3.5 AssessmentQuick Reference guide
Tasks Each of the tasks must be related to the research    questions   Each task must have specific info from the    res...
The Rubric Make sure you have a copy – if you haven’t , it is  on the Knet Geography – Year 13 – 3.5 info – Marking Rubr...
TASK                 Achieved                             Merit                    Excellence                             ...
TASK            Achieved                           Merit                     Excellence                          An analys...
The Tasks Broken down into   each separate task with    instructions and hints.
Two geographic skills are    A range of geographic                  utilised using appropriate   skills (three or more)1D ...
Two differences between       Several (3 or more)1E Analysis              the 2 beaches are             differences betwee...
An analysis of the      An analysis is done of  A critical analysis is done               data is completed       the data...
A valid conclusion is       A range of conclusions are given thatConclusion Findings/                 given that relates t...
Analyses                Analyses in detail the       Provides a critical                    strengths and/or        streng...
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3.5 info for students presentation analysis and evaluation 2013

  1. 1. 3.5 AssessmentQuick Reference guide
  2. 2. Tasks Each of the tasks must be related to the research questions Each task must have specific info from the research in it All tasks must be complete by the end of the term You may think about your answer and plan it but it may not be pre-written Always check the Marking rubric for more info.
  3. 3. The Rubric Make sure you have a copy – if you haven’t , it is on the Knet Geography – Year 13 – 3.5 info – Marking Rubric Refer to it all the way through for success Always look at the Excellence column as if you miss it you will get Merit, If you miss Achieved then you get Not Achieved !
  4. 4. TASK Achieved Merit Excellence Suitable research questions 1A Aims are suggested Achieved Only Achieved Only All tables completed Planning accurately. 1B Method is accurate and Achieved Only Achieved Only relates to research questions. Students are involved in collection of data.Collection 1C Data Data tables are produced in Achieved Only Achieved Only some form for both beaches and relate to the research questions Two geographic skills are A range of geographic skills utilised using appropriate (three or more) are used in the1D Presentation conventions in the presentation to good effect. Merit Only presentation. One of these Appropriate conventions are must be original and relate to used. One must be original and the field data obtained. relate to the field data obtained. Two differences between the Several (3 or more) differencesE Analysis 2 beaches are described between the 2 beaches are using field data. described in detail using a range Merit Only Include Concepts (pattern) of specific field data.
  5. 5. TASK Achieved Merit Excellence An analysis of the data An analysis is done of the A critical analysis is is completed that data that allows valid done of the data that helps to answer conclusions to be reached. allows valid research questions (ie Several reasons for the conclusions to be gives a valid reason differences in the beaches are reached. This for why two of the suggested. Each reason is includes detailed differences in the 2 supported by appropriate reasons for the1F. Analysis beaches occurred) detail. differences in the 2 Includes Concept Includes Concept (Process) beaches. Some form of evaluation of the relative importance of different natural components is included in the answer. Includes Concept (Process) A valid conclusion is A range of conclusions are given1G. Findings/Conclusions given that relates to that are accurate and valid. Each Merit Only. the research conclusion is supported by an questions. appropriate piece of relevant . detail. Analyses strengths Analyses in detail the Provides a critical and/or weaknesses of strengths and/or weaknesses evaluation of the their research and of the research process and research process byn
  6. 6. The Tasks Broken down into each separate task with instructions and hints.
  7. 7. Two geographic skills are A range of geographic utilised using appropriate skills (three or more)1D Presentation conventions in the are used in the presentation. One of presentation to good these must be original effect. Appropriate and relate to the field conventions are used. data obtained. One must be original and relate to the field data obtained.• Task D• Your Presentation must show the data you collected in an appropriate way.• You need to use a variety of ways to show the data.• All data presentation methods must have all the necessary conventions to score maximum marks
  8. 8. Two differences between Several (3 or more)1E Analysis the 2 beaches are differences between the 2 described using field data. beaches are described in Include Concepts (pattern) detail using a range of specific field data. Include Concepts (pattern)  Task E  This is the WHAT question, you need to describe what the presentation shows you.  Use data from the presentation eg this shows that Muriwai is 2500 km from Australia  Compare the beaches eg Muriwai is 2500km from Australia whereas St Leonards is only 3km from Rangitoto.  Read a little more deeply eg therefore there is a greater fetch and so the waves have more time to build up so Muriwai is high energy …
  9. 9. An analysis of the An analysis is done of A critical analysis is done data is completed the data that allows of the data that allows that helps to answer valid conclusions to be valid conclusions to be research questions reached. Several reached. This includes (ie gives a valid reasons for the detailed reasons for the1F. Analysis reason for why two differences in the differences in the 2 of the differences in beaches are suggested. beaches. Some form of the 2 beaches Each reason is evaluation of the relative occurred) supported by importance of different Includes Concept appropriate detail. natural components is  Task F Includes Concept included in the answer. (Process) Includes Concept  This task askes you to provide reasons WHY you found what (Process) you did in the presentation ie why the beach profile is more steep at st Leonards and flatter at Muriwai.  This must be based on Processes and come from your theory notes or own research. Not waves generally but waves at Muriwai and St Leonards  You must use Research data in your answer and relate it back to the research Question. Research at home but write in class  This answer should be a series of steps to get to the outcome  You must include a GC, ‘Process’ is probably the best here. Provide a definition of what Process means as well to let the marker know that you know.
  10. 10. A valid conclusion is A range of conclusions are given thatConclusion Findings/ given that relates to the are accurate and valid. Each 1G. research questions. conclusion is supported by an s . appropriate piece of relevant detail.  Task G  Findings are a summary of what you have said in the last three tasks.  Restate your research qns and answer them generally, Include the names of the beaches but then just generalise from there.  Eg I found that at Muriwai there was … and at st Leonards there was … and this is because …  This is a short recap only not a big amount of writing
  11. 11. Analyses Analyses in detail the Provides a critical strengths and/or strengths and/or evaluation of the weaknesses of weaknesses of the research process their research and research process and by building on the2. Evaluation how this may have analyses in detail the detailed evaluation affected the impacts on the validity of for Merit and… validity of the their findings and/or discussing research findings. conclusions. alternative May only include Includes explanation about appropriate partial evaluation how specific strengths research methods  Task 2 of the and/or weaknesses impact and their possible  This is split into 3 sections methodology. on specific findings and the implications.  A. Strengths and weaknesses for the Research process( do not reasons of this. mention improvements here)  B. Strengths and weaknesses of the findings you gathered.  Link these to the data tables, presentation and the conclusions you came up with.  We did this … which meant that … and that impacted on our findings or conclusions  C. Improvements to the process - if time and money were not an issue, how would you redo this research and how would it impact on the findings and conclusions

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