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Introduction Materials for Fieldwork Focus Introduction

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Please remember that these are not perfect and examples have come from last years work!

Please remember that these are not perfect and examples have come from last years work!

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  • Chosen area – hypothesis: The best place to build new houses in Portsmouth would be Commercial Road.
  • Remind that key questions should link to these
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    • 1. Fieldwork Investigation
    • 2. Today
    • 3. Tomorrow
    • 4. My hypothesis
      My Key questions
      Expectations
      Location details
      Why is this issue important to Geographers?
    • 5.
    • 6. Your introduction must include:
      Your hypothesis should form the title, justify the investigation – need for the investigation, aims and key questions
      Predictions – what issues will be important? Link to Social, Environmental and Economic. MAKE SURE YOU COLLECTED DATA FOR THEM!!
      This is about urban land use change – Commercial to Residential or mixed use
      What is the study area like? Where is it located? Annotated satellite image and OS map. These maps can gain data presentation and analysis marks. Where do you plan to collect data?
    • 7. Your introduction must include:
    • 8.
    • 9. Taken from Introduction planning sheet
      Include your sampling strategy
      These two sections allow you to gain analysis marks so are very important.
      Include Technology, secondary data
      Why do you need this data in order to answer your key question?
    • 10. Homework – Controlled Assessment
      Draft your introduction