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1.4 population change migration


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1.4 population change migration

  1. 1. Population Change - Migration By the end of this lesson you will have: • Learnt about the impact of migration on population change • Familiarised yourself with the key terms for migration • Prepared yourself for with a revision tool for migration
  2. 2. Paired Reading • In pairs you must read pages 157-161 on migration. • You can either create an A3 sheet or make notes in your work. They must have the following titles; • What is migration? • Causes of migration • The changing nature of international migration • Refugees • Asylum seekers • The key is in CONDENSING the information. You may use your phones to clarify words that you don’t understand. • There will be a short test at the end of the task to see who has soaked up the knowledge.
  3. 3. Migration Test • 1) What are the three ‘scales’ of migration? • 2) What is ‘distance decay’? • 3) What is the main political factor which determines migration? • 4) Give an example of voluntary migration from an MEDC to an LEDC • 5) Which country has a migration rate of around -3? • 6) What EU restrictions were removed to promote migration in the EU? • 7) Between which two countries has there been rapid migration in Asia? • 8) Name one area of migration which is declining • 9) What is a refugee? • 10) How is an asylum seeker different to a refugee?
  4. 4. Ireland
  5. 5. Rwanda
  6. 6. Afghanistan
  7. 7. Exam Question Use your knowledge of forced and voluntary migration to comment on migration between MEDCs (6 marks) Migration is the permanent or semi-permanent change of residence of an individual or group of people. Forced migration is where the migrant has had to move because of circumstances. An example of forced migration between MEDCs could be the repatriation of East Germans into the new unified Germany after 1989. Voluntary migration, on the other hand, is where the migrant makes the decision to migrate. This has happened between MEDCs with the movement of east European workers into the UK following the expansion of the EU workers movement rights in 2004. Here many workers moved for better work conditions to other MEDCs.