HOW WE TRACED THE MAP OF BORDILS.
- A tap measure
- A big wall paper
- A pencil
- A rubber
- A pencil sharpener
- An opaque projector
- A map of Bordils
- Drawing pins
- A ruler
- Blue ribbon.
- First we measured the cork wall. It measured 2 m 80 cm high and 3 m 40 cm wide.
- We drew the cork wall on a squared A-4 paper using the scale 1:20. That means that 1 cm on the map represents 20 cm of the cork wall.
- We decided where we would place the map and we agreed that the best place was in the middle.
- Two pupils calculated the centre of the cork wall. Meanwhile the rest cut two pieces of paper.
- We stack the paper on the cork wall and we decorated it using a blue ribbon as a framework on the edge.
- Using an opaque projector we projected the map of Bordils and we drew up all the lines and words that appeared on the wall map.
- We retraced the lines using felt-tips and we coloured it using crayons, felt-tips and wax colours.
- And this is the result: