Intro task 1) On a blank sheet of paper, without looking at anyone else or discussing, try and draw a map of the world. Work in pairs and try to find… Using the contents page (at the front) and the index pages (at the back) find the following maps and write down the page numbers on your lined paper. 1) North Ireland 4) South America 2) Oceania 5) The Middle East Oil and Water 3) France 6) The world: agriculture 7) Eastern Europe and Turkey 8) Northern Scotland A little harder… Find out the following information using the contents and index page. Next to your answers write the page number in which you found the information 9) Which two countries are closest to Malaysia? 10) Which three bodies of water surround Scotland? 11) What is the total population of Peru? 12) What is the Gross National Income of Malaysia? Even harder! 13) How many hours ahead of GMT (Grenwich Mean Time) is Mumbai? 14) What is Asia’s busiest airport? 15) Which 3 countries border Sweden? 16) Name 5 Asian cities with a population greater than 10 million. 17) What is the capital of Tanzania? 18) Where in the world is it difficult to find access to safe drinking water? Warm up! You have 5 minutes to fill in the names of as many countries in Asia as you can on the blank map you have been given. Good luck! On your whiteboards… Make a list of 10 key words that you would associate with Malaysia. You will have to justify why you have chosen them. Your time to shine… Use the atlas to learn as many different things as you can about Malaysia. As you have found atlases contain huge amounts of information about different places in the world. You can discuss everything from; Population to major cities, tourism, water supply, surrounding bodies of water and much much more! Write the answers up in your notebooks.