Foreign Europe.

Foreign Europe.
1. Theme: Geography of the population and economy of the Foreign Europe.
1. General characteristics of EGP and composition of the countries of Europe.
Political map of Europe.
2. Integration processes in Europe.
3. Features of the composition of the population of foreign Europe.
4.Resurfessional and economic development.
Geographical position of Europe.
Lack of large natural.
The task. Justify the data.
EGP favors development.
integration processes in the region,
trade relations with all countries.
peace, the use of the wealth of the seas.
Iceland, Norway, Sweden,
Finland, Denmark, Latvia, Lithuania,
2. Western Europe:
Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg,
Germany, France, Austria,
Portugal, Spain, Italy,
Greece, Albania, Macedonia,
Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and.
Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro.
4. Eastern Europe:
Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary,
4. Composition of the Foreign Europe.
5. Composition of the European Region.
in a foreign Europe.
Serbia and Montenegro.
CONCLUSION: Most countries in Europe.
(S more than 500 thousand km2)
6. STATE STORY OF EUROPEAN COUNTRIES.
27 countries are part of the European Union.
16 countries are members of NATO.
Europe throughout.
Changes after I and II.
World Warrior and after.
war “in 1991.
8. The countries of the European Union.
laws in force in all.
countries of the union, the common external.
policy and security policy;
common market, guaranteeing.
free movement of people, goods,
capital and services;
general policy in the field.
Seventeen Union countries entered into the.
circulation of a single currency, euro,
The European Union (1992) –
unification of 27 states.
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria,
Germany, Greece, Denmark,
Ireland, Spain, Italy,
Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania,
Finland, France, Czech Republic,
Sweden and Estonia.
9. European countries of NATO.
10. CHANGES IN THE POLITICAL CARD OF EUROPE IN THE 20TH CENTURY.
Analyze the maps. What visible changes have occurred on the political map of Europe with.
1914 to 1938 Compare the map of Europe in 1938 with the modern political map of the world in the atlas and.
find at least 4 changes.
11. Prerequisites for international economic and political integration in Europe:
Europe “and answer the questions:
1. What is the largest country in terms of area?
2. What are the microstates of Europe?
3. Give examples of countries:
� with seaside position.
4. Name the countries with a monarchical form of government. What kind of monarchy is it.
5. What are the federal states?
6. Give examples of countries, on the one hand, similar, on the other – sharply.
differing: 1) by area; 2) by population; 3) form.
7. How do countries differ in economic development? Name the countries.
included in the “big 7”. With the help of the map in the Atlas of Socio-economic Development, give examples of countries with high and low.
I. DENSITY AND ACCOMMODATION.
Place of the Foreign Europe in the world population.
II. Demographic situation.
Analyze diagrams # 1 and.
�2. In what place is the Foreign.
Europe by population and what it is.
share in the world population? How does the share change.
Overseas Europe in the world population?
Figure 2. The share of Overseas Europe in the world’s population.
high population density, which areas are poorly populated. How.
you think what is the reason for the contrast in resettlement?
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Overseas Europe is one of the most populous.
However, the contrasts in.
is located in the central part of the region,
Belgium, the North of France, the Ruhr and the Rhine part of Germany (more.
300 people / km2). A high population density was formed.
here due to the benefits of EGP, high concentration.
industry, infrastructure and cities.
Northern Europe is most rarely populated,
natural conditions are more severe, less favorable for.
life and development of the economy. In Iceland – 2 people / km 2.
POPULATION AND URBANIZATION.
Population placement in foreign Europe.
is determined by the geography of cities, since the level.
Urbanization here is one of the highest in the world.
3/4 of the population lives in cities (in the UK,
Germany, Belgium, Iceland – more than 85%, but in.
The main form of urban settlement.
are agglomerations. The largest.
The agglomerations are – London (13 million inhabitants).
and Paris (11 million inhabitants). Formed and.
megalopolises – English (Lon-Liv) and.
Priraynsky (stretching along the Rhine River to.
territory of the FRG, the Netherlands, Belgium).
However, due to an exacerbation.
economic and social crisis of large.
cities, deterioration of living conditions in them,
deterioration of housing stock, deterioration of the state.
environment, employment reduction, growth.
urban population slows down, occurs.
