If you are eager to show kids how social, political, and economic factors play a role in the demographics of a country, particularly to contrast lesser developed and more developed countries, look no further.
There are 16 pages of guided lecture notes and blank worksheets for you and your students to work with.
There are general population pyramid scenarios for LDCs (rural and urban included), MDCs (rural and urban included). There are blank callout box worksheets for students to fill in reasons for population bumps and dips.
There are also worksheets with all three LDC and MDC population pyramids on one page, respectively.
Hand out the blank population pyramid worksheets for LDC and MDCs and have students complete it with your guided lectures. Or, have students hypothesize the causes for the bumps and dips that they see in the pyramids.
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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