### Excel 2007: Charts and Graphs

The ticks indicate the suitability of resources for each Key Stage.

#### KS5

##### School tests

This task provides a step-by-step list of instructions for the tasks that students need to follow.

They then use formatting techniques to improve the look of the worksheet.

They will then use their spreadsheet to create two different types of charts.

Encourage students to be independent by using the video tutorials to support them when they are unsure of how to do something.

school tests.xls

##### World Cup: Create a bar chart and sort data

Students are given a set of data. They are asked to create a bar chart and undertake some basic formatting.

They are then asked to sort the data and create a second chart

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worldcup.xls

##### Disney Students: Create and format a line chart

Students are given a set of data. They are asked to create a line chart and undertake some basic formatting.

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exam marks.xls

##### Create a comparative column chart

Students are given a set of data. They are asked to create a comparative column chart.

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temperature.xls

##### World Cup: Create a pictograph barchart

Students are given a set of data and step-by-step instructions to create a pictograph barchart

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##### Mobile phone features charts

Students collect data about different mobile phone features and present their findings as different charts.

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##### My weight in space

During this task, students will use a spreadsheet to calculate what their weight would be on different planets in the solar system.

Skills covered:

• Multiplication formula
• Roundup function
• Column charts
• Pictograms

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space weight.xls

##### Printing options, bar charts

Kindly contributed by Jo Wallace from City of Bath College

exercise

survey test0901

##### Budget: Create and format a pie chart

Students are given a set of data. They are asked to create a pie chart and undertake some basic formatting.

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budget.xls

##### Your Weekend: Create and format a pie chart

Students are asked to think about how they spend their time during an average weekend. They then use this information to create a pie chart to show the different proportions of time spent doing things.

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##### Autofill and pie charts

Kindly contributed by Jo Wallace from City of Bath College

exercise