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Mapping With TODALS

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Katelyn Murray

on 9 February 2016

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Transcript of Mapping With TODALS

TODALS...What is it?
TODALS
is an
Acronym
that will help you read and create your own map.

TODALS...What does it stand for?
T
itle
O
rientation
D
ate
A
uthor
L
egend
S
cale
T
itle
All maps NEED a title!

It tells us what kind of map we are looking at and what the map is showing.


Target: 4.3.1.2.1
I can create and use various kinds of maps including:
1. overlaying thematic maps of places in the United States, Canada, or Mexico;
2. Incorporate the "
TODALS
" map basics, points, lines, and colored areas to display spatial information.
Creating your own Autobiography Map
You are going to create your own Map!

Follow the check list and make sure you have everything on it in your map!


Mapping With
TODALS

O
rientation
This helps us understand the direction of the map.

Also known as a
Compass Rose.
What is an
Acronym
?
An
Acronym
is a word formed from the
FIRST
letter of each word in a phrase or title.
Examples:

ASAP
A
s
S
oon
A
s
P
ossible

MIA
M
issing
I
n
A
ction
TTYL
T
alk
T
o
Y
ou
L
ater

BTW
B
y
T
he
W
ay
Date
Tells us when the map was created.

Author
Tells us who created the map.

Make sure they are
credible (cartographer).

Legend
Helps us to read map more accurately.

Explains what symbols on the map mean
.
Scale
Shows us distance in miles and kilometers
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