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Published: 07/10/2019
KS3 | Exploring and mapping the world | Geography skills
13 pages

Population in Africa

This resource looks at the population distribution in Africa. Students recap key population terms and use data on African countries population to complete a choropleth map. A written task to describe and give reasons for the distribution shown should be completed. This could be accompanied by a 'what a good one looks like...' task if needed, or this could be used as a support task.            

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Kit Ingoldby
Kit Ingoldby
This isn't actually a choropleth map. It shows total population numbers, not population density.
Posted on 29th June 2020

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