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Model Answer to Sand Dunes Diagram

Hi guys,

I’ve posted a model answer for the Diagram about Sand Dune Formation on the original page. Click here: Sand Dune Diagram Model Answer & Tips

All the best

Liz

Comments

  1. Hi Liz. Thank you for the model answer.
    I attempted this question during the exam on the 1st of Dec.
    I wonder how correct is my statement of a chemical reaction occurring with water when the sand particles reached the wet ground as a result of which there had been an accumulation of sand particles there. Grateful if I could kindly receive any feedback on this.
    Many thanks.

  2. okay

  3. Thank you Liz.
    Its my first time of attempting this type of diagram. It was quite useful and I highly appreciate your effort towards helping students. God bless you!

  4. Thank you Liz!
    I was just surprised that one is not allowed to split the overview into two sentences..will the examiner otherwise think I am making a thesis statement in the second sentence?
    Kind regards
    Maria

    • I didn’t say that you couldn’t split it into two sentences. I said you should split the location of the summary (the overview). You can’t have one general statement with the introduction and another summary at the end. All key features must be collected into one paragraph. The overview statement in some cases might be two sentences.

      • Ah my excuses! Yes I understand so it is alright to have two sentences for the overview but I should split it from my introduction.
        Thank you!

        • It is fine to have two sentences. In fact, it is common to have two sentences for the overview in a line graph or bar chart. You can put it with the introduction (as seen above) or after the introduction as a separate paragraph or at the end as a separate paragraph. The most important thing is that is contains the key features and it is easy to locate (start with Overall).

  5. Tomorrow is my exam.
    Wish me good luck 🤞☺️

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