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Procedure referenced with the Lesson PPT, 1 Slides 1 4 Teacher Information Before beginning lesson an optional Pretest is provided. 2 Slide 6 shows an overlay of US on China to compare size latitude and position on. 3 Discuss Analogous Climates Slides 7 9 Give students Worksheet 1 Slide 10 and. explain activity Show slide 11 to identify locations of US Cities Slides 12 15 are. answers and discussions of worksheet, 4 Ask students to think of two major differences in the geography of US and China Slide. 16 After some predictions and guesses show slides 17 20 to discuss these differences. no west coast no Great Lakes Slide 21 shows the river systems of China all sourced. in the highlands in the West, 5 Topography and precipitation patterns are shown on slides 22 23. a Comparison Questions, i Does China have more or less land over a mile high than the US. ii How does China s pattern of precipitation compare to that of the US. b Transition question Describe the topography of China from west to east. c Region or Pattern question How can you explain the pattern of precipitation in. southwest China, Slide 24 shows both precipitation and topography Pose the question about where.
China s population might be Slide 25, 6 Scaffolding Population Vocabulary Slides 26 35 are a review of the definitions of. population population density and population distribution. 7 Where do you think China s population is and why Slide 36. a Give students the blank map of China and the directions to shade areas where they. think the population might be heaviest Slide 37 Students should write. geographic reasons for their predictions Slide 38 might be shown to help review. the geography of China, b Slides 39 43 can be used to discuss answers Where do most people live. c Students then should be able to write a paragraph which describes the population. distribution of China Slide 44, d Some optional population activities are provided from the Big Ideas Unit see. extensions, 8 Remind students that China has 4 times as many people as the United States In groups. discuss some consequences of large population, a Assign T Chart and have students write advantages and disadvantages Slide 47.
b Discuss answers and share some additional information Slide 48 and Teacher. 9 Optional administer posttest, Michigan Geographic Alliance Population in China 2015. Extensions, Use population activities available in the Population in China Unit from the Big Ideas. resources on the website Three are included here,Have students research the questions on Slide 48. o What are some limits on population, o How has China dealt with large dense populations. Assessment Options,Descriptions of China s Population Distribution.
Consequences of High Population T Chart,Results of the Posttest. Essay Choose one of the consequences and explain how it applies to China with. examples The last paragraph should include a comparison of that consequence as it is. evident in the United States, Michigan Geographic Alliance Population in China 2015. Pretest Posttest,Using Big Ideas to teach Using Big Ideas to teach. Population in China Population in China, 1 China has times as many people as 1 China has times as many people as. the US the US,a 2 times a 2 times,b 4 times b 4 times.
c 6 times c 6 times,d 10 times d 10 times, 2 Land area of China compared to the US 2 Land area of China compared to the US. a Much less a Much less,b About the same b About the same. c Much more c Much more, 3 Manchuria China s northlands is 3 Manchuria China s northlands is. than Michigan or than Michigan or,Ontario Ontario,a Wetter and colder a Wetter and colder. b Wetter and warmer b Wetter and warmer,c Drier and colder c Drier and colder.
d Drier and warmer d Drier and warmer, 4 The capital cities Washington DC and 4 The capital cities Washington DC and. Beijing have climates that are Beijing have climates that are. a Very similar a Very similar,b Very different b Very different. 5 The land area of China extends 5 The land area of China extends. a Farther south than the US a Farther south than the US. b Farther south and west than b Farther south and west than. the US the US, c Farther south west and north c Farther south west and north. than the US than the US, 6 One positive consequence of a large 6 One positive consequence of a large. population population, 7 One negative consequence of a large 7 One negative consequence of a large.
population population, Michigan Geographic Alliance Population in China 2015. Which city,Student Worksheet 1,in China is,analogous to. Washington DC,Population in China,Pittsburgh,Michigan Geographic Alliance. 40 N 120 W,Student Worksheet 2, Michigan Geographic Alliance Population in China 2015. Student Worksheet 3,Consequences,of a large dense population.
ADVANTAGES DISADVANTAGES, Michigan Geographic Alliance Population in China 2015. Michigan Geographic Alliance Population in China 2015. Michigan Geographic Alliance Population in China 2015. Michigan Geographic Alliance Population in China 2015. Teacher Notes, Consequence Large populations can produce more than small populations. Two people can produce twice as much as one Actually two people working together can. usually produce more than twice as much as one, This extra production is possible for at least three reasons. 1 Some parts of a job might require more strength than one person has For example two. people can carry a box that one person might not be able to lift. 2 Some jobs require several different skills or tools When two people work together each. one can do the part of the job they do best One can make pizza while the other waits on. the customers, 3 Some jobs require people to be in different places at the same time For example one. person can hold one end of a long board in place while the other person nails the other. end into place One person can fix a wire that was broken in a storm while another. person waits in an office ten miles away to push a button and test the connection. These three reasons become even more important with a really big project like making a. movie giving a concert or building a pyramid These projects might require hundreds or. thousands of people doing dozens of different jobs with different tools in different places. Examples in China include the building of the Grand Canal the Great Wall and a system of interstate. highways to cover the country, Consequence A large population well organized is usually able to defend against attack.
