Urbanization in Asia
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This resource introduces students to an issue that has profoundly impacted hundreds of millions of people: the urbanization and migration of people in Asia, both from rural to urban areas and from small towns and cities to “mega cities.”
The PDF available on this page includes launch activities, lesson challenges, briefing sheets with maps and graphs for 10 Asian countries, a case study on China, and all required activity and assessment sheets. Below, you will find image sets and links to videos incorporated into the lessons. To view all of the lesson materials included in this module, please visit our teacher resources section at the bottom of this page.
These materials support the British Columbia (BC) Social Studies curriculum for Grade 6, which focuses on Global Issues and Governance.
The Asia Pacific Curriculum project team would appreciate your feedback to help improve the design of our teacher resources. The first 10 eligible teachers who provide feedback on this teaching resource will be eligible to receive a $10 gift card.1 For full details, please visit our survey link at: http://bit.ly/AsiaCurriculumSurvey.
1 Eligible teachers include any current grade 6 and grade 9 social studies teachers in the province of British Columbia.
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