009 - On the move
To what extent have increased global links impacted where people (population) live?
Approaches to Learning
Information literacy skills - Finding, interpreting, judging and creating information - Access information to be informed and inform others.
Through the lesson we will be investigating the key terms above but if you are still unsure of their meaning then the links below will help you.
Activity One - Models
Define the word - migration, emigration and immigration.
Why do people migrate? Draw a diagram to illustrate why people are 'pushed' away from their original homes and are 'pushed' to a host area.
Draw an annotated digram to explain Lee's Model of migration. Use the diagrams below to help you.
What is Ravenstein's Law?
How does Ravenstein's Law explain migration?
Activity Two - Debate
We will all watch the YouTube clip below and you will write down the initial human cost of immigration. This will help to set the scene for Acivity Two. Migration can bring a number of impacts for both the host country and country of origin. Remember 'impact' can be positive and negative points. As a group you will be divided into four teams. Each team will be given a specific perspective on how migration may impact them.
Team 1 - Positives of people migrating from your country or region.
Team 2 - Negatives of people migrating from your country or region.
Team 3 - Positive of people migrating to a host country.
Team 4 - Negatives of people migrating to a host country.
Develop a Google Slide presentation to outline your points of view.
No more than 5-7 minutes long
Use case studies to illustrate your points
Try and use up-to-date examples
Activity Three - Opinion Line
From the presentation and debate information in the previous activity, what is your opinion of migration? A line will be drawn in the classroom and you will asked to stand on it to show how much you agree or disagree with migration. Be prepared to justify your answer!