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Given your opinion on the extra time in year 11. Made comments on the sample data interpretation Used the guidelines on the blog to produce the first section of your data interpretation (based on hypothesis 1). In this session you will need to start your data interpretation for the first hypothesis “The Geography of Blackpool Changes with distance from the sea”. Task one Read through the powerpoint posted Wednesday 8th July detailing what the examiner would expect from a good data interpretation. Task 2 Read through the sample data interpretation posted on Monday 7th July. Bearing in mind the presentation you have just read- make a comment (on the blog) about what is wrong with the interpretation- bullet points are fine for this activity. Task 3 Time to start your own work- you will need to keep the blog available to help you with this- use it to keep reflecting back on as the lesson progresses. You need to describe and explain what you found out to prove or disprove your first hypothesis. You need to refer to your data presentation (ie your graphs and transect and photographs) to make your comments real. Cut and paste your graphs into your data interpretation so that you can make easy links with your text.
Take a look at the example on the blog of an annotated graph (posted Monday 7th July)- maybe this is something you might want to include in your work. Remember you must describe your results first, then make sensible conclusions and comments from this based on the data. You must link your findings to the models we studied. Check out the blog to look at the Burgess Model and Distance Decay model. You must write about the land use survey, the environmental survey, traffic count, pedestrian count and any photos. You must look for links between the sets of data- and suggest plausible reasons for these links.