How do migrants vary?

In this lesson, we will be learning about the different types of migration (voluntary, forced, short-term, long-term,national and international). We will also be learning about the reasons why people migrate (push and pull factors).

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Q1.What is migration?

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Q2.What is national migration?

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Q3.When the migrant intends on returning to their source country. What is this describing?

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Q4.When the migrant makes a choice to leave their source country. What is this describing?

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Q5.What is an emigrant?

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Q6.There were around 272 million international migrants in the world in 2019. What percentage of the global population is this?

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Q7.Globally, do the great majority of people migrate across borders or migrate within countries?

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Q8.Which of these regions in the UK have a higher number of migrants?

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Q9.In 2019, which geographic regions hosted the most number of migrants?

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Q1.What is migration?

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Q2.What is national migration?

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Q3.When the migrant intends on returning to their source country. What is this describing?

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Q4.When the migrant makes a choice to leave their source country. What is this describing?

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Q5.What is an emigrant?

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Q6.There were around 272 million international migrants in the world in 2019. What percentage of the global population is this?

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Q7.Globally, do the great majority of people migrate across borders or migrate within countries?

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Q8.Which of these regions in the UK have a higher number of migrants?

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Q9.In 2019, which geographic regions hosted the most number of migrants?

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Q1.Match the key parts of the definition (rows) to the type of migration (columns).

no choice

makes a choice

intends on returning to source country

intends on remaining in host country

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Q2.Why might a refugee be forced to leave their home?

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Q3."I had to leave my country I am fleeing persecution and conflict." Does this tell you that this is a voluntary or forced migrant?

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Q4."I chose to come to the UK because the salaries are much higher than in ." Does this tell you that this is a voluntary or forced migrant?

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Q5.What is a pull factor?

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Q6.Are these factors push or pull factors?

lack of hospitals

good transport links

war

poor quality of life

good entertainment facilities

job opportunities

hope for a better life

natural disasters

very few schools

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Q1.Match the key parts of the definition (rows) to the type of migration (columns).

no choice

makes a choice

intends on returning to source country

intends on remaining in host country

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Q2.Why might a refugee be forced to leave their home?

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Q3."I had to leave my country I am fleeing persecution and conflict." Does this tell you that this is a voluntary or forced migrant?

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Q4."I chose to come to the UK because the salaries are much higher than in ." Does this tell you that this is a voluntary or forced migrant?

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Q5.What is a pull factor?

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Q6.Are these factors push or pull factors?

lack of hospitals

good transport links

war

poor quality of life

good entertainment facilities

job opportunities

hope for a better life

natural disasters

very few schools

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Lesson summary: How do migrants vary?

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