      • Population density
        • Refer to the average number of people per square kilometre.
        • Total number of people
        • Total land area (km)
    • Newspaper experiment
    • Refer to workbook pg 10
    • Factors affecting population density
      • Positive
      • Negative
      Refer to workbook pg 7
    • Factors affecting population density
      • Positive
      • Suitable climate
      • Availability of jobs
      • There is flat & fertile land
      • Easy access of transport
      • Negative
      • Harsh climate
      • Lack of water
      • Lack of resources
      • Thick vegetation (very hard to access)
      • Natural disaster