Download the GCSE Geography Population Studies: Population Dynamics Resources module
This module contains:
- An editable PowerPoint lesson presentation
- Editable revision handouts
- A glossary which covers the key terminologies of the module
- Topic mindmaps for visualising the key concepts
- Printable flashcards to help students engage active recall
- A quiz with answer key to test knowledge and understanding of the module
Population Studies: Population Dynamics
Demographers have estimated that the world’s population reached one billion during the 1800s. In the next page, the graph shows the number of years it took before each subsequent billion was reached. Based on the said graph, there is a decreasing trend in terms of the time taken for the population to reach the billionth mark. At present, we are at the seven billion mark - which was reached in 2011. It is projected that by the year 2023, the Earth will be inhabited by eight billion people.
This GCSE Population Studies module introduces population dynamics to your students, explaining:
- What are the causes of rapid increase in the world’s population?
- What are the causes and consequences of overpopulation and underpopulation?
- What caused the population size to change?
- Which countries are experiencing rising population growth?
- To what extent population policies are effective in managing a country’s population?