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  • 1. UNIT: ORIENTEERING Tema bilingüe 1º ESO Mª José Barrionuevo Martín
  • 2. INDICE
    • CONCEPT
    • THE MAP
    • CONTROLS
    • CONTROL CARD
    • RESULTS
    • THE COMPASS
  • 3. CONCEPT
    • Orienteering is an outdoor sport using maps to find one's way.
    • Participants are given a map, usually a specially prepared orienteering map, which they use to find control points.
    • TYPES OF ORIENTEERING: 
    • Foot orienteering 
    • Mountain bike orienteering 
    • Ski orienteering 
    • Trail orienteering ( in wheelchair)
  • 4. THE MAP
    • Orienteering maps are topographical maps
    • They show hills and valleys very detailed.
    • The orienteering course is marked in purple or red on a map.
    • A triangle is used to indicate the start and a double circle indicates the finish. Circles are used to show the control points.
  • 5. TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP
  • 6. CONTROLS
    • Control points are marked in the terrain by white and orange "flags".
  • 7. CONTROL CARD
    • Each competitor must carry a control card, and has to present it at the Start and hand it in at the Finish.
    • To show that the competitor has completed the course correctly.
  • 8. CONTROL CARD
  • 9. RESULTS
    • The winner is the competitor who has found and passed through all control points with the fastest time.
  • 10. THE COMPASS
    • It is exactly the same as the ones we use in class. 
    • Here you have an orienteering compass.
  • 11.
    • THE COMPASS