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North south devide ap

  1. 1. The North South Divide Aim: To understand how the north and south are perceived and to challenge the perceptions and stereotypes
  2. 2. What do you think ‘the North’ is like? • Write down some adjectives in your exercise books. The North South Divide
  3. 3. Where is the North and the South of England? • Traditionally from the Severn Estuary to the Wash. • Mark the line on your map. The North South Divide
  4. 4. Have a look at the mental map • How is it different from other maps that you use? • What does it tell you about the north and the south? • Is this accurate? The North South Divide
  5. 5. Industrial landscape – L. S. Lowry Stereotypical image of ‘the north’ in 19th century What message does it give you of the north? The North South Divide Some artists, like L.S. Lowry have painted typical images of the North to look ….. ,………………,………………..,……………….. and …………
  6. 6. Stereotypical image of London today. What message does it give you of the London? The North South Divide Some artists have painted typical images of the South to look ….. ,………………,………………..,……………….. and …………
  7. 7. Unemployment in England & Wales • What does this map show you about the north and south? • There are more / less The North South Divide
  8. 8. Health in England and Wales • What does this map show you about the north and south? • There are more / less The North South Divide
  9. 9. People not owning their own home's in England & Wales • What does this map show you about the north and south? • There are more / less The North South Divide
  10. 10. What is the difference between the North and the South? • The North and South divide refers to the gap between the generally poorer North and the generally richer South. This decision is based on economic factors because it is based on money. • Watch this video to see what some of the other differences are between the North and South? Write then down in your exercise book. The North South Divide
  11. 11. Positives and negatives of each • We know the positives about the South…are there any negatives? The North South Divide
  12. 12. THE SOUTH • What are the problems with the South? • High costs of housing (£200,000 - twice the cost of average for the UK) • Long journeys to work (average commuting time 2 hours – twice the average for the rest of the country • Overcrowding – cities are bursting at the seams, new housing estates are ruining the countryside The North South Divide
  13. 13. What’s it like ‘up north’? • Weather • Landscape • Air quality • Cost of living • Quality of life • Things to do? The North South Divide
  14. 14. Your Turn • Use the laptops to do two things; 1. Complete the table below in your exercise books; 2. Find a photograph that summarises one thing from each of the four boxes. If you have finished … see if you can come up with 2 extra points per box Here’s my example … The North South Divide North South Positive 1. 2. 3. 1. 2. 3. Negative 1. 2. 3. 1. 2. 3.
  15. 15. • Cheaper houses in Manchester North South Positive 1. Houses are cheaper than the south 1. There are a lot of things to do (e.g. Theme Parks) Negative ………………………………………… ………………………………………
  16. 16. Opinion Line…. • Where are you on the line…. • Very positive about the North or South • Very negative about the North or South • Or somewhere in between…… The North South Divide
  17. 17. You Say we Pay • North • Jobs • Health • Industry • Southampton The North South Divide
  18. 18. You Say we Pay • Cold • South • Houses • Unemployment • Liverpool The North South Divide

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