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Re-read the first several chapters that gave a great description of the shape. As you are trying to label the places described, continue to refer back to the chapters and place them according to the author's descriptions. As you begin mapping, use a full sheet so that your labels will be clear and large enough to see. Use a lot of detail as you map and label. I always remind my students to place the labels on the map as they are reading each chapter, so they are not having to "hunt" for the information twice.
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