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Ordnance Survey Map Symbols 1: Nav 1_2_02
A. The Upland Environment
Contour Lines Rocky Outcrop
Quarry Spoil Heap
Coniferous Wood Non-Coniferous Wood
Mixed WoodRadio Mast
Triangulation Pillar Wind turbine/pump
Building (Hut) Electricity Line
B. Water Features
Flat Rock Shingle
C. Paths, Roads & Other Lines
County Boundary National Boundary
D. Tourist Information
Post OfficeCar Park
Public House Public Convenience
Telephone Pick Nick Area
S KNOW YOUR SYMBOLS Produced by David Morris. S KNOW YOUR SYMBOLS What are map symbols? Why do we have them? Why should we try to remember them? If we.
KNOW YOUR SYMBOLS.
Secondary road >4m Woodland Footpaths Bridleways Motorway Major road Minor road <4m Other road/track Buildings Pylon line Railway ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Symbols[Date] Today I will: - Be able to identify the main symbols using a key Geography Maps.
Map symbols. What are map symbols? Maps give us a lot of information and there is not much room for labels. So we use symbols to save space and make the.
The Key Remember, that the symbols are relevant only to the map you are using! Symbols change across different manufacturers maps, and may even change.
MAP SYMBOL BINGO. THE RULES Cross off the symbols on your sheet when you see the matching image When you have crossed off all six of your symbols shout.
What are conventional signs? Conventional signs are symbols used on maps to represent different features. The symbols are explained in the key of the.
Objective: To use ordnance survey map symbols How do I use map symbols to find landmarks in my local area? Starter activity: Why do we use symbols on maps?
Map Skills 3 ‘OS Symbols’ To understand how we use map symbols to identify different places on a map. 1. Explain the terms ‘Symbols’ and ‘Key’. What.
Identify/draw the map symbols. Picnic Site Coniferous Woodland.
Constructing cross sections Starter: look at these diagrams of contour lines. 1.Describe the relief for the first 3 contours 2.Which direction would the.
Locational Importance Lesson 6. Lesson Aims: By the end of the lesson you will be able to 1.Pick out the key features from an Ordnance Survey map 2.Describe.
Using maps and images. Figure 1 Old Quarries at GR TQ ( map centre) North Downs at OS 1:25,000 Explorer map No 171 Figure 2 Map centred at GR TQ
Railway and Bus Stations The symbols on the left mean places of public transport. They are always red and black symbols. Click the green buttons on the.
Nav B_4: Contours. Learning Intention: To enable you to understand and interpret contour lines on an OS map.
© Boardworks Ltd of 16 OS Symbols and Grid References.
Geography Basic vocabulary. Earth Globe axis equator hemisphere pole Tropic of Cancer Tropic of Capricorn Prime meridian rotation Arctic circle Antarctic.
Study area: Knaresborough LOCATION IN THE UK Describe the location of where Knaresborough is in the UK -County -Nearest cities/towns -Ports -Airports.
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. What is a Map? An illustration of a whole or part of an area. The job of a map is to describe spatial relationships of specific features that the map.
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Navigation I. Nav 1_1: Maps, Scale and Distance Learning Intention: To familiarise you with the main features of an Ordnance Survey map.
Types of Maps. Political Map Designed to show governmental boundaries of countries, states, and countries, the location of major cities, and they usually.
LO: to recognise the most common OS map symbols and begin to use these on maps.
Linear Settlement. Port Settlement. Capital Cities.
Topographic Maps Unit 4.2 Types of Maps b b Climate maps give general information about the climate and precipitation of a region. Cartographers use.
Map Skills Lesson Five : Contour Lines. Geographical features: Physical or Human? Sort the map symbols into categories of physical (natural features)
Types of Maps. Compass Rose: indicates which direction is north, south, east and west. Scale Key/Legend: explains symbols or colors used on the map. Scale:
Electricity Full power. Where does electricity come from? Electricity can come from many forms such as: natural resources : coal and, oil. Wind energy:
Key Word Anagrams. C T O N O U R Contour Key Word Anagrams.
How do we use map symbols? Page 96/97. Why do we use symbols? When drawing a map to scale it is important to include as much detail as possible – however.
Red – paved roads, highway numbers and to shade in areas of urban development. Orange – unpaved roads. Brown – contour lines, contour elevations, spot.
© Boardworks Ltd of 24 OS Symbols and Grid References These icons indicate that teacher’s notes or useful web addresses are available in the Notes.
Lesson Four: Ordnance Survey Maps (Year four). Types of maps View a range of different types of map on your table (Ordnance Survey maps, tube maps, bus.
Interpreting Map Features and Legends (c7B) Forestry.
FrancisciWG.1d. Thematic Maps: Thematic Map: A map that shows patterns often emphasizing one subject or theme. Thematic maps are useful because only one.
Map Reading and Interpretation Symbols and Color Coding.
Digimap for Schools Geography Resources Then and now quiz maps © EDINA at University of Edinburgh 2013 This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution.
Mapskills How do we use maps?. Contents What are maps?Compasses... Using DirectionMap symbols 4 Figure Grid Refs6 Figure Grid Refs Finding heightsDistance.
LEGEND Mobile Telephone Switching Office Local Switching Center Cell Tower + Coverage Area Home Phone (Landline) Cell Phone Satellite Phone Communication.
Interpreting maps Symbols are used to show features on a map: Trig or triangulation station BridgeState highway SwampRadio mast ForestRailway line.
What are we learning about today? Say what you see to find out… +S.
Maps & Globes Introduction. What is a map A map is a flat representation of the earth’s land and water features. They give us directions and show us where.
Types of Maps – Physical maps Show landforms Shows water features May show relief ( how flat or rugged the land surface is) May show elevation- height.
What you will be expected to do be prepared to use any sort of map. The most common are Ordnance survey maps at 1:50000 and 1:25000, but other types have.
Different Uses of Maps and Diagrams. Different uses of maps and diagrams Maps show lots of different things. There are three main types: General Thematic.
Types of Maps. Climate Maps Climate maps = give general information about the climate and precipitation (rain, snow, etc.) of a region. Cartographers,
To read a map you need to understand compass directions, grid references and the map's key and scale. You need to be able to find features when given.
How to answer….. An O.S. map-based Advantages/DisadvantagesQuestion.
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