Reading charts, diagrams, graphs, calendars to obtain information



Welcome to class!

In today’s class, we shall be talking about Reading Visual Information. This skill is like having a special code to unlock knowledge from charts, diagrams, graphs, calendars, and more. Get ready to become a detective of visual information!

Reading charts, diagrams, graphs, calendars etc. to obtain information

Let’s Begin:

Imagine we’re explorers of information, deciphering hidden messages in visuals! 🕵️‍♂️✨ Today, we’ll learn how to read charts, diagrams, graphs, calendars, and more to uncover valuable knowledge. Ready to decode these visual puzzles? Let’s embark on this learning adventure!

Reading Charts and Graphs:

Reading Charts and Graphs

Visuals like charts and graphs hold a treasure trove of information. Let’s practice reading them:

Imagine you have a bar graph showing the favorite fruits of your class:

On the bottom, you see the names of fruits.

On the side, you see the number of students who like each fruit.

Read the graph: Which fruit is liked by the most students?



Diagrams are like maps that guide us. Let’s decode a diagram:

Imagine you have a diagram of the solar system:

You see circles representing planets.

Lines connect the planets to show their order from the Sun.

Decipher the diagram: Which planet is closest to the Sun? Which one is farthest?

Exploring Calendars:

Exploring Calendars

Calendars help us keep track of time. Let’s explore a calendar:

Imagine you have a calendar for this month:

Each day has a number.

Some days are marked with events or holidays.

On which date is your favorite holiday this month?

Your Visual Detective Mission:

Choose a chart, graph, diagram, or calendar around you. Study it closely and gather information. Share what you discovered with a friend or family member.

Questions Time:

What kind of information can you gather from a pie chart? How about a line graph? Feel free to ask questions about different visual types!


Over the weekend, look for visuals in newspapers, magazines, or online articles. Try to interpret their messages and share your findings with your family.

We have come to the end of today’s class. I hope you enjoyed the class!

In the next class, we shall be discussing Written comprehension.

In case you require further assistance or have any questions, feel free to ask in the comment section below, and trust us to respond as soon as possible. Cheers!

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