Population – why people live where they do

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Title of Resource

Population – why people live where they do

Identifier

FP_0067

Main Topic

Climate systems and extreme weather impact
Soil and food security
Displacement and Refugees

TypeofFocus

General focus (e.g., if the resource covers several topics)

Format

Collection of worksheets

License

Audience Education Level

Teacher educators & curriculum advisors (teacher pd)
Learners grades 4-6

Resource URL

Type

text

countryOfOrigin

South Africa

Publication Continent

Africa

Competency

Science Approaches

Learning Approaches

Inquiry-based learning (active learning that starts by posing questions, problems or scenarios)

Includes References

No

Suggested Usefulness

Indigenous Voice

Yes. Cultural heritage practices, Local context, Indigenous knowledge systems

Women and Children Agency

No

Social Inclusion

Yes. Discussion on population distribution around the world.

Entrepreneurial Opportunities

No

Sustainable Development Goal

SDG 6 - Clean Water & Sanitation
SDG 10 - Reduced Inequalities
SDG 11 - Sustainable Cities & Communities
SDG 13 - Climate Action
SDG 15 - Life on Land

Normative Competency Areas

Cultural diversity

Anticipatory Skills Competency Areas

Human rights

Intrapersonal Competency Areas

Global citizenship

Abstract

Universal responsibility - (sense of global responsibility)
Earth love - (respect Earth and life in all its diversity)
Earth limits - (focuses on respecting planetary boundaries of Earth)

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