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Hi guys, I have to start writing the introduction of my NEA but at the moment I have absolutely no idea what to include in it, please can someone help

P.S. I already have my investigation title and hypothesis and collected by primary data
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What’s the NEA for?
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What’s the NEA for?
Oh sorry, its for Geography
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Oh sorry, its for Geography
Ohhh I’m sorry I can’t help I didn’t do geography at all 😂 I hope someone hopefully sees this and can help you but good luck
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Its okay lol, i didnt realise that there were NEAs in courses other that Geography... thanks anyway

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Ohhh I’m sorry I can’t help I didn’t do geography at all 😂 I hope someone hopefully sees this and can help you but good luck
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You should have
A title page
Introduction to your investigation, the title, what it’s about
What you’ll be investigating, your hypotheses and key questions to answer, qualitative and quantitative data
The expected results or trends of the data
The location of your study, shown with maps on different scales, make sure they have a scale bar and a north arrow
A “literature review”, any pieces of research or literature that you’ve read in a book, in an article, online etc that can underpin or relate to your study. For example, mine is about fluvial geomorphology and river sedimentation, so I researched the Hjulström curve
Any facts or features of your location, eg the geology, the history of the area etc
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You should have
A title page
Introduction to your investigation, the title, what it’s about
What you’ll be investigating, your hypotheses and key questions to answer
The expected results or trends of the data
The location of your study, shown with maps on different scales, make sure they have a scale bar and a north arrow
A “literature review”, any pieces of research or literature that you’ve read in a book, in an article, online etc that can underpin or relate to your study. For example, mine is about fluvial geomorphology and river sedimentation, so I researched the Hjulström curve
Any facts or features of your location, eg the geology, the history of the area etc
thank you so much
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