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Controlled assessment - How distinctive is the coast?

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  • http://www.flickr.com/search/show/?q=coastline+uk
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/classroomgeography/sets/72157629516709186/show/ Classroom Geography
  • Introduction with the key question
  • For example – is there any economic activty?
  • Learning Obs
  • For example – is there any economic activty?
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    • 1. In a globalised world, is anything ever distinctive?
    • 2. Distinctive The same
    • 3. What is distinctive about the coastline?List 5 reasons features of the coastline thatcould be distinctive or the same.http://www.flickr.com/search/show/?q=coastline+uk
    • 4. Geomorphic Processes.Coastal management.Land use.
    • 5. SocialEnvironmentalEconomicWhy is there a need to protect the coast?
    • 6. You will be able to:1. Suggest your own key questions basedon the main enquiry question.2. Understand the features of a C+Fieldwork Focus.
    • 7. Look through last year’s work.In pairs: prepare a 1 minute talk:• What do you have to do?• What tips are there to do well?
    • 8. How do I go about a geographical enquiry?PublishProduceyour workSelectthe best InformationGatherInformationAsk questionsEvaluateQuestionsanswered?Criteria met?NoYesStartHereWho? Where? When?Why? What? How?What do you need to find out?How will you present the information?BIASFor and AgainstAudiencePowerPoint, Publisher, Poster, Oral,Visual, Play, podcast, Video, Report..Improvehttp://flickr.com/photos/milivoj
    • 9. What is distinctive about Hengistbury Head?List 5 reasons features of the coastline thatcould be distinctive or the same.http://www.flickr.com/photos/classroomgeography/sets/72157629516709186/show/
    • 10. What is distinctiveabout HengistburyHead?.On the A2 paperas a group.Suggest somequestions linkedto the main enquiryquestion.KQ: How do we define ‘distinctive’?KQ: Where is Hengistbury Headand what is it like?
    • 11. For exampleKQ: Is there evidence of geomorphicprocesses at Hengistbury Head?
    • 12. Your questions:
    • 13. How do I go about a geographical enquiry?PublishProduceyour workSelectthe best InformationGatherInformationAsk questionsEvaluateQuestionsanswered?Criteria met?NoYesStartHereWho? Where? When?Why? What? How?What do you need to find out?How will you present the information?BIASFor and AgainstAudiencePowerPoint, Publisher, Poster, Oral,Visual, Play, podcast, Video, Report..Improvehttp://flickr.com/photos/milivoj
    • 14. What is distinctiveabout HengistburyHead?Your own key questions.THINK! How will youprovide data to answeryour question?
    • 15. For exampleData? = Land use map, visitor locationsurvey, questionnaire, photos, etc.KQ: Do visitors think that HengistburyHead is special?
    • 16. Year 10 Controlled AssessmentSpring / Summer 2012“How distinctive is HengistburyHead?”Name ______________________________________________Teacher ______________________________________________Tutor group ______________________________________________Date of field visit ______________________________________________
    • 17. “How distinctive is Hengistbury Head?”key questions12345
    • 18. 2. Understand the features of a C+ Fieldwork Focus.1. Look at theexamples of work.Scan read them2. Rank the work.Best on the right.3. Write 5 bulletpoints. What makesa C+?4. Explore theassessment criteria.Highlight areas thatneed clarification
    • 19. What are you weakest at?Think back and reflect on your work.Identify 2 areas for development from themark scheme.Write 2 targets.
    • 20. How distinctive isHengistbury Head?• INDIVIDUALLY!• Plan how you couldanswer the title Q• Choose 5 KQs andmind-map how youcould answer them• IMPORTANT: thinkabout data!POSSIBLE KQ’S:- Where is H.H. and what is it like?- What does ‘distinctive’ mean andare there any distinctive features atH.H.?- How is land used at H.H. and is itworth protecting?- Why is H.H. a SSSI and what is anSSSI?- Are there any unique landforms orprocesses at H.H.?- What coastal managementtechniques are used at H.H.?- Is there evidence of geomorphicprocesses at H Head?- Do visitors or residents think that HHead is special?
    • 21. Where is Hengistbury Head and whatis it like?Using the maps:1. Describe the location of Hengistbury Head inwords.2. Use Google Earth and OS maps to see if thereis evidence to answer your key questions. Makeadjustments.
    • 22. One of theeffects ofbeing adistinctivearea?
    • 23. Fieldtrip logisticsClothingKitPhone / cameraTimesHow to do questionnaire interviewGroups of 2-3 max.

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