GCSE 9-1 Geography AQA: Fieldwork eBook
$7.49

GCSE 9-1 Geography AQA: Fieldwork eBook

By Bob Digby, David Holmes
US$ 7.49
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Book Description

GCSE 9-1 Geography Fieldwork is the go-to fieldwork revision and exam practice resource for the 2016 AQA GCSE Geography (9-1) specification - written to target the demands of revising for linear fieldwork exams for the first time. Each fieldwork enquiry strand is presented in accessible, clear and thorough four-page sections, with opportunities for students to apply their personal fieldwork investigations to revision activities, just as they will in Paper 3. Students
can also prepare for Paper 3 by answering shorter- and longer-answer exam-style questions - both in familiar and unfamiliar contexts.

Guided answers and mark schemes to be provided as free-to-access on the Secondary Geography website.

Table of Contents
  • Front Cover
  • Title Page
  • Contents
  • Fieldwork and AQA GCSE Geography
  • Geographical Enquiry Strand 1
    • 1 Devising questions for geographical enquiry
    • Using a concept, process, or theory inyour enquiry
    • Using primary and secondary data for your enquiry
    • Identifying and reducing potential fieldwork risks
    • Exam-style questions
  • Geographical Enquiry Strand 2
    • The differences between primary and secondary data
    • Choosing suitable physical and human data
    • Using different sampling methods
    • Exam-style questions
  • 3 Geographical Enquiry Strand
    • Knowing a range of methods for presenting your data
    • Selecting the most appropriate methods of presentation
    • Describing, explaining and adapting your presentation methods
    • Exam-style questions
  • 4 Geographical Enquiry Strand
    • Describing, analysing and explaining your results
    • Making links between different sets of data
    • Using statistical techniques to understand the data
    • Spotting anomalies infieldwork data
    • Exam-style questions
  • 5 Geographical Enquiry Strand
    • Drawing an evidenced conclusion for your enquiry question (or hypothesis)
    • Exam-style questions
  • 6 Geographical Enquiry Strand
    • Identifying problems with data collection
    • Spotting limitations in the data
    • Thinking of ideas for other data that might be useful
    • Judging how far your conclusions were reliable
    • Exam-style questions
  • Back Cover
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