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Enquiry Skills GEOGRAPHY MMcDonald Bathgate Academy
Enquiry Skills Why so important? Knowledge & Understanding = 40% Enquiry Skills = 60% KU - 1 ES - 2 Grade - 2 KU - 3 ES - 4 Grade - 4
Enquiry Skills What are they ? Gathering Processing Evaluating.
Take photos Questionnaire = Collecting Colour map Interview Traffic survey Use maps Fieldsketch Observing Measuring. ©Microsoft Word Clipart
Gathering Skills Justification Why would you use them ? Drawing a map
Good source of information information Can show land uses JUSTIFICATION Can compare to Older maps Can see distributions.
Gathering Skills Justification Why would you use them ? Observing
Accurate notes can be kept in a notebook Good source of up to date information JUSTIFICATION Photos can be analysed later Traffic or pedestrian figures to process. Reproduced with the permission of the Ordnance Survey © Crown Copyright NC/03/15232
Gathering Skills Justification Why would you use them ? Interview Or Survey
Way of collecting historical information Accurate information directly from people JUSTIFICATION Can do a sample to process later-50 people Easy to draw graphs With the results.
Gathering Skills Justification Why would you use them ? Fieldsketch
Sketch is more selective than photo JUSTIFICATION Can pick out Relevant features Can compare with Old picture Stores information instantly
Enquiry Skills GEOGRAPHY Malcolm McDonald Bathgate Academy.
Enquiry Skills 10 OR SO SLIDES TODAY!!. Enquiry Skills Enquiry skills can be broke up in to tow sections GATHERING TECHNIQUES AND PROCESSING TECHNIQUES.
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