Population Lesson Plans for NCERT Science and Geography is a set of lesson plans for teachers in...
Screenshot of video lesson plan "Demographically Divided World" with examples with countries in different DTM Stages
In small groups, students explore changes in regional fertility rates and life expectancy trends over time and...
Screenshot of video lesson plan "Like Oil and Water" showing an oily feather being cleaned by a toothbrush
Students use the engineering design process to create and test prototypes for cleaning up oil spills and...
Poster thumbnail showing infographics of environmental and social issues in the modern world
Through collaborative analysis of visual data (infographics) found on the A Quick Trip to 7.6 Billion poster,...
Poster thumbnail showing timeline of milestones that impacted global population numbers
Students analyze the timeline on the A Quick Trip to 7.6 Billion poster to answer questions and complete...
Screenshot of video lesson plan "Where Do We Grow From Here?" showing historical population growth on different continents
Students discuss the UN’s population projections to explore how small changes in the fertility rate can produce significantly different...
Screenshot of video lesson plan "Water, Water Everywhere" showing distribution of world's water between oceans, polar ice, and other reservoirs
Students observe a brief demonstration on the distribution of the world’s water and then calculate how much...
Screenshot of video lesson plan "Unfair Race" showing socioeconomic conditions in different countries
Representing different countries, students step forward or backward based on social and economic conditions in their borders,...
Screenshot of video lesson plan "The Peopling of Our Planet" showing an example of a population pyramid
Students watch the video “World Population” and participate in guided exploration of an online timeline to explore...

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