Remember - you write your method as you would for a scientific experiment. You need to say:
|what you did - what data you collected.|
|How you collected - exactly what did you do and why did you do it like that?|
|Why you collected that data - what are you going to do with it? Which aim will it help you to answer?|
|Was it a good method to use - what went well, what went badly and how could you have collected the data more effectively?|
You should finish your method with a 'criticism of method'
|How well did your data collection go? What might have affected your results? How could you have done the data collection in a more effective way?|