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Random Graphs (Diagram) GR5 : Life cycle of the silkworm and the stages in the production of silk cloth

should spend about 20 minutes on this task.
diagrams below show the life cycle of the silkworm and the stages in the
production of silk cloth.
the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make
comparisons where relevant.
Write at least 150 words.

Sample Answer 1:
The given pictorial show the life cycle of the silkworm and also shows
the processes of silk cloth productions.
The life cycle of a silkworm begins from the eggs laid by the mother
worm and from these eggs the silkworm larvae are generated after 10 days. The
silkworm larva usually eats leaves like mulberry leaves and completes the
second stage of the life cycle in 4-6 weeks. In their third stage, they create
silk thread shells and remain there for another 3 to 8 days and then create an
oval cocoon. The cocoon stage lasts for around 16 days and they become moth in
the final stage. With time the moths become grown-up and recycle the processes
The second picture describes the processes of the silk cloth production
which have more than 5 stages. In the initial stage, the silk thread shells of
the silkworm are selected and then boiled in the next stage. After boiling in
water the threads are unwinded and they are usually 300 to 900 meter long. Then
these are twisted and dyed and finally, those are weaved to silks. The
twisting, dying, weaving and then dying again the process is done more than
once as per necessary to produce fine quality silks.
Sample Answer 2:
The two given pictures describe the life cycle of silkworm and also
illustrate the procedure of silk cloth production.
As is presented in the first picture life cycle of silkworm begins with
eggs laid by mother worm. Silkworm eggs transform into the shape of silkworm
larva after around 10 days. Then the second process starts, and in this stage
larva usually, eat leaves like mulberry leaves in order to grow up.
Food process lasts 4 to 6 weeks. Larva generates silk threads shells at
the end of the second stage. The third stage begins when silk thread shells
create cocoons, this process usually lasts for 3 to 8 days. In the final stage,
cocoons transform into moths after 16 days. And moths grow up and recycle whole
procedure step by step.
As is observed from the second picture, which describes the producing
of silk cloth from silkworm, total stages of silk cloth production are five.
Initially, in the first stage, silk thread shells are selected and boiled into
hot water. Shells are unwinded properly and unwinded shells are exactly 300 to
900m long. Then threads are twisted and dyed in dyers. And finally, those silks
are weaved and again dyed.
The process of twist and dry, weave and dry possibly repeated if it is
necessary to produce high-quality silk cloth.


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