IELTS Academic Process Diagram: Chocolate Production

A Student’s answer correction:

The illustration shows how chocolate is produced.

Summarize the information by selecting and reporting main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

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20 minutes, 150 words at least.

Answer:

147 words. A well-written answer. Very few mistakes. Could have written better with some rephrasing. I’ve given examples below. BANDS: 7.0

The diagram explains the process of chocolate production. Overall, it can be seen that there are a total of ten stages of producing the chocolate, beginning with their (What does “their” refer to? Chocolate? Chocolate does not grow on cocoa trees.) growth on the trees and ending up with production process of the chocolate.

Rephrase in one sentence: The given diagram explains the process of chocolate manufacturing in ten stages from the growth of ripe red pods on cocoa trees to the production of liquid chocolate.

First of all, the cacao trees are grown in South America and Africa continents and Indonesia. Once the pods are ripe and red, they are harvested and the white cacao beans are extracted from it.

After the fermentation process of the beans, they are then placed onto on a large tray so that they can dry under the sun. Next, the dried beans are put in the large sacks and transported by train or lorry to the factory. Subsequently, they are roasted at a temperature 350  degree Celsius, then the beans are crushed and separated from their outer shell. Finally, the liquid chocolate is produced by pressing the inner part.

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5 Comments

  1. simi

    The process diagram illustrates the method of making (manufacturing)chocolates .

    Overall , the whole process involves series of stages beginning from cacao tree as well as culminating at pressed beans for liquid chocolate with the aid of machine.

    In the first stage, ripe red pods are grown from cacao tree in South America , Africa ,and in Indonesia then , pods are hatched ,and beans are in white colour in small size . In the subsequent stage , these are fermented ,and spread under the shadow of Sun .when these are dired thereafter, these pods are put into the large bags, and sent by the help of lorry in the factory.

    Once it has been done , these beans are roasted for 350degree Celsius .In the next stage, beans are crushed for waste shells remove .In the eventual stage, Inner part of these beans are pressed for produced liquid chocolate.

    Liked by 1 person

      1. simi

        The process diagram illustrates the method of making (manufacturing)chocolates .

        Overall , the whole process involves series of stages beginning from cacao tree as well as culminating at pressed beans for liquid chocolate with the aid of machine.

        In the first stage, ripe red pods are grown from cacao tree in South America , Africa ,and in Indonesia then , pods are hatched ,and beans are in white colour in small size . In the subsequent stage , these are fermented ,and spread under the shadow of Sun .when these are dired thereafter, these pods are put into the large bags, and sent by the help of lorry in the factory.

        Once it has been done , these beans are roasted for 350degree Celsius .In the next stage, beans are crushed for waste shells remove .In the eventual stage, Inner part of these beans are pressed for produced liquid chocolate.

        Liked by 1 person

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