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1 Power Of The Pyramids Introduction: To help project population numbers for different countries, demographers look at the profile of the countries residents. What are the ages of the people? How many are men? How many are women? Taking this information, they construct population pyramids like the ones students will create in this activity. These graphs depict the configuration of a country s population as impacted by 70 to 80 years of economic, political and natural events. These graphs can also help predict future population trends. Materials: Student Worksheets (one per student) Graph paper Colored pencils Ruler Calculator (optional) Procedure: 1. Display the sample world population pyramid on the next page and explain that this is a kind of graph used by demographers to study the distribution of people across age categories. 2. Explain to the students that the graph represents the entire world population, sorted by age and gender, with the youngest at the bottom and the oldest at the top. Each age level grouping is called a cohort. Ask the students: Why do you think this type of graph is called a population pyramid? (Because of it s shape.) What is the largest age cohort? ( year olds.) 3. Assign each student or group of students one of the six countries and distribute graph paper and a copy of the Student Worksheet for that country. 4. The figures on the worksheet represent the population (in thousands) of each age group within each gender for each particular country. In order to construct the country s pyramid, students must first calculate the percentage of the population of each gender in each age group. Understanding Population Dynamics Concepts: The age and gender distribution of a regional or national population affects its growth rate. Objectives: Students will be able to: Calculate percentages using raw numbers for each age/gender group in a given population. Construct a population age/gender distribution graph for one of six different countries. Make correlations between the shapes of the graphs and the countries different growth patterns. Subjects: Math, Science, Social Studies, Geography, History Skills: Calculating percentages, graphing, analyzing and interpreting data Method: Students construct and interpret population pyramids and discuss differences in population growth rates among several different countries. Example: According to the worksheet, the total population of the United States in 2004 was 293,028,000. The population of males aged was 10,334,000 of the United States. Power of the Pyramids

2 Example Problem: 10,334,000 =.035 or 3.5% 293,028,000 Students should complete these calculations for each cohort (age group). 5. Using graph paper, students can construct a population pyramid as in the example. A line drawn down the middle of the graph separates the male and female populations. The percentages of the population will be plotted along the X-axis females to the right, males to the left of the center line. The age groups will be running up the Y-axis with the youngest at the bottom, oldest at the top. (See World Population Pyramid sample.) Note: Make sure the scale on the X-axis goes up to 9% in each direction to encompass everyone s data. 6. Students graph the percentage data for their assigned country. Using colored pencils, they can shade in the two sides of their graphs. 7. Students hold up their finished graphs for all to see while going through the discussion questions in class. World Population Pyramid AGE MALE FEMALE 44 Power of the Pyramids, page 2

3 POWER OF THE PYRAMIDS Sample Pyramids AGE MALE UNITED STATES FEMALE 44 AGE MALE CHINA FEMALE 44 AGE MALE NIGERIA FEMALE 44 AGE MALE INDIA FEMALE 44 AGE MALE MEXICO FEMALE 44 AGE MALE FRANCE FEMALE , 2000 Population Connection Power of the Pyramids, page 3

4 Discussion Questions: 1. Where are you represented on the Student Worksheet table and on the graphs? If you live in the United States and are between 10 and 14 years old, you are represented on line 3 in the U.S. data under either male or female. On the graph, you and your cohorts make up the percentage presented by the third bar from the bottom, boys on the left, girls on the right. 2. Can you tell from the data if there are more boy babies or girl babies in each country? There are more boy babies. There is a slightly greater probability of giving birth to male children. For every 100 girls born, there are about 105 boys born. Interestingly, the populations for each gender typically even out in subsequent generations, since boys are more susceptible to certain childhood illnesses. 3. Are there more elderly women or men? Why might that be the case? There are more elderly women. Throughout the world, life expectancy for women is higher than for men, due to a number of genetic and social factors. In general, men are more predisposed to certain health risks than women. Also, men make up the vast majority of the military, and are more likely to die during wars. (Note that in several countries, the cohort is larger than the cohort, because the cohort includes individuals age 75 until death. If that group was broken down into 5-year cohorts, we would expect that each successive cohort would be smaller.) 4. Can you tell from the graphs which country has the most people? No. The graphs represent 100% of the population of each country broken down by age groups. Demographers use the percentage data instead of the raw data so that each graph fits on the same size paper and can be compared to the graphs of other countries. 5. Which country has the most people? How can you tell? From the Total line on Student Worksheet #1, you can tell that China has more people than any other country. 6. Of the six graphs, which look most like pyramids? What does that indicate about their population growth rates? What factors would change the shape of the pyramids in the future? The graphs for Nigeria, India, and Mexico look most like pyramids. This indicates a high growth rate. Population growth occurs when the segment of the population currently in its childbearing years (ages 15-44; bars 4-10 on the graphs) has produced a generation larger than itself (bars 1-3). If the birth rate goes down, this would change the shape of the graph over time from a pyramid to more of a rectangle, indicating a more stable population. 7. Looking at the pyramids, which country appears to have the slowest rates of population growth? How can you tell? France has the slowest population growth. The graph is closer to a rectangle than a pyramid, showing more uniform population size across the age groups. France has a birth rate and death rate that are roughly equal, which demographers call zero population growth. Power of the Pyramids, page 4

