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Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by wallsend, Mar 22, 2011.
Does a pictogram have to be horizontal or can it be vertical?
My understanding (now there's an oxymoron already) is that it is the graphical representation, displayed discretely rather than continuously, that makes it a pictogram, so I think I would argue that it can be either.
I would agree. I am pretty sure that the 10ticks sheets include ones both ways round.
Pictograms - covered in year 2 and then not looked at ever again in primary. So why are they on a GCSE paper?
Draw them really nicely
To make a decent chart
Colour over the lines of pictures
In a sort of block
To allow some pupils to write more than just their name on the front cover
Back to the original q. Do they even have to be on axis or in a table? (I am asking rather than making a statement) Could they be put on a venn diagram to show even more infrmation?