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AP Human Geography Week #29 Spring 2015. AP Human Geography 3/30/15 OBJECTIVE: Examine the religious divide in Northern Ireland.

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1 AP Human Geography Week #29 Spring 2015

2 AP Human Geography 3/30/15 OBJECTIVE: Examine the religious divide in Northern Ireland. APHugIV.C.5 Language objective: Write about civil rights. I. Administrative Stuff -attendance II. Film: Bloody Sunday Day#1 -notes on Northern Ireland NOTICE: Ch#12 Test RESCHEDULED Wed April 1 st Notice: 45 Days until the AP Test May 15 th

3 Homework Study for the Ch#12 Test. Ch#12 Test is on Wednesday April 1 st Journals Due on Thursday April 2 nd

4 AP Human Geography 3/31/15 OBJECTIVE: Examine the religious divide in Northern Ireland. APHugIV.C.5 Language objective: Write about civil rights. I. Administrative Stuff -attendance II. Film: Bloody Sunday Day#2 -notes on Northern Ireland Notice: Ch#12 Test TOMORROW! Wed April 1 st Notice: Journals Due Thursday! Notice: 44 Days until the AP Test May 15 th

5 Homework Study for the Ch#12 Test. Ch#12 Test is TOMORROW! Journals Due on Thursday April 2 nd

6 AP Human Geography 4/1/15 OBJECTIVE: Demonstrate mastery of Chapter#12 – Industry & Services. APHugVI.A.2 Language objective: Write about industry and development. I. Administrative Stuff -attendance II. Chapter#12 Test III. Journal#82 -notes on globalization Homework: Read p Notice: Journals Due TOMORROW! Notice: 43 Days until the AP Test May 15 th

7 Global Economics Enormous gaps between the rich and poor countries of the world- 25,000 die of hunger each day (most under 5). Some states are still subsistence based while others have moved beyond manufacturing to tertiary economies. Even within the wealthy or First World nations there are often areas of economic disparity within regions

8 Measuring Development Gross National Product (GNP) Measure of the total value of the officially recorded goods and services produced by the citizens and corporations of a country in a given year. Includes things produced inside and outside a country’s territory. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Measure of the total value of the officially recorded goods and services produced by the citizens and corporations of a country in a given year. Gross National Income (GNI) Measure of the monetary worth of what is produced within a country plus income received from investments outside the country. ** Most common measurement used today.

9 Concepts & Approaches Gross National Product-all goods & services produced by the economy per year both inside & outside the nation Gross Domestic Product-all goods & services produced by the economy per year with in the nation GNP or GDP does not reflect regional variations-it also doesn’t count the informal economy-black market, illegal drug trade & underground economy Developed Countries-(DCs) have high levels of industrialization, urbanization & standard of living Underdeveloped (UDCs) or Developing Countries are moving toward developed status-not as highly industrialized or urbanized with a lower standard of living

10 Measures of Development National Product per person-the total income divided by total population- Core (developed) about $25,000 while Periphery (developing) as low as $100. Occupational Structure of the Labor Force-% of workers in each section- high number in agriculture signals low development Consumption of Energy per Person- the greater the use of electricity-the higher the development Productivity per Worker-production of all goods divided by the total labor force

11 Measures of Development Transportation & Communication per person-railroad, road miles and airline connections per person as well as telephone, radio, television or computers per person. Consumption of Manufactured Metal per Person-the greater the amount of steel, iron, copper, aluminum etc. used per person Other Rates- –Literacy –Caloric intake –% of income spent on food –Amount of savings per person

12 Homework Read p Begin working on Chapter#10 Guided Reading. Journals Due TOMORROW!


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