If you are just getting started with population pyramids and want to give your students a lecture or worksheet on the basics, I have a worksheet with basic explanation and the famous 1996 Population Pyramid of Germany that illustrates the historical effects of economic, political, andsocial occurrences throughout the 20th Century. Kids can fill out the lecture notes and diagram as you explain it with the provided answer key.
Purpose: To show students the historical demographic impacts caused by economic, social, and political causes.
Hand out the blank population pyramid worksheet and have students complete it with your guided lecture.
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Relevant Terms: AP Human Geography, Demographic Transition Model, DTM, demography, demographics, population statistics, Warren Thompson, AP Human Geography, AP Environmental Science, Population, Migration, Epidemiologic Transition, Population Pyramid, Age-Sex Chart, LDC, MDC, Biology