6 Name: Date: Power Of The Pyramids Student Worksheet #1 Population in Thousands (2004) United States Mexico China Age Group M % F % M % F % M % F % 10,334 9,887 5,625 5,385 43,590 39,967 9,981 9,533 5,647 5,417 51,046 46,629 10,808 10,293 5,642 5,427 56,591 51,300 10,702 10,148 5,325 5,218 60,146 55,292 10,669 10,144 4,713 4,850 50,247 46,831 9,834 9,517 4,427 4,620 49,990 47,469 10,236 10,075 4,109 4,312 63,093 59,737 10,503 10,467 3,449 3,816 63,017 59, ,397 11,564 2,921 3,316 47,235 44,799 10,900 11,204 2,429 2,762 44,497 41,381 9,520 9,961 1,844 2,087 40,163 38,152 7,993 8,499 1,511 1,708 28,037 26,312 6,003 6,603 1,245 1,402 21,628 20,398 4,624 5, ,099 18,439 18,033 3,795 4, ,974 14,684 6,660 11, ,217 13,613 18,843 Total 143, ,068 51,505 53, , ,324 Total 293, ,958 1,294,630 Power of the Pyramids, page 6

7 Name: Date: Power Of The Pyramids Student Worksheet #2 Population in Thousands (2004) France Nigeria India Age Group M % F % M % F % M % F % 1,948 1,853 11,503 11,303 58,639 55,647 1,873 1,781 9,904 9,806 58,115 54,785 1,903 1,812 8,578 8,528 57,116 53,572 1,957 1,873 7,385 7,336 55,488 52,033 2,007 1,924 6,564 6,448 52,019 47,211 1,937 1,865 5,416 5,229 48,042 41,944 2,232 2,169 4,360 4,139 42,046 39,041 2,151 2,154 3,578 3,402 36,114 36, ,128 2,174 2,939 2,770 32,001 31,367 2,074 2,138 2,423 2,230 27,968 26,265 2,066 2,117 1,971 1,872 23,291 21,639 1,865 1,903 1,637 1,579 18,635 17,177 1,280 1,346 1,229 1,199 14,183 13,336 1,200 1, ,117 9,894 1,100 1, ,222 7,172 1,749 3, ,547 8,270 Total 29,470 30,949 69,431 67, , ,629 Total 60, ,250 1,065,172 Power of the Pyramids, page 7

8 Name: Date: Power Of The Pyramids Answers to Student Worksheet #1 Population in Thousands (2004) United States Mexico China Age Group M % F % M % F % M % F % 10, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Total 143, , , , , , Total 293, ,958 1,294,630 Power of the Pyramids, page 8

9 Name: Date: Power Of The Pyramids Answers to Student Worksheet #2 Population in Thousands (2004) France Nigeria India Age Group M % F % M % F % M % F % 1, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Total 29, , , , , , Total 60, ,250 1,065,172 Power of the Pyramids, page 9

10 Follow-Up Activity To give your students more practice analyzing age-sex distribution graphs, share with them the three examples below and lead a discussion using the following questions. 1. What are the dominant religions of Brazil and Iran? What effect would you expect these religions to have on those countries birthrates? Looking at the graphs, what appear to be the current birthrate trends? The population of Brazil is largely Catholic, while Iran s majority practices Islam. Historically, religious teachings in those countries would have discouraged modern family planning and encouraged large family size. Interestingly enough, the birth rates have been dropping in both countries in recent years, due in large part to more reproductive options available to women and men. 2. Almost forty percent of Botswana s population ages is infected with HIV/AIDS. How would a reduced number of people in these cohorts affect a community? Any community relies heavily on it s people ages for it s workforce in important industries like education, healthcare and agriculture. If this workforce is missing, not only do these industries suffer, but also the people that rely on these industries. A lack of growth in industry can also stunt economic and political growth for a community as a whole. A high mortality in parents also produces a high number of orphans. Without adequate parental care, governments or charities may have to see to the needs of the community s youth. In many cases this is impossible due to other stresses on funding. It is important to note on the Botswana graph that the youngest age cohort is smaller than the three above it. This could be due to a reduction in the number of people having children or high infant mortality rates due to infected mothers passing HIV/AIDS to children during pregnancy. 3. Brazil s pyramid looks different than many of the other pyramids, what is the difference and how can you explain it? Brazil went through a period of rapid population growth, with high birth and death rates, evidenced by the definitive pyramid shape of the upper part of the graph. The growth is slowing, as seen in the lower three cohorts, which are slightly smaller and indicate a shift towards a stabilizing population in the future. AGE MALE BRAZIL FEMALE 44 AGE MALE BOTSWANA FEMALE 44 AGE MALE IRAN FEMALE 44 Data source: United States Census International Database, updated annually by the United States Department of Commerce. Visit for further information. Power of the Pyramids, page 10

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