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bar chart

A visual display of the size of the different categories of a variable; the categories or values of the variable are represented by bars of different lengths.
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In this class activity the graph shows that there is no association between the uses of activities and the type of teachers, X2(1, N= 40) =9.308, p less than .05.Private-sector English Language teachers preferred Picture-Strip Story activities in their classrooms, as displayed in figure 7: The Bar-chart shows that 5 % Public sector teachers are interested in using Picture-Strip Story, while 60% Private sector teachers are inclined to use the same activities.
In this classroom activity the graph shows that there is no association between the uses of activities and the type of teachers, X2(1, N= 40) =9.000, p less than .05.Private- sector English Language teachers preferred Role-play activities in their classrooms, as displayed in figure 8: The Bar-chart shows that 10 % Public sector teachers are inclined interested in using Role-play activities, while 70 % Private sector teachers are interested to use the same activities.
In this class activity the graph shows that there is strong association between the uses of activities and the type of teachers, X2(1, N= 40) = .000, p greater than .05.Public as well as private -sector English Language teachers preferred Cognates activities in their classrooms, as displayed in figure 9: The Bar-chart shows that 40 % Public sector teachers are interested in using.
The miniature bar-charts are essentially individual variable charts of measures of location and dispersion which do not consider correlation and are not directly related to the decomposition of the relevant [T.sup.2] statistic.
Notice that the miniature bar-charts of subgroups 10, 106 and 18 each have individual variables whose deviations are very dark and tower above the others.