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T1w6 fieldwork

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T1w6 fieldwork

  1. 1. weather and climate fieldwork & geographical investigation
  2. 2. fieldwork process
  3. 3. fieldwork process puzzled by something
  4. 4. fieldwork process puzzled by something formulate a hypothesis (temporary explanation)
  5. 5. fieldwork process puzzled by something formulate a hypothesis (temporary explanation) Choose methods and instruments
  6. 6. fieldwork process puzzled by something formulate a hypothesis (temporary explanation) Choose methods and instruments Gather data (using tools and instruments)
  7. 7. fieldwork process puzzled by something formulate a hypothesis (temporary explanation) Choose methods and instruments Gather data (using tools and instruments) Present data
  8. 8. fieldwork process puzzled by something formulate a hypothesis (temporary explanation) Choose methods and instruments Gather data (using tools and instruments) Present data Trying to make sense of data / understand how things happen in relation to they hypothesis (conclusion)
  9. 9. fieldwork process puzzled by something formulate a hypothesis (temporary explanation) Choose methods and instruments Gather data (using tools and instruments) Present data Trying to make sense of data / understand how things happen in relation to they hypothesis (conclusion) To answer
  10. 10. eg of a fieldwork process puzzled by something formulate a hypothesis (temporary explanation) Choose methods and instruments Gather data (using tools and instruments) Present data Trying to make sense of data / understand how things happen in relation to they hypothesis (conclusion) To answer
  11. 11. eg of a fieldwork process puzzled by something formulate a hypothesis (temporary explanation) Choose methods and instruments Gather data (using tools and instruments) Present data Trying to make sense of data / understand how things happen in relation to they hypothesis (conclusion) To answer Why is Mr Luo so fat?
  12. 12. eg of a fieldwork process puzzled by something formulate a hypothesis (temporary explanation) Choose methods and instruments Gather data (using tools and instruments) Present data Trying to make sense of data / understand how things happen in relation to they hypothesis (conclusion) To answer Why is Mr Luo so fat? Mr Luo is so fat because he eats too much
  13. 13. eg of a fieldwork process puzzled by something formulate a hypothesis (temporary explanation) Choose methods and instruments Gather data (using tools and instruments) Present data Trying to make sense of data / understand how things happen in relation to they hypothesis (conclusion) To answer Why is Mr Luo so fat? Mr Luo is so fat because he eats too much Use CCTV to record what he eats
  14. 14. eg of a fieldwork process puzzled by something formulate a hypothesis (temporary explanation) Choose methods and instruments Gather data (using tools and instruments) Present data Trying to make sense of data / understand how things happen in relation to they hypothesis (conclusion) To answer Why is Mr Luo so fat? Mr Luo is so fat because he eats too much Use CCTV to record what he eats Observe CCTV. Record in food log
  15. 15. eg of a fieldwork process puzzled by something formulate a hypothesis (temporary explanation) Choose methods and instruments Gather data (using tools and instruments) Present data Trying to make sense of data / understand how things happen in relation to they hypothesis (conclusion) To answer Why is Mr Luo so fat? Mr Luo is so fat because he eats too much Use CCTV to record what he eats Observe CCTV. Record in food log Eats 10,000kg of food 10 times a day
  16. 16. eg of a fieldwork process puzzled by something formulate a hypothesis (temporary explanation) Choose methods and instruments Gather data (using tools and instruments) Present data Trying to make sense of data / understand how things happen in relation to they hypothesis (conclusion) To answer Why is Mr Luo so fat? Mr Luo is so fat because he eats too much Use CCTV to record what he eats Observe CCTV. Record in food log Eats 10,000kg of food 10 times a day Mr Luo is so fat because he eats too much, at 10,000 kg of food 10 times a day.
