Year9_River7_Grid Ref Recap for exam

How to do 4 figure and 6 figure grid references!

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Year9_River7_Grid Ref Recap for exam

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How to do 4 figure and 6 figure grid references!
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  1. Grid References

    Slide 1 - Grid References

    • Grid References explained on Mapzone
  2. Step 1 – Get grid references Step 2 – Colour in Eastings red and Northings blueRemember line to the left first, then the line to the bottom!

    Slide 2 - Step 1 – Get grid references Step 2 – Colour in Eastings red and Northings blueRemember line to the left first, then the line to the bottom!

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    • Activity: Handout and label
    • 4 Figure Grid References
    • Answers
    • Moon =
  3. Step 1 – Get grid references Step 2 – Colour in Eastings red and Northings blueRemember line to the left first, then the line to the bottom!

    Slide 3 - Step 1 – Get grid references Step 2 – Colour in Eastings red and Northings blueRemember line to the left first, then the line to the bottom!

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    • Activity: Handout and label
    • 4 Figure Grid References
    • Answers
    • Moon = 5027
    • Tree =5327
    • Padlock = 5126
    • Lighting = 5226
    • Lighthouse = 5225
    • Lion = 5024
    • Sun = 5224
    • Heart = 5324
    • Books = 5123
    • Tractor = 5323
  4. 4 Figure Grid References

    Slide 4 - 4 Figure Grid References

    • To make places easier to find on maps
    • we use grid references. On ordnance survey maps this is a grid of squares drawn on top of maps and these lines are numbered. The lines that run north to south are called ‘Eastings’. They increase as the lines move East. The lines that run east to west on the map are called ‘Northings’. They increase as the lines go North.
    • Activity: Read page 132 in Foundations
    • Activity 1: Show Powerpoint on Grid References
    • Activity 2: Do handout on next slide
    • Questions: Page 133, Q 1 – Q5
  5. What is the 6-figure grid reference for …?

    Slide 5 - What is the 6-figure grid reference for …?

  6. Slide 6

    • Questions
    • Bus Station =
    • Church with tower
    • Middle of Coniferous Forest =
    • Public Phone = ______
    • Battle field =
    • Farm Symbol =
    • Middle of Quarry =
    • Church with Spire = 69_33_
    • The Broadcasting Tower closest to Naperton =
    • Church in Bingham =
    • Bridge =
    • 6 Figure Grid References
    • Activity: Handout and label
  7. Slide 7

    • Answers
    • Bus Station = 692332
    • Church with tower= 680320
    • Middle of Coniferous Forest = 706312
    • Public Phone =680317
    • Battle field = 705342
    • Farm Symbol = 686326
    • Middle of Quarry =712342
    • Church with Spire =695338
    • The Broadcasting Tower closest to Naperton =692322
    • Church in Bingham =678319
    • Bridge = 713307
    • 6 Figure Grid References
    • Activity: Handout and label
  8. 6 Figure Grid References

    Slide 8 - 6 Figure Grid References

    • To give a 6 figure grid reference is
    • simple. Give the number of the line on
    • the left of the symbol and then count across how many tenths the symbol is across the square and put this number at the end. The next step is to give the number of the line below the symbol, count the number of tenths the symbol is ‘up’ the square. Add this number to the end of your original number. You now should have a 6 figure grid reference.
    • Read: Read page 134 new Foundations
    • Activity 1: Show PowerPoint on Grid References (use dots in centre of Icon)
    • Activity 2: Do handout on next slide
    • Questions: Page 100, Q1 & Q2