IELTS Writing Task 1 | A survey of children activities (2 Pie Charts)

Task 1 | Essay 9
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The pie graphs below show the result of a survey of children's activities. The first graph shows the cultural and leisure activities that boys participate in, whereas the second graph shows the activities in which the girls participate.
  • Write a report describing the information shown in the two pie graphs.
IELTS Writing Task 1 - Pie chart Essay

How to answer this essay?
  • Introduce the pie charts.
  • Write what do they summarize.
  • Write a general overview.
  • Write in brief the main trends.
  • Describe the first chart.
  • Tell about the activities on the boys' chart and their popularity.
  • Describe the second chart.
  • Tell about the activities on the girls' chart and their popularity.
Model Answer | Marked as Band 8
Cohesive connecting words that improve coherence in writing . Useful less common words that boost fluency in writing .
  • The two pie charts draw the conclusion of a survey of boys' and girls' cultural and leisure activities.
  • Overall, equal quantities of both sexes enjoyed listening to music, but a dramatically larger number of girls liked reading. There were also many differences in terms of the children's preferred sports.
  • Turning to the first chart, we can observe that boys prefer playing computer games (34% participation rate) than taking other activities. Playing basketball comes as the second most popular leisure, practiced by almost a third of male children. Basketball is followed by soccer, which is exercised by 17%. Skateboarding and listening to music are less preferable activities, chosen by 11% and 10% of boys respectively. Reading, the least popular cultural activity among boys, represents only two percent
  • Taking a closer look at the second chart, we can see that girls' most preferred activity is dancing, being 27% of the total. In contrast to the boys' preferences, reading is chosen by more than a fifth of all girls. Although percentage of female children who play computer games is roughly twice less than that of boys (16%), this activity is third most popular on the girls' chart. With a slight difference between computer games and netball, the latter is practiced at 15% rate. Similarly, to skateboarding popularity among boys, 11% of girls go in for gymnastics. Listening to music comes as the least popular leisure, with a proportion of 10%, equal to those on the first chart.
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Ali AfsharMar 09, 2024
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Faezeh MajnoonFeb 26, 2024
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