# Which parts of Orting are most at risk? Some examples of work from pupils.

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Which parts of Orting are most at risk? Some examples of work from pupils

Level 4 : Locating places ….. Draw maps using a key and appropriate symbols Level 4 Locating patterns - Begin to recognise patterns of obvious distributions of places and how they are connected. Teacher says: Draws a sketch map (without colour) but does use a range of symbols (6) labelled in a key. The writing links the places to the volcano and recognises the lahar hazard will follow the floodplain down river. Recognises the pattern that low ground is most at risk.

Locating Places Locate places accurately, use map co- ordinates, understand distance and direction and draw maps with a sense of scale and proportion. Describe obvious geographical patterns and how places are interconnected. Teacher Says: accurate sketch map with a scale and proportion. Includes a key and direction arrow. Writing recognises safety with higher ground (green). Pink highlighting recognises the pattern of danger to all flat land from lahar flows and this danger would come from the nearby Mt. Rainier (interconnection).

Locating: Construct and use maps, showing understanding and accuracy in use of scale, co-ordinates and direction Identify and describe geographical patterns and recognise how places and patterns are interconnected. Teacher Says: The sketch map is accurate and clear with scale and key (but not co-ordinates or direction). Clearly marks the town and the bluffs and refers to them in the text demonstrating understanding of the map. The writing identifies and describes the pattern of high risk on the flood plain (also Terminology) and clearly interconnects the volcano, the floods and the areas at risk with advice to move to bluffs (Terminology).

Locating Construct and use plans and maps and apply map skills accurately to obtain information. Identify and explain geographical patterns and how places and patterns are interconnect ed. Teacher says: another excellent sketch map at a different scale – includes direction of flow arrow and some layer shading. The text gives interconnections (green highlighted). The pattern of danger on the low ground (Flood plain) and relative safety (bluffs) is well explained using technical terms (orange highlighted). With further interconnection of danger down valley (highlighted in pink).

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