Warm-Up 8/19/2015 In your vocabulary journals come up with real-life examples and draw pictures for the following words: Scarcity (pg. 16) Literacy Rate (pg. 3) Standard of Living (pg. 2) Natural Resources (pg. 14)
Push & Pull Factors Literacy Rate - Standard of Living - Agriculture - Natural Resources Scarcity Movement & Migration Scarcity Simulation Activity: http://web.centre.edu/econed/Subpages/resource_scarcity_ga me.htm
Agriculture Journal pg. 18 Farming the
science and business of cultivating soil, producing crops, and raising livestock Natural Resources Any
Journal pg. 19 valuable product that comes from nature Examples:
Oil, coal, natural gas Vegetables and fruits Cotton Sheep and cows
Gold and silver Scarcity Journal pg. 20 a
shortage of resources. A problem that happens when people want a lot of something, but there isnt enough. Example: Oil is a nonrenewable resource.
More and more people use oil every day, for many different things. One day, there will no longer be enough oil for everyone on the planet Literacy Rate The
Journal pg. 21 percentage of people (over the age of 15) that can read and write in a country. According to CIA World Factbook online The World average 88.3% male
79.2% female USA = 99% Haiti = 52.9% 83.7%
Standard of Living How Journal pg. 22 wealthy or poor a nation is
Either a high standard of living or low standard of living High = richer Low = poorer Journal pg. 23
Movement and Migration When a group of people or animals moves from one area to another Push Factor
anything place Journal pg. 16 that causes people to move away from a
Pull Factor anything Journal pg. 17 that causes people to move to a place
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