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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.
Field sketching: Teacher notes. 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.
A field sketch is a basic drawing of something where only the major features of it are drawn. It is drawn from observation only. No measurements are taken.
Step 1: Place a line above the middle of the drawing area for the horizon. Step 2: Change the horizon line to one that is slightly wavy. Step 3: Add stems to some of the flowers with straight or slightly curving lines. Step 4: Trace around a coin to form a round sun in the background.
Sketch maps, i.e., diagrammatic maps or cartograms, are one of the cheapest and most useful of geographic teaching devices. Sketch mapping minimizes irrelevant detail and maximizes major geographic points. Thus such maps are the ultimate in geo- graphic simplification.
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.
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.
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.
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