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  • Ielts Task 01
  • Ielts writing task 1 chart

    1. 1. Writing
    2. 2. WorkshopOnIELTS Writing: Task 01Courtesy: S@IFUR’S, CHITTAGONG
    3. 3. Writing: Task 01In task 1 you have to look at information from aChart, Table, Diagram or Graph and present it inthe form of text.The instructions tell you to:Summarize the information by selecting andreporting the main features and comparisonswhere relevant.
    4. 4. A
    5. 5. B
    6. 6. C
    7. 7. D1986/87 1991/92 1996/97 1999/00 2000/01 2001/02Cinema 31 44 54 56 55 57Plays 23 23 24 223 23 24Arts 21 21 22 22 21 22Classical 12 12 12 12 12 12Ballet 6 6 7 6 6 6Opera 5 6 7 6 6 6Contemporary4 3 4 4 4 5
    8. 8. E
    9. 9. F
    10. 10. Look at figures 1-6 and find thisinformation: What happens to the juice after the boiling stage? How long, on average, did men & women live in 1961? What percentage of people in Bangladesh speaks a second language? Which country has the largest percentage of second language speakers? Whatwas the exact figures? Which three types of food account for more than three quarters of therestaurants in gastronome? What was the most popular sort of cultural event in Britain in each of the yearsshown? Only one sort of cultural event was popular with exactly the same number ofpeople every year. What proportion of British people attended it? What was the least popular sort of cultural event in Britain in each of the yearsshown? Which country has the smallest proportion of second language speakers? What percentage of British adults used the internet in February 2005? What is the result of the filtering process?
    11. 11. Writing An Introduction: The graph shows life expectancy for males andfemales in the UK from 1901 to 2025. The line graph gives average lengths of life for menand women in the UK between 1901 and 2025. Thefigures from about 2002 onwards are projections. Between 1901 and 2025 From 1901 and 2025 For a 5 year period beginning in 2000
    12. 12. For Each Question Below, Write APossible Introduction: The chart shows the incidents of low birth weight in anumber on some regions of the world. The table shows percentage attendance figures forseven types of cultural event in Great Britain between1986 and 2001. The chart shows the number of underweight childrenaged 5 or below in seven regions of the world. The chart shows UK citizens spending on three typesof reading materials.
    13. 13. Write The Missing Adjectives AndAdverbs:Adjectives AdverbsDramatic DramaticallyImpressive  Slight  Steady  Sharp  Steep   
    14. 14. Now use the words to fill in the gaps onthe next page. use one pair of words foreach questions.Coffee sales20042006a) Sales of coffee showed aslight increases between2004 and 2006a) Sales of coffee increased slightly between 2004 and 2006
    15. 15. Now use the words to fill in the gaps onthe next page. use one pair of words foreach questions.Domestic car market2000 2001 2002 2003 2005a) The domestic carmarket showedan………………growthof 50% for threeconsecutive years from2001 to 2003a) The domestic  car market grew ………………by 50% for three consecutive years from 2001 to 2003
    16. 16. Now use the words to fill in the gaps onthe next page. use one pair of words foreach questions.World population2000 2003 2005a) The world populationgrew……………….between2000 and 2005.a) The world populationexperienced a……………….growthbetween 2000 and2005.
    17. 17. Now use the words to fill in the gaps onthe next page. use one pair of words foreach questions.Uses of shopping bags inBritain2000 2013a) The number of Britain householdsusing their own shopping bags whenshopping feel……………………..between 2000 and2013a) There was a ………….fall in thenumber of British households usingtheir own shopping bags whenshopping between 2000 and 2013
    18. 18. Now use the words to fill in thegaps on the next page. use onepair of words for each questions.Average house prices2000 2005 2013a) House prices climbed…….during the first half ofthe period before falling…………in 2005a) There was a ………….climbin house prices during thefirst quarter before a…………..fall in 2005.
