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Howtoget6outof6

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Not made by me, but freely available on the OCR B Geography NING by a very good teacher and just put on here so i can link to it from http://missnashgeography.blogspot.co.uk/

Not made by me, but freely available on the OCR B Geography NING by a very good teacher and just put on here so i can link to it from http://missnashgeography.blogspot.co.uk/

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    • How to get 6 / 6 on the SDMEJune 2011 Stakeholders have different opinions on coastal protection. Identify one stakeholder who is in favour of coastal protectionand one who is against it. Explain their reasons in your own words. One stakeholder ‘in favour’ and one Evidence could be used from Resources 3 Written work is legible and spelling, grammar Level 3 stakeholder ‘against’ identified with developed and/or 4. and punctuation are accurate. (5–6 marks) reasons given in candidate’s own words. Meaning is communicated very clearly. One stakeholder ‘in favour’ and one Use of evidence from Resources 3 and/or 4 Written work is legible and spelling, grammar Level 2 stakeholder ‘against’ identified and their and punctuation are mostly accurate. (3–4 marks) reasons explained partly in candidate’s own Meaning is communicated with limited clarity. words Opinions of stakeholders(s) can be in favour Simple statement(s)/material lifted from Written work contains mistakes in spelling, Level 1 and/or against Resources 3 and/or 4. grammar and punctuation, which sometimes (1–2 marks) hinder communication. Level 3 (5–6 marks) Level 2 (3–4 marks) Level 1 (1–2 marks)