What makes a good Unit 4 Essay Answer?

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  • What makes a good Unit 4 Essay Answer?

    1. 1. What makes a good A2 Discursive Essay?OR HOW TO DO WELL IN THE UNIT 4 EXAM.
    2. 2. Introduc tion
    3. 3. Introduc tion • Definition of a tectonic hazard and other key terms.
    4. 4. Introduc tion • Definition of a tectonic hazard and other key terms. • BIG picture - what’s the context of the title? Why do we need to study tectonic hazards?
    5. 5. Introduc tion • Definition of a tectonic hazard and other key terms. • BIG picture - what’s the context of the title? Why do we need to study tectonic hazards? Growing impact. Rising unpredictability. Variation in Rising frequency. Impacts. Need to reduce impacts. Need for a greater understanding of causes and impacts.
    6. 6. Introduc tion • Definition of a tectonic hazard and other key terms. • BIG picture - what’s the context of the title? Why do we need to study tectonic hazards? Growing impact. Rising unpredictability. Variation in Rising frequency. Impacts. Need to reduce impacts. Need for a greater understanding of causes and impacts. • Explain the Aim of your essay.
    7. 7. Introduc tion • Definition of a tectonic hazard and other key terms. • BIG picture - what’s the context of the title? Why do we need to study tectonic hazards? Growing impact. Rising unpredictability. Variation in Rising frequency. Impacts. Need to reduce impacts. Need for a greater understanding of causes and impacts. • Explain the Aim of your essay.
    8. 8. Introduc tion • Definition of a tectonic hazard and other key terms. • BIG picture - what’s the context of the title? Why do we need to study tectonic hazards? Growing impact. Rising unpredictability. Variation in Rising frequency. Impacts. Need to reduce impacts. Need for a greater understanding of causes and impacts. • Explain the Aim of your essay. • Outline the case studies you will use.
    9. 9. Introduc tion • Definition of a tectonic hazard and other key terms. • BIG picture - what’s the context of the title? Why do we need to study tectonic hazards? Growing impact. Rising unpredictability. Variation in Rising frequency. Impacts. Need to reduce impacts. Need for a greater understanding of causes and impacts. • Explain the Aim of your essay. • Outline the case studies you will use. • Do not use ‘I’. Do not give away your argument
    10. 10. 10/10marks
    11. 11. Methodo logy
    12. 12. Methodo logy• Explain how you carried out yourresearch.
    13. 13. Methodo logy• Explain how you carried out yourresearch.• Where did you source information from?
    14. 14. Methodo logy• Explain how you carried out yourresearch.• Where did you source information from?• How did you check the reliability of your sources and your evidence?
    15. 15. Methodo logy• Explain how you carried out yourresearch.• Where did you source information from?• How did you check the reliability of your sources and your evidence?
    16. 16. Methodo logy• Explain how you carried out yourresearch.• Where did you source information from?• How did you check the reliability of your sources and your evidence? Reputable websites. Specialist texts. Essential to avoid bias. Cross referencing across sites and sources. Key words: accuracy reliability representativeness
    17. 17. Methodo logy• Explain how you carried out yourresearch.• Where did you source information from?• How did you check the reliability of your sources and your evidence? Reputable websites. Specialist texts. Essential to avoid bias. Cross referencing across sites and sources. Key words: accuracy reliability representativeness • Mention reliable sources.
    18. 18. Methodo logy• Explain how you carried out yourresearch.• Where did you source information from?• How did you check the reliability of your sources and your evidence? Reputable websites. Specialist texts. Essential to avoid bias. Cross referencing across sites and sources. Key words: accuracy reliability representativeness • Mention reliable sources. • Include a range of evidence.
    19. 19. Analysis
    20. 20. Analysis • Structure the central section into at least two sides of the argument.
    21. 21. Analysis • Structure the central section into at least two sides of the argument. • Use Point Evidence Explain Link as a structure
    22. 22. Analysis • Structure the central section into at least two sides of the argument. • Use Point Evidence Explain Link as a structure • Break your sides of the argument into small points each supported by evidence and explanation.
    23. 23. Analysis • Structure the central section into at least two sides of the argument. • Use Point Evidence Explain Link as a structure • Break your sides of the argument into small points each supported by evidence and explanation. • Use your case studies as evidence.
    24. 24. Analysis • Structure the central section into at least two sides of the argument. • Use Point Evidence Explain Link as a structure • Break your sides of the argument into small points each supported by evidence and explanation. • Use your case studies as evidence.
    25. 25. Analysis • Structure the central section into at least two sides of the argument. • Use Point Evidence Explain Link as a structure • Break your sides of the argument into small points each supported by evidence and explanation. • Use your case studies as evidence. • Link your points back to the title regularly (at the end of each paragraph)

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