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In geography, we use field sketches to record information when studying places outside the classroom. They allow students to highlight and annotate the key features of the place being observed. Field and photo sketches can also be used to illustrate students' stories and reports.
Field sketches are an effective way of recording observations made during fieldwork the outside- the-classroom learning experiences that have a geographical focus or intent. Fieldwork may involve a study in the school grounds, in the area immediately surrounding the school, or further afield.
Types of qualitative data Field sketches and photographs - this is when a snapshot of a landscape is taken, either with a camera or by drawing. Field sketches and photographs provide a good reminder of what a place is like.
Drawings can be of the whole specimen or of part of the specimen. The field drawing activity is designed to show your students how illustrations and text in a field book help describe a specimen at the time it was collected. Students study examples of field drawings and identify types of text that describe the image.
Identify the landscape that needs to be sketched. Write a title that will help to locate the sketch, eg 'Site One'. Draw an outline of the main features of the landscape with a pencil, eg hills and valleys or buildings and roads.
A 'section drawing', 'section' or 'sectional drawing' shows a view of a structure as though it had been sliced in half or cut along another imaginary plane. Plan drawings are in fact a type of section, but they cut through the building on a horizontal rather than vertical plane.
Annotation: a brief sentence, descriptive and/or explanation, applied to a particular feature or features on a map, diagram or photograph. This allows you to be clear about the extent of the geographical area covered by the base map.
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