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Historical Thinking Skills Interactives: Reading Maps

Students can learn much about how the world used to be perceived by studying old maps. This set of activities looks at three elements of map making and map reading perspective, symbols and data and help students see that maps
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Students can learn much about how the world used to be perceived by studying old maps. This set of activities looks at three elements of map-making and map reading - perspective, symbols and data - and help students see that maps reflect both the knowledge and requirements of their makers.

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