An answer key. Worksheets , Printables , Interactive Notebooks. Reading , Social Studies - History , Geography. Kindergarten , 1 st. Worksheets , Activities , Printables. Absolute location is a very important geography concepts that all students must master. Latitude and longitude are two very important tools as well. This assignment encourages students to find 20 American cities on a map using only their coordinates. The assignment includes an answer key for easy. Social Studies - History , U. History , Geography. Absolute and Relative Location Scavenger Hunt.
Students go on a scavenger hunt for locations in the school and find the absolute and relative locations of those places. Locating Absolute and Relative Location. Students find the absolute and relative locations of U. Projects , Activities , Internet Activities. Have fun teaching absolute and relative location with this 5-E lesson!
A variety of activities will keep your students engaged while they master their map skills! A guided lesson easily takes you through each activity.
Vocabulary covered: Absolute location, relative location, cardinal directions,. Activities , Fun Stuff , Cooperative Learning. Students will read about the difference between absolute and relative locations. They will do a fun activity using grids to practice reading simple longitude and latitude coordinates.
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At the end of the page students will draw a DEER anywhere on the page and explain its relationship to another thing on the picture. PreK , Kindergarten , 1 st , 2 nd. Activities , Fun Stuff , Interactive Notebooks. Teacher Instructions I use this quick little game to review the relative locations of countries and major landforms during a physical geography unit. This particular version concentrates on Southwest Asia and North Africa.
Use the USGS poster map projections, as well as cartography texts to illustrate how distance, direction, angle, or area have to be distorted.
You might need a small scale map to travel from your city to the other city, but then when you reach the other city, you need a large scale map to reach the block of your final destination within that city. Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, 11 Aug. More people meant more tobacco and so a higher tax. Keywords: extreme temperature events, mortality, human biometeorology. Influenza virus transmission is dependent on relative humidity and temperature.
If you had to choose 3 of the 4 attributes to keep accurate, what would they be? Illustrate how choosing the map projection depends on the application. Illustrate how the projection of the map is more evident on a small-scale than on a large-scale map. Examine how maps were made in the past and the present. Obtain some negatives and scribing materials from a film or drafting company. Obtain a scribing instrument; a sharp nail or compass end will suffice. Pencil in some contour lines on the film and have students try to follow them with the scribing instrument.
Alternatively, use pencils and tracing paper laid on top of USGS topographic maps. Discuss the fact that most topographic maps were prepared using manual scribing instruments and tracing. Discuss why film was used rather than paper: Film does not shrink or swell as much as paper with changes in temperature and humidity, thus preserving the National Map Accuracy Standards.
Discuss Geographic Information Systems GIS and the capability of drawing all points, lines, and areas on the computer.
Ask the students to describe the advantages of making maps on the computer versus by hand. Advantages include the ability to easily change the symbology, projection, scale, and then to have the map layers available for analysis in a GIS. Visit Web sites running Internet map server software, where students can construct a map with a Web browser. Ask students how they can identify a stadium, lake, golf course, school, office building, hospital, church, stream, mountain, and other features on an aerial photograph.
The world is more complex than is at first realized. A school might have an athletic track, but what about schools in a dense urban area? Do they always have a track? Some schools might have a characteristic "pull out" drive for drop-offs, but does your school have one? Ask students to identify the time of year that the photograph was taken.
What are the clues? Do the leaves on the trees provide any hints? Ask students to identify the time of day the photograph was taken. What does the presence or absence of vehicles in the school parking lot tell you about the day of the week and the time of day? What is the best time to take a photograph if you are going to make a map from the photograph?
Near solar noon is best to minimize shadow. Near the summer solstice is best also to minimize shadow, except in heavily timbered areas, when "leaf-off" times are best in March and November. Discuss the need to see the world in three dimensions for creating contour lines. Show "magic eye" images. Can the students see them in three dimensions?
Obtain a stereo viewer and obtain stereo aerial pairs. Hubbard Scientific is one publisher of these in print form.
There are also many stereo pairs on the web. If students have difficulty, tape the photographs on the table in the correct overlap position. Grade Levels : Secondary Time Required : hours Materials Required : Topographic map, other types of thematic maps, aerial photographs. Select an area on the map, then click "Add" and "Download" at the bottom of the page for free digital downloads. Put a sheet of tracing paper over the photograph and tape it down.
On the tracing paper, decide which features you will categorize and then map. These can include streets, sidewalk, the school building, trees, streams, the playground, the track, the flagpole, and other features. Decide the color and symbology that you will use to draw each feature type.