Here are charts for students to research and log data on population change for a selection of 30 countries - and compare the change with world population growth.
Students use their data to create a graph displaying their researched facts. Student directions are on each chart.
There are four charts - two for each of the hemispheres - Eastern and Western:
- One for each hemisphere asks students to graph population numbers
- One for each hemisphere asks students to graph percentage of population change
A key is provided for the charts.
There is also a work sheet for students to use to answer basic questions about the graphs they created.
Teacher directions included.
Usable in environmental science, geography, and history classes.