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GCSE Geography Controlled Assessment
Transcript of GCSE Geography Controlled Assessment
To investigate a tourist honeypot site within a locality Our coursework key question is:
Is Betws-Y-Coed, a honeypot location in the Snowdonia National Park a victim of its own success? TASK 1 - where is Betws-Y-Coed? Notice how this map has a title, a north bar
and a scale - top marks! same again on quality Map 3 - a local map. Download it from VLE and annotate it to show the tourist features. Remember an annotation is NOT a label. What's wrong with this as it is?? Then write a description of your map. Answer the questions on the sheet then turn your answers into a paragraph......Something like:
Grasmere is located in the Lake District National Park, and is located near two lakes, Rydal Water and Grasmere. The Lake District National Park is in Grasmere is easily accessible from the M6 and the A591 links the M6 to Grasmere and other major tourist attractions in the Lake District. Another access point to Grasmere is via train. The nearest train station to Grasmere is Windermere which is a local town near Grasmere. A key passage of introduction should then be written. TWO side A4 MAXIMUM that touches on:
What are National Parks?
Where are they in the UK?
Why were they set up?
How many people visit them?
What is a tourist honeypot?
What are the advantages and disadvantages of tourism?
What are the jobs created in Snowdonia?
How much money does tourism bring to Snowdonia?
How many people visit Betws-Y-Coed a year?
What is the background of Betws-Y-Coed?
How does Butler's Model of tourism show you how a tourist area has developed? N A map showing ....... Two cycle paths show that tourists are encouraged to come to the area and cycle around it, enjoying the views and scenery. SECTION 2: METHODOLOGY In this section every method must have the following information:
Repeat your aim
Say why you are interested in studying the aims
Give a detailed description of what you did.
Justify how the method helps you to meet your coursework aims
Say why you used the technique
Question the reliability of the methods used to collect the data and show their limitations.