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Constructing and Interpreting Population Pyramids - Introductory Activity
In this activity, students learn how to construct and interpret population pyramids.
Students use two sets of data to plot two different population pyramids. Students then must decide, based on what they know, which pyramid belongs to the United Kingdom and which one to India.
Students are expected to justify their answers by using the phrases provided within the table to annotate their respective population pyramids.
Letter and A4 size graph paper included.
Note: This activity is part of my Population Dynamics Unit - the scope and sequence plans of this unit and associated formative and summative tasks are also available. See below.