Information graphics are visual devices intended to communicate complex information quickly and clearly.
In prehistory, early humans created the first information graphics: cave paintings, later maps and now charts.
Today, infographics are traditionally viewed as visual elements such as signs, charts, maps, or diagrams.
Why bother with infographics?
- To transmit or communicate a message.
- To present large amounts of information in a compact and easy to understand way.
- To reveal the data.
Check out this great infographic that shows us how much trash we use and where it ultimately ends up.
SARAH CYNTHIA SYLVIA STOUT
WOULD NOT TAKE THE GARBAGE OUT !
Click here to read the poem to yourself online Click here to print out a copy of the poem Click here to view a YOU TUBE video of the poem Click here to view a another version on YOU TUBE
Why not do a choral reading ? Click here to view.
OR read the poem and.. recite in unison the first two lines, as well as "OK, I'll take the garbage out!" and "And always take the garbage out!"
Individuals can be assigned the remaining lines.
Figurative language or figures of speech contains images. The writer or speaker describes something through the use of unusual comparisons, for effect, interest, and to make things clearer. Click here to view a "cheat sheet" which illustrates the six most common figures of speech
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