Vocabulary Exploration<br />What is population?<br />
Population<br />the number of people in a country or region <br />
Census<br />an official count of population <br />
Carrying Capacity <br />the number of people who can be supported at a sustainable level in an area with given resources a...
Birth Rate <br />the yearly number of births per 1,000 people <br />
Infant Mortality <br />the annual number of deaths to infants under one year of age per 1,000 live births given in a year<...
Death Rate <br />the yearly number of deaths per 1,000 people <br />
Life Expectancy <br />the average number of years someone is expected to live based on current health trends<br />
Exponential Growth <br />a growth pattern in which numbers double (multiplied by 2)<br />
Zero Population Growth <br />when a population is stable, neither growing nor decreasing – Globally, this would occur when...
More Developed Countries <br />Countries with greater overall wealth. These countries tend to be more industrialized, brin...
Less Developed Countries <br />poorer countries that do not manufacture as many of their goods as more developed countries...
Sanitation<br />the prevention of disease and promotion of good hygiene by maintaining clean conditions and safe drinking ...
Modern Medicine <br />the art and science of healing<br />
Standard of Living <br />how well off a person or country is<br />
Migration<br />the movement of humans from one location to another <br />
Population Density <br />the concentration of people within a specific portion of a defined area<br />
Literacy Rate <br />the number of people in a country who can read and write.<br />
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Population vocabulary presentation

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  • 1. Vocabulary Exploration<br />What is population?<br />
  • 2. Population<br />the number of people in a country or region <br />
  • 3. Census<br />an official count of population <br />
  • 4. Carrying Capacity <br />the number of people who can be supported at a sustainable level in an area with given resources and technology <br />
  • 5. Birth Rate <br />the yearly number of births per 1,000 people <br />
  • 6. Infant Mortality <br />the annual number of deaths to infants under one year of age per 1,000 live births given in a year<br />
  • 7. Death Rate <br />the yearly number of deaths per 1,000 people <br />
  • 8. Life Expectancy <br />the average number of years someone is expected to live based on current health trends<br />
  • 9. Exponential Growth <br />a growth pattern in which numbers double (multiplied by 2)<br />
  • 10. Zero Population Growth <br />when a population is stable, neither growing nor decreasing – Globally, this would occur when the birth rate and death rate are the same<br />
  • 11. More Developed Countries <br />Countries with greater overall wealth. These countries tend to be more industrialized, bringing in money from producing goods and services. <br />
  • 12. Less Developed Countries <br />poorer countries that do not manufacture as many of their goods as more developed countries <br />
  • 13. Sanitation<br />the prevention of disease and promotion of good hygiene by maintaining clean conditions and safe drinking water <br />
  • 14. Modern Medicine <br />the art and science of healing<br />
  • 15. Standard of Living <br />how well off a person or country is<br />
  • 16. Migration<br />the movement of humans from one location to another <br />
  • 17. Population Density <br />the concentration of people within a specific portion of a defined area<br />
  • 18. Literacy Rate <br />the number of people in a country who can read and write.<br />