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# Surveying Technician – Yesterday

 Directions/Sketch Dialogue Material Words Two surveying technicians are standing outdoors and want to measure the distance between two points. The reporter comes and asks: The surveying technicians measure the distance. After having finished they come back to the reporter. The first surveying technician remarks   He shows the reporter a field book with a sketch. The reporter asks one more question     The setting changes. Now there is another surveying technician sitting in an office at a desk The reporter interviews again     The camera zooms at the paper  while explaining she maps the data   The reporter says goodbye Reporter: Hello, I’m from the BBC and we want to make a report about surveying technicians from yesterday till tomorrow. How do you measure distances? Alexander: We start at one parcel border point, measure the length to the next boundary stone and read the result from the measuring tape. We’ll show you! Reporter: It is possible that you make mistakes, isn’t it? Can you give examples for this? Stefan: Oh yes, of course it is! We can come out of the line or it is possible that we can differ in the height. So the distance is shown too long. Alexander: It’s also possible that we read a wrong figure from the tape! Reporter: And how do you keep the measuring data in mind? Stefan: We write and draw the data in a field book. Look here!   Reporter: What do you do with the data after having finished the measurement? Alexander: We give it to the guys in our office. Would you like to join us? Reporter: Oh yes, of course!     Reporter: Hallo, I’m interested in distance measurements and I’d like to know what do you do with the data. Annabeth: Oh, that’s nice! We have to map the data, so finally we’ll have produced a new map . Reporter: Can you show me how you do mapping? Annabeth: Yes, of course. I’ve already got new data for mapping. For mapping I only need few things: A scale, a pencil, a mapping-needle, an ink pen and paper. With the mapping-needle I mark the beginning of the line, then I take the scale and mark the ending. With the pencil I connect the two marks, check the length and at last I draw the line with the ink pen. two sight poles measuring tape field book frame                                   desk shelf scale ink pen paper mapping-needle triangles maybe some maps on the wall in the background sight pole- Fluchtstange field book frame- Feldbuchrahmen outdoors- draußen parcel border point- Grenzpunkt boundary stone- Grenzstein   height- Höhe                              scale- Maßstab     mapping-needle- Kartiernadel

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