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population pyramids 2014

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2014 Population Pyramids for use at AS or GCSE

2014 Population Pyramids for use at AS or GCSE

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    • 1. Population Pyramids 2014
    • 2. 1 3 2 4
    • 3. 5 7 6 8
    • 4. 9 10 11 12
    • 5. 13 15 14 16
    • 6. Possible groups • 1, 11, 15 • 2,6 • 7,16 • 3,4, 8 • 12, 13, 14 • 5, 9, 10
    • 7. Possible groups • 1, 11, 15 • Afghanistan, Mozambique Uganda • 2,6 • 7,16 • 3,4, 8 • Bangladesh, Haiti • India, USA • Brazil, China, Iran • 12, 13, 14 • 5, 9, 10 • S Korea, Taiwan, Thailand • Germany, Italy, Japan
    • 8. Group A
    • 9. Group B
    • 10. Group C
    • 11. Group D
    • 12. Group E
    • 13. Group F
    • 14. Possible groups • 1, 11, 15 • Afghanistan, Mozambique Uganda • 2,6 • 7,16 • 3,4, 8 • Bangladesh, Haiti • India, USA • Brazil, China, Iran • 12, 13, 14 • 5, 9, 10 • S Korea, Taiwan, Thailand • Germany, Italy, Japan
    • 15. 2014 • • • • • • • • 1 Afghanistan 2 Bangladesh 3 Brazil 4 China 5 Germany 6 Haiti 7 India 8 Iran • • • • • • • • 9 Italy 10 Japan 11 Mozambique 12 S Korea 13 Taiwan 14 Thailand 15 Uganda 16 USA
    • 16. UK
    • 17. 1
    • 18. 2
    • 19. 3
    • 20. 4
    • 21. 5
    • 22. 6
    • 23. 7
    • 24. 8
    • 25. 9
    • 26. 10
    • 27. 11
    • 28. 12
    • 29. 13
    • 30. 14
    • 31. 15
    • 32. 16
    • 33. Teachers • Print slides 2 to 5 • Chop into 4 parts • Classify / sort into similar types [5 groups? For AS, less for GCSE] • Link to DTm • Identify characteristics • Have a guess at places?