Unit 9: Visual Data

Unit 9: Visual Data

Data can be represented as text, numbers, symbols, images, audio and video. Visual the data, is easier to see and understand. It is for the human mind to remember. 

In this Unit we will present data as a collage with text, images and audio.

Watch the video (top right) about visual communication.
Watch the video about other ways to visually represent data.
Create a photo - image collage (left)

  1. You will be creating a visual information graphic about an area of learning. Ask your teacher for topic suggestions.
  2. Watch the DigitalNinja video (right) to learn how to create visual data to show your understanding of the topic you have chosen.


You could try creating an infographic at: https://www.easel.ly/create

As a class discuss:

  • Where do you see evidence of visual communication in your school and suburb?



Unit 9 InfoGraphic

Digital words are a part of our everyday life. Unscramble the word below. 

Match the columns


  • Recognise different types of data and explore how the same data can be represented in different ways
  • Collect, access and present different types of data using simple software to create information and solve problems
  • Recognising that numbers, text, images, sounds, animations and videos are all forms of data when stored or viewed using a digital system
  • Improving the appearance and usability of data, for example using colour, headings and labelling of images to organise and accurately identify data
  • EXTENSION IDEAS (Content Description Documents)

    Current Digital Technologies: Curriculum mapping templates. Click here

    Digital Systems 


    Data and Information




    Digital Solutions