ECU103 - Weebly

ECU103 - Weebly

ECU103 Week 2: Maps, Mapping and describing our world Maps Types of maps

http://www.abc.net.au/indigenous/map/maps https://www.google.com.au/maps http:// www.infoplease.com/world/geography/types-m aps.html http://www.ga.gov.au/data-pubs/maps http://maps.nationalgeographic.com/maps

What makes a map a map? (BOLTSS) order, orientation, legend, title, scale,

source Geography https://online.cdu.edu.au/bbcswebdav/courses/ECU103_Sem2_2013/The%20Geographic%20Perspective.pdf What type of map am I?

How does the information on this map relate to what we know about different parts of the world? What type of map am I? How does the information on this map relate to what we know about different parts of the world?

What type of map am I? How does the information on this map relate to what we know about different parts of the world? What type of map am I? How does the information on this map relate to what we know about

different parts of the Australia? What type of map am I? How does the information on this map relate to what we know about different parts of the world? What type of map am I?

How does the information on this map relate to what we know about different parts of the world? What type of map am I? How does the information on this map relate to what we know about different parts of the world?

What type of map am I? How does the information on this map relate to what we know about different parts of Australia? Interactive map of the world

Mental mapping A mental map is an individuals internalised representation of aspects of the earths surface ( http://education.nationalgeographic.com/education/standards/national-geography-standards/2/ ?ar_a=1 )

Mental maps reflect what a person knows about a place, in terms of characteristics, distances and scale Mental maps tend to be quite subjective and reflect experiences, observations and interests Developing mental maps

Individually draw a mental map of the path from the post office

to the classroom Remember to include physical and human features (landmarks), scale and if possible direction Go for a walk to follow your map, are there any significant features you have left out? Add these now Compare your map with other in the classroom, what differences or similarities can you see? Compare your mental map with a digital map available on your

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