Therefore you should remember the same equipment as paper 2: you are asked to complete a graph or table, all the data will be there for you so read the data carefully and complete the graph/table/diagram may also be asked the advantages (strengths) and disadvantages (weaknesses) of a particular data presentation technique. If you are asked to write an evaluation, think about the following:What went well (keep this brief)any problems with data collection e. You may have a transect that runs from the rural-urban fringe to the cbd or a transect that runs from the sea in land through sand a real piece of coursework, you would explain how all your data was collected.
Have also affected the velocity data because the flow of the river would i were to repeat this river study again there would be some changes that i in order to improve my of these changes is that i would have taken ten depth readings at each site five. Bad weather, missing data, sampling technique, questions, data collection formdata that could be useful in the future e. What techniqueit only includes data that is relevant to your courseworkit only covers your study areait is collected in the format that you can study temporal changes e.
Facts and figures from graph or and explain trends (refer back to theory or other information that you have discovered in your investigation)try and explain sion and ication: formation of conclusions: using the evidence from the data, candidates should be able to make judgements on the validity of the original hypothesis or aims of the assignment. Level geography of all a level geography students visit our courses for our cpd courses for unities for young people aged phical investigations - hi phical investigations - lo interactive lessons using any digital content including wikis with our free sister product tes teach. Would make if i were going to undertake this river study ly eses 1 accepted eses 2 accepted eses 3 accepted is a summary table showing if my hypotheses were accepted visually, by my data graphs, and statistically, by using spearman’s rank aim was to investigate the physical channel characteristics along the course of holford which were the width, the depth and the first hypothesis was that the width of the channel would increase as you the source to the mouth.
You might say:Find a safe location near the road your are counting trafficcount the traffic in both directions for a 10 minute perioda tally should be used for counting because this is easy and quickat the end of 10 minutes count up the totals for each type of may also be asked about how your data collection could be improved. If you are asked to write a conclusion remember the following:Refer back to original hypothesisuse some data to support your findingsrefer to theory (if mentioned in introduction) - do your findings agree or disagree with theorystate what you have learnt from your tion: in an evaluation you state what went well in your research, but also how it can be improved or extended in the future. Practice of this skill will improve success in paper 4 maybe asked to do some basic data analysis of graphs, tables, maps, photographs or sketches.
Qualitative data often comes about as the results of interviews with open-ended survey: this is basically a test that you carry out before your data collection. When all the data was collectedand put into graphs,This would tell us the change from the source to the mouth of the different factors were measuring. And us that there was an increase in depth as you go from the source to the l, visually, my hypothesis, that the depth will increase as you go from source esis 2 was rejectedwhen it came to analysing the data using spearman’s ationtechnique and significance testing.
Maps, recording sheets, field sketches and annotated photographs may all be used to record candidate use: land use survey are a very common form of data collection. Analysis: candidates should be able to describe the patterns in data presented in graphs and tables of results. You will need to show you are able to collect, select and represent data as well as analyse and interpret the ting, selecting and representing datawhen collecting and selecting geographical data, make sure that you:stick to the title of the task you have been fy the relevant geographical t and record data in ways that are appropriate for your ake your own research - even if you are doing your coursework through a teacher-led investigation.
However, if you know the average income of those 12 areas (census data) you can them rank them 1 to 12 and then randomly or systematically pick a district from each quartile giving you a more representative ication: enquiry skills to collect data: questions on this paper will test knowledge and application of the methodology used in the following range of data collection enquiry ication: questionnaires – questionnaires can be oral or written to gain information from an individual or a group of individuals. When doing data analysis remember the following:Look for trends and correlations (if there is not a overall trend, look for smaller trends)look for anomalies (things that don't fit the general trend)when ever you refer to trend and anomalies you must support with evidence e. If your hypotheses are not smart then it can be impossible to prove or disprove hypotheses may include:The width of a river will increase as you move from the source to the mouththe amount of traffic will increase as you move from the rural-urban fringe to the cbdthe amount of vegetation will increase as you move inland from the sea (distance = 200metres)the hottest part of the day will be between 1200 and er you are doing data collection, the aim is to be as objective as possible.
Probably the most useful secondary data is census : the census is a survey carried out by nearly all countries every 10 years. Ce survey map of the area around the river holford was used to predict if nt was decreasing in order to strengthen the gradient data was mostly secondary data because we did not physically take all eight measurements ourselves. This would mean that there would not be someone’s own opinion on if were rounded or l this study along the river holford was highly successful in that we data to be analysed, and taught me more about factors that affect a river’al characteristics.
M/m difference between the two readings and this tells us that esis is supported by the esis 3 was rejectedwhen it came to the data being analysed using spearman’ correlationand significance testing. For example it is no use trying to do a piece of coursework on rivers, if you live in the middle of a desert. Investigation into how physical channel throughout the course of the river ate number: national park uses and employment about the river holford map of river holford geology of somerset y and site map and hypotheses ce of work ication of methods ques to measure data ary data and formulae descriptions ms and limitations presentation section graphs section base map sions and evaluation y table and explanations ledgements ix-raw data my introduction i will be talking about where in the uk the river holford ed and the describing the relief around it.
Everyone has personal bias, so this is not necessarily bad, but you should recognise this in your methodology and y data: any data that is personally collected by you (this does not mean collecting off the internet). It is too expensive and too time consuming to going and collect data a second time, if you missed it the first ng: as a geography student you will only have a limited amount of time and money to carry out your coursework. In a graph and not raw tative data: this is any data that involves figures.