1) Define; birth rate and find a statistic/example (2)
Birth Rate is the number of live births per thousand of population per year. And example of this would be just the how many people are born a year. Canada’s birth is
2) Define; death rate and find a statistic/example (2)
Death Rate is the number of deaths per thousand of population per year. And it is basically of the amount of people that die a year.
3) Define; migration and find a statistic/example (2)
Migration is the moving of something from one place to another. And an example of migration is the movement of animals from one region to another. ( large )
4) Define; immigration and find a statistic/example (2)
Immigration is the action of coming to live permanently in a foreign country. An example of Immigration would be a barrier to control immigration from Mexico.
5) Define; emigration and find a POSITIVE example and a NEGATIVE example (4)
Emigration is the act of leaving ones country and and to settle permanently in another, and moving abroad. POSITIVE things about emigration is being able to do that in our country and some negative things about emigration is
See example for the above question; below. I expect complete responses like the following.
ie Canadian is a diverse country with a respective population, industrialized and functional economy. Canada is also classified as a first world country. This is due largely impact hundreds of thousands of Europeans; specifically English and French colonize in North America. They imperial-ized on First Nations people when they came and were promised free land and unlimited resources. A negative example of migration patterns can be found when discussing many of the movement patterns in Africa. Again, hundreds of thousands of people are displaced, forced out of their homes and living in refugee camps because their homes are not safe. They must leave their homes because of conflict, revolutions and corruption. Uganda is currently experience a civil war where child soldiers are used to support the rebel group, the LRA.
6) I can list 10 pros in population growth. (5) Somethings that are pros about population growth is it adds diversity, its adds generations, adds new advances, adds happiness, adds considerations
7) I can list 10 cons in population growth. (5)
8) I can explain urbanization completely. (Be sure to touch on the decreasing ruralization; even though we need food and crops like never before. Why is farming growing when people are selling their farms and moving into cities.) (3)
9) I can explain the term; standard of living. (6)
10) I can explain what it means to be a First World country, Second World country, Third World Country.
(What do each of the terms mean and find a picture/map/graph to explain each.)
11) I can explain what the natalist paradigm is. (2)
12) What does it mean to be in harmony with the environment? Do you think we are living in harmony with the environment? Explain your response. (3)
13) How many people live on the planet? About 7.046 billion (2012)
14) What are the 5 largest cities? Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary, Ottawa in Canada
15) What continent has the worst poverty? Why? Explain in detail.
16) Should first world countries be force to support third world countries? Explain your response. I don’t necessary think that we should be forced to help support third world countries. But saying that, that doesn’t mean I think that we shouldn’t have nothing to do with them. We should try and support them as much as we should but at the same time not be forced to work and help.