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Consequences of Rural to Urban Migration – Urban Poverty. L.O: By the end of today’s lesson I will be able to: Describe general characteristics of a shanty town. Explain the problems (and a possible solution) of urban poverty in a case study of São Paulo . . DELETE THIS

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Consequences of Rural to Urban Migration – Urban Poverty.

  • L.O: By the end of today’s lesson I will be able to:
  • Describe general characteristics of a shanty town.
  • Explain the problems (and a possible solution) of urban poverty in a case study of São Paulo.

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Shanty towns, squatter settlements, slum areas – a collection of shacks and poor quality housing which often lack electricity, water supply or sewage disposal. People live in shanty towns because they have no choice.

Favela – The name given to shanty towns in Brazil.

Local authority – local government, they try to ‘manage’ the city.

Self-help Schemes– Where local authorities or charities support shanty town dwellers to produce higher quality homes by providing land, small loans, cheap building materials and basic services.

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Question 01

Sao Paulo is in

Brazil

Argentina

Columbia

Peru

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Question 02

Sao Paulo is in

North America

South America

Europe

Asia

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Question 03

Most people living in Sao Paulo are

Very rich

Very poor

Very tall

Well-off

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Question 04

Sao Paulo is

The poorest city in Brazil

The richest city in Brazil

Nearly the richest city in Brazil

Nearly the poorest city in Brazil

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Question 05

In Sao Paulo the gap between the poor and the rich is

Staying the same

Shrinking

Growing

Being filled by middle class immigrants

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Question 06

In Sao Paulo most of the well-off live

Near the CBD

On the edge of the city

Just off Brierley Hill Road

Outside of the city

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Question 07

In a Sao Paulo self-help scheme who subsidises for the building materials?

The shanty town dwellers

A local charity

The local authority

James Dean

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Question 08

Most new arrivals is Sao Paulo are

From rural areas

From urban areas

lost

From the north

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Question 09

In Sao Paulo most of the poor live

In the CBD

On the edge of the city

Just off Brierley Hill Road

Outside of the city

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Question 10

Sao Paulo is a

Large city

Very Large city

Million city

Magacity

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Question 11

People live in shanty towns because

They like sleeping under the stars

Rent is reasonable

It’s close to where they work

They don’t have a choice

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Question 12

The best way to tackle the issue of rural to urban migration is to

Use the army and clear the slums

Use self-help schemes

Build new towns

Improve conditions in rural areas

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