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  • 1. GCSE COURSEWORK NORFOLK 2007
  • 2.  
  • 3. Introduction
    •  The title of your coursework
    •  The aims
    •  Location of your investigation (map)
    •  Some background to the issue you are studying e.g. why it is important, why you are interested in it etc.
  • 4. Method
    • This section tells the reader how you collected the data
    • Some of the methods of collecting data that you might be using whilst we are in Norfolk include; beach profiles, groyne profiles, Environmental Quality Index, field sketches, secondary data etc.
  • 5. Beach Profile
    • How did you do it step by step. Inc sketches
  • 6. Longshore drift Direction
  • 7. Groyne Profile
  • 8. Data
    • Your data can be presented using graphs, maps, annotated photos, field sketches etc. Make sure that each of these is labelled as Figure 1/2/3 etc.
  • 9. Analysis
    • As your coursework is a comparison of two places it will be easiest to write about each one separately and then to compare them at the end. You need to be detailed in the analysis section so it is likely that each place will need at least a page worth of writing, is not more.
  • 10.
    • For each place you need to describe and explain what the graphs, maps, sketches etc. show about that place (if you have already annotated your graphs then you will have lots of this information already). You must refer to each of the graphs e.g. Figure 17 shows that
  • 11.
    • Most importantly, make use of your data, use the mark scheme and explain, explain, explain !
  • 12. Conclusion
    • It is where you finally answer your question: How and why are the beaches at _________ and _________ in North Norfolk different