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  • 1. INTRODUCTION TO WALES FINAL ASSESSMENT YOUR TASK?
  • 2. You have a pen friend who has written to tell you that he/she has to give his/her class a talk on a foreign country Your task is to write a letter telling your pen friend all about Wales
  • 3. What should I include?
    • Use the information from your booklet to help you. You should write about:
    • relief – the shape of the land
    • climate
    • rivers
    • transport
    • The changing economy
    • AND ANYTHING ELSE YOU THINK USEFUL
  • 4. What should I include?
    • Your account must not just be a list or simply descriptions
    • You will gain credit for trying to explain as well as describing.
    • You will gain credit for including maps, photographs, graphs, sketches etc
  • 5. Where can I find information?
    • From your booklet
    • from the internet
    • from the library
    • from books.
    • You can do your work on the
    • computer or straight into your books
  • 6. PLANNING YOUR WORK This is a very important piece of work- you must plan it carefully in rough before writing it in your book!
  • 7. HOW WILL MY WORK BE MARKED?
    • You will be given a grade as follows:
    • A - A well written account using lots of information, not just from the booklet. Use of maps, pictures & other sources
    • B- a good account using some of the information with use of other material.
    • C- a satisfactory account with little use of other material
    • D - a short, poor effort with little description