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AQA geography unit 2&4 COMMAND word revision
Learn all of the command words iused in past papers for units 2 & 4 of AQA Geography for Advanced level
Terms in this set (16)
Consider several options or arguments and weigh them up so as to come to a conclusion about their effectiveness or validity.
To explain the meaning of facts.
Make specific reference to
Link to something, either a resource in the paper or your own fieldwork experiences
Provide a brief account of relevant information.
Set out both sides of an argument (for and against), and come to a conclusion. There should be some evidence of balance, though not necessarily of equal weighting.
Add labels of notes or short comments, usually to a diagram, map or photograph to describe or explain.
Set out the causes and reasons of a phenomenon and/or the factors which influence its form/nature. This usually requires an understanding of processes.
Set down in brief detail. To refer to an aspect of a particular feature by a short statement or by words
Give an account in words of a phenomenon which may be an entity, an event, a feature, a pattern, a distribution or a process. For example, if describing a landform say what it looks like, give some indication of size or scale, what it is made of, and where it is in relation to something else (field relationship).
Make a statement that arises from a factual point made - add a view, or an opinion, or an interpretation. In data/stimulus response questions, examine the stimulus material provided and then make statements about the material and its content that are relevant, appropriate and geographical, but not directly evident.
Give reasons for the validity of a view or idea or why some action should be undertaken. This might reasonably involve discussing and discounting alternative views or actions. Each of the views present or options available will have positives and negatives.
Consider several options or arguments and come to a conclusion about their importance/success/worth.
Set down your ideas on or knowledge of. Often coupled with why [requires a statement or an explanatory statement referring to a particular feature or features].
To give a summary of some results or information in a briefer format
Break down the content of a topic, or issue, into its constituent elements in order to provide an in-depth account and convey an understanding of it.
To what extent
Form and express a view as to the merit or validity of a view or statement after examining the evidence available and/or different sides of an argument.
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