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Map skills

Vocab

QuestionAnswer
Compass rose a circular direction maker on a map
Cardical Directions main directions;north ,south , east ,west
Intermediate Directions the "in between directions" NW SW NE SE
Map Key a part of a map that explains what the map symbol stands for
Map Scale a part of a map that compares the distance on the map to a distance in the real world
Map Title words on a map that tells the subject of a map
Inset Map a smaller map set onside a larger map
Physical Map a primary purpuse is to show landforms like mountains deserts and plains
Political Map shows boundries of countries and states;locations of major cities and important bodies of water
Historical Map a map that gives information about something that happened in the past
Grid System an arrangement of lines that divides something into squares such as a map
Created by: DanishakWebster