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Apply Kevin Lynch’s five key elements of cities (Paths, Edges, Districts, Nodes, and Landmarks) to the following (both the theory and at least one urban example): . The Garden City.

 Apply Kevin Lynch’s five key elements of cities (Paths, Edges, Districts, Nodes, and Landmarks) to the following (both the theory and at least one urban example): . The Garden City; Essay structure :- 1- Essay question 2- Structure Clear paragraph purpose Develops a strong argument throughout Identifiable introduction and conclusion 3- Analysis Evidence of deeper examination of themes/ ideas beyond secondary sources Presents own argument (originality) 4- Reference to theories encountered in the unit 5- Clarity of written expression 6- Appropriate referencing and scope of sources Overall: Addressed the question Essay** The essay is between 2,500 words and 3,000 words (excluding footnotes and references), typed, and set out according to academic convention. Apply Kevin Lynch’s five key elements of cities (Paths, Edges, Districts, Nodes, and Landmarks) to the following (both the theory and at least one urban example): . The Garden City; • Preparation of your essay You must read and understand this prior to attempting your assessment. Students will be assessed on conforming to these guidelines. • Read the question/topic carefully and think about what you are being asked to do. • Read any issued or referred materials and spend some time thinking about what you are reading and how it ties in with the subject. Research your topic carefully. • Expand on the recommended sources of information so that you can understand, engage with and critically evaluate the issues involved. • Use OneSearch through the UWA Library Catalogue to find peer-reviewed articles and books. Refrain from Google or Wikipedia as sources unless they lead you to academic material. • Newspaper/magazine articles and blogs are not appropriate sources unless they are being used as a way to demonstrate particular opinions and not as a way to justify your argument. • Websites from government departments and architectural/urban design firms (etc.) can be useful to provide information on projects or policies, but must be framed within a larger discussion. • Take particular note of footnotes within the texts that you have gathered – they can lead you to other important sources of material for your essay. • Structure your essay and outline the key points of your arguments before you begin writing. This provides you with a strong framework to refer to as you work through the paper and helps you communicate your arguments logically and consistently. This is particularly helpful when you are given an unstructured question as it assists you in identifying the issues you want to discuss and allows you to organise your thoughts more effectively. It is generally convenient to think of an essay in terms of at least three broad sections: • (i) Introduction: Introduce the topic and outline the issues to be discussed, with a strong statement regarding your overall argument. • (ii) Body of essay: Develop your analysis of the material. For an essay of this length there should be 4-5 elements (of a paragraph or two) of your main argument to discuss. Each paragraph should have a clear sentence at the beginning that frames it.

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