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Warm-Up Answer the following questions in the notes section of your notebook. 1.What is population density? 2.How does population density differ from population? 3.What factors influence where people choose to live? 4.Why do people choose to move to the city?
Urban Centers - Vocabulary Suburbs Metropolitan region Squatter settlement/shanty town Infrastructure
Structure of a City Central Business District Residential Suburbs Squatter Settlements
Writing Samples Process by which city’s grow by 100,000 people a year. Urbanization overall has a negative affect on people. Lack of supplies, and negative population affecting the people. Urbanization is the process by which cities grow. Many people choose to move to the city for job opportunities and access to services. However, urbanization overall has a negative effect on people. When the city grows at too quickly of a rate, there can be lack of supplies, as well as pollution, which affects the people.
Writing Samples Urbanization is the process in which cities grow larger. Urbanization can cause harm to people in an urban area. No housing, lack of food, and crime can be very harmful effects of urbanization.
Writing Samples Urbanization makes a city grow and may be important to it but what about the residents that have lived there before? Negative impact. Less jobs and transportation would be some of the problems caused by urbanization. Urbanization is the growth of cities and can be a concern to the residents who live there. However, urbanization can have a negative impact on urban residents. Less jobs and inadequate transportation are just some of the problems caused by urbanization.
APUSH Quiz Define the economic theory of mercantilism. Explain what role colonies play in mercantilism.
1.Please pick up a handout and a workbook. 2.Warm-Up Study the information on the handout and then rank the countries from 1 to 3, with 1 being the most developed and three being the least developed.
Levels of Development Vocabulary 1.Human Development Index 2.more developed nations 3.less developed nations 4.newly industrialized/emerging economies 5.gross domestic product (GDP) 6.per capita GDP 7.standard of living 8.life expectancy 9.literacy rate 10.infant mortality rate