1. DO NOW:Annotate the images with placespecific detail to explain the locationof Reculver, and suggest distinctivefeatures.
2. How distinctive is Reculver?Where is Reculver located?
3. Google earth tour
4. Keyword jenga!
5. Your enquiry• Using the resources, identify evidence and makepredictions of distinctive features at Reculver• Record:1) your predictions (what you expect to find that isdistinctive, or not)2) evidence of landforms, processes, land-use3) descriptions of the location
7. Level 3 criteria What now?AO2Application ofknowledge andunderstanding infamiliar andunfamiliar contexts• They have applied their knowledge and understanding ofthe question/hypothesis to describe the enquiry in a widerange and variety of contexts.• They have applied their knowledge and understanding tosuggest in detail a range of expected outcomes of theirenquiry with justifications.• They have used detailed and complex information todescribe the place(s) chosen as a focus for the enquiry.• They have used their knowledge and understanding todescribe and explain their evidence in a consistently detailedway.Setting the scene• Key questions linked to the main enquiry question: ‘What isdistinctive about Reculver?’• Setting the Scene gives detailed predictions, linked to theoryand map / satellite image evidence and knowledge ofReculver, E.g. LSD theory, coastal management, land uselinked to leisure and tourism. What do you expect to findout?• Location described in writing, including co-ordinates.Annotated OS map and annotated satellite image describinglocation and making predictions. All annotations linked tokey questions.• Distinctive defined and linked to coast.Analysis and Conclusion• Describe in detail using PEED every piece of data usingevidence captured on the day to support.17-24 marksAO3Selection and use ofa varietyof skills, techniquesandtechnologies toinvestigate,analyse and evaluatequestions and issues:selection,investigation andpresentation• They have suggested a wide variety of techniques andtechnologies that are consistently appropriate to undertaketheir enquiry with detailed justification of why these havebeen chosen.• They have collected and accurately recorded a range ofappropriate evidence from a wide range of sources,mainly fieldwork.• They have presented their data in a wide range ofappropriate maps, graphs and diagrams.• Their written work is legible and spelling, grammar andpunctuation are accurate. Meaning is communicated clearly.• They have written with precision and succinctness, so thatthey do not exceed the prescribed word limit.Methodology and Fieldtrip• At least 5 techniques used. At least1 uses technology(photos, GE, Fotobabble, Photosynth). OWN TECNIQUEPLANNED e.g. car park survey.• Methodology grid lists each technique, describes how datawas collected, describes the problems faced and thesolutions taken on the day and suggests a way of doing itbetter next time. All techniques are linked to a key question.• Field notebook adapted to key questions.• Field notebook complete during the field visit and includedas an appendices. 5-10% secondary evidence to support(e.g. shoreline management plan; price of caravans &housing, news reports)• At least 8 different, complex, data presentation techniques.NO bar or pie charts.• 2000 words in total.• No waffle – PEED. No BANNED WORDS, named groups ofpeople and geographical terms used.13-18 marksAO3Selection and use ofa varietyof skills, techniquesandtechnologies toinvestigate,analyse and evaluatequestions and issues:analysisand evaluation• They have critically analysed and thoroughlyinterpreted their evidence.• They have used this analysis and interpretation to draw anappropriate and substantiated conclusion.• They have made a critical evaluation of the success andusefulness of their enquiry.• They have analysed thoroughly the range of limitations totheir enquiry.• They have made reasoned suggestions for possiblesolutions and extensions to their enquiry.Analysis• The data that you have found is linked back to your keyquestions. Suggest links to your predictions and theory –did you find out what you expected or something different?• Conclusion answers the main question ‘What is distinctiveabout Reculver?’ and is supported by the evidence thatyou have presented.• What went well with your enquiry? What could be better nexttime?• How reliable and accurate is your conclusion? Why?• Say how you would make the project (not the methodology)better.13-18 marksTotal 60 Marks
8. Finally…sum up your findings• I predict that the distinctive features ofReculver are likely to be………………..whereas Iexpect……………………will not be distinctivebecause…………………….