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AP Human Geography: Unit 2 Powerpoint: Population and Migration (Sample)
 

AP Human Geography: Unit 2 Powerpoint: Population and Migration (Sample)

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Here is a sample from my Advanced Placement Human Geography Unit 2 Powerpoint I will be using to teach my classes this year. It is on Population and Migration. You can find the full version at ...

Here is a sample from my Advanced Placement Human Geography Unit 2 Powerpoint I will be using to teach my classes this year. It is on Population and Migration. You can find the full version at http://tinyurl.com/eilandunit2.

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    but you don't have an Asian migration to the U.S. slide :/
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AP Human Geography: Unit 2 Powerpoint: Population and Migration (Sample) AP Human Geography: Unit 2 Powerpoint: Population and Migration (Sample) Presentation Transcript

  • AP® Human GeographyUnit 2: Population and MigrationCopyright © 2013 - All rights reserved - Daniel L. Eiland
  • OverviewUnit 2PopulationMigration
  • Part 1: Population
  • SectionsWhere isEveryone?Where haspopulationincreased?Why ispopulationincreasing atdifferent rates?Overpopulation
  • Section 1: Where Is Everyone?
  • What is demography?
  • Create your own definition:
  • What is populationdistribution?
  • “Population distributions aredescriptions of locations onthe Earth’s surface whereindividuals or groups live.”
  • In what places on Earth do you expect to find themost people living?What common traits might these places exhibit?
  • What is ecumene?
  • “Ecumene is the portion ofthe Earth’s surface occupiedby permanent humansettlement.”
  • Common Traits of EcumeneAlmost 90% of allpeople live north of theequator.More than half of allpeople live on about5% of the land, andalmost nine-tenths onless than 20%.Most people live inareas close to sea level.About two-thirds ofworld population isconcentrated within300 miles of the ocean.
  • How do youmeasurepopulation?
  • “You measure population bylooking at Population Density;the number of peopleoccupying an area of land.”
  • • The total number of people in an area.• Population divided by Land AreaArithmetic Density• The number of people supported by a unit area of arableland.• Provides insights into the relationship between the size ofa population and the availability of resources in a region.Physiological Density• The ratio of the number of farmers to the amount ofarable land.Agricultural Density
  • Discuss how the agricultural density of the UnitedStates may have changed over the last 200 years.
  • End of AP® Unit 2 Power-PointSampleYou can download the full 150 slide presentation atmy Teachers Pay Teachers store:http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Mr-Eiland