USING AND UNDERSTANDING LEGENDS ON MAPS
Students look for symbols that are common to their life experience. They evaluate the effectiveness of symbols by comparing and contrasting symbols on a variety of maps. They demonstrate understanding of symbols in legends by creating a map.
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