Bearing map

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Bearing map

  1. 1. Chapter 8 : Bearing8.1 Students will be able to :1) Draw and label the eight main compassdirections.SW EN
  2. 2. 2) Draw a diagram of a point which shows thedirection of B relative to another point A giventhebearing of B from A.Example : -Given that the bearing of B from A is 065º. Draw adiagram to show the bearing of B from A.A
  3. 3. Step 1:Draw the north direction at point A.Step 2:Use a protractor to measure the angle 65ºclock-wise from the north direction. Labelthe point marked as B.Step 3:Draw a straight line from A to B.
  4. 4. 3 ) State the bearing of point A from point B given thebearing of point B from point A.Example :Bearing of Bfrom ADiagram Bearing of Afrom B167ºAN
  5. 5. Step 1 : Sketch the bearing of B from AStep 2 : Draw another north direction atpoint B parallel to the northdirection at point AStep 3: Find the bearing of point A frompoint B using the concept oflines and angles
  6. 6. Reinforcement ActivityStudents will be able to determine the bearing of one place fromanother from the mapStep 1 : Students are divided into groups of five. Each group isgiven a map of MalaysiaStep 2 : Students are told to identify two places on the map, forexample Kuala Lumpur and Taman NegaraStep 3 : Students use a protractor to find the bearing of TamanNegara from Kuala Lumpur and vice-versa, applying the concept ofbearing they had just learned

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