Skill 4.10 Describing Graphs
These activities, produced by Gatsby Science Enhancement Programme, have students write down what they have learned and understood from a graph about life expectancy and mortality. First in the form of statements and then in a narrative form. Students then move on to look at the different components of the graph, such as the labels, axes and scale.
Additional graphs are also provided on subjects that include fertilisers and plant growth, atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations, energy consumption, leukaemia, reaction times, vehicle fuel consumption and food intake.