  17. 17. another eg of a fieldwork process puzzled by something formulate a hypothesis (temporary explanation) Choose methods and instruments Gather data (using tools and instruments) Present data Trying to make sense of data / understand how things happen in relation to they hypothesis (conclusion) To answer
  18. 18. another eg of a fieldwork process puzzled by something formulate a hypothesis (temporary explanation) Choose methods and instruments Gather data (using tools and instruments) Present data Trying to make sense of data / understand how things happen in relation to they hypothesis (conclusion) To answer Why is Mr Luo so fat?
  19. 19. another eg of a fieldwork process puzzled by something formulate a hypothesis (temporary explanation) Choose methods and instruments Gather data (using tools and instruments) Present data Trying to make sense of data / understand how things happen in relation to they hypothesis (conclusion) To answer Why is Mr Luo so fat? Mr Luo is so fat because don’t exercise
  20. 20. another eg of a fieldwork process puzzled by something formulate a hypothesis (temporary explanation) Choose methods and instruments Gather data (using tools and instruments) Present data Trying to make sense of data / understand how things happen in relation to they hypothesis (conclusion) To answer Why is Mr Luo so fat? Mr Luo is so fat because don’t exercise Stalk him and observe what he does for 3 days
  21. 21. another eg of a fieldwork process puzzled by something formulate a hypothesis (temporary explanation) Choose methods and instruments Gather data (using tools and instruments) Present data Trying to make sense of data / understand how things happen in relation to they hypothesis (conclusion) To answer Why is Mr Luo so fat? Mr Luo is so fat because don’t exercise Stalk him and observe what he does for 3 days Data recorded in journal
  22. 22. another eg of a fieldwork process puzzled by something formulate a hypothesis (temporary explanation) Choose methods and instruments Gather data (using tools and instruments) Present data Trying to make sense of data / understand how things happen in relation to they hypothesis (conclusion) To answer Why is Mr Luo so fat? Mr Luo is so fat because don’t exercise Stalk him and observe what he does for 3 days Data recorded in journal No physical activity. Use crane to move around
  23. 23. another eg of a fieldwork process puzzled by something formulate a hypothesis (temporary explanation) Choose methods and instruments Gather data (using tools and instruments) Present data Trying to make sense of data / understand how things happen in relation to they hypothesis (conclusion) To answer Why is Mr Luo so fat? Mr Luo is so fat because don’t exercise Stalk him and observe what he does for 3 days Data recorded in journal No physical activity. Use crane to move around Mr Luo is so fat because he don’t exercise. He does not engage in any physical activity throughout the day, even using a crane to move around.
  24. 24. fieldwork process
  25. 25. fieldwork process puzzled by something
  26. 26. fieldwork process puzzled by something formulate a hypothesis (temporary explanation)
  27. 27. fieldwork process puzzled by something formulate a hypothesis (temporary explanation) Choose methods and instruments
  28. 28. fieldwork process puzzled by something formulate a hypothesis (temporary explanation) Choose methods and instruments Gather data (using tools and instruments)
  29. 29. fieldwork process puzzled by something formulate a hypothesis (temporary explanation) Choose methods and instruments Gather data (using tools and instruments) Present data
  30. 30. fieldwork process puzzled by something formulate a hypothesis (temporary explanation) Choose methods and instruments Gather data (using tools and instruments) Present data Trying to make sense of data / understand how things happen in relation to they hypothesis (conclusion)
  31. 31. fieldwork process puzzled by something formulate a hypothesis (temporary explanation) Choose methods and instruments Gather data (using tools and instruments) Present data Trying to make sense of data / understand how things happen in relation to they hypothesis (conclusion) To answer
  32. 32. what do you realise about the hypothesis for both?
  33. 33. what do you realise about the hypothesis for both? Both egs. tried to answer the same question Why is Mr Luo so fat?
  34. 34. what do you realise about the hypothesis for both? Both egs. tried to answer the same question Why is Mr Luo so fat? But the hypothesis for both are very different Mr Luo is so fat because don’t exercise Mr Luo is so fat because he eats too much
  35. 35. what do you realise about the hypothesis for both? Both egs. tried to answer the same question Why is Mr Luo so fat? But the hypothesis for both are very different Mr Luo is so fat because don’t exercise Mr Luo is so fat because he eats too much So how cher?
