VIP Class Notes (Li)[W]

Today we focused on:

Summarising data concisely for task 1

*Report values of key data points – don’t leave them out!

Writing

The two groups of people are compared on using time than ranges from 1-60+ mins.

The graphs above represent the percentage of families headed by women or men from 2000 to 2030.

Overall, the number of women under 60 heading single-parent families in 2000 is 3% while the number of women over 60 heading a family in 2000 is almost 2%. On the other hand, men under 60 and over 60 heading a family in 2000 are much more than the women.

Moreover, the numbers of women under 60 is increasing over time, and this happens also to the figures representing men under 60. While both men and women under 60, over time are predicted to be the head of the household, there is a difference between the trends of men and the women over 60 because it seems that the men are decreasing and the women are increasing.

In conclusion, a closer look at the data reveals that in 2030 both men and women under 60 are dominant. However, women over 60 are almost half of the men over 60 in 2030 at 5% and 8% respectively.

Revised: 

The time it takes for these two groups to commute ranges from 1 to 60+ minutes. 

The graphs above represent/show/illustrate/indicate/pictures/depict the percentage of single-parent families headed by women or men from 2000 to 2030.

The graph above reports and predicts the percentage of single-parent families headed by women and men from 2000-2030.

Overall, the number of women under 60 heading single-parent families in 2000 is 3% while women over 60 in 2000 is almost 2%. On the other hand, men under 60 and over 60 heading a family in 2000 are greater than/higher than women at 5% and 9% respectively. 

Moreover, the number of women under 60 is increasing over time, and this also happens to the figures representing men under 60. While both men and women under 60, are predicted to be the head/leader/breadwinner of the family over time. There is a difference between the trends of men and women over 60 because it appears that the men are decreasing from 9% to 8%, and the women are increasing from almost 2% to 5%. 

In conclusion, a closer look at the data reveals that in 2030 both men and women under 60 are dominant/make up the highest percentages. However, the figures of women over 60 are almost half of men over 60 in 2030 at 5% and 8% respectively.