map reading

map reading

[′map ‚rēd·iŋ]
(mapping)
Interpretation of the symbols, lines, abbreviations, and terms appearing on maps.
(navigation)
The determination of position by identification of landmarks with their representations on a map or chart.

map reading

The determination of position by the identification of landmarks with their representations on a map or a chart.
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You and I need to develop the ability and comprehension of map reading. Understanding where we are, going through each place on our own, through the process of discovery.
It is divided into three major sections: Map reading, map analysis, and map interpretation.
The group of participating students will work towards their Bronze Award over a nine-month period, which will allow them to work on specific skills such as map reading and navigation, test and build their physical ability and show how they can work with the community around them in a positive way.
Participation would involve researchers recording an interview with you at Teesside University during which you will read a short passage and word list, take part in a map reading task, and give your opinions on your town and the accents of the area.
Consider collaborating with the history teacher on a project focusing on primary source materials, map reading, and history.
Tyner, The World of Maps: Map reading and interpretation for the 21st century.
No experience of map reading is necessary and all the family can join in the fun.
As stated in the Training Circular (TC) 3-25.26, Map Reading and Land Navigation, "The Soldier must continually make use of the skills he has acquired to remain proficient in them.
The art of map reading Is it worth shelling out for a private mole check for reassurance?
Training included firing, weapon handling, Map reading and physical fitness.
He said the students would study ethics, basics of transportation, map reading and effective communication with passengers.