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Lincoln Field Study Introduction

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  • 1. Lincoln Field Study How far do people travel to get to Lincoln and why are they attracted to this city?
  • 2. Introduction
    • Explain what you intended to do.
        • Include the different times you did work.
        • The different methods of information collection – e.g. Questionnaire.
        • Include how you intend to collect secondary data.
  • 3. Introduction
    • Explink (explain and link) the key question and hypotheses chosen.
      • How did you choose your hypotheses? Explink to the key question to show how they help answer it
  • 4. Introduction
    • Study areas
      • Where did you study?
      • Include maps and photographs
      • www.multimap.com
      • www.local.live.com
      • www.maps.google.com
  • 5. Introduction
    • Explain the importance of Lincoln and why tourists choose to use Lincoln
      • What facilities (particularly linked to work and leisure) are available in Lincoln and why might people travel to use them.
  • 6. Location of Lincoln
    • Use different scale maps to show:
      • Lincoln within Lincolnshire
      • Lincoln within UK.
  • 7. Introduction
    • Summarise – explain that by doing the work you intend to do you will be able to answer the key question.

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