Every GCSE Geographer must do fieldwork in at least two different environments. From geographical questions to evaluation, read on for advice if you’re not sure where to start.

Planning

Asking geographical questions, and creating aims and hypotheses

Methods

Carrying out your fieldwork, including how to sample

Data presentation

Displaying your results, including justifying your choice of data presentation techniques

Data Analysis

Finding patterns, trends and relationships in your results

Conclusions

Describing and explaining what you have found out

Evaluation

Evaluating the reliability and validity of your investigation

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