We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byTyler McDonald
Modified over 3 years ago
Human Geography POPULATIONMIGRATIONECONOMIC SYSTEMS POLITICAL SYSTEMS VOCABULARY GRAB BAG 10 20 30 40 50
The average number of people per square mile or kilometer is called what?
The number of live births each year per 1,000 people is called?
The science that tries to explain how populations change and why population distribution is uneven.
What has increased the worlds food supply?
The way population is spread out over an area is known as what?
People who move from one country to another are called?
This kind of migration forces people to move.
Migration that happens when people are poor and jobs are few.
What was the biggest involuntary migration in United States history called?
The movement of people to cities and the growth of cities is called?
Owners and workers are called?
People who buy and use products are called?
An economic system where the central gov. owns farms factories and offices.
An economic system in which private individuals own most businesses.
Nations with fewer industries and simpler technology are called what?
Organizations that set up and enforce laws are called?
Sets of laws that limit the governments power is called a what?
A region that shares a government is called?
A person that controls an entire country and has absolute power is called?
This is a form of government that is headed by a king or queen?
Governments that are controlled by a few people is called a what?
Areas in the countryside is called?
Areas in cities and nearby towns.
Nations with a lot of industry and modern technolgy
A system in which people make, exchange and use things that have value.
Population. Population- total # of people in an area Population distribution- the way the population is spread out over an area.
Connecting Themes Used in 6 th Grade Social Studies.
Ms. Soles Social Studies Lesson 5 Human Geography Populations.
Unit 4 Visual Vocabulary Gilbert. Population The total number of people who live in a specific place.
Chapter 3, Section 4 Economic and Political Systems.
Pick a country, write down important facts that you know about their culture, climate, religion.
WORLD GEOGRAPHY VOCABULARY UNIT 4 Human Geography.
Chapter 3 Review. Section 1 Population Population - total number of people in an area. –Population is distributed unevenly over Earth’s surface. –Demography.
POPULATION All of the individuals of a species that live together in an area.
Geography of Canada Urban Landscapes. Urban and Rural Landscapes 1.Population Distribution 2.Settlement Patterns 3.Urbanization 4.Urban Hierarchy.
Chapter 3-1 Vocabulary Death Rate – Number of deaths per year out of every 1,000 people Birthrate – Number of children born each year for every 1,000.
Types and levels of Economy Are all countries the same?
World Geography Chapter 3 Population and Culture.
Chapter 4 Section 1. Population Growth 6.2 billion people live on the earth. People live on 30% of the planets land. By 2025 the population should.
Population 10 pts 10 pts 5 pts 5 pts 15 pts 15 pts 20 pts 20 ptsGrowth 5 pts 5 pts 10 pts 10 pts 15 pts 15 pts 20 pts 20 pts 10 pts 10 pts 5 pts 5 pts.
Population and Movement Pgs Population Growth Demographers are scientists that study human populations. They study the rate at which the population.
Population Population Growth In the last half of the twentieth century the world’s population has increased dramatically 1800 – 1 billion 1930 – 2 billion.
CHAPTER 3 POPULATION AND CULTURE. HUMAN GEOGRAPHY Culture -- beliefs and actions that define way of life Culture -- beliefs and actions that define way.
Developed Countries of the world are… industrialized full of modern technology people there live in large towns and cities most people work in service.
Population and Culture. Section 1: Human Geography Geography is also the study of languages, religions, customs, economics, and political systems WHAT.
Chapter 3 Earth’s Human Geography. A. Population 1. Population distribution varies over the entireEarth 2. People move for many reasons a.Look for better.
The Worlds People World Geography. Major Themes Culture Population Government & Economy Global Connections.
II. Population Distribution. A country’s population is the total number of people living within its borders. That number can be very large or very small,
Chapter 3 Vocabulary Mr. Greaser. Death Rate Number of deaths per year out of every 1,000 people.
Unit 1 ‘Basic’ Vocabulary This vocabulary will be on your Unit 1 Test on Friday Study on Quizlet.comStudy on Quizlet.com : “holcombess” Study on.
World Geography Vocabulary Review. The process of spreading new knowledge and skills from one culture to another.
Chapter 3.2 Migration. Why People Migrate 1. People’s movement from one place or region to another is called migration. 2. Immigrants are people who move.
KENYAS POPULATION DISTRIBUTION AIM: To understand how physical geography affects where people live. To find out why people move.
Chapter 4 Section 1 In 1950 New York was the only metropolitan area in the world with a population over 10 million. By 1994, 14 world cities had populations.
Population and Culture Bell Task: Read Ch. 3 Sec. 1 pp
W ORLD P OPULATION D ISTRIBUTION T ODAY ’ S LESSON Title: World population distribution Date:15/10/2015 Aim: To find out about the distribution of people.
Demography - the study of populations: birth & death rates, marriages, families, etc...
The World’s People Chapter 3 Notes Geography Chapter 3 Objectives: After studying this chapter you will be able to: 1. Explain what makes up a people’s.
Population The total number of people in an area.
Chapter 3 Test Review November 23, Part A: Population Growth 1.Birthrate – the average number of births each year per 1,000 population 2.Death Rate.
A) Pipelines to move water from other placesb) Advanced technology to make water c) Ways of life suited to environmentd) The ability to survive without.
Economic and Political Systems Muhammed Yunnus –Professor of economics –Met Sufiya Khatun Made stools –Started Bank loan small amounts to poor Join group.
Migration Immigrants Urbanization Rural Urban The movement of people from one place or region to another People who move into one country from another.
The Industrial Revolution 1750s – 1914 By: Stephen Hong.
CULTURAL CHANGE Acculturation – adapting yourself by taking on the traits of a new culture (music, language, foods, etc.) Diffusion – spread of one culture.
3-3 The Human Geography. Economya system in which people make, exchange, and use things that have value Producersowners and workers Consumerspeople who.
Geojeopardy ch. 4 CulturePopulation Government and Economy Global Connections Leftovers Score Opening.
The Human World. By the end of 2011 we will have 7 BILLION 7 BILLION people on earth -roughly 1 billion every 12 years Latinos are growing in numbers.
Using your m62 template The Industrial Revolution.
Course Instructor: Md Asif Rahman (ASR) Lecturer, Department of Mathematics and Natural Sciences (MNS) University Building 2 (15 th Floor)
7th Grade UBD – Unit 1 – Culture and Geography. Where Do People Live- The world’s population, or total number of people, is spread unevenly over the.
Chapter Intro 2 Section 1: World Population The characteristics and distribution of human populations affect physical and human systems. Population growth.
Industrial Revolution Vocabulary. Agrarian/Agricultural Revolution A period in the early 1700’s when there was an increase in the effectiveness of farming.
Chapter 4 The Human World. Population Growth 6.2 billion people live on Earth. Global population is growing rapidly because birthrates have not declined.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.