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Unit 3 Assignment 1
THIS IS A UNIT 3 ASSIGNMENT, NOT UNIT 4. As stuvia did not have a unit 3 option.
This assignment meets the following criteria:
Decide on a topic around which to base your investigation.
Research your topic using a range of suitable sources
You then need to research the topic so that you are able to produce a suitable hypothesis and suggest a method.
You should compile the information you have collected and produce a list of the references you have used, using the Harvard referencing system.
You must use a wide range (at least 3) of sources and it is helpful to list them as you work through them.
Keep any methods you find as these will be useful later for P3 and D1.
It is essential that you choose an investigation which has variations of approach so that you can evaluate them.
This provides evidence for P2
Draw a table of your research references showing the information from each concerning your chosen topic of investigation.
Analyse which ones are relevant to your work and which ones are not and discuss, giving reasons.
You can either do this as a written explanation or present your work to your tutor who will record a witness statement
This provides evidence for M1
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