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EQ: What is the difference between Interregional and intraregional Migration3/7 Bell-ringer – 1. Use context clues to determine what the underlined word means: Interracial marriage has become more accepted after the civil rights movement When I migrated from Boston to Chicago, I drove on the interstate 90 the whole way In college, I played intramural sports because I did not want to travel a lot Heroine is an intravenous drug. 2. What does inter mean? 3. What does intra mean?
Migration Interregional Migration: Migration from one region to another region within one country. Ex. Migrate from Boston to Chicago Intraregional Migration: Migration within one region within one country Ex. Migrate from Chicago to Highland Park
THE CHANGING POPULATION CENTER OF THE US (copy title in binder) This is a map of the changing center of population in the United States. The population center is the average location of everyone in the country. (Remember big cities will pull the population center in their direction) Answer these questions in your binder: What do you notice about the change in the population center? Which two directions does the change occur? Use your knowledge of US history (or even educated guesses) to explain why the pattern of change looks the way it does. Be specific. Look at specific years.
REGIONAL POPULATION DISTRIBUTION COPY INTO BINDER ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS: What do you notice about the population distribution over the course of 100 years? Which region in the US has seen the most growth? Which has seen the least amount of growth? Why do you think this is? What are some of the push/pull factors that would lead people to move to certain regions? Or leave certain regions?
SUNBELT SHIFT (write down title) *** Number of seats in the House of Representatives is based on population Answer the following questions in your binder: By analyzing the map, list 3 things that changed from 1990 to 2000? In what ways does population have a political impact? What push/pull factors can you think of that explain this demographic shift? What does the title “Sunbelt Shift” mean?
Urban migration in the US copy in binder Answer the following questions in your binder: Define urban, metropolitan, rural, suburban. What has been the trend of migration to/from cities? Why do you think this is the case? What push/pull factors can you think of that would drive Americans into cities? Where has urban growth been concentrated? Why do you think this is the case? What do you notice about the population of the central city over time? Why do you think this pattern may exist?
INTRAREGIONAL MIGRATION write title This shows US intraregional migration in the millions in It excludes the 8.5 million who moved elsewhere in the same city; the 8.7 million who moved within the same suburb; and 3.1 million who moved elsewhere in the same non-metropolitan area. Answer the following questions in your binder: From analyzing this image, list 3 things that you notice about intraregional migration in the US. What is non-metropolitan? What is the biggest migration trend? What is the smallest migration trend? Why do you think intraregional trends look like this in the US?
Interregional migration in the US copy in binder Answer the following questions in your binder: What is interregional migration? What are 3 things that you notice in the migration map of 1995? What do you think could be an explanation for these migration patterns? What are 3 things that you notice in the migration map of 2007? What do you think could be an explanation for these migration patterns? What are 2 differences between migration in 1995 and 2007? What do you think could account for these differences? Think about political, social and economic reasons.
Reflection Think about the maps and use all of the knowledge in your head to answer these questions Why do people move to cities? Why do people move to the suburbs? Why do you think intraregional migration has slowed recently?
1.Jobs/housing/ opportunity/culture, etc. 2.Opportunity to live in a detached house with a private yard 3.Economic Recession
Homework Reflection Have you ever wanted to move? Where do you want to go? What is your push/pull factors? Would your move be interregional or intraregional? Explain your answer.