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  1. Graduate DiplomaReading & Writing Spring Term Session 6Language of comparison and contrastComplexity (Self-study)Describing Graphs and Diagrams

  2. Comparing & ContrastingWriting practice

  3. Comparing & ContrastingWriting practice You have 30 minutes to complete this task: FIRST – find a partner from a different country SECOND – together, make notes on the similarities and differences between your countries / cultures THIRD – write two paragraphs. One paragraph should focus on something your countries have in common. The other paragraph should focus on differences.

  4. Try to use a range of these words / expressions in your two paragraphs:

  5. Extra Self-Study Practice

  6. Sentence structure and punctuation:

  7. Complexity:

  8. Describing Graphs and Diagrams

  9. What do you think the title of this list is? 1. Olivia 2. Ruby 3. Grace 4. Emily 5. Jessica 6. Sophie 7. Chloe 8. Lily 9. Mia 10. Lucy 11. Amelia 12. Evie 13. Ella 14. Katie 15. Charlotte 16. Summer 17. Ellie 18. Megan 19. Ava 20. Hannah 21. Millie 22. Erin 23. Amy 24. Emma 25. Holly 26. Freya 27. Isabella 28. Daisy 29. Molly 30. Poppy 31. Abigail 32. Leah 33. Isabelle 34. Phoebe 35. Isla 36. Eva 37. Brooke 38. Sophia 39. Imogen 40. Jasmine 41. Lilly 42. Lauren 43. Caitlin 44. Amber 45. Scarlett 46. Isabel 47. Matilda 48. Rebecca 49. Alice 50. Elizabeth

  10. The 50 Most Popular Names for Baby Boys in the UK, 2008 1. Jack 2. Oliver 3. Harry 4. Charlie 5. Alfie 6. Thomas 7. Joshua 8. Daniel 9. James 10. William 11. Lewis 12. George 13. Ryan 14. Ethan 15. Dylan 16. Samuel 17. Joseph 18. Liam 19. Jake 20. Jacob 21. Max 22. Callum 23. Tyler 24. Luke 25. Ben 26. Jayden 27. Matthew 28. Adam 29. Archie 30. Alex 31. Alexander 32. Riley 33. Harvey 34. Harrison 35. Connor 36. Oscar 37. Benjamin 38. Logan 39. Lucas 40. Cameron 41. Jamie 42. Leo 43. Sam 44. Owen 45. Rhys 46. Nathan 47. Mason 48. Finley 49. Finlay 50. Henry

  11. Why might this table be different to the previous one?

  12. Why might this table be different to the previous one?

  13. Try to summarise the key information in the following graphs in one sentence:

  14. What vocabulary can you use to describe the trends shown within the following graphs?