2 5 assessment class instructions after the trip 2014
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I nfo for students for our 2.5 write up after the geo trip

I nfo for students for our 2.5 write up after the geo trip

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  • 1. 2.5 research assessment The Second bit
  • 2. Task  You have 1 period to complete this  You must include ideas and statistics you collected in the field  Read the questions carefully and use the marking rubric to figure out what you need to do.
  • 3. Evaluate the research process (collection, recording, presentation of data and findings) in depth by identifying two strengths. Explain how these strengths affected -the quality of your research -and the validity of your findings or conclusions. Include specific information from your research in your answer. Split your answer into the above points.
  • 4. Break this down into the above points.  Evaluate the research process (collection, recording, presentation of data and findings) in depth by identifying two weaknesses. Explain how these weaknesses affected - the quality of your research - and the validity of your findings or conclusions. - Include specific information from your research in your answer.
  • 5.  Think about the data you collected on the mountain.  Is the information you collected accurate and reliable enough to allow you to make valid conclusions?  Split your answer into the two bits above – and explain how it was or was not reliable and if it makes your conclusions valid or not.
  • 6.  Think about the way you have processed this information such as the graphs/ maps you drew. Comment on the accuracy of the processing of this information  How was the presentation accurate and how was it inaccurate and how did it impact on the findings?
  • 7. Split your answer up as it is above.  Think about the data you collected on the mountain.  Discuss ways you could have improved your research process  and explain how this would have made your research more valid
  • 8. Ideas for your answer  Good or bad ?  How much data you collected.  How many people there were in the group.  The fact we did the same thing at top and bottom sites.  The gear we used to collect the data  The amount of time available  The number of times we collected data  The time we had to plan the research  The amount of help you got when collecting data  The ways you presented the data