1 Historical figures
2 Rate of increase - 2.1 Milestones
3 Population distribution
4 Demographics of youth
5 Forecast of world population
6 Predictions based on our growing population
7 Number of humans that have ever lived...
History - PowerPoint Presentations (pppst.com)
Explorers - Civil War - Government -
Native Americans - Industrial/Immigration - Geography -
Colonial Times - Great Depression - Patriotic Symbols -
Revolutionary War - Civil Rights - Multicultural -
Western Expansion - World Wars - Many More
Overpopulation (British Council)
"Take a look at the article, story, cartoon, word game, trivia
World : (bowermanb)
Ecosystems, Tectonics, Natural Resources, Earth's Surface/Erosion, Weather/Climate,
Maps & Globes, Cultures, Population, Environmental
Issues, Geography Games...
- Maps, news, quizzes, games, jokes...
- Rankings (permet
un travail sur les superlatifs et comparatifs)
"Which country has the smallest land mass? Which has the
youngest population? Which has the lowest infant mortality
rate? Our rankings pages rank countries and territories by more than
50 geographic, demographic, economic and military criteria."
Action! (National Geographic) "is
an annual conservation and awareness program designed to educate and
excite people about natural, cultural, and historic treasures.
Each year, they will present a different topic related to conservation
and the environment. The Geography Action! program features:
a) Kids Take Action!, an activity-based conservation awareness program
b) Geography Awareness Week, a series of events to celebrate conservation;
c) Lesson Plans;
d) Games; and
Topics so far include:
Biodiversity, Conservation, Habitats, Population, Rivers, U.S. Public
- BRITKID (britkid.org)
"This is a website about race, racism and life - as seen
through the eyes of the Britkids.
Would you like to...hang out with a Britkid, or go into town?"
- Maps (britkid.org) :
- Islamic world
- Pakistan, India, Bangladesh
- British & other European empires
- Caribbean (British Islands)
"This Glossary is intended as an educational tool for parents,
children, teachers, students, and researchers.
It is an offering of information, of history, and of possibilities.
The definitions are specific to the current usage of the terms in the
INTERACTIVE activities :