A fully resourced and differentiated case study lesson. Students will be able to describe the location of Mumbai, explain features of it’s regional, national and international importance, and then link these to rural-urban migration and international migration.
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The main aim is…
To apply knowledge of Mumbai as a case study of a city in a NEE.
To locate Mumbai using geographical language and explain features of it’s regional, national and international importance.
To link features of reginal, national and international importance together.
To explain how features of regional, national and international importance drive urbanisation in Mumbai.
Key ideas and content…
Mumbai is a city in a NEE (India), experiencing urbanisation.
Mumbai is important (regionally, nationally and internationally).
These features drive urbanisation.
Physical and human features drive urbanisation.
Several activities have differentiated resources.
Provide support / model answers for the exam questions.
Photo analysis, Venn diagram and table activities could be undertaken in groups.
Access to the internet would allow students to find out more specific facts.
Students could overlay key features of Mumbai onto a map of the city / region.
Explain and link column on the table
Exam style questions