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China U. K. Population (2011): 1, 326, 000 Capital: Beijing Flag: Population (2011): 62, 000 Capital: London Flag: National Dish: Rice, noodles and stir fry. Government: Communist Olympics: 2008 National Dish: Fish and Chips Government: Lib. Dem/Conservative (Democracy) Olympics: 2012
China’s population control policy Where? What? When? How? Why? Who? L. O. To find out why China needs to control its population To describe some of the policies used to control population in China. To explain how these policies can affect how people live in China.
Who is right? • CHAIRMAN MAO (1949) • It is a very good thing that China has a big population. Even if China’s population multiplies many times, she is capable of finding a solution; the solution is production. • SHAO LI-TZU, a deputy to the First People’s Congress (1954) • It is a good thing to have a large population, but in an environment beset with difficulties, it appears that there should be a set limit
China’s One Child Policy Why does China have an anti-natalist policy? Reading, analysing and highlighting
Your new pen friend • Watch a short video clip to see what kind of life your pen friend leads. http: //www. bbc. co. uk/scotland/learning/chinastories / • During the video, note down the key points – at the back of your book.
Homework – It’s poster time!! • Create a poster to summarise the one child policy. • Include: – Basic facts about it. – What it hopes to achieve and why it was implemented. – Incentives used. – What problems it has created
China 2010 – a policy update • See the article.
To re-cap our learning… • Complete the crossword before the end of the lesson. • The first ones to finish will be awarded house points!