5Red Victorian Push and Pull factors

Today we were learning about the Victorian push and pull factors.

What Does Push Factors Mean?

A push factor is a factor that motivates a person to migrate away from their country or region of residence. Push factors are often used with negative things since they often consist of problems, distressing situations, and political or economic failures.

What Does Pull Factors Mean?

A pull factor is a motivating cause that attracts a person to migrate to another region or country.

What examples can you give for push and pull factors? Table points for children who respond with correct full sentences.

7 thoughts on “5Red Victorian Push and Pull factors

  1. Examples of push and pull factors are
    1. If you don’t have enough money
    2. Streetlights to see outside/in dark
    3. If there are Wars happening
    4. you can get better education for children

  2. You can’t provide for your family and don’t have money. Get free education for your children to learn. not have that much transportation to get to places you have to be early for. Have lots of shops to get food and important stuff from. You won’t have to walk that much than you had to before.
    (Didn’t know it said sentences)

  3. Examples of push and pull factors are:
    Have free education
    Don’t have to walk that much
    Not have many jobs
    Don’t have that much money
    Don’t have that much shops
    Has lots of shops
    Lots of transportation
    ( I am not here to get a table point I just wanted to respond )

  4. Examples of push and pull factors are:
    1)You can get a better payment.
    2)Move in to new houses.
    3)Your friends are moving, so we can follow them.
    4)In the cities you can get good education.

  5. Examples for push and pull factors are:
    1)You could get a better job with a better payment.
    2)In the countryside there aren’t any good jobs so you can’t provide for your family and children.
    3)In the city the children get better education.
    4)All your friends have left for the city so you have to go too.
    5)In the city they have better housing but it is very busy and in the countryside it is calm but with poor housing.

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