Slide 1: Title Slide- Country name, presenters, date Slide 2-3: Demographics- area, population, urbanization, life expectancy, median age, literacy rate, fertility rate, infant mortality Slide 4
Location- Latitude and longitude, continent, neighboring countries.
Slide 5: Major Topographical Features- Waterways (rivers, lakes, oceans), mountains, valleys, plains, etc.
Biology of your Country Slide 6:
Agriculture/ Natural Resources- What are the major agricultural products? Natural resources; i.e. oil, timber, minerals, etc.
Population Pyramid- What is the age-sex breakdown of the population. How many people are there of each age bracket and sex?
Ethnicities- What are the native ethnicities of peoples from your country? What is their status today?
Major Biomes- What are the largest/ most important biomes located within your country? Give basic facts about these biomes; climate, size, history, etc.
Specific Adaptations- Examples of evolution that keystone species have to survive in this biome.
Disease- What diseases are endemic to your country? Explain the consequences.
Environmental Conditions Today- Major environmental issues affection your country today. Include any positive changes.
Biotechnology- What possible remedies can biotechnology provide for issues in your country?
Themes of Biology- Give an example of the six themes of biology in your country.
History of your Country Slide 17-18:
Major Religions- What are the most important religions practiced in your country?
Current Government System- What form of government does your country have today?
Imperialism- Who has historically conquered the country?
Revolutionary Movements- What attempts at revolution have occurred in your country?
Industrial Revolution- Is your country industrialized or a victim of the industrial revolution?
Nationalism in your country: How has/ nationalism been expressed in your country?
Current Issues in your county: What major issues affect your country today?
Further research: Any additional information you find interesting.
Works cited/ Bibliography Keystone species: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keystone_species Population pyramid: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Population_pyramid