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The Avo Club

 

Key Skills

Questioning and Researching: 

Develop questions about events, developments, issues and or phenomena; collect and organise information, evidence and or data from primary and secondary sources.

Analysing:

Interpret information, evidence and or data to identify key points or ideas, points of view, perceptions and interpretations; identify the purpose of sources and determine their accuracy and reliability.Scarcity, making choices, specialisation and trade, interdependence, allocation and markets, economic performance and living standards

Evaluating:

Propose explanations for event, challenges, developments, issues and or phenomena; draw evidence based conclusions and explanations; and suggest courses of action in response to events, challenges, developments, issues and or problems.

Communicating and Evaluating: 

Present findings in appropriate forms for different audiences and purposes using subject specific terminology; reflect on conclusions / findings to consider consequences.

Key Concepts

Civics and Citizenship: 

Democracy, democratic values, the Westminster system, justice, participation, rights and responsibilities.

Economics and Business: 

Scarcity, making choices, specialisation and trade, interdependence, allocation and markets, economic performance and living standards.

History: 

Sources, evidence, continuity and change, cause and effect, significance, perspectives, empathy and contestability

Geography: 

Place, space, environment, interconnection, sustainability, scale and change.

Contacts

Andrew Doyle

Scott Clayton

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Workshop 1: Understanding an Assessment Question

Workshop 2: Focus Questions

Workshop 3: Methods to Collect Data

Workshop 4: Primary and Secondary Sources

Workshop 5: Quantitative and Qualitative Sources

Workshop 6: Reliability of Sources

Workshop 7: Triangulation

Workshop 8: Evaluating Sources

Workshop 9: Trend Analysis