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  • Grassington Coursework Dot to dot guide of how to do your coursework
  • Introduction
    • Visit Grassington by clicking on the link below to remind you of your trip.
    • For photos, maps and other information K drive:Geography/
  • Introduction
    • Title: What impact has tourism had on Grassington?
    • Aim: An investigation into the impact of tourism on Grassington, a honeypot site in the Yorkshire Dales.
    • Write out the title and aim, then explain the terms impact and honeypot.
  • Objectives
    • Key questions
    • 1. Do Shops and services cater for tourists rather than residents ?
    • 2. Is transport in Grassington threatening the qualities that attract people to the town.
    • 3. How has tourism been managed?
    • 4. Are the aims of the NP being met?
  • Objectives
    • Write out the objectives.
    • For each objective explain what it means and how it will help you do your enquiry.
  • Location
    • Where is Grassington.
    • Include a map.
    • Why was Grassington chosen for your enquiry?
  • Method
    • Describe the data you are going to collect
    • Take each key question in turn and describe the data you need and how you will collect it.
    • State if you are using secondary data rather than the collecting it yourself.
    • Clearly describe how you collected the data.
    • Justify the way in which you gathered the data e.g. why were the sites chosen for the traffic count.
  • Data collection
    • Show the data you have collected in the form of tables, original sketches and annotated maps.
    • Collate all the questionnaire results and present them in a table.
  • Problems
    • List any problems you encountered on the day when collecting the data.
    • How did you overcome these.
  • Data presentation
    • Select data to be presented
    • Use appropriate presentation techniques
    • Field sketches labelled; photographs labelled: Bar graphs; flow line graph; pie Chart; Line graph; proportional bar; isoline graph; overlay diagrams
    • Use your imagination
    • Demonstrate your skills neatly. You must use some ICT
  • Analysis & Conclusion
    • Describe what the data shows
    • On each graph/sketch etc where you have show the results of your field work.
    • State what it shows you, even label the graph etc
    • Each graph/diagram must be fully labelled or you lose marks.
  • Links
    • Make links between data.
    • A link means that one piece of data that you collected is connected to something else e.g. number of visitors could be connected to the number of cars arriving in Grassington.
  • Analysis
    • Take each Key question – what does the data show?
    • Does it answer the question?
    • If so say why.
    • If not say why.
    • Does this relate to any theory?
  • Conclusion
    • Look at the aim of the project – have you successfully completed the aim
    • How have you done this?
    • Prove in a couple of paragraphs that you have done this.
  • Evaluation
    • Did your study have any limitations.
    • How could you have improved your study?
    • Could it have been done better? Explain your answers.
  • Planning and organisation
    • Make sure you have done the following things .
    • The project is in order.
    • It is easy to read
    • All sketches graphs etc have titles and labels
    • ICT is part of the project ( include diagrams as part of the text
    • You have checked your spellings, punctuation and grammar
    • You have numbered the pages
    • You have a contents page
    • You have a bibliography