Vicent Viel has been talking to you about migration and we read an article in El País about this topic last week. Rocío María Cerdán, a student from 1ESO E, found this great interactive map. In order to understand migration flows, it might be helpful to know some data that can explain why people migrate: social indicators, economy and population provide answers to understand migration flows. You just need a click with the mouse and facts and figures appear in this map.
Check if you understand the aspects that are analysed in social indicators
and in population
HOMEWORK: TUESDAY 4TH OCTOBER. Now take two countries, a developing one and a rich developed one. Use the interactive map and compare data. Write your answers in your notebook and post those you find interesting to the blog.
- What is the percentage of population living in urban areas?
- What about rural areas?
- What is the public expenditure in education?
- What is the public expenditure in health?
- What is the life development index’
- What about the literacy rate?