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Mock Field Work - Malham

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  • Essay length: 3732 words
  • Submitted: 12/10/2004
  • Marked by teacher: (?) Katie Price
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GCSE Human Geography

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3 out of 5 stars.
The structure is clear and the author has clearly attempted to address all the aspects of coursework requirements. However, each part is at a fairly basic level of knowledge and understanding. There is no deep analysis or explanation. The hypothesis itself is fairly basic and so a lot more discussion is needed to be able to access high marks.
A good variety of data presentation techniques have been used, but again these are all basic.

Marked by teacher Katie Price 15/05/2013

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Year 10

Mock Field Work

Malham

By Camille Foncel 10Y

Contents Page

Introduction - Page 3

Method - Page 5

Results - Page 7

Analysis and Graphs - Page 14

Conclusion - Page 23

Introduction

Malham has 150 inhabitants and is located in North Yorkshire, in the southern region of the Yorkshire Dales National Park approximately 6 miles from Settle and 11 miles from Skipton. It is a small village in the Pennines, surrounded by limestone dry-stone walls, and with a stream running right through the middle of the village. Malham is one of the most popular villages in the Yorkshire Dales and attracts tourists, geologists and naturalists. The main attractions to visit are Malham Cove and Gordale Scar.

Malham has been a settlement for at least a thousand years. One hundred years ago, Malham was a place of mills and mines. Now, hill farms and tourism are the main activities.

Malham has a National Park Centre and plenty of guest houses. Two pubs, the Buck Inn and Lister Arms and shops and cafés are found here. In addition there is a Youth

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3 out of 5 stars.
The structure is clear and the author has clearly attempted to address all the aspects of coursework requirements. However, each part is at a fairly basic level of knowledge and understanding. There is no deep analysis or explanation. The hypothesis itself is fairly basic and so a lot more discussion is needed to be able to access high marks.
A good variety of data presentation techniques have been used, but again these are all basic.

Marked by teacher Katie Price 15/05/2013

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