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### Lesson 3

1. 1. Geography World Cup 2010<br />You will predict the World Cup winner through Geographical statistics! <br />
2. 2. <ul><li>The aim of the game is to predict who will be most successful in the 2010 World Cup.
3. 3. This will be done by comparing the statistics of each of the qualified nations.
4. 4. The countries with the most favourable statistics will have an advantage.</li></ul>Can England win? <br />Geography World Cup 2010<br />
5. 5. Geography World Cup 2010<br />We will be comparing the following aspects of each country:<br />-Population<br />-Life Expectancy (Years)<br />-GNI per Capita (US\$)<br />-Human Development Index<br />-Fifa World Ranking<br />Why might these factors put a country at an advantage? <br />
6. 6. Stage 1: Group Games<br />
7. 7. Write your group <br />number in here.<br />Write in<br />the <br />names<br />of your<br />countries<br />here.<br />Input this data from your atlas <br />for each of your countries.<br />
8. 8. After each <br />match write<br />the score<br />in here.<br />Write in the names of your<br />countries in these boxes.<br />Calculate the points for each win <br />and draw, add these to your first <br />sheet then write in the name of <br />your winner and runner up here.<br />
9. 9. Stage 2: Knockout<br />
10. 10. Quarter-Finals<br />
11. 11. Semi- Finals<br />
12. 12. Final<br />
13. 13. Geography World Cup 2010<br />-Write a paragraph to explain which country won the Geography World Cup. What geographical features did that nation have that helped lead it to success? <br />-Can you find any other geographical statistics in the atlas that would put a country at an advantage? <br />-Would the winner also have rated highly if we were to use these new statistics? <br />