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A lesson by Dwight Sutherland Geography teacher For more lessons like this contact Dwight Sutherland on: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com or visit my website www.dwightsutherland.co.uk © Dwight Sutherland 2012
November 27, 2012 Title: What to do about migration? Keywords 1.Migration – The movement of people from one place to live in another. 2.Brain drain – The migration of skilled and educated young workers. 3.Depopulation – The lowering of the population of an area. Learning focus: 1.To explain solutions for problems caused by migration. To explain strategies used to manage migration. © Dwight Sutherland 2012
Starter TASK: In groups discuss and list the main problems of migration. (NOTE: Problems can be linked to home or host country). © Dwight Sutherland 2012 Cultural differences Competition for jobs Brain drain Depopulation Problems caused by migration Population decrease Population increase Losing skilled workers Conflict between locals and migrants Overcrowding in host country Building more homes in host country Migrants willing to work for low wages which causes locals to lose jobs
These are some solutions to problems caused by migration. Think! How would they help to lessen the problems of migration? TASK: Label these as either ‘solutions for host or home country’. 1.Improve training of local workers so migrants are not needed. 2.Set quotas (limits) for how many migrants can come into the country. For example UK. 3.Use point based system to recruit migrants. The migrants who score the most point on their application will be allowed to come into the country. For example Australia. 4.Set specific requirements for immigrant. 5.Only send migrants to cities, towns which can accommodate them and where they are needed. 6.Give money to home countries so they can improve industries. 7.Bond university students to work in their home country for set number of years. 8.Raise the cost of visa application for entering the country. For example the UK. 9.Give grants to migrants to return home. 10.Teach locals and migrants about each other’s cultures. 11.Enforce laws to protect migrants. © Dwight Sutherland 2012 HOST HOME
TASK: Match the solution(s) to each problem of migration. Say how the solution can help to manage (lessen the problem) of migration. (2 marks for each solution explained.) PROBLEMSOLUTIONREASON IT WILL HELP One problem is …The solution for this is …This will help because … © Dwight Sutherland 2012
TASK: Match the solution(s) to each problem of migration. Say how the solution can help to manage (lessen the problem) of migration. (2 marks for each solution explained.) © Dwight Sutherland 2012 One problem is cultural differences between immigrants and locals in host country. A solution to this problem is to teach locals and migrants about each other’s cultures. This will lessen misunderstanding. One problem is locals losing jobs to immigrants in host country. A solution to this problem is to set immigration quota. This will control the numbers that come into the country. One problem is home countries lose skilled workers (brain drain). A solution to this problem is to bond university students. This will prevent skilled workers from leaving their home country. One problem is home countries become depopulated. A solution to this problem is to give aid money to home countries so they can improve industries. This will improve conditions in home countries and reduce the number of people wanting to migrate.
Peer review: Check your peer’s solutions against the criteria below. Is the solution linked to the problem? Is the solution viable (can it work)? Does the solution show respect for the people involved? © Dwight Sutherland 2012
Exam questions (Taken from Edexcel 2010 paper) Explain why governments may wish to control the number of migrants entering their country. (2 marks) © Dwight Sutherland 2012 Governments want to control migration because too many migrants can lead to religious or racial tensions between migrants and locals which can spill over into conflicts. Reason (POINT) Effect (EXPLANATION LINK WITH QUESTION
Describe the tensions that can arise from different migration policies. (4 marks) Exam questions (Taken from Edexcel 2010 paper) © Dwight Sutherland 2012 Migration creates tensions between locals losing jobs but the country getting skilled workers. Another tension is that migrants add to the cultural diversity but migration can also lead to racial problems. Also migrants start businesses and help the economy. However, more migrants mean more money has to be spent on schools, health centres etc. POINT EXPLANATION LINK WITH QUESTION
Extension TASK: Pick a few words and explain their meaning. Migration Immigration Emigration In-migration Out-migration Internal migration Net migration Illegal migration Forced migration © Dwight Sutherland 2012
© Dwight Sutherland Geography teacher I have a bank of geography lessons for learners year 7 up year 13. If you would like copies of lessons like this one please contact Dwight Sutherland on: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com or visit my website www.dwightsutherland.co.uk © Dwight Sutherland 2012
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