YEAR NINE
KING EDWARD VI CAMP HILL SCHOOL FOR BOYS GEOGRAPHY DEPARTMENT SCHEME OF WORK YEAR 9 (2000)
SUMMER TERM

UNIT FIVE - WORLD DEVELOPMENT
1. Where do people live ?What is the relationship between Population Growth and Development ? - Atlas work as introduction to looking at different parts of the world. Complete Activity Sheet "Where in the World ?". - In class discussion explore: (a) Why are population figures for World Cities only estimates ? (b) How many people are in more developed countries ? - Distribute N.C. Map F - learning homework.
2. What is the relationship between Population Growth and Development ? - Interactions page 84-5. - Discuss the three types of density region. - Pupils to define the terms: Population Density, Development, Resource. - Exercise Q1 oral. Q2 & 4 written (Q4 gives opportunity for extended writing - consider effect on individual pupil, their family and the country as a whole). - Video 91 (C) - Baby Boom (Geography Collection). Pupils to make structured notes on: (a) Malthusian Dilemma. (b) Mauritius and its response to growing population. (c) China's Child. - Answer Q3 page 85.
3. What is development ? - Interactions pages 86-7. - Continue the idea that development is a subjective term. Groups list and then report indicators of development. - Is high population density a good indicator ? Mention GDP, quality of life, Education, Health Indices etc in LDC's and MDC's. - Do Activity Sheet 6.2 for homework (question 3 allows opportunity for extended writing/quality of expression and use of examples).
4.- Assessment 9.5 World Map Test (in file).
5 Can development levels be related to employment structures ? - Introduce Employment Structures. - Define the terms: Employment Structure, Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Employment types (pupils to provide examples). Could extend to Quaternary Employment ? - Complete skills sheet on employment structures and attempt exercises 2,3 and 4 page 87. - Class survey to illustrate MDC and Birmingham Economic Structures, emphasise also changes through time
6. How does trade affect levels of development ? - Interactions pages 88-9. - Discuss the importance of trade. Emphasise volume/value/price fluctuations/limited range of Primary Goods compared to Manufacturing Goods in LDCs. - Discuss Vicious Circle, Benign Circle. Attempt exercises 1, 2. Draw flow diagram in Q3 as a vicious circle. - Complete exercise World/UK Trade, Trade Exercise and Changes in Britain's Trade (opportunity for extended writing.) - Activity Sheet 6.4 and information sheet/exercise on Trading Blocs as optional extensions. - Video 3: Primary Products in Ghana - pupils to make structured notes. - Discuss problems and possible solutions for Ghana (write election manifesto/speech for new government ?). - Show diagram (OHP) and explain the concept of economic interdependence. - Double period required (pupils to organise equipment) for Trade Simulation
7. Aid - how the rich can help the poor ! - Interactions pages 90-1. - Discuss different types of aid. give out information sheet. - Attempt exercise 1 (oral) and 2. - Attempt Activity Sheet 6.5 as a group activity. Groups organise a response to each heading then report back to class. - Video: A Question of Aid (compares aid effectiveness in Kerala and Bangladesh). Pupils to make structures notes in response to the following questions: (a) Who gives the aid ? (b) Who receives it ? (c) What is the money spent on ? (d) What problems does this present ? -
8 Should we give aid ? Interactions page 92-3. Discuss the problems involved ? Pupils to answer exercise 1 (a) to write out the statements, (b) asterisk relevant statements, and (c). Attempt exercise 2 in pairs (they should bring in a dice). Homework - Assessment 6.4. Unit five EXTENSIONS Development Chapter 8 p.76 How can differences in world development be recognised? P.78 How do differences in development affect quality of life? P.80 World citizenship - how can the fortunate help the less fortunate.? P.82 How does the interdependence of countries affect development? www.thornes.co.uk/html/keygeog/index.html see also separate GCSE webliography.
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