Units 2 Q+A Review FRQ
Answered question from Units 1-3 and practice FRQs.
Unit 2A: Population Review
A review of content from unit 2 of AP HuG focusing on population!
Unit 2 MCQ Content Review: Population Composition
An overview of unit 2 along with some MCQ practice; Key Topics: 2.1-2.3, 2.7
Unit 2 Review (Population & Migrations)
We will calculate the different population densities and discuss how population densities effect political economy and social processes.
2.0 Unit 2 Overview: Population and Migration Patterns and Processes
Annotating Tips for AP HuG Success
Review and practice what to look for when annotating, and how to use it to gain a deeper understanding of the various text you read in AP HuG class.
Women and Demographic Change
Review how the evolving role of females has demographic significances in various regions of the world.
Review the intent and effects of various population and immigration policies have on population size and composition.
Population and Migration Key Concepts
Vocabulary Review of key Population and Migration concepts.
Changes in population are due to mortality, fertility, and migration, which are influenced by the interplay of environmental, economic, cultural , and political factors. This stream will explore the Who, What, When, Where and Why of Thomas Malthus. Take a look at the arguments for and against Malthus's theory. Walk away from this stream with the ability to analyze population change, its consequences and the relevance of Malthus's theory in the 21st Century.
Decoding Population Pyramids
Take a deep dive into population pyramids. Learn the various features of a population pyramid and how to use the features to decode population pyramids. Take a look at the patterns of age structure and sex ratios and how they vary across various regions and at various scales. Further, review how population pyramids are used to evaluate population growth and decline and to forecast markets for goods and services.
Causes of Migration
Migrations can be explained through push factors, or why people leave a place, and pull factors, or why they go to a place. There are several economic, social, political, and environmental push and pull factors that we discuss in this review. We will also discuss
Deconstructing the DTM
Walk through the stages of the Demographic Transition Model (DTM).
Migrations can be explained through push factors, or why people leave a place, and pull factors, or why they go to a place. There are several economic, social, political, and environmental push and pull factors that we discuss in this review
Population Growth & Decline
In this review, we’ll discuss the factors that lead to the changes in population and the effects of these transitions. In addition, we look at a specific case study for each stage to review examples and consider cause and effect for each stage.
In this review, we’ll practice understanding and analyzing different population pyramids
2.2 Consequences of Population Distribution
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