PRB: Lesson Plans/Publications/Lesson-Plans.aspxLesson Plan: 2015 World Population Data Sheet08/17/2015/Publications/Lesson-Plans/2017WorldPopulationDataSheet.aspx428a105b-be24-4c61-860f-b8f7b9f37048Media ToolkitPRB has worked with hundreds of journalists from developing countries to help them understand issues related to population, reproductive health, and gender status, so that they can report on them accurately and comprehensively. This media toolkit was funded by USAID under the PACE (Policy, Advocacy, and Communication Enhanced) project and based on lessons learned through our global journalism program Women’s Edition. The toolkit showcases PRB’s capacity efforts so that others who want to engage with the news media can learn from our work and expand the reach of this successful media training.09/30/2016/Publications/Lesson-Plans/MediaToolkit.aspxa636a63d-4142-412b-a9a7-3bc3452b2d7eTools for Subnational Policy CommunicationAs more countries move toward a decentralized government structure—shifting the responsibility for political, fiscal, administrative, and other functions from the national government to subnational and local agencies—it is essential that local policymakers are well-informed about family planning (FP) and its role in development. The PACE project, with funding from USAID, has created a curated catalog of existing subnational policy communication materials and resources that demonstrate different approaches to using data in policy communication to advocate for financial and political support for FP.09/30/2016/Publications/Lesson-Plans/subnationaltoolkit.aspx1ce67535-6cec-45e0-9621-bf4d3f3bba50Lesson Plan: 2015 World Population Data Sheet08/17/2015/Publications/Lesson-Plans/WorldPopulationDataSheet.aspxaa4fbef9-3043-40d6-a7e7-dea33a7cd6b6Glossary of Demographic TermsThis glossary explains the most common terms used in demography.06/17/2013/Publications/Lesson-Plans/Glossary.aspx474eb3a3-c31f-4a37-a915-d69d76cffea8People on the MoveThese two activities have students explore migration patterns in the United States at national, state, and local levels. Students learn about push-pull factors and corresponding population mobility patterns. Appropriate for advanced high school or college level students. 04/01/2005/Publications/Lesson-Plans/PeopleontheMove.aspxe93d3a09-ed12-4511-8333-1bb7082d8550Population Fundamentals: Building a FoundationThis lesson plan includes three activities that allow students to: develop a working vocabulary for population geography; understand relationships and implications of demographic data; and construct and analyze population pyramids at different scales. Written for advanced high school students or may be adapted for other grade levels.09/01/2005/Publications/Lesson-Plans/PopulationBuildingaFoundation.aspx82d85207-a3a0-4bb7-978c-ba3edf0479b6Activity409/01/2005/Publications/Lesson-Plans/PopulationBuildingaFoundation/Activity4.aspxeae63e09-05e1-45ab-ae71-af9a8c8d5bb8Activity208/01/2005/Publications/Lesson-Plans/TheChangingFaceofAmerica/Activity2.aspx1a4fd454-ae16-49a7-bd29-a03cfb7dba85The Demographic Transition: A Contemporary Look at a Classic ModelThrough three activities students learn to: understand the classic demographic transition model; explain assumptions and limitations of this classic model; construct graphs of contemporary demographic change; and explain contemporary demographic patterns in the context of the classic model. Written for advanced high school students and may be adapted for use with younger or older students.03/01/2005/Publications/Lesson-Plans/TheDemographicTransitionAContemporaryLookataClassicModel.aspxfd46044c-7686-44eb-9cb6-25d90f24c9bd