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The diagrams illustrate the life cycle of a cotton T-shirt. It is clear that from the growth of the cotton to the throwing away, incinerating or cycling of the garment, there are multiple stages in the life cycle.

First of all, the cotton bushes grow and produce cotton. At the harvesting stage, the cotton is picked by a machine called a cotton picker. Then it is converted into the bales which are transported to the manufactures by lorry. Following the design stage, the finished cloth is sent to a manufacturer to be dyed and made into a T-shirt. The fabric must be treated for color before it is ready to ship. After coloring, it is sent for cutting and sewing. T-shirts which are made from the fabric are propelled towards packaging. Those packages are dispatched to shops where it is bought by a consumer. The consumer wears those t-shirts. After its usage, they throw in the trash bin. However, the best way of disposal is recycling.

The diagrams illustrate the life cycle of a cotton T-shirt. It is clear that from the growth of the cotton to the throwing away, incinerating or cycling (awkward) of the garment, there are multiple stages in the life cycle. (Suggestion: There are nine stages in its life cycle, starting with the cotton plant and ending in disposal or the recycling bin.)

First of all, the cotton bushes grow and produce cotton. At the harvesting stage, the cotton is picked by a machine called a cotton picker. Then it is converted compacted into the bales which are transported to the manufactures (cloth-making factories) by lorry where it is woven into fabric.. Following the design stage, the finished cloth is sent to a manufacturer to be dyed and made into a T-shirt. The fabric must be treated for color before it is ready to ship. (??) After dying the desired color coloring, it is sent (Where?) for cutting and sewing. T-shirts which are made from the fabric are propelled (wrong word) towards packaging. Those packages are dispatched to shops where the T-shirts are displayed and it is bought by a consumer. The consumer wears those t-shirts. After the shirt is worn out, its usage, they throw it in the trash or recycle bin. However, the best way of disposal is recycling. (That is your opinion. It is not pictured on the diagram. Don't write opinions or conclusions in Task 1.)

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Model Paragraph #1:

As living creatures have a life cycle, from conception to birth to death, so do manufactured items such as T-shirts. The process map lays out the sequential steps involved in the production, use and disposal of a cotton T-Shirt, which represents the "life cycle" of this essential and ubiquitous article of clothing. Beginning with the raw material, cotton plants in a farmer's field, and ending with its disposal, there are nine icons representing stages in its life cycle.


Note: Since T-shirts are not living creatures, I have a sentence that explains the use of the term "life cycle" as applied to an inanimate object. There is an approximate analogy between the life cycle stages of a living being and a manufactured item.

The type of diagram is called a "process map". It lays out each step in a process in sequential order. Each step is illustrated by a small diagram, called an icon.

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