The nomads often formed raiding groups that attacked the towns near the edge of the Chinese. homeland At first the Chinese people tried to defend their towns Then they tried sending. armies across the border to attack the nomads Neither strategy was very successful. Individual towns did not have enough soldiers to defend against a large attack When farmers. got together to form an army to attack the nomads they were too slow to catch the enemy. warriors on horseback, In time Chinese leaders decided to build a wall along the northern border The wall was 15 30. feet high with a road on top As part of the wall they built small forts where soldiers could be. lookouts These forts were close enough to each other that they could signal for help during an. Building the Great Wall was a huge job It also cost a lot to pay soldiers to defend it Chinese. rulers thought it was worth doing because the wall was less costly than letting the nomads. steal things and kill people The Wall is also proof that millions of people can build things that. are impossible in an area with fewer people, Consequence Large populations are likely to have plenty of smart people to invent things. If you shuffle a deck of cards and draw one card out there is only a small probability that you. will be lucky enough to get an ace If you take twenty cards out however you have a much. Michigan Geographic Alliance Population in China 2015. better chance of getting an ace In fact you should be surprised if you didn t get at least one. A large population has a greater probability of having many creative people who are able to. invent new things But that is not the whole story A large and well organized population can. also have many ways to help creative people For example it may have people who specialize in. technical education These teachers can help creative people get the skills needed to develop. their inventions, It is not surprising therefore to see that many of the important inventions in history came. from China, Consequence A large population is likely to trade with other people who want their. Chinese people started long distance trading many thousands of years ago By the time of the. Han Dynasty 2000 years ago Chinese people had trading networks that stretched all the way. to Europe and Africa Part of this long distance trade route is called the Silk Road because silk. from China was one of the products that people in Rome and Egypt wanted to buy. Conditions are different in different parts of this long road. Some places are really dry with sandstorms rather than rain Food and water are hard to. Some places have forests with tall trees that shade the ground. In other places the road goes over high mountains The trails went through low passes. between the peaks In Central Asia however the passes are more than 12 000 feet above. sea level In other words the gaps between the mountains in Asia are higher than most of. the mountain peaks in the United States As a result this part of the Silk Road was really. These conditions require different clothing and travel equipment A single trader rarely went. very far along the Silk Road It was just too hard to carry all of the clothing and other supplies. that you needed to survive in many different kinds of environments Traders would go a short. distance then trade with people who did the next part of the road and so on. Consequence A large population is more likely to develop diseases that spread rapidly. Most human diseases are caused by tiny bacteria or viruses that get into a body and cause. Question What is the geography part of this story, Answer Places with many people can develop more new kinds of bacteria and viruses.
This is just another example of the same principle that we described earlier Remember if. you take one card out of a deck you have little chance of getting an ace take 20 cards and you. are almost certain to get one In a small population a new disease might appear only once in a. hundred years or so In a large population a new disease might occur every few months And. in a high density population disease can spread more easily and have disastrous consequences. Michigan Geographic Alliance Population in China 2015. Consequence Population density has a complex influence on things like freedom crime and. human rights, If I am all alone in the middle of a square mile I am free to do just about anything I want I can. play my trombone at midnight I can run around naked or cook a garlic and curry pizza over an. None of that is allowed in the part of New York City where I am writing this chapter The city. has many rules about things like noise clothing or air quality In short the simple fact that New. York has a high population density also has a strong effect on the meaning of the word. At one level it is simple more people automatically mean less freedom for each individual. 1 How crowded should an area be before people pass a law making it illegal to play a radio. as loud as you want to, 2 How many people have to be walking on a sidewalk before it makes sense to ban. skateboards, China has four times as many people as the United States but it has only half as much good. land for growing food or building houses As a result the livable part of China on average is. about eight times as crowded as the United States This is certain to have an influence on the. amount of personal freedom individual people have, Consequence A large population has more impacts on the environment. There are many things that are OK if only a few people do it but they become a problem if. many people do it, A few billboards next to a highway can attract attention and get their message across but.
hundreds of billboards can create such a visual mess that none of them gets noticed. A few cabins on a lake can dump sewage directly into the water without much harm but. hundreds of cabins can add enough pollution to kill fish and promote a green scum of. algae on the water, Because China has so many people air pollution has been called an abuse of the commons It. causes thousands of deaths every year Many more people have lung diseases caused by. pollution Like disease pollution is more likely to start in crowded places and then spread all. around the world, Michigan Geographic Alliance Population in China 2015. Michigan Geographic Alliance Population in China 2015 Population in China Authors Cindy Bloom Marty Mater Overview Students will compare the geography of China to the United States and determine factors influencing the distribution of population The consequences of high density population will be discussed Essential Questions

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