14. Turn the globe and viewing Magellan’s journey. Click and drag the globe until you find stop 9.!Q6: What is the name of this stop? (Hint: Click on the stop and read the name in the popup.)Guam At this stop, native people carrying clubs, spears, and shields surrounded Magellan’s ships. Magellan used crossbows, a type of bow and arrow, to kill some of them. These native people, called Chamorros, left in their canoes. Magellan stole their water and food and used cannons to bomb their village.Magellan’s fleet sailed away as hundreds of Chamorros returned in their canoes to fight. You will measure the distance Magellan traveled across the Pacific Ocean.15. Return to the M1L2 tab and then click the Measure tool. A Measure window appears.16.17. Click the Choose Units button, point to Distance, and choose Nautical Miles.Thinking Spatially Using GIS
18. Click the red star on the map at Stop 7 in South America and click along Magellan’s Route untilyou pass through Stop 8, Stop 9, Stop 10 and then double click on the star at Stop 11 in the Philippines.!Q7: Look at the information in the Measure window. What distance did Magellan travel on hisvoyage from South America to Asia? (Hint: Use the in the Measurement Results window.)Write the answer here 8,105.544nm19. Close the Measure window.Task 5: Magellan decided to sail to the Philippines instead of the Spice Islands(Moluccas)At this point, Magellan decided to sail to the Philippines. Follow his route.20. Click on the Magellan’s Route 3D tab in your browser, hover over the slide icons at the bottom and find the 150 degree slide. Click on the 150 degree slide to turn the globe.The globe has turned to 150 degrees longitude. On the next slide, you will zoom in for a closer look.21. Click on the next slide Zoom into the Philippines.!Q8: How did your map change? (Circle all the correct answers.)On March 16, 1521, four months after leaving the west coast of South America, Magellan reached the Philippine Islands.22. Return to the M1L2 tab.Note: If you make a mistake, double- ‐click anywhere to stop measuring. Then start over by clicking Stop 7.
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