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The CBD of Bangor

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The CBD of Bangor This is a project based on how Bangor changes as you move towards or away from the centre of the town. To investigate this as a group we have formed four questions; we will answer these with evidence and explain the method in which we obtained the results. ...read more.

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of Bangor. The Four Hypotheses: 1. Is there a district change in functions at the edge of the CBD? 2. Do building heights increase towards the centre of the CBD? 3. ...read more.

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Equipment: I will carry with me a pencil with a rubber on the end, as it is easy to correct things if I make a mistake. I will also bring a clipboard, file block, and a plastic pocket so as my work will not get wet. Safety: I will remember to take care with traffic and bring a mobile phone in case of emergency. ...read more.

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This is a promising start to a report as it has a valid aim and breakdown of key questions. There is some basic use of geographical terminology.
However, although it may be inserted after the method, it needs to expand in introducing the location. The statements of the overall considerations for methodologies are so basic that they do not need to be included.

Marked by teacher Katie Price 15/05/2013

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