Involving 2 separate residential trips to Southwold 3-4 weeks apart. Students develop a sense of place, are introduced to the local physical and human issues and complete the fieldwork menu on their first visit, gaining skills and understanding of how their study could develop. On their return students complete their fieldwork specific to the titles and key questions of their own enquiry.
A full package designed to guide students on choosing the focus of their investigations to completing the actual NEA fieldwork specific to the titles which they subsequently develop. Involves a fieldwork menu including both human and physical techniques, support refining key questions and the completion of students NEA fieldwork. Evening sessions include statistical analysis support, GIS and presentation ideas as well as 1 to 1 support throughout the duration of the course.
Using the extensive library facilities of the University of East Anglia in Norwich, students will be introduced to the fundamentals of writing a successful literature review and referencing – Before gathering relevant literature for their NEA’s.