Title of Issue


This is where you put all the information and discussion about the issue. You talk about the issue in general terms and hopefully you are able to give a few examples. Students who consider the issue globally will gain more marks. This may be a place to talk about it here and then it would be a good idea to look at the issue from different perspectives to show a global awareness in the examples.

Area of Impact 1

Evidence of issue

This is where you present an issue that you have found from a reliable source. You should write this in your own words (explanation givein examples) and make sure that you have made an explicit link between your evidence and the issue (analysis)

Other Evidence of Issue


This is where you find additional evidence of the issue from another perspective or better still evidence to counter the evidence presented above. (explanation) For example, you may present an issue that is specific to a country then present evidence to suggest that this issue is not as problematic or not evident in another part of the world (analysis)

Area of Impact 2

Evidence of issue

This is where you present an issue that you have found from a reliable source. You should write this in your own words an make sure that you have made an explicit link between your evidence and the issue (analysis)

Other Evidence of Issue


This is where you find additional evidence of the issue from another perspective or better still evidence to counter the evidence presented above. For example, you may present an issue that is specific to a country then present evidence to suggest that this issue is not as problematic or not evident in another part of the world (analysis)

Overall Analysis

What inferences can you make from the evidence? What ideas ares similar? What are unique to the area of impact? Compare and contrast, discuss....

Evaluation

Finally you should evaluate your findings. This may include:
    • Is this a global issue?
    • Short term or long term comparison
    • Long range impact of issues
    • Comparison between items (apportioning priority)
    • Area of impact most likely to be affected
    • A discussion of the sources used (reliability, date of publication, author and target audience)

Bibliography

Although you will have put in links above, you should include a formal bibliography here