# The bar chart shows the number of hours each teacher spent teaching in different schools in four different countries in 2001. v.1

The bar chart shows the number of hours each teacher spent teaching in different schools in four different countries in 2001. v. 1

The nar diagram illustrates number of hours spent in teaching in different schools in Japan, Spain, Iceland, and the USA in 2001.
From the chart, we can observe that in the USA, the primary, secondary, and upper secondary teachers spent more hours in teaching compared to the other three countries. Another observation that can be extracted from the diagram is that upper secondary teachers teachers more hours than the primary and lower secondary teachers in all the four countries. The lowest number of hours spent by primary and lower secondary teachers is an Iceland, while that of upper secondary is in Japan.
The general trait which can be noticed in the given data is, primary level teachers spend less time in teaching than lower secondary teachers, and the upper secondary teacher spent more hours than the remaining categories.

The

nar

diagram illustrates number of

hours

spent

in teaching in

different

schools in Japan, Spain, Iceland, and the USA in 2001.

From the chart, we can observe that in the USA, the

primary

,

secondary

, and

upper

secondary

teachers

spent

more

hours

in teaching compared to the other three countries. Another observation that can

be extracted

from the diagram is that

upper

secondary

teachers

teachers

more

hours

than the

primary

and lower

secondary

teachers

in all the four countries. The lowest number of

hours

spent

by

primary

and lower

secondary

teachers

is an Iceland, while that of

upper

secondary

is in Japan.

The general trait which can

be noticed

in the

given

data is,

primary

level

teachers

spend less time in teaching than lower

secondary

teachers

, and the

upper

secondary

teacher

spent

more

hours

than the remaining categories.

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