MOBILE DEVICES ON SILENT & IN BOX PLEASE CONTROLLED ASSESSMENT EXAM
How do you write an epic introduction?
WAL: how to write a quality controlledassessment introduction.YWBAT: use the mark scheme to understand,plan and write an excellent introduction.
5 sections1. Hypothesis and key questions2. Expected outcomes / predictions3. Background of the topic (why is it important?)4. Background of the location5. Suggest how you will conduct your project
The mark scheme;Application of Knowledge and Understanding Study the mark scheme. Identify the main differences between level 1, 2 and 3.
Level 1 Level 2 Level 3
What do examiners look for? SEE Links to Importance /Links to theory processes impacts
Plan YOUR introduction1. Hypothesis and key questions2. Expected outcomes / predictions3. Background of the topic (why is it important to study geomorphic processes?)4. Background of the location (describe location, refer to a map, describe what the area is like briefly)5. Suggest how you will conduct your project
Location maps• Essential skill• Key way to pick up marks – not included in word limitTask:• Annotate the O.S. map & satellite image of H.H. to show features, landforms, management, land use, etc.• What map evidence is there of geomorphic processes? (e.g. landforms? Management?)
Map 1: Ordnance Survey Map showing location details of Hengistbury Head Key:This area isalready heavilydefended withrock groyneswhich attemptto reduce themovement ofbeach materialalong theshore caused Mudeford Spit has beenby longshore created by longshore drift anddrift is a landform of depositino. It is mainly used for beach huts as seen in Photo A. The spit is important for tourism. Photo A