IGCSE Geography Coursework - 27.5%
How does the River Aussonnelle change downstream?
Your IGCSE Geography coursework is essential to your qualification and aims to show that you are able to collect data, process it and then find the best way to answer your question with all the information you have gathered. This piece of work relates to the 'Natural Environments' unit of work and in particular, the section on Rivers below. It is important that you recognise that what we have studied, links to the Cambridge IGCSE Geography syllabus.
Your coursework will be a written report of no more than 2000 words. It is worth up to 27.5% of your total qualification.
You will hand in each chapter and receive feedback on the work but only if you meet the deadline set by Mr Podbury. All work must be uploaded to ManageBac by the deadline. Work that is late will not be considered for first draft marking and no feedback will be given.
How will your work be marked?
The grid below shows you how you work will be marked. It is important that you look carefully at the words in bold as they are the key criteria for getting into the higher mark bands.
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