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I've had three themes. Multifunctional living, teenage lifestyle and society and environment. It has to stay within an a3 paper footprint. Can anyone help?
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I've had three themes. Multifunctional living, teenage lifestyle and society and environment. It has to stay within an a3 paper footprint. Can anyone help?
What ideas have you had?

I'll tag CoolCavy but she can't do your work for you
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3 themes? I thought u only had one,but then again I do WJec Eduqas or something like that
Haven't done my NEA yet but the year before us had one theme which was education and development
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You need to narrow this down, which of those categories most interests you?
Once you have chosen one you need to think of potential clients in that market, take teenage lifestyle for example - the market will be teenagers. You need to interview a client and ask them what the problems are that they have which relates to your chosen area. For teenage lifestyle this could be broken down into the home, at school, social etc.
Under each category write a list of problems in that area e.g it being hard to concentrate on school work at home or something like that. Make sure you ask people so you are getting real problems and not just making them up
Having a real problem to solve is important because you can test your project later on and see if it solves it, if it doesnt your client can give you feedback on how to alter it and you will gain marks for this.

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3 themes? I thought u only had one,but then again I do WJec Eduqas or something like that
Haven't done my NEA yet but the year before us had one theme which was education and development
Three themes are the norm for most exam boards, most people on here do either edexcel or AQA. 3 themes are given and the pupil chooses one theme that they take forward.
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