PRB: Lesson Plans/Publications/Lesson-Plans.aspxPopulation Pyramids in Excel and PowerPoint Are a SnapPopulation pyramids are one of demography's most useful graphics. And they can be easily prepared in Excel and PowerPoint. Here are some simple instructions and files to get you going.02/08/2013/Publications/Lesson-Plans/PopulationPyramidsExcelPPT.aspxd263918c-e691-4d82-a035-a69ed7f6a6feHuman PopulationHas the world's population distribution changed much over time? Does AIDS have a significant impact on population growth? When could world population stop growing? These lesson plans will help teachers educate students about the answers to these questions and more. 07/01/2009/Publications/Lesson-Plans/HumanPopulation.aspxc969401a-47bf-444f-ab87-a297e1f69d3cPopulations in the Path of Natural HazardsThis lesson explores population movement and natural hazards in Florida and the Caribbean Basin. Through two activities, students examine population trends and evaluate the consequences for people when severe storms strike heavily populated areas. Appropriate for advanced high school or college level students.06/18/2005/Publications/Lesson-Plans/PopulationsinthePathofNaturalHazards.aspxa5cd6470-5a75-4bec-bec2-39656bc98281Pyramid BuildingA lesson plan to provide students with the background to understand the importance of age structure on population growth. Appropriate for middle to high school. Graphing activity with age and sex data for four age groups and instructions for making pyramids using Excel.01/01/2000/Publications/Lesson-Plans/PyramidBuilding.aspx9e30012d-7069-4901-9e07-169649f0ffc5The Changing Face of AmericaThese activities help students examine patterns of diversity in the United States at national and local levels. Appropriate for middle to high school. The activities involve graphing, interpreting data, and discussing changes in diversity due to the dynamics of migration and population growth.08/01/2005/Publications/Lesson-Plans/TheChangingFaceofAmerica.aspx91c23215-522b-4778-aaff-ef640a50c5c5Making Population Real: New Lesson Plans and Classroom ActivitiesThis teaching package, especially designed for the population unit of AP Human Geography, helps students understand and master key population concepts, demonstrate research skills, and create charts and graphs.08/01/2005/Publications/Lesson-Plans/MakingPopulationRealNewLessonPlansandClassroomActivities.aspx8f47fd16-3daa-4902-8d06-7ce394b15c6cLinking Population, Health, and EnvironmentStudents learn more about the world in which they live by researching, discussing, and writing on the links among population, health, and environment trends. Appropriate for grades 9-10 and may be adapted for use with younger or older students.05/01/2005/Publications/Lesson-Plans/LinkingPopulationHealthandEnvironment.aspx79fa8db3-4bb2-48b8-8220-3c6a785d13c2Mapping Population Change in the United StatesA step-by-step activity to create a choropleth map of U.S. population change. Appropriate for middle to high school. Includes U.S. census data. 01/01/2000/Publications/Lesson-Plans/MappingPopulationChangeintheUnitedStates.aspx6f3d01f7-0762-4b0f-8106-db62348f3858HIV/AIDS and Contemporary Population DynamicsTrends with regard to mortality patterns, population change, and the spread of disease are presented for the United States and for the world. By looking at HIV/AIDS, students learn how to analyze these trends at multiple scales and learn more about the social and economic impacts of HIV/AIDS. Appropriate for advanced high school or college-level students.05/01/2005/Publications/Lesson-Plans/HIVAIDSandContemporaryPopulationDynamics.aspx4dcda2f8-0d48-4fa4-9055-dada5929779cTeachersGuide07/01/2009/Publications/Lesson-Plans/HumanPopulation/Change/TeachersGuide.aspxf2dc3a1f-2f9f-485b-bcd9-d55e147ce63a