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© Emond Montgomery Publications Limited Geography, Gr. 9 Global Connections – World Development Developed and Developing Countries All pages are in Making Connections textbook 1. Shade in this map of the world using Fig 32-4 (p 436). Complete the key. Developed Newly Industrializing (means becoming developed) Developing Communist and former Communist 2. How were these groupings made? Answer: Based on a many things, including the following. Complete the table using p.437-439. Part of What does it mean? Way of Development measuring Life expectancy life expectancy (years) Wealth GDP per capita Population Growth population growth rate Food Supply food supply (% of need) Education Level Literacy level (% who can read/write) Heatlhcare Number of people per doctor © Emond Montgomery Publications Limited 3. Complete this table comparing three types of countries Example: Developed Country Canada Newly Industrializing Brazil Developing Zimbabwe Life expectancy (years) (Fig 32.5, p.437) Way of measuring development GDP per capita (Fig 32.8, p.438) Natural Increase Rate (Fig 32.8, p.438) Undernourished People (% of total) (Fig 32.8, p.438) Literacy Level (%) (Fig 32.8, p.438) Doctors per 100 000 (Fig 32.8, p.438) 4. What things can a developing country do to become a developed country? (Use the table above to help you) 5. What do you think is the most serious problem facing developing countries. Explain why.