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Newbie to forum - apologies if this one has been asked many times before - Evidence

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Newbie to forum - apologies if this one has been asked many times before - Evidence

Post by Sunny on Fri Apr 18, 2014 8:33 am

Morning all,

Sorry if this has been asked many times before...

Most of the hard work has been done (phew!) - now putting together my evidence file. I think I may have gone a bit overboard with too much evidence. For example, evidence of differentiation I've got copies of 4-5 pieces of evidence on one sheet of evidence (using print screen) which relates to F1, F2 and F3. Do you think I should just use ONE good one annotated rather than several? Most other ones I have used two (find it difficult just using just one for any)!

Also have referred to several school policies for Std 16. It's really hard not referring to only two!

So far, my evidence folder looks quite thick. Fear that this could work against me!

Advice and feedback much appreciated.

Many thanks,


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