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L3 – List the ways settlement change. L4 – Describe the changes… L5 – Explain why these changes take place.
Towns grow out from the Centre. So thats where the oldest buildings are. Also where the main shops and offices are. Why might that be?
Known as the Central Business District… Large shops and offices. Restaurants, Cafes, museums, cinemas and theatres.
Terraced houses for factory workers. Some now replaced by flats. Small corner shops. This area is the transition zone or inner city.
Larger Houses ususally with gardens. Some parks. Some rows of shops. This area is the inner suburbs
New houses and estates. New shopping centres. Parks and other open areas. Known as outer suburbs.
Along a river, canal or railway. Many old factories now closed. Area may look run down.
Industrial estates and business parks built since Close to may roads
Answer Questions 1a 1b 1c 1d Extension – Can you explain the Pie Chart in your own words…
Patterns of land use in towns and cities Think of all the things you would find in a Town or a City. Turn over your work sheet and write down as many.
Patterns of Land Use in Towns and Cities By the end of this lesson you will: be familiar with a simple land-use model know how the land is used in each.
Patterns of land use in urban area Example –the United Kingdom (UK)
Urban areas (H1) Developed world case study In a named developed city, explain land use in the CBD 6 Explain the differences between the Inner City and.
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Settlements: Map Work By the end of this lesson you will: Know: – that OS maps can give clues to patterns of settlements Be able to: – recognise housing.
What are the main characteristics of a CBD? How many characteristics of a CBD can you spot in the next four slides?
CBD Characteristics You will need to be able to describe and where appropriate explain the main characteristics of the CBD. Where possible always try and.
Urban Geography LAND USES IN DEVELOPED WORLD CITIES.
URBAN LAND USE MODEL CBD (city centre) C19th housing and industry (Inner City) Early C20th housing (Inner Suburbs) Late C20th housing (Outer Suburbs)
Urban Theory. Burgess Model Concentric Rings Urban Transect.
Human Geography – Urban Land Use & Planning Chapter 6.
Land Use Patterns. This is the Burgess Model. Why do you think it has been designed like this?
URBAN SETTLEMENT PATTERNS Unit 3: CGC1D. Definition: Urban Areas more than 1000 people living together in a city or town nearly 80% of Canadians live.
Images of Urban Land Use Zones Val Vannet Features of Urban Land Use Zones The images in this presentation ‘happen’ to be of DUNDEE They show land.
Land use in the city. Aims of this lesson To learn how land is used in cities. To learn the different the different areas of a city and what they.
URBAN LANDUSE MODELS HIGHER Models of Urban Structure A model is a simplified version of what occurs in real life. Urban models show common characteristics.
Urban Zoning. CBD Inner City Outer Suburbs Inner Suburbs Urban Line Transect Inner City Inner Suburbs Outer Suburbs.
Hoyt – The sector Model. What is the Hoyt sector model? Hoyt proposed the idea that towns grew as sectors or wedges. Hoyt proposed the idea that towns.
CITIES IN MEDC’S Models are used in geography to try to explain what we see in the physical environment. A model is used to simplify complex, real world.
Urban Models For MEDC’s. What Are They? Often in geography models are used to try to explain something that we can see in the physical environment. During.
Land Use Zones Case Study Glasgow. Higher Geography.
HUMAN WORLD REVISION SESSION Reading Case Study. What is the theme of the case studies? For you to be able to compare 2 settlements- one in an MEDC (Reading)
Higher Urban 4 Urban models 2. THE INNER CITY (ZONE 2) Also known as the Twilight or Transition Zone.
Models Of Burgess And Hoyt IB SL. Burgess Explanation Having made in depth studies of the morphology of Chicago in the 1920's, Burgess concluded that.
REMEMBER THE DIFFERENT SHAPES? Nucleated Settlement – Buildings are grouped together around a focus point. IE Bridge or Crossroads. MAKE A CIRCLE Dispersed.
Lesson Objectives: to be able to able to describe and explain land use changes to understand what effect these changes can have on people Last lesson you.
1 Settlement functions Functions are like parties, yeh?
Check yourself. 1) There are a lot of churches in our town.
URBAN SETTLEMENT PATTERNS Unit 3: CGC1D. Questions 1. Urbanization -5 kinds of urban places -Basic and non-Basic industry 2. Central place theory -High.
Urban Land Use: The Inner City L/Os: Revisit urban land use models Identify characteristics of the inner city Analyse problems associated with the inner.
Year 10 …. Any work that has been done so far NOT in full sentences will be being redone next week in your time. You are in Year 10. So I suggest that.
No Problem! Student’s Book 1 train station What is the place? Vocabulary Places in a town 6 City life.
URBAN CASE STUDY EDINBURGH Zones and Regeneration.
Lesson Objectives: - To identify the main land uses in different Urban Zones - Be able to describe and account for differences in land use from the CBD.
Models For The Developing World IB SL. Explanation This model attempts to explain the complex growth patterns of cities in the developing world. The.
The site of Glasgow River Clyde provided water for power, fishing and drinking Relief of land next to the Clyde is flat which allows crops to be grown.
Extension: What other geographical vocabulary might be use in this topic on ‘settlement’? Starter: Match the 5 key terms to their definitions Changing.
Urban Canada. Why are Cities located where they are? Natural harbour Lay on river- power, running water, industries Railway line Major highway Important.
Population and settlement How well does your chosen settlement fit urban land use models? Controlled Assessment 2014.
The Suburbs and the Edge of the City[Date] Today I will: - Be able to name and describe the characteristics of the suburbs and the edge of the city. National.
Outer Suburbs Commuter Zone CBD Inner City Inner Suburbs Chicago, 1920s The Burgess Urban Land Use Model CBD – core of the city. Contains shops, offices.
Urban Structure What do you need to know today? 1.Differences in the structure of urban areas can lead to differences in the quality of life of the inhabitants.
Year 11 Cleethorpes coursework. Deadlines Final deadline – 23/10/09 Coursework will be marked, assigned a preliminary grade and suggestions for improvements.
URBAN LAND-USE. Types of Land Use All land use in an urban place can be classified into one of SIX major groups: industrial, residential, commercial,
Settlement Rural and Urban by Tony Dunne OSi Maps copyright.
Where? What? Why? When? Who? Key questions What are the different areas found in a MEDC city? How has Swansea’s CBD changed? What is the land used for.
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