Geography 20 markers... aaargh

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So I’m not completely sure how to interpret the word ‘significance’ in my twenty markers for geography. For example, ‘evaluate the significance of the contribution of glacial meltwater to the formation of glacial landscapes’. How do I approach a question like this?? We’ve been told to do two paras for agree and two for disagree but how do I disagree?
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So to disagree, consider other factors that have contributed to the formation of the landscapes and why they may be more significant. Think about the area that the processes cover/influence. Some processes may shape entire landforms and others may shape only small sections. Weathering, for example, in coastal landscapes tends to only impact smaller areas where joints and cracks are presents - erosion influences larger regions since the wave covers an entire side of a cliff. Also think about the force and strength of the processes

I did a similar question for coasts and got 20/20. For the conclusion, consider how other factors such as human activity and vegetation may influence development and how
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