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    • Geography Controlled Assessment How to get maximum marks!
    • The Introduction.
      • For your introduction it is important to explain the hypothesis – Write down your title. “ The Lakeside Regional shopping centre provides many benefits to the Benfleet Community.”
      • You will then explain how you intend to test your hypothesis – what data will you collect where will you collect it and how will you do it.
      • Next explain why it is important to study this particular theme. – Former quarry site, employment, recreation and so on.
    • The Introduction
      • Next highlight and explain the key terms that will be used in your project; at least 5 key words associated with the theme;
      • Quarrying
      • Land use
      • Local economy
      • Sphere of influence
      • Environment
      • Nature reserve
    • Maps, Maps and more maps
      • move on to locating the study area. Use a range of maps of different scales – using North Arrows and gird references to explain where you will collect data.
    • The Method Table. Economic benefit Questionnaire Environment Environmental Quality Survey Quarry Site, Environment Field Sketch Sphere of Influence Tax Disc Survey Land Use, economic benefit Land Use survey Possible development Problems / limitations Importance of data Description Linked concept Method
    • Land Use classification
      • Key
      • Banks/Building Societies / Post Office
      • Estate Agents / Travel agents
      • Clothes and Shoes
      • Leisure – (Cafes and bars)
      • Supermarkets / food
      • Bookshops
      • Department Stores
      Remember a scale if possible. If it is not possible, then write - NOT TO SCALE Also remember a North Arrow.