Part B (team): Displaying your Country’s Results
Your country is participating in the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics.Luckily, you have been selected to go to the Olympics to report on your country's standings.
As a team of reporters for your country, you must display your country'smedal achievement
in relation to other countries at the Olympics.Some considerations:
-You will ultimately choose two graphs to represent the information aboutyour country’s performance in the 2010 Winter Olympics.-One graph will show the data in the most accurate way possible. Thisgraph will be displayed in Olympic Village.-The second graph will show your data in a very biased way. This graphwill be displayed in all the newspapers in your country to show howawesome your country did at the Olympics!!!-What will you display? (Medals, Medal points, per capita medals, medalsper athlete, etc)-Which other countries will you compare your data to?
-Make 5 Graphs (bar, line, circle, others?). Choose 2 torepresent your data (one to show in your country and one todisplay in 'Olympic Village').-Discuss the limitations and strengths of each graph.
-Peer review groups will critique your choices for datarepresentation, giving the original group the opportunity tochange/discard before each graph hits the "printing press".