domingo, 6 de noviembre de 2016

3º British: Gapminder World

It was the last 200 years that changed the world. In 1809 all countries of the world had a life expectancy under 40 years and an income per person less than 3000 dollar per year. Since then the world has changed but it was not until after the II World War that most countries started to improve.

For the first time, Gapminder can now visualize change in life expectancy and income per person over the last two centuries. In this Gapminder video, Hans Rösling shows you how all the countries of the world have developed since 1809 – 200 years ago.

After re-watching the short video and studying the interactive graphic, answer the following questions as complete as possible:

Remember: this activity is volunteer, you will earn two positive marks if you answer the following questions as complete as possible. Send your answers to until Thursday, 10 November

  1. Why is good for Goverments to have detailed stadistics of the population?
  2. Why do you think some countries are unhealthier than others with the same income? 
  3. Why was UK the richest country in 1800? 
  4. Summarize the key points of the video.
It is easier that you think... Good luck! 

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