  36. 36. (i) A good hypothesis is 
 a temporary explanation
  37. 37. (i) A good hypothesis is 
 a temporary explanation Mr Luo is so fat because don’t exercise Mr Luo is so fat because he eats too much
  38. 38. (i) A good hypothesis is 
 a temporary explanation Mr Luo is so fat because don’t exercise Mr Luo is so fat because he eats too much temporarily explained why Mr Luo is fat
  39. 39. (i) A good hypothesis is 
 a temporary explanation Mr Luo is so fat because don’t exercise Mr Luo is so fat because he eats too much temporarily explained why Mr Luo is fat temporarily explained why Mr Luo is fat
  40. 40. (i) A good hypothesis is 
 a temporary explanation Mr Luo is so fat because don’t exercise Mr Luo is so fat because he eats too much temporarily explained why Mr Luo is fat temporarily explained why Mr Luo is fat So both are acceptable
  41. 41. (ii) A good hypothesis shows the relationship between 2 factors
  42. 42. (ii) A good hypothesis shows the relationship between 2 factors 1st Factor
  43. 43. (ii) A good hypothesis shows the relationship between 2 factors 2nd Factor 1st Factor
  44. 44. (ii) A good hypothesis shows the relationship between 2 factors 2nd Factor 1st Factor Relationship: 2nd factor cause 1st factor
  45. 45. (ii) A good hypothesis shows the relationship between 2 factors Mr Luo is so fat because don’t exercise Mr Luo is so fat because he eats too much 2nd Factor 1st Factor Relationship: 2nd factor cause 1st factor
  46. 46. (ii) A good hypothesis shows the relationship between 2 factors Mr Luo is so fat because don’t exercise Mr Luo is so fat because he eats too much 2nd Factor 1st Factor Relationship: 2nd factor cause 1st factor 1st Factor
  47. 47. (ii) A good hypothesis shows the relationship between 2 factors Mr Luo is so fat because don’t exercise Mr Luo is so fat because he eats too much 2nd Factor 1st Factor Relationship: 2nd factor cause 1st factor 1st Factor 2nd Factor
  48. 48. (ii) A good hypothesis shows the relationship between 2 factors Mr Luo is so fat because don’t exercise Mr Luo is so fat because he eats too much 2nd Factor 1st Factor Relationship: 2nd factor cause 1st factor 1st Factor 2nd Factor Relationship: 2nd factor cause 1st factor
  49. 49. (ii) A good hypothesis shows the relationship between 2 factors Mr Luo is so fat because don’t exercise Mr Luo is so fat because he eats too much 2nd Factor So both are acceptable 1st Factor Relationship: 2nd factor cause 1st factor 1st Factor 2nd Factor Relationship: 2nd factor cause 1st factor
  50. 50. (i) A good hypothesis is 
 a temporary explanation (ii) A good hypothesis shows the relationship between 2 factors Formulating a hypothesis let’s see how well you understand
  51. 51. The higher the altitude, the cooler the temperature Is this a good hypothesis? Fulfills both criteria = good!
  52. 52. The higher the altitude, the cooler the temperature Is this a good hypothesis? temporarily explained why temperature is cooler Fulfills both criteria = good!
  53. 53. The higher the altitude, the cooler the temperature Is this a good hypothesis? temporarily explained why temperature is cooler 1st Factor Fulfills both criteria = good!
  54. 54. The higher the altitude, the cooler the temperature Is this a good hypothesis? temporarily explained why temperature is cooler 2nd Factor 1st Factor Fulfills both criteria = good!
  55. 55. The higher the altitude, the cooler the temperature Is this a good hypothesis? temporarily explained why temperature is cooler 2nd Factor 1st Factor Relationship: higher…cooler… Fulfills both criteria = good!
  56. 56. complete mission on coursemology Test yourself

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