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  • Moving Stories Lesson 8
  • How can we predict how population will change?
    • LI: To understand how to interpret Population pyramids.
    • During today's lesson we shall be investigating what Population pyramids are, and how they can be used to predict population change.
  • GA Moving Stories Toolkit.
  • GA Moving Stories Toolkit.
  • Data for 2010 1.00 80+ 1.80 0.80 75-79 1.00 1.10 70-74 1.20 1.30 65-69 1.50 1.80 60-64 1.90 1.70 55-59 1.80 2.00 50-54 2.00 2.30 45-49 2.30 2.40 40-44 2.30 2.10 35-39 2.00 1.90 30-34 1.80 2.10 25-29 2.00 2.20 20-24 2.10 2.00 15-19 1.90 1.80 10-14 1.70 1.70 5-9 1.60 1.90 0-4 1.80 Male Population in millions Age Female Population in millions
  • Data for 2050 2.50 80-84 3.80 1.40 75-79 1.60 1.60 70-74 1.60 1.90 65-69 1.90 2.20 60-64 2.10 2.20 55-59 2.10 2.10 50-54 2.00 2.10 45-49 2.00 2.30 40-44 2.20 2.30 35-39 2.20 2.30 30-34 2.20 2.20 25-29 2.10 2.10 20-24 2.00 1.90 15-19 1.80 1.90 10-14 1.80 1.90 5-9 1.80 1.80 0-4 1.70 Male Population in millions Age Female Population in millions
  • Homework
    • This weeks homework for Year 7's is to produce a 3D version of the UK's population pyramid in 2050 and compare it to the pyramid of 2010 we did in class.
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    • The data you need is shown in the slide show below - but how will you make it look 3D? Lego bricks would be great, jelly babies arranged on a plate perhaps? Remember to take a photo and bring in next lesson or post your photo on the schools VLE.
  • Plenary
    • What was our learning objective?
    • Did we achieve it?
    • How can we be sure?