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Building Independent Research Skills at A Level
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Building Independent Research Skills at A Level

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This book offers advice to A Level geography teachers looking to create higher and more sustainable levels of independent research skills in their students, specifically for those looking to complete the NEA (Independent Investigation). The book also contains nine classroom-ready worksheets which provide tasks and guidance to students.
Risk Assessment - Woodland Survey Tasks
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Risk Assessment - Woodland Survey Tasks

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This risk assessment serves as a guide to the kind of considerations one might need to make when carrying out survey tasks in a woodland. It is not to be taken as a completed document and teachers should edit and tailor the content to suit the particular circumstances of their individual fieldwork location.
Clone Town Survey
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Clone Town Survey

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A remake of the Clone Town Survey designed by the New Economics Foundation. This data collection sheet helps students to examine their high streets to see to what extent they are full of chain or independent stores.
Using Statistics in A Level Geography
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Using Statistics in A Level Geography

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A forty page book designed to show A Level Geography students how they can use statistics in geographical research, and especially in their NEA (Independent Investigation). The guide contains information on how students might choose a particular statistical test and then goes into detail about twelve of the most commonly used tests. For each statistical test there is a section which: - describes how the statistical test works - gives a range of examples of research angles that might use that statistical test - provides a step-by step guide, showing students how to carry out that particular statistical test through a worked example Where necessary, significance tables or critical value tables are also included.
Risk Assessment - Street Surveys
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Risk Assessment - Street Surveys

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This risk assessment serves as a guide to the kind of considerations one might need to make when carrying out survey tasks on a street. It is not to be taken as a completed document and teachers should edit and tailor the content to suit the particular circumstances of their individual fieldwork location.
Risk Assessment - Beach Survey Tasks
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Risk Assessment - Beach Survey Tasks

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This risk assessment serves as a guide to the kind of considerations one might need to make when carrying out survey tasks on a beach. It is not to be taken as a completed document and teachers should edit and tailor the content to suit the particular circumstances of their individual fieldwork location.
Risk Assessment - River and Pond Surveys
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Risk Assessment - River and Pond Surveys

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This risk assessment serves as a guide to the kind of considerations one might need to make when carrying out survey tasks in a river or pond. It is not to be taken as a completed document and teachers should edit and tailor the content to suit the particular circumstances of their individual fieldwork location.
Ideal High Street Survey
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Ideal High Street Survey

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Based on a 2018 YouGov poll into what people might think of as an ideal high street, this data collection sheet provides a framework for students studying this topic.
Mann Whitney U Test
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Mann Whitney U Test

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A comprehensive guide to one of the more commonly used statistical tests in geography. As well as highlighting the benefits of the Mann Whitney U Test and the parameters needed for its correct use, this guide also provides a step-by-step set of instructions and a worked example showing how it can be used to analyse favourability scores.