Use either a google doc or google slides to organise your data and comments. When finished, your report should be self-explanatory – anyone else in the class should be able to pick it up and it should make sense from start to finish.
There is more than one way to organise your data, here is a suggestion:
Page 1: Title page, introduction, state what your data is about (eg, Olympic Games); its scope (three countries, 1924 – 2016) and where it came from (source – website or you collected it yourself).
Page 2: Put a title on this page, eg ‘Canada at the Olympic Games’. First page of your google sheet. Data table (formatted) and charts (formatted). Write at least one or two sentences under each, such as “it is clear from this chart that Canada did much better in 1984 than on other years. With a little research, we find that ….this or that was going on at that time.” Make sure that there are titles on the table and the charts.
Page 3: Again, a title, and the next page of your data with charts and at least one sentence under the table and under each chart.
Page 4: Again, a title and the third page of your data with charts and at least one sentence under the table and under each chart.
….continue with each of your spreadsheet pages.
Page 5: Summary data with charts, and again, at least one sentence under the table and the charts. A paragraph to sum up the project.
Page 6: Appendix 1 present an unformatted table and a formatted table.
Page 7: Appendix 2 present an unformatted chart and a formatted chart.