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Section 6

Working with the atlas.

Continue with ex. 1, 2, 3, 4

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Section 6

Working with the atlas.

Continue with ex. 1, 2, 3, 4

Slide 1 -Tekstslide

What is the page number of Singapore?

Slide 2 -Open vraag

What is the page number of Amsterdam?

Slide 3 -Open vraag

Where can I find Madagascar?

Slide 4 -Open vraag

What does that H7 H6 mean?
A
Chapter 7 and 6
B
The squares where to find the location
C
The coordinates of the location
D
the Tripadvisor review score

Slide 5 -Quizvraag

Where can I find Kiev?

Slide 6 -Open vraag

Where can I find information about tornadoes in the United States?

Slide 7 -Open vraag

Which region in the US has the most tornadoes per year?
A
North
B
South
C
Middle
D
Coast

Slide 8 -Quizvraag

Find the map about infrastructure in Korea and Japan

Slide 9 -Open vraag

Go to page 212/213 and look at Japan. Where can I find what the red triangle and grey circle mean?
A
The legend in the front of the atlas
B
The legend in the middle of the atlas
C
The legend on map 212/213
D
You just have to know the meaning by heart

Slide 10 -Quizvraag

How many inhabitants does Mexico City have?
A
more than 5 million inhabitants
B
between 1 - 5 million inhabitants
C
500.000 - 1 million inhabitants
D
250.000 - 500.000 inhabitants

Slide 11 -Quizvraag

Homework

Finish exercise 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8

1 - 5 Atlas exercises

Slide 12 -Tekstslide

Locating places on the globe

Slide 13 -Tekstslide

Where can I locate Cairo?
• Explaining by using other (unknown) places

• Not an exact location

Slide 14 -Tekstslide

Locating places on the globe
To locate the exact position of a place, you need two pieces of information:

• The latitude: Breedtegraad
• The longitude: Lengtegraad

Slide 15 -Tekstslide

Latitude
Circles of latitude are imaginary horizontal circles around the globe.

The equator:
• Is a circle of latitude
• Divides the Earth in North and South
• Is at zero
• Everything above the equator is N
• Everything below the equator is S

Latitude:

Circles of latitude are imaginary horizontal circles around the globe.

The equator:
• Is a circle of latitude
• Divides the Earth in North and South
• Is at zero°

• Everything above the equator is N
• Everything below the equator is S

Slide 17 -Tekstslide

Longitude

Circles of longitude are imaginary
vertical circles around the globe.

The prime meridian:
• Is a circle of longitude
• Divides the Earth in East and West
• Is at zero°

• Everything right from the prime meridian is E
• Everything left from the prime meridian is W

Slide 20 -Tekstslide

Coordinates
Northern latitude = NL
Southern latitude = SL
Eastern latitude = EL
Western latitude = WL
Degrees = °

Slide 21 -Tekstslide

How to find the exact location

Steps:
1. Find the place on the most zoomed in map as possible
2. Is the place N or S?
3. Find the latitude.
4. Is the place E or W?
5. Find the longitude

Slide 22 -Tekstslide

Locating places
Together, find the exact location of the following cities:

• Hamburg
• Manaus

Slide 23 -Tekstslide

Now in pairs find the exact location of:

Tokio
Rio de Janeiro
Los Angeles
Stockholm

• 35° N, 140° E
• 23° S, 43° W
• 34° N, 118° W
• 59° N, 16° E

Slide 24 -Tekstslide

Locating places on the globe
Make question 7

Slide 25 -Tekstslide

Reversed locating
So far you've learned how to find the coordinates of a place.
Now you're going to learn how to find a place when you only know the coordinates.

Slide 26 -Tekstslide

Reversed locating
Note:
Find the place belonging to the coordinates by using the atlas.
1. Start global with the world map
2. Zoom in to the most detailed map possible
3. Find the latitude
4. Find the longitude
5. Pinpoint the place

Slide 27 -Tekstslide

Reversed location
Together:
3°N, 162°E
7°S, 132°E
7.2°N, 7.15°E

Slide 28 -Tekstslide

Workbook exercises

6, 7, 8

Done? Prepare for next week's test by learning all blue keywords.