# GCSE Geography Edexcel Unit 1 - Revision Lesson 3

GCSE Geography Edexcel Unit 1 - Revision Lesson 3

Clear and concise revision activities to prepare for the Unit 1 exam on the 13th June 2011 :)

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• Created by: Arjun
• Created on: 27-05-11 12:32

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Geographical Skills ­ Revision Lesson 3

1. Bar charts, divergent bar charts, histograms, compound line graphs and comparative
graphs.

Name the three types of graphs shown below. Write a brief description as to why they are best
suited to portray the information.

How is a histogram different to a bar…

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2. Pie charts, pictograms, proportional symbols, flow lines, isolines and chloropleth maps.

% is best shown on a .......................................
Sediment shape is best shown on a
............................................
Flow of traffic is best shown on a
.............................................
Contours are best shown on a
............................................
Rainfall across the UK is best shown…

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Water use industrial, agricultural, domestic

If the water use in
England was IND ­
48%, AGR ­ 31%,
DOM ­ 21%, show
this on a triangular
graph. NOTE:
triangular graphs are
best to show three
percentages (they
100%).

What classifies a topological map? Use the example…

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4. Now use the booklet to complete the following exercises:

Tasks page 88, 69 ­ Complete on w/s and using triangular graph paper on
p156.

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# GCSE Geography Edexcel Unit 1 - Revision Lesson 3

GCSE Geography Edexcel Unit 1 - Revision Lesson 3

Clear and concise revision activities to prepare for the Unit 1 exam on the 13th June 2011 :)

• Created by: Arjun
• Created on: 27-05-11 12:32

## Pages in this set

### Page 1

Geographical Skills ­ Revision Lesson 3

1. Bar charts, divergent bar charts, histograms, compound line graphs and comparative
graphs.

Name the three types of graphs shown below. Write a brief description as to why they are best
suited to portray the information.

How is a histogram different to a bar…

### Page 2

2. Pie charts, pictograms, proportional symbols, flow lines, isolines and chloropleth maps.

% is best shown on a .......................................
Sediment shape is best shown on a
............................................
Flow of traffic is best shown on a
.............................................
Contours are best shown on a
............................................
Rainfall across the UK is best shown…

### Page 3

Water use industrial, agricultural, domestic

If the water use in
England was IND ­
48%, AGR ­ 31%,
DOM ­ 21%, show
this on a triangular
graph. NOTE:
triangular graphs are
best to show three
percentages (they
100%).

What classifies a topological map? Use the example…

### Page 4

4. Now use the booklet to complete the following exercises:

Tasks page 88, 69 ­ Complete on w/s and using triangular graph paper on
p156.