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Describing

  1. 1. describing distribution
  2. 2. describing distribution General Trend Evidence to support the General Trend Anomalies Evidence to support the Anomalies
  3. 3. Pg 3(8) Qns 4(a)
  4. 4. Generally, Central Africa has a high percentage of its population that is undernourished while North and South Africa has a low percentage of its population that is undernourished. [1] General Trend
  5. 5. Generally,African countries between the Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of Capricorn has a higher percentage of its population undernourished than North and South Africa. [1] General Trend OR
  6. 6. Evidence to support General Trend (If you can point out countries) For example, the Ethopia has a high percentage of its population under nourished (more than 35%) while Egypt has a low percentage of its population under nourished (less than 15%) [1]
  7. 7. For example, the Horn of Africa has a high percentage of its population under nourished (more than 35%) while South Africa has a low percentage of its population under nourished (less than 15%) Evidence to support General Trend (If you can”t point out countries, ITS OK! Mention region names!)
  8. 8. For example, the Horn of Africa has a high percentage of its population under nourished (more than 35%) while South Africa has a low percentage of its population under nourished (less than 15%) [1] Evidence to support General Trend (If you can”t point out countries, ITS OK! Mention region names!) Remember to use words like “high“ and “low“ to describe the data, not just give me the number!
  9. 9. Anomaly? You decide. :)
  10. 10. describing distribution General Trend Evidence to support the General Trend Anomalies Evidence to support the Anomalies
  11. 11. comparing It's the same as SS!
  12. 12. comparing Use comparative adjective Either eg: "higher", "lesser" Use conjunctions Or eg: "however", "also"
  13. 13. comparing Compare = at least 1 similar and 1 diff Command words Contrast = differences only 1 comparison = 1 mark
  14. 14. comparing (4) 9 Enter your answer at socrative.com Room number 9382 Try
  15. 15. comparing 3(6), 3(8), 4(8)-(9), 3(10), 3(13)-3(14), 4(9), 4(15) Homework

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