GCSE Coasts Controlled Assessment - data collection

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  • 1. Feedback sheet : choose a target• I will link to, and explain, geomorphic processes• I will link my KQs to theory & apply key geographical terms• I will describe, explain & evaluate my methods clearly• I will analyse location maps to describe & explain whatmakes H.H. distinctive
  • 2. Data Collection Method GridDraft due – 2nd May
  • 3. SecondaryDataPrimaryDataUse ofTechnologyMust plan your data collection
  • 4. Support material reminderType in ‘Hengistbury Head’ into thesearch box
  • 5. Support material reminder Type in ‘Hengistbury Head’ into the searchbox or use the Tag Cloud
  • 6. Some key datesDataPresentation, Method &Setting the Scene by13th JuneHigh ControlConclusion, Analysis, Evaluation – week of the17th JuneAll in by30th June
  • 7. KeyquestionMethod Description Importance ofDataProblems /LimitationsPossibledevelopmentAre thereenoughservices tomeet theneeds of newresidents?Questionnaire An area ofCommercialRoad was chosen(see map 3)within the CBD.We randomlyapproachedpeople toanswer thequestionnaire.We asked 50people• Important toidentify whichservices residentsvalue and access mostoften.• This data will becombined with theServices Map (Map 3)to evaluate whetherthere are enoughservices• Sample is quite smallconsidering the totalfootfall in CommercialRoad. Will have to becorroborated bysecondary data.• The total amount ofpeople in CommercialRoad seemed low.• There was only a 50%success rate in askingthe questionnaire• A larger samplewould allowbetter conclusionsto be made.•Collect data ondifferent days ofthe week to give aclearer picture.• Cut down thenumber andcomplexity ofquestions toimprove thesuccess rate.Taken fromIntroductionplanningsheetIncludeTechnology, secondary dataInclude yoursamplingstrategyWhy do you need thisdata in order to answeryour key question?These two sections allow youto gain analysis marks so arevery important.
  • 8. Example
  • 9. Last year’s work• Look for examples of:- explanation of method- critical evaluation- suggestion for improvement- planning own fieldwork
  • 10. Your turnTechnique Methodology Problems Solutions / what Iwould changeLimitations ofdataLink to KeyQuestionIdeas to present