    19. 19. Together Everyone AchievesMore:You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.The line graph below shows changes in theamount and type of fast food consumed byAustralian teenagers from 1975 to 2000.Summarize the information by selecting andreporting the main features and make comparisonswhere relevant.
    20. 20. There Are Three Basic ThingsYou Need To Structure AnIELTS Writing Task 1.1)Introduce the graph2)Give an overview3)Give the detail
    21. 21. Introduce The GraphThe line graph illustrates theamount of fast food consumedby teenagers in Australiabetween 1975 and 2000, aperiod of 25 years.
    22. 22. Give an Overview:Overall, the consumption offish and chips declined overthe period, whereas theamount of pizza andhamburgers that were eatenincreased.
    23. 23. Give the Detail:In 1975, the most popular fast food with Australian teenagerswas fish and chips, being eaten 100 times a year. This was farhigher than pizza and hamburgers, which were consumedapproximately 5 times a year. However, apart from a brief riseagain from 1980 to 1985, the consumption of fish and chipsgradually declined over the 25 year timescale to finish at justunder 40 times per year.In sharp contrast to this, teenagers ate the other two fast foodsat much higher levels. Pizza consumption increasedgradually until it overtook the consumption of fish and chipsin 1990. It then leveled off from 1995 to 2000. The biggest risewas seen in hamburgers, increasing sharply throughout the1970’s and 1980’s, exceeding fish and chips consumption in1985. It finished at the same level that fish and chips began,with consumption at 100 times a year.
    24. 24. Bar Diagram:The charts show information on life expectancy and averageincome (GNI) in six countries. Summarize the information andmake comparison where relevant.
    25. 25. Average Income:Gross National Income (GNI):
    26. 26. Life Expectancy And Average Income (GNI)The diagrams compare average life expectancies for men andwomen and average personal income in six very differentcountries around the world.If we look at the first chart, we can see that overall, women liveroughly five years longer than men in all the countries. At 85years, women in Japan have the longest life expectancy, closelyfollowed by Australian and German women (83 and 81 yearsrespectively). Malaysians and Brazilians have shorter lifeexpectancy, and people in India have the lowest, with women onlyexpecting to live to their mid-sixties.In chart two, we can see there is a massive difference in averageincomes. Japanese, Germans and Australians all earn over$30,000 a year. The figures for Malaysia and Brazil are muchlower, at around $5000. In India, the average is only a few hundreddollars.In conclusion, it seems obvious that there is a strong link between acountry’s wealth and the health of its citizens.
    27. 27. Bar Diagram:The charts show information on life expectancy and averageincome (GNI) in six countries. summarize the information andmake comparison where relevant.
    28. 28. Bar Diagram:The charts show information on life expectancy and averageincome (GNI) in six countries. summarize the information andmake comparison where relevant.
    29. 29. The diagrams compare average life expectancies for men andwomen and average personal income in six very differentcountries around the world.If we look at the first chart, we can see that overall, women liveroughly five years longer than men in all the countries. At 85years, women in Japan have the longest life expectancy,closely followed by Australian and German women (83 and81 years respectively). Malaysians and Brazilians haveshorter life expectancy, and people in India have the lowest,with women only expecting to live to their mid-sixties.In chart two, we can see there is a massive difference inaverage incomes. Japanese, Germans and Australians allearn over $30,000 a year. The figures for Malaysia and Brazilare much lower, at around $5000. In India, the average is onlya few hundred dollars.In conclusion, it seems obvious that there is a strong linkbetween a country’s wealth and the health of its citizens.
    30. 30. PIE CHART:You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.The pie chart shows the amount of money that achildrens charity located in the USA spent and receivedin one year.Summarize the information by selecting and reportingthe main features and make comparisons whererelevant.Write at least 150 words.
