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Photograph questions
Photograph questions
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Photograph questions
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Photograph questions
Photograph questions
Photograph questions
Photograph questions
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Photograph questions
Photograph questions
Photograph questions
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  • 1. Photographs
  • 2. Where is this picture taken?What is the scale of the problem?How does this contribute to climate change?
  • 3. How does this contribute to climate change?Why is this a growing problem?
  • 4. What is happening here?What are the causes?What will the effects be?
  • 5. What does this picture show?What are the causes? What are the impacts?
  • 6. What is happening here?What were the aims? How successful was it?
  • 7. What is the message here?Who produced this?What other methods do they use to get people’s attention?
  • 8. What is happening here?What are the aims? What else do you know?
  • 9. What is happening here? What are the aims? How is this an example of a sustainable strategy?
  • 10. What are these people doing?How is this an example of sustainable development?
  • 11. What is happening here?What are the impacts? How could they be managed?
  • 12. Interpreting photographs Learning objective: to understand and interpret different types of photographs
  • 13. Types of photographs• Aerial photograph – taken directly from above (vertical)• Oblique photograph – taken from an angle from aboveAerial photographsshow a ‘bird’s eye Obliqueview’ while oblique aerialphotographs show a3d view.
  • 14. Types of photographs• Satellite photograph– taken from space.• Can show a large area (e.g. the whole Earth)• They can also zoom in to street level.
  • 15. Which type of photograph?
  • 16. Which type of photograph?
  • 17. Which type of photograph?
  • 18. Which type of photograph?
  • 19. Which type of photograph?
  • 20. Which type of photograph?
  • 21. Interpreting physical features from photographsRelief (the shape of the land):• Is the land sloping or flat?• If slopes, are they steep or gentle?• Are there hills / mountains / valleys? What size / shape are they?River / coastal features:• Is there a river?• Is it long / wide / short / narrow?• Is there a lake?• Are there rivers flowing into the lake?• What is the coastline like?• Is it straight or are there bays and headlands?• Are there beaches? How long / wide are they?• Are there islands in the rivers / sea? Describe their size and shape
  • 22. Interpreting human features from photographsFarmland• Are the fields large / small?• Regular or irregular pattern?• What colour is the land? What does this suggest about what is being grown?• How are the fields separated – hedges, roads, rivers?Settlement• Small settlement – what is the shape? (Nucleated, linear, dispersed)• Housing developments – what pattern is the housing (grid, cul-de-sac etc)? How large / small are the houses? Do they have gardens / garages?• Can you identify shops, schools, places of worship, tourist facilities?Transport & communications• What roads are there (motorways, A roads, small rural roads)?• What transport links can be identified? (airports, railways, ports)
  • 23. Task• Look at the oblique aerial photograph on p11 of your Skills Book.• Describe the physical and human features which can be seen.
  • 24. What is the pattern of land use in this photograph?
  • 25. What are the human features R,S,T in this photograph?

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