8 1 Population Growth Ms Blalock Ms Hartsell

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8. 1 Population Growth Ms. Blalock, Ms. Hartsell and Mr. Luckman

8. 1 Population Growth Ms. Blalock, Ms. Hartsell and Mr. Luckman

Do Now (3 minutes) • Should there be a limit to how many children

Do Now (3 minutes) • Should there be a limit to how many children a woman can have? • Think back to the article that talked about women in Nigeria who had up to 12 kids.

AIM and Agenda • AIM: How can population growth impact both you and the

AIM and Agenda • AIM: How can population growth impact both you and the environment negatively? • • Agenda 1. Do Now 2. Hook: video 3. INM: Introduction to Human Population Growth 4. Activity 1: Causes of Population Growth 5. Activity 2: Consequences 6. Activity 3: Solutions 7. Exit Ticket

Hook: Video (5 min) • Directions: Silently watch the following video and respond to

Hook: Video (5 min) • Directions: Silently watch the following video and respond to the question below. • What are two interesting facts that you learned from the video? • http: //video. nationalgeographic. com/video/n ews/7 -billion/ngm-7 billion

Think, Pair, Share (3 min) • How could this continuous increase of the human

Think, Pair, Share (3 min) • How could this continuous increase of the human population be negative on the environment?

Unit 8: Human Impact (2 min) • Questions to think about as we explore

Unit 8: Human Impact (2 min) • Questions to think about as we explore this unit: • 1. Is the damage done to our planet irreversible? • 2. How do you negatively and positively affect the environment? • 3. Is it our duty to preserve the environment for the next generation?

Terms to Know • Exponential: very fast, rapid increase • Finite: having limits or

Terms to Know • Exponential: very fast, rapid increase • Finite: having limits or bounds • Deplete: use up resources; decrease in number

INM: Human Population Growth (3 -5 min) • Since the 1800’s the human population

INM: Human Population Growth (3 -5 min) • Since the 1800’s the human population has been exponentially increasing – Meaning that the human population has been increasing rapidly • • • 1800: 1 billion 1927: 2 billion 1960: 3 billion 1974: 4 billion 1987: 5 billion 1999: 6 billion

Make a prediction… • What do you think the population will be in 2050?

Make a prediction… • What do you think the population will be in 2050?

Make a prediction… • What do you think the population will be in 2050?

Make a prediction… • What do you think the population will be in 2050? 9 billion

Graph: Human Population

Graph: Human Population

Graph: Human Population Growth

Graph: Human Population Growth

Activity 1: Causes • Directions: Using the information from the Power. Point, respond to

Activity 1: Causes • Directions: Using the information from the Power. Point, respond to the questions concerning the causes of human population growth. fordhamarts. com Unit 8 Human Impact 8 -1 Activity 1: Causes • You will have 8 -10 minutes.

Activity 2: Negative Impacts • Directions: Using the information from the Power. Point, respond

Activity 2: Negative Impacts • Directions: Using the information from the Power. Point, respond to the questions concerning the negative impacts of human population growth. fordhamarts. com Unit 8 Human Impact 8. 1 Activity 2: Consequences • You will have 8 -10 minutes

Activity 3: Solutions (15 minutes) • Directions: Read the following article about the “One

Activity 3: Solutions (15 minutes) • Directions: Read the following article about the “One Child Policy” in China and respond to the following question. • You will have 15 minutes

Discussion • Speaker’s List 1. 2. 3. 4.

Discussion • Speaker’s List 1. 2. 3. 4.

Exit Ticket

Exit Ticket