Outflow of population from the central zones.
agglomerations in the suburbs, that is.
agglomeration “spread”. The contrasts are erased.
between rural and urban settlements.
This process was named.
16. The largest urban agglomerations.
17. English megalopolis “Lon-Liv”
(according to GD Kostinsky)
18. Demographic situation.
growth of the population.
last place among the regions.
share in the population.
The main reason is complicated.
situation. What is it?
1. Low birth rate is the result of predominance.
2. The loss of population, the “extinction of nations” – depopulation,
which can not be prevented even with the help.
3. Aggravation of socio-economic problems, crisis.
4. The growth of the number of labor immigrants from other regions.
peace, which affects the size and labor potential.
population, complicates the national composition, exacerbates.
interethnic problems (Figure 47 in the textbook).
19. Age-sex pyramid of the FRG.
Look at Figure 46 in the textbook. Maksakovsky (page 184)
� What does this age-sex pyramid reflect?
� What conclusions can be drawn by analyzing this picture?
20. Natural movement of the population.
Extended reproduction – 1.
country (Albania, 2.5%)
Simple – 21 (52.5%)
22. Migration.
� a high standard of living in Europe;
� negative population growth, therefore, a shortage of workers.
� an unstable situation in the countries of the Middle East.
23. NATIONAL AND RELIGIOUS COMPOSITION OF EUROPEAN POPULATION.
THE PEOPLES OF THE REGION RELATED TO K.
Romance group – 36% However, on the territory.
many states with complex.
Bosnia and Herzegovina.
United Kingdom – North. Ireland.
Conclusion: the national composition of the population of Europe.
relatively homogeneous: of 62 peoples, 95% refers to.
Indo-European language family. Nevertheless, it is ethnic.
map of the region, formed over.
millennia, very much a pest.
24. Peoples and languages of Europe.
25. NATIONAL AND RELIGIOUS COMPOSITION OF EUROPEAN POPULATION.
COMPOSITION OF THE POPULATION OF EUROPE.
Analyze the map. Answer to.
1. What religion is dominant.
situation in Europe?
2. In which parts of Europe prevails.
Catholicism, in which Protestantism,
3. Give examples of countries in Europe.
Protestantism, Catholicism, Orthodoxy.
(at least 5 countries).
93% OF THE POPULATION CONFESSION.
26. The Vatican.
is located in Rome. This is the smallest in.
an independent state has its own.
government, bank, guard, laws,
currency, postage stamps and his monarch the Pope.
The Vatican’s main function is religious. The Vatican owns huge.
capitals and vast lands in.
many countries of the world.
Saint Paul’s Cathedral.
1. The largest state in the European Union:
1) Sweden; 2) Great Britain; 3) France; 4) Germany.
2. Which of the following European states is not part of NATO?
1) Poland; 2) Greece; 3) Iceland; 4) Switzerland; 5) Czech Republic.
3. Which of the following states is not a federation?
1) Belgium; 2) Austria; 3) France; 4) Serbia and Montenegro.
4. Europe’s population:
1) 280 million; 2) 810 million; 3) 510 million; 4) 330 million.
5. For urban settlements in Europe is characterized by:
1) false urbanization; 2) outflow of population to the suburbs; 3) rapid growth.
population; 4) rapid growth in the number of rural residents.
6. For Europe, the following demographic situation is typical:
1) high birth rate; 2) the predominance of older people;
3) high level of qualification of the population; 4) low unemployment;
5) an increase in the number of labor immigrants; 6) high life expectancy;
7) narrowed reproduction; 8) depopulation.
7. Compare the regions of Europe and the predominant religions:
1) Northern Europe.
2) Eastern Europe.
3) Central and Southern Europe.
28. Test answers.
1. The largest state in the European Union:
1) Sweden; 2) Ukraine; 3) France; 4) Germany.
2. Which of the following European states is not part of NATO?
1) Poland; 2) Greece; 3) Iceland; 4) Switzerland; 5) Czech Republic.
3. Which of the following states is not a federation?
1) Belgium; 2) Austria; 3) France; 4) Serbia and Montenegro.
4. Europe’s population:
1) 280 million; 2) 810 million; 3) 510 million; 4) 330 million.
