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# 3.5 instructions no 2 (2014)

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### 3.5 instructions no 2 (2014)

1. 1. 3.5 RESEARCH PART 2 – PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS After data collection
2. 2. WHAT IS NEXT?  Have you collected enough data?  How are you going to present the data?  How are you going to answer the written questions?
3. 3. TASK 3: COLLECTION OF DATA  Check everyone in the group has a copy of the results for both St Leonard’s and Muriwai on a planning sheet.  You can also collect any secondary data you want ie aerial photos, photos , climate data.
4. 4. TASK 3: Marking Criteria  You must have been seen collecting data  Data tables are produced for both beaches. (hand in your Muriwai books and data collection sheets as evidence)  For Achieved these must be complete and accurate
5. 5. From this point on all work is individual.  The planning and collection of data can be done as a group so you can work together on this. Everyone must have a copy however.
6. 6. TASK 4: PRESENTATION OF DATA  You need to think about 3 different ways you can present this data. Ideas are:  Graphs (each type of graph is one presentation method)  Wave length/height diagrams (ie how the process happens)  Gradient diagrams  Wind roses  Sketch maps and field sketches  Aerial photos and maps  Photos that are annotated
7. 7. Check you know the conventions needed for each presentation type Common conventions required are:  Axes labelled  Title appropriate  North point for maps and field sketch  Frame for maps and sketches  Scale where appropriate (can estimate)  Key, labels or annotations  Comparison is shown between 2 beaches  Bars are shaded
8. 8. For these presentations to count  Each presentation must relate to both beaches  They should allow comparison to be seen  They must relate to research ie annotate maps / photos to link to research
9. 9. TASK 4: Marking Criteria ACHIEVED: Two presentation methods with conventions MERIT: Three presentation methods with conventions and used to good effect i.e. show comparison between beaches
10. 10. WHEN TO DO THESE  ONE of your presentations must be done in class in the assessment booklet for authenticity purposes  The others may be done at home and glued into the correct section of the booklet.
11. 11. TASK 5: ANALYSIS PART 1 - WHAT  Look at your data presentation. What does this tell you? What are the trends? Describe these using specific information.  Remember it is about the DIFFERENCES of the two beaches. State what these differences are and calculate the scale of these. (e.g. this means the velocity of LSD is 2 times faster at Muriwai than at St Leonards)