CLAIM FOR THIS TASK: 'The sale of energy drinks should be restricted to those above 15 years of age'.
(i) Define the terms given in your task sheet (The available below is perfect for this).
(ii) Briefly describe the effect of EDs on (3) body systems (). (Check the suggested websites and databases for this task in the boxes on this page)
(iii) NOW DEVELOP A SPECIFIC RESEARCH QUESTION FOR THIS TASK: Eg 'Energy drinks have a positive/negative effect on the …….. system of the body'. (You might look at increased energy boost for sport, mental health, risk-seeking behaviour, increased blood pressure, obesity, tooth erosion, adverse cardiovascular effects or kidney damage).
Interpret sufficient and relevant evidence to discuss your research question. Include evidence addressing both aspects of your question ie supporting AND not supporting the question), separated into sub-headings -
(i) Evaluate 2 sources used in Part B for their . (SEE C.R.A.A.P test document and template below)
(ii) Suggest any improvements and extensions (any data missing; different research question?)
(III) Interpret the reasons in support of and against your research question. Apply these findings to the claim and provide a justified opinion on whether the claim should be support/not supported -
PART D: (See information on on this page)
Purpose: Reason the information exists
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Google Books can be very frustrating because often much of the book is missing and you are expected to purchase it to read the full content. So after you put in your search term you are interested in (eg biodiesel), and get some results up, you should then go immediately to the (on the left - above 'About this box') and type in a particular word or term you are interested in (eg CO2 emissions OR methanol) you should get a number of pages pop up. Choose one that looks useful - you should get some good results this way!
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Shows exactly how to reference your in-text graphic sources ieTables OR Figures (Diagrams, Graphs, Charts, Photos, Pictures). Just follow either the example for Websites, or the example for Journal Articles.