Now that you have collected your data you will want to present it in a way that is easy to understand and that is meaningful. Doing so will help you with the analysis in the next section when you go on to interpret your data, and ultimately, answer the question you posed at the beginning (or to prove/disprove your hypothesis). So let's have a look
The results section probably carries the least writing in your coursework. Instead, the focus is on visual presentation. Here are some ideas… bar graphs pie charts line graphs labelled photos star diagrams maps & plans etc....
Ok, so what are the examiners looking for in this section? Answer…. Good presentation Appropriateness Complexity * Range Some ICT *See next slide
Environmental Assessments A star diagram All positive words are on the end of each axis or vice versa
Photos/sketches High rise buildings (Typical of the CBD) Freeway crossing (Good access) Harbour (limits growth of CBD) Inner City in the background
Annotating Photos, Cont’d Terraced housing – typical of the inner city zone High Density Housing Date from the19th century Small front yard – little space to accommodate large gardens in this zone Off- street parking (no drives) – again due to lack of space Photo taken at site A