Presenting information presentation.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Transcripts - Presenting information presentation.
Look at the different ways information can be presented using the key points.
There are a number of different ways in which you can present information and opinions from a number of different sources. Information can be presented through: ◦ Tally charts ◦ Key points ◦ Bar charts ◦ Line graphs ◦ Percentages
A tally chart can be used to record how many people answered a question with the same answer. This is used in a questionnaire and presented using sets of 5 lines consisting of 4 vertical and one diagonal from the bottom left corner to the top right.
Look through the information you have gained from internet, newspapers and magazine sources and highlight the key points. Convert the key points into short and to the point bullet points.
Use these to display the different answers people gave during the questionnaire. Answers along the bottom. Numbers along the left side. Created in the chart designer.
Can be used in the same way as bar charts. Different method of presenting information to add variety in your work. Created in the chart designer.
Percentages can be used through changing the number of answers you have gained into percentages. ◦ Example: If 20 out of 100 people answered a question in the same way this would be 20%. These can be used to add onto your presentation as short bullet lists.