The conclusion also provides a spot for you to persuasively and succinctly restate your study problem, presented that the reader has now been introduced with all the information about the topic.Based on the willpower you are writing in, the concluding paragraph could contain your reflections on the evidence introduced, or on the essay’s central research difficulty.
So a response to the question “Evaluate the success of one major urban redevelopment scheme” might consider the Olympic Park regeneration of the Lower Lea Valley.
Using the evaluation spider a student may consider the following: Summarise whether the strategy was place and time dependent, or can be transferred as a strategy to other urban contexts.
With rehearsal of these reflective questions students can develop the type of critical analysis that allows them to evaluate managed responses and consider them from more than one perspective, more than one set of values, over scales of space and time and across geographical contexts.
They can then spin a web of really effective evaluation.
This resource may be used as an example, however, it should NOT be copied and resubmitted for external examination.