We know a bar chart should:* have a title.* have numbered and labelled axis.* have clear bars showing how much ofsomething has been observed/recorded.* be numbered with sensible intervals.* answer questions about the data.
Horizontal axis(x). Alwayslabelled.Verticalaxis (y).Alwayslabelledandnumbered.A bar chart alwayshas a title.The height of the bars showhow many of something wasscored/recorded.It might alsohave a ‘legend’.This showswhat thecolour ofeach barrepresents.
How can we collect theinformation we need to constructa bar chart?
A frequency chart issimilar to a tally chart…except you just write thenumber instead ofrecording by tally!
FavouriteCharacterFrequencyAslanPeterLucySusanEdmundMr TumnusWhite WitchMr BeaverLike this…Insert any other characters here
Your QuestTables 1 and 2: What are the favourite Narnia characters inYear 3?* Use the given frequency chart and record the favourite Narniacharacters in Year 3.* Create a bar chart showing the information you have collected.
Your QuestTables 3 and 4: Which creatures appear most frequently inthe final battle scene?* Use the given frequency information and chart and record howmany times the creatures appear.* Create a bar chart showing the information you have collected.
Your QuestTable 5: What are the favourite Narnia characters in Year 3?* Create a frequency chart to find out the favourite Narnia charactersin the class.* Survey the class.* Create a bar chart, with a legend, showing the information you havecollected.* Write some other questions your bar chart could answer.