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    • Mark scheme – Data Pres.
      • Level 1 (1-2 marks) The candidate uses a limited range of basic techniques, some of which are ICT based. Simple ideas expressed.
      • Level 2 (3-4 marks) The candidate uses accurately a range of techniques (ICT based), to present and develop the info. Ideas expressed with considerable accuracy.
      • Level 3 (5-6 marks) Uses a range of more complex methods (ICT) and they are appropriate to their investigation. Ideas expressed clear and precise.
    • Image from Understanding Geography for GCSE DATA PRESENTATION
    • Basic = bar graphs and donut (pie) But, still need to be accurate with titles, axis labelled and appropriate.
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    • Photos have titles, are annotated and are relevant
    • Photos are clearly linked to specific areas on map = accurate and shows good understanding of settlement topic.
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    • Pictograph – excellent way to show visually differences in types of housing – could be used for type of housing in each area....
    • More complex as student looks for the mean and compares with other areas....
    • More complex as proportional circles show totals
    • Complex method which only uses 3 areas so not great but could be used to show differences between CBD, Inner city and RUF?? Triangular graph
    • Spearman's rank correlation coefficient which is complex and follows on from a scatter graph
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