Presenting information; infographics
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Transcripts - Presenting information; infographics
Infographics take graphs to the next level
Text – Seriously, boring…The kindle weighs 247g andthe iPad weighs 652g
Graph – Better… Weight Kindle ipad 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700
3 step process Text Chart
Another simple example China’s gifted and talented students are more than 6 times the entire student population of Ecuador.
Examples – Which is better?
TaskCreate an info graphic on…How you use technology compared to your parents • How much do you both use it? • What do you use it for? • How useful to you find it? • What are the dangers? • Look for statistics to help you make your info graphic
Success Criteria• 1. Collect your information• 2. Think how to make all of these facts and evidence tell a story. How can you show people how big a problem is? Can you find something to compare it to? Past numbers? How can you make this data create a picture in someone’s mind?• 3. Illustrate your data. Find or draw pictures to make your point. You can use screen shots, photos from flickr, take your own pictures, whatever.• 5. Present your infographic using piktochart.com
Success CriteriaIndependent Reflective Creative Enquirers Learners Thinkers