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  1. BINGO 11. disparity 12. deindustrialisation 13. Periphery 14. Green sector 15. Tertiary employment 16.Non – renewable resource 17. Renewable resource 18. sustainability 19. depopulation 20. diversification • Migration • Emigration • Immigration • Life expectancy • Infant mortality • Push factor • Pull factor • Commuter belt • Top down approach • Bottom up approach

  2. Lesson objectives • To revise knowledge and understanding of Unit 2

  3. Round 1 • For each picture decide which topic/chapter it comes from and what the picture shows

  4. Development dilemmas • Bottom up development/intermediate technology/water pump

  5. Consuming resources • Malthus’ Theory

  6. Making a living • De-industrialisation

  7. Living spaces • Urbanisation/urban sprawl

  8. Changing countryside • Farm diversification

  9. Population dynamics • Population pyramids/population structure

  10. Round 2: Jeopardy • In pairs write an exam style question that matches the following model answers. 1. “They act as a filter reduce migration flow. In the UK there is a five tier system. Countries might want to favour those jobs needed, such as doctors.” (3 marks)

  11. 2. “Solar power is ‘cleaner’ for the environment with fewer emissions (no CO2) or waste. It will not run out.” ( 2marks) • 3. “In London renting bikes reduces use of cars in the city. This reduces CO2 emissions making it more sustainable.” (3 marks) • 4. “A decrease in secondary (manufacturing) jobs might lead to less pollution. More Brownfield sites might be good if they are changed to new habitats or ‘bad’ if toxic materials are left.” (2 marks)

  12. Questions • 1. Describe how skills tests are used to limit the numbers of migrants allowed into a country. • 2. Describe one way in which the use of an alternative or renewable resource helps sustainability. • 3. Describe one attempt to create a sustainable living space. • 4. Outline two environmental effects of economic changes in developed countries, such as de-industrialisation.