Diagram Writing Task 1 (Practice: 11)

You should spend about 20 minutes on this task. 

The diagram below shows the changes that have taken place at West Park Secondary School since its construction in 1950. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant. 

Write at least 150 words.


The diagrams show West Park School at three different stages in its development: 1950, 1980, and 2010.
In 1950, the school was built close to a main road and next to a number of houses. A large area behind the school was turned into a playground, while the area behind the houses was farmland.
By 1980, the houses had been demolished in order to make way for a small car park and an additional school building which became the science block. In addition to the existing playground, the school also gained the farmland and converted it into a sports field.
In 2010, the school building remained unchanged but the car park was extended to cover the entire sports field. As a result of this, the original playground was divided into two so that it provided a smaller playground and a small sports field.
During this period, the school has increased in size and a car park has been created and enlarged. The combined recreational areas, however, first expanded and were then reduced in size.

3 thoughts on “Diagram Writing Task 1 (Practice: 11)”

  1. The Diagram illustrates how the sugar is being manufactured from sugar cane.

    Overall after a certain period of time sugar cane harvesting process started the using machine collected sugar cane convert into juice.
    after several purification and evaporation process finally dry sugar get ready to serve

    At first sugar cane takes 12-18 month to growing up and get matured. After that time period harvesting process is begin. People cut down the sugar cane by hand and collect it using mechanical harvester in second step.
    Furthermore in third step a crushing machine uses to crush the sugar canes and convert into juice.

    At middle of the process a limestone filter is used to purify the juice then evaporation process is being starts to turn the juice into syrup

    Finally produced syrup on previous step is get separates sugar crystals through the centrifuge process and After a drying and cooling process The Sugar prepared to be consumed.

  2. The plans display how West side secondary school and the surrounding neighborhood has changed throughout the years. 1950, 1980, 2010’s appearance is taken into consideration.

    It can clearly be seen that the school has progressively extended in the nearby ground, overtaking the place previously of a farmland and a number of houses.

    Albeit the main building has maintained the original features, the playground has been kept as large as in 1950 until 2010 and the farmland has left its place to a huge sports field by 1980. However, in 2010 the playground area has been shrunk shearing half of its space for sports field.

    In 1980 a science block has been built in the right half of the previous houses complex, leaving a room for a car park in the left side. By 2010, as the sports field joined the playground, the car park has taken overwhelmingly all the area.

  3. The diagram demonstrates the changes to West Park Secondary School in three years, namely 1950, 1980, and 2010.
    In general, it can be seen that more buildings and facilities were added to the school, but their sizes and locations differed in the three examined years.
    When West Park Secondary School was established in 1950, it only had one school block next to three rows of houses facing the Main Road. A playground was situated behind the block and to the right of a farmland area. 30 years later, more school buildings were constructed, although their locations were not specified in the diagram, and the original block was assigned as the main building. The houses were replaced by a car park and a science block, while the farmland was converted to a sports field.
    The school underwent further changes in 2010, with the most noticeable being the enlargement of the car park, which took the place of the sports field. To make room for the displaced sports field to the left of it, the size of the playground was reduced by half. The main school building and the science block remained the same compared to 1980.

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