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Population and Settlement

Population and Settlement. June 2003 OCR C. (a) For a named country that you have studied, draw a simple population pyramid to show its current population structure. [2] (b) Add two labels to your population pyramid for two features of the population structure. [2]

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Population and Settlement

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1. Population and Settlement

2. June 2003 OCR C • (a) For a named country that you have studied, draw a simple population pyramid to show its current population structure. [2] • (b) Add two labels to your population pyramid for two features of the population structure. [2] • (c) State and explain two changes in the population structure of your chosen country. Include specific detail. (6)

3. June 2004 OCR C

4. June 2004

5. June 2004

6. June 2004 OCR C • Describe two problems associated with rural-urban migration in LEDCs, according to the • cartoon. [6] • (d) State and justify two solutions to the problems created by rapid urbanisation in LEDCs. [6]

7. June 2005 • For a settlement that you have studied where the population is increasing: • (i) Name and locate the settlement; • (ii) With reference to specific detail, describe and explain the problems associated with this increase. (9) • Levels: • L1 Names and locates the settlement a problem described and explained in simple terms OR gives two problems OR develops one description (1-4) • L2 Two problems described, one explained, with some detail (5-7) • L3 Develops answers with specific detail. (8-9) • Max L1 if settlement not increasing in population. • Max L1 if settlement not identifiable

8. How could we adapt this question? • Explain two pull factors which attract people to buy a holiday home in France. [6] • L1: Gives one valid pull factor (1-3) • L2: Gives second pull factor and explains one with detail (4-5) • L3: Explains two pull factors (6) • Indicative Content: • Easy access, overland from mainland Europe, by aeroplane from UK • Cheaper property/construction costs • Increased publicity • Attractive landscapes • Quiet, peaceful way of life/traditional way of life • Pursue leisure interests • Food and drink • Credit references to places in France e.g. Paris, The Alps, Cote d’Azur • Credit use of own knowledge for valid ideas not shown in Fig 4

9. June 2008 OCR C • No resource... However... • Give two reasons to explain why some countries have an increasing percentage of people living over 65. [6] • What messages might this cartoon communicate about the effects of an ageing population in MEDCs? [6]

10. June 2008 OCR C

11. June 2009 OCR C

12. Settlement questions • OCR C

13. June 2009

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16. June 2008

17. June 2008

18. Avery Hill OCR

19. Avery Hill June 2002

20. The next 4 slides are Avery Hill 2002

21. Avery Hill 2004

22. Question A1 (a) Study the map opposite. (i) What was the annual population growth rate in Pakistan in 2001? [1] (ii) Compare the annual population growth rate in Pakistan with that in: • Namibia • United Kingdom Refer to figures in your answer. [2] (iii) From the map describe the distribution of areas where the annual population growth rate is between 2.6% and 3.5%. [3]

23. (i) Describe how Pakistan’s population changed between 1951 and 2001. Refer to figures from the graph. [2]

24. Karachi is a large city in Pakistan. Many people live in squatter settlements there.How does the population size of Karachi compare to other cities in Pakistan? Refer tofigures in your answer. (2)

25. June 2004 • Study Photograph 1 in the separate Resource Booklet. They show life in the Mohammed Nagar squatter settlement. • Suggest one scheme that could be used to tackle the problems of squatter settlements that does not involve forcing people to leave. Explain how the scheme would work. (You may refer to places you have studied if you wish.) [6]

26. June 2005

27. (i) What percentage of housing in Caverswall and Cookshill is owner occupied? [1]

28. B4 Question on 2005 • LEDC question and lots of useful bits (map related)

29. 2006 Avery Hill • Requires original map resources • Good for counterurbanisation

30. A2 question Avery hill 2008 • Good for counterurbanisation and development of greenfield sites • Requires map extract.

31. Avery hill 2010 • Question B3 (a) Study the OS map extract. (i) Area A is part of the Central Business District (CBD) of Leeds. Give two pieces of map evidence which show it is part of the CBD. [2] (ii) The OS map extract shows the location of Brewery Wharf which has been built on a brownfield site. • What is a brownfield site? [1] (iii) Describe the location of Brewery Wharf. [3]

32. June 2010 Avery Hill Requires map extract On Las Vegas and sustainable growth in MEDCs

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