How does migration affect people and places?

In this lesson, we will be learning about the advantages and disadvantages of migration for the host and source country. We will also be looking at how migration has affected the United Kingdom.

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

no choice

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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

6/6

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Geography- Lesson 3

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Q1.What is a migrant?

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Q3.Families are broken up. Is this an advantage or disadvantage for the source country?

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Q4.Migrants may return with new skills learnt in host country. Is this an advantage for the host or source country?

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Q5.A richer and more diverse culture. Is this an advantage for the host or source country?

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Q6.Overcrowding. Is this an advantage or disadvantage for the host country?

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Q7.Which city in the UK might some people argue is overcrowded as the population is over 8 million?

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Q8.Which public service in the UK benefits from employing people who are not from the UK?

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Q2.What is a source country?

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Q3.Families are broken up. Is this an advantage or disadvantage for the source country?

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Q4.Migrants may return with new skills learnt in host country. Is this an advantage for the host or source country?

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Q5.A richer and more diverse culture. Is this an advantage for the host or source country?

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Q6.Overcrowding. Is this an advantage or disadvantage for the host country?

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Q7.Which city in the UK might some people argue is overcrowded as the population is over 8 million?

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Q8.Which public service in the UK benefits from employing people who are not from the UK?

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Lesson summary: How does migration affect people and places?

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