Population

Cardline: Globetrotter

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Players of Cardline: Globetrotter want to rid themselves of cards as quickly as they can, with the first player to have an empty hand winning the game.

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Social Studies
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15 min.
Cardline: Globetrotter

New York County Selection Map

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Based on the 2010 Census, this page includes census data by county for New York State. Click on a county to find out the population statistics.

Journey of a Man (2003)

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Journey of a Man answers the question, "Where do we all come from?" Today, some six billion people are spread across the planet. But there was a time-not so long ago-when the human species numbered only a few thousand and their world was a single continent: Africa.

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Middle
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2:00
Journey of a Man

Thomas Robert Malthus: Numbers and People (2014)

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Taking advantage of the latest digital animation techniques, Science Gossip summarizes the careers of important figures from the History of Science. Although scientific rigor is respected, the point of view is more light hearted and amusing so that viewers receive short, dynamic doses of interesting information about each scientist, complemented by curios anecdotes.

Grade Level: 
Elementary
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00:07
Thomas Robert Malthus: Numbers and People

World in the Balance: The Population Paradox (2004)

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Part 1: The People Paradox: Startling trends in population are discussed as the program looks at the aging populations of Japan, Europe, and Russia. But in parts of Africa and India, more than half of the still growing population is under 25. The conclusion: the world population is careening in two dramatically different directions.

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High
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02:00
World in the Balance: The Population Paradox

Human Systems (2006)

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Why do people settle where they do? Why do populations move from one place to another? In Human Systems, students will appreciate the role that the physical characteristics of Earth have played in determining where and how people live, and explore the notion that where and how we live has a huge impact on our planet.

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Elementary
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00:23
Human Systems

Habitats and Biomes: Ecosystems of the World (2004)

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This program is rich with visual definitions that make terms like ecosystems, biomes, habitats, and populations real to students. They'll explore the six major biomes, and discover how plants and animals survive, adapt, and live together in their habitats. Teacher's Guide available in disk and online: www.schoolvideos.com

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Primary
Elementary
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00:27
Habitats and Biomes: Ecosystems of the World