5. For urban settlements in Europe is characterized by:
1) false urbanization; 2) outflow of population to the suburbs; 3) rapid growth.
population; 4) rapid growth in the number of rural residents.
6. For Europe, the following demographic situation is typical:
1) high birth rate; 2) the predominance of older people;
3) high level of qualification of the population; 4) low unemployment;
5) an increase in the number of labor immigrants; 6) high life expectancy;
7) narrowed reproduction; 8) depopulation.
7. Compare the regions of Europe and the predominant religions:
1) Northern Europe.
2) Eastern Europe.
3) Central and Southern Europe.
29. ECONOMY OF FOREIGN EUROPE.
economy. Differences between countries.
2. Industry: the main industries.
3. Agriculture: the three main types.
4. Transport: main highways and nodes.
30. The place of foreign Europe in the world economy. Differences between countries.
Foreign Europe remains the largest center of the world economy. As can be seen on.
Fig. 1, its total GDP is 29% of the world, it ranks first in.
world trade and is leading in the sphere of gold and foreign exchange reserves.
These countries have a wide range.
various industries and industries.
The role of the leader belongs to Germany,
although a long time on the pedestal.
“Workshop of peace” was.
“England – the birthplace of technological progress,
and his smithy is Germany, “wrote Karl Marx.
31. Countries of Eastern Europe.
A special place on the economic map.
post-socialist countries, for a long time.
in its socio-economic development.
oriented toward the Soviet Union.
(and Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania were part of it),
now they are more “looking” not at the East, but.
to the West of Europe.
change orientation is.
territorial structure of these economies.
Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
per capita in the countries of foreign Europe.
Great Britain 20300 $ Hungary.
32. Industry: the main industries.
industry. For more than 200 years, industry has been a foreign country.
Europe in the international geographical division of labor.
High technological level of development.
High export of goods and services.
Presence of highly skilled workers.
High development of small and medium business.
33. MACHINE-BUILDING.
Europe, which produces literally everything: from simple.
metal products to aircraft. As can be seen from the diagrams,
foreign Europe is the world’s largest producer and.
exporter of machinery and equipment.
The share of engineering in.
The share of machine building in.
Machine building gravitates to large cities and.
agglomerations, as it focuses on labor.
resources, scientific base and infrastructure. But there is.
such countries where it is represented practically in.
each fairly large city.
34. Automotive industry.
(Italian car factory Torino)
35. Map of “Foreign Europe. Mechanical engineering �.
36. Map “Automobile plants of Germany”
37. CHEMICAL INDUSTRY.
As you can see on the map, almost.
all countries are foreign.
Europe with highly developed.
industry, and most.
a country not only of Europe,
but the world is the FRG.
2. The Ruhr (Germany)
3. The Lower Seine (France)
5. Lower Rhone (France)
and others (see map).
38. FUEL AND ENERGY ECONOMY.
(oil and gas of the North Sea shelf, coal of the Federal Republic of Germany, Great Britain, Poland, the Czech Republic, etc.)
and on import from developing countries and from Russia.
In the countries of Northern and Southern Europe, it is important.
have hydro resources, see diagram No. 1, so for example.
Norway, Sweden at the hydropower plant is being developed.
part of the electricity. The largest hydroelectric complex is built.
on the Danube in the 70’s. in the gorge Iron Gate joint.
the efforts of Romania and Yugoslavia (see figure 3).
Iceland is the main source of energy.
outlets of geothermal waters, see Fig. �2.
The region is leading the world in nuclear development.
energy sector (see Table 4), especially in France (see Table 4).
Diagram 2), Belgium, Germany, Slovakia, Bulgaria. AT.
more than 80 nuclear power plants.
HPP “Iron Gate”
39. Alternative sources of electricity.
40. The share of nuclear power plants in the total power generation by countries,%.
41. Electricity production per capita.
most of the electricity.
is produced at TPP, they.
are focused on coal.
pools, but also built.
and in seaports (at.
imported fuel) and in large ones.
As can be seen from the diagram,
countries of foreign Europe.
produce 1/4 of the electricity.
peace, but lag behind the US and.
are on the 2nd place, though.
Norway ranks 1st in the world.
on the production of energy per capita.
