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<ul><li><p>Big Picture: How do I successfully complete my introduction for </p><p>controlled assessment? </p><p> Lesson 2/2 </p><p> What: Understand the necessary steps I need to take to achieve a level 3 in my introduction </p><p> How: By critically analysing exemplar introductions </p><p> Why: So I can complete the first section of my controlled assessment today </p></li><li><p>Connect: Spot the mistake </p><p> Cross reference your common mistakes work sheet. </p><p> How many errors can you spot? </p><p> With a coloured pencil highlight them. </p><p> Now discuss with a partner why you think these are errors. </p></li><li><p>the common mistakes are: </p><p> No labelling through directed arrows to specific areas on map </p><p> Lyme Regis- incorrect spelling </p><p> Dorset is a county NOT a country! </p><p> Inaccurate data e.g. population size. </p><p> Information has not been sourced </p><p> Title is too vague </p></li><li><p>Activate: Sohow can I successfully complete my introduction today? </p><p>Strand I have achieved a level 3 because Tick </p><p>Introduction I have stated my research question </p><p> I have located my case study using a </p><p>labelled map with explanation </p><p> I have used secondary information sources </p><p>(websites) to describe the area </p><p> I have stated my key concepts and defined </p><p>what they mean </p><p>TASK: Open your controlled assessment guidebook. How many strands of the introduction can you already check off? Tick them off in the right hand column. </p></li><li><p>What concepts did we investigate? </p><p> Long shore drift </p><p> Deposition </p><p> Erosion </p><p> Transportation </p><p> Higher: You will define the different types of erosion/ deposition </p></li><li><p>Help! I cant remember what these concepts mean! </p><p> Open the back of your controlled assessment handbook to the glossary of key terms. </p><p> Use the key term list to support you as you write your key concepts. </p><p>The key concepts I am investigating are </p><p>I will now briefly explain what each concept means </p></li><li><p>What resources do I have to support me today? </p></li><li><p>What resources do I have to help me today? </p><p> 1. Tgi space &gt; geography &gt; coastal zone &gt; controlled assessment &gt; introduction </p><p> 2. My GCSE guide book </p><p> 3. The example template </p><p> 4. Your information resources </p><p> 5. The introduction is low control so I can help you with parts and you are also allowed to help each other. </p><p>Remember: Do not copy and paste! </p></li><li><p>Demonstrate: Now complete your introduction </p></li><li><p>Reflect: How many key points can you now tick off your checklist? </p><p>Strand I have achieved a level 3 because Tick </p><p>Introduction I have stated my research question </p><p> I have located my case study using a </p><p>labelled map with explanation </p><p> I have used secondary information sources </p><p>(websites) to describe the area </p><p> I have stated my key concepts and defined </p><p>what they mean </p></li></ul>