Coursework Data Interpretation

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Published on December 6, 2008

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AQA A coursework gcse upto summer 2010 exam

Data Interpretation Identifying main points from your data collection (summary)? Clear links between information and coasts topic explained? Links between information collected explained and developed? Any conclusions linked to your original ideas?

Identifying main points from your data collection

(summary)?

Clear links between information and coasts topic explained?

Links between information collected explained and developed?

Any conclusions linked to your original ideas?

Level 1 A brief description of the results from your field data

A brief description of the results from your field data

Level 2 Good description of results Give some meaning to your results Some concluding points

Good description of results

Give some meaning to your results

Some concluding points

Level 3 Detailed description of results with clear reasons Draw out the links between different data Concluding points link back to the original key ideas

Detailed description of results with clear reasons

Draw out the links between different data

Concluding points link back to the original key ideas

Past examiners’ comments Presentation and analysis “ In the best investigations candidates use a variety of accurate techniques, including some more complex skills.” “ In the weaker investigations candidates often repeat a number of basic techniques such as bar charts.”

Presentation and analysis

“ In the best investigations candidates use a variety of accurate techniques, including some more complex skills.”

“ In the weaker investigations candidates often repeat a number of basic techniques such as bar charts.”

Past examiners’ comments Summary Analysis “ In the best investigations candidates described and explained their data and identified detailed links between the data collected. They then linked the key points to the original title and used these to come to a sound conclusion.”

Summary Analysis

“ In the best investigations candidates described and explained their data and identified detailed links between the data collected. They then linked the key points to the original title and used these to come to a sound conclusion.”

Past examiners’ comments Conclusion An opportunity to: Return to the original key ideas Use the most useful parts of your data to: Answer the original questions/ideas Say if your hypotheses were correct or not Sum up the main points and come to a decision Link your investigation back to what textbook examples say should happen.

Conclusion

An opportunity to:

Return to the original key ideas

Use the most useful parts of your data to:

Answer the original questions/ideas

Say if your hypotheses were correct or not

Sum up the main points and come to a decision

Link your investigation back to what textbook examples say should happen.

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