    31. 31. PIE CHART:
    32. 32. The pie charts show the amount of revenue and expenditures over ayear of a children’s charity in the USA. Overall, it can be seen thatdonated food accounted for the majority of the income, whileprogram services accounted for the most expenditure. Total revenuesources just exceeded outgoings.In detail, donated food provided most of the revenue for the charity, at86%. Similarly, with regard to expenditures, one category, programservices, accounted for nearly all of the outgoings, at 95.8%.The other categories were much smaller. Community contributions,which were the second largest revenue source, brought in 10.4% ofoverall income, and this was followed by program revenue, at 2.2%.Investment income, government grants, and other income were verysmall sources of revenue, accounting for only 0.8% combined.There were only two other expenditure items, fundraising andmanagement and general, accounting for 2.6% and 1.6%respectively. The total amount of income was $53,561,580, whichwas just enough to cover the expenditures of $53,224,896.
    33. 33. PROCESS DIAGRAM:Task 1 Question:The diagram shows how electricity isgenerated by a hydroelectric dam.Write a 150-word report for a universitylecturer explaining how the processworks.
    34. 34. Electricity Is Generated By A Hydroelectric Dam
    35. 35. The diagram illustrates the basic principles of hydroelectricpower. The process requires the construction of a large damconnected to a powerhouse. The dam creates a largereservoir and the powerhouse is where the electricity isgenerated.First of all, water trapped in the reservoir behind the dam isforced through an intake. It then flows into a narrowchamber called a penstock, where the resulting highpressure turns a turbine. The turbine is connected to agenerator in the powerhouse above, and this is where themovement of the turbine is converted into electricity. Theresulting electricity leaves the powerhouse via cables thatcarry it over long distances to where it can be used.It is interesting to note that a hydroelectric dam creates noharmful byproducts and relies entirely on natural forces toproduce electricity. After the turbine stage, water flows outthrough a second channel and into a river. The process isrenewable, thanks to the water cycle in nature.
    36. 36. TEMPLATES:(Good To Remember But Better To Forget, You KnowWhich One Is Best) Making an overview of statement:We can see from the chart/table……….The chart/table shows that………………. Introducing an overall trend:From an overall perspective………………………….Looking at the figures, we can see that…………One of the first things to note is that…………….It is generally true to say that……………………….One thing that is clearly stands out is……………
    37. 37. TEMPLATES:(Good To Remember But Better To Forget, You KnowWhich One Is Best) Introducing a point of interest:It is interesting to see that…………………………….A striking point is that…………………………………..Interesting/Surprisingly……………………………….. Introducing supporting details:For example……/For instance……………More specifically…………./Moreover………………This fact is born out (by the figures)………………When we lookat…………………………………………..
    38. 38. TEMPLATES:(Good To Remember But Better To Forget, You KnowWhich One Is Best)Comparing Data: There is three times as much as X as Y In comparison to X,Yis…………………………………… Theformer…………………………………………………….. The percentage/amount/quantity of Xis……………..er than Y There are (slightly/significantly)more/fewer X thanY There are twice as many X as Y
    39. 39. Approximating: Approximately/about/roughly Just above/over/under/below A little/slightly -less/more thanDescribing Trends:• (The figures) increased/rose/went up from…….(1)………..to……(2)• (The figures) decreased/fell/dropped from…….(1)………..to……(2)• (Thefigures)……………………….(increased/decreased)….(dramatically/sharply/significantly/steadily/gradually/slowly)………(over the year/in the same period/between X and Y).• There was a little/no change ……TEMPLATES:(Good To Remember But Better To Forget, You Know Which OneIs Best)
    40. 40. Time referring: From the beginning of this period From then until March, Between March and June During this period…. Ending the year Once/when/as soon as……..Making forecast: The trends looks set to continue………(is/are). …seems likelyto …… The trends are predicted to…………TEMPLATES:(Good To Remember But Better To Forget, You Know WhichOne Is Best)
    41. 41. Describing a process: First……Than/Next/After that……Finally………….. As soon as….before……Passive impression: The X is made/done……. After X has been completed, Y is initiated……….TEMPLATES:(Good To Remember But Better To Forget, You KnowWhich One Is Best)
    42. 42. We will be glad to have you with us.Thank You

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