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Content description VCGGC089

Geography / Levels 5 and 6 / Geographical Concepts and Skills / Data and information
Content description
Represent the location of places and other types of geographical data and information in different forms including diagrams, field sketches and large-scale and small-scale maps that conform to cartographic conventions of border, scale, legend, title, north point and source; using digital and spatial technologies as appropriate
  1. summarising the points of view on an issue, for example in a planning or environmental dispute
  2. developing a diagram to show the similarities and differences in official languages and religions across a number of countries
  3. creating maps such as flow and choropleth maps, or plans for specific purposes. For example, a flow map to show the connections Australia has with other countries, or a bushfire management plan mapping geographical data using spatial technologies, the location of recent bushfires in Australia, or information they have collected through fieldwork
  4. annotating a map to show places and their features in Australia and in selected countries of North America and Europe
  5. creating small-scale maps to show connections between places
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