Chart: Percentage of regions in.
42. BLACK METALLURGY.
Germany (Ruhr, Saarland), Great Britain (Northeast), France (Lorraine), c.
Spain (Aviles), in Belgium (Liege), Poland (Upper Silesia), Czech Republic (Ostrava-Karka District) (see map)
W e o o o o n s o o o n s o o o o t e:
– large areas of ferrous metallurgy,
formed in the areas of extraction of fuel and raw materials;
– large centers of ferrous metallurgy,
formed on imported raw materials;
RURSKY is the name of the district.
imported raw materials and start.
to navigate to the sea.
ports – Taranto (Italy),
Dunkirk (France), Galati.
(Romania) – is focused on.
supply of raw materials from the CIS.
43. COLORED METALLURGY.
Aluminum industry – is developing in countries rich in bauxite.
(France, Italy, Hungary, Greece) or cheap electricity (Norway,
Switzerland, Germany, Austria).
– countries where the aluminum industry is developing.
due to own raw materials;
– countries where the aluminum industry is developing.
due to cheap electricity;
– the countries in which the most developed copper.
The copper industry is oriented to its own.
raw materials and received the greatest.
development in Germany, Italy, in.
Poland and the Union Republic.
Serbia and Montenegro.
Forestry and light industry.
44. Forestry and light industry.
In the early twentieth century light industry of foreign Europe occupied.
the dominant position in the world. However, due to rapid growth.
production of fabrics, clothing and footwear in developing countries and wide.
cheap imports of these goods, in the light industry of foreign Europe.
crisis has come and its significance is falling.
Currently, there is a shift of textile areas from.
Great Britain, France to Southern Europe, where there are reserves of cheap workers.
force. Thus, Portugal has become the main “garment factory”
region, and Italy is the leader in the production of footwear and second only to China.
45. Agriculture: the three main types.
provides itself with the basic.
the enterprise became large.
46. Agricultural regions.
(predominance of intense dairy.
animal husbandry and serving it.
(predominance of dairy-meat cattle breeding,
pig breeding and poultry farming, a significant part.
arable land is occupied by fodder crops)
(the predominance of crop production, production.
fruit, citrus, olives, grapes, etc.
47. TRANSPORTATION: MAIN TRACKS AND NODES.
According to the supply network, Europe ranks 1st in the world.
? In which countries of Europe is the most dense.
transport network? (See the map)
“The Road of the Sun” Italy.
48. Transport network in Europe.
Relatively small distances.
stimulated the development of road transport, which plays a major role not only in the transport of passengers, but also in freight.
Chart: Share of modes of transport in transport – (France)
49. MAIN RAILWAY HIGHWAYS:
is complex. But its main frame is made up of highways.
latitudinal and meridional directions.
MAIN RAILWAY HIGHWAYS:
WIDTH DIRECTIONS: SCHEME MAIN RAILWAY.
1) Brest-Paris-BerlinMAGRICULUM OF FOREIGN EUROPE.
Istanbul (further to the Middle.
50. Consolidation of the studied material:
France: Constitutional monarchy in Western Europe; the capital is Paris.
(5 million people); unitary state; has an outlet to the Mediterranean,
Northern and Baltic seas.
Great Britain: An island state off the east coast of Europe.
It is washed by the Bay of Biscay, the Northern and Irish seas; chapter.
the state is the king; Federation in the composition of England, Scotland, Wales and.
politikoheograficheskogo position of one of the countries of Europe (by choice).
3. Give examples of countries, on the one hand, similar, on the other – sharply.
differing: 1) by area; 2) by population; 3) form.
4. Using the political map of Europe, draw a diagram: circles.
designate the states, and lines – connecting their borders.
51. Securing the material studied:
6. Which countries in the region have the largest population density?
7. Give examples of mono-national and multinational countries.
8. When and why Europe has become the world hotbed of immigration.
9. Which industries are most characteristic for industrial areas.
10. What are the specific features of fuel and energy.
farms of countries of Western and Eastern Europe.
11. What are the industries specializing in the following industries?
countries: Germany, Romania, Great Britain, Italy, Poland.
12. Compare the transport infrastructure in Western and.
Eastern Europe (leading mode of transport, length.


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