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Small resource aimed at Year 10 students

Small resource aimed at Year 10 students

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  • Use this as a brainstorm – what how when?
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    1. Data Presentation (section 3)<br />Rule 1.<br />You need to state the obvious.<br />Prove to the examiner that you know the obvious<br />
    2. Rule 2.<br />You can’t make claims that your DATA can’t support. <br />
    3. Rule 3.<br />Stay focused on your key questions<br />
    4. T<br />How do we present data?<br />Rules <br />What if? <br />
    5. What does this graph tell us?<br />What is good about it?<br />What could be improved?<br />
    6. What does this map tell us?<br />What is good about it?<br />What could be improved?<br />
    7. 1. Is Hengistbury Head is an important for nature?<br />

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