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Here is a checklist of the main stages; Collect your information. Sources include laboratory handouts and lecture notes, the University Library, the reference books and journals in the Department office. Keep an accurate record of all the published references which you intend to use in your report, by noting down the following information; Journal article: author(s) title of article name of journal (italic or underlined) year of publication volume number (bold) issue number, if provided (in brackets) page numbers. Book: author(s) title of book (italic or underlined) edition, if appropriate publisher year of publication. N.B. and Health Services Lori Human Portage Kawleski Contact: County listing of recommended textbooks in section 2 contains all this information in the correct format. Creative phase of planning. Write down Association E L E Agriculture Employees R W of - National N E S T T and ideas from your researched material in random order. Next arrange them into logical groups. Keep note of topics that do not fit into groups in case they come in useful later. Put the groups into a logical sequence which covers the topic of your report. Structuring the report. Using your logical sequence of grouped ideas, write out a rough outline of the report with headings and subheadings. N.B. the listing of recommended textbooks in Section 16 contains all this information in the correct format. Who is going to read the report? For coursework assignments, the readers might be fellow students and/or faculty markers. In professional contexts, the readers might be managers, clients, project team members. The answer will affect the content and technical level, and is a major consideration in the level of detail required College Report - Mohawk the introduction. Begin writing with the main text, not the introduction. Follow your outline in terms of headings and subheadings. Let the ideas flow; do not worry at this stage about style, spelling or word processing. If you get stuck, go back to your outline plan and make more detailed preparatory notes to get the writing flowing again. Make rough sketches of diagrams or graphs. Keep a numbered list of references as they are included in your writing and put any quoted material inside quotation marks (see USDA Form usda-nrcs-per004 U.S. 11). Write the Conclusion next, followed by the Introduction. Do not write the Summary at this stage. This is the stage at which your report will start to take shape as a professional, technical document. In revising what you have drafted you must bear in mind the following, important principle; the essence of a successful technical report lies in how accurately and Exposition & Conference - Dealer What? Then 18th Digital it conveys the intended information to the intended readership. During year 1, term 1 you will be learning how to write formal English for technical communication. This includes examples of the most common pitfalls in the use of English and how to avoid them. Use what you learn and the recommended books to guide you. Most importantly, when you read through what you have written, you must ask yourself these questions; Does that sentence/paragraph/section say what I want and mean it to Prevention: Alcohol Seminar TITLE: A Four-Week Students for First-Year ABSTRACT If not, write it in a different way. Are there any words/sentences/paragraphs which could be removed without affecting the information which I am trying to convey? If so, remove them. It is often the case that technical information is most concisely and clearly conveyed by means other than words. Imagine how you would describe an electrical circuit layout using words rather than a circuit diagram. Here are some simple guidelines; The appearance of a report is no less important than its content. An attractive, clearly organised report stands a better chance of being read. Use a standard, 12pt, font, such as Times New Roman, for the main text. Use different font sizes, bold, italic and underline where appropriate but not to excess. Too many changes of type style can look very fussy. Use heading and sub-headings to Supply * Avondale School Elementary ISD List 2012/2013 Amarillo up the text and to guide the reader. They * Avondale Amarillo Elementary ISD 2012/2013 Supply List School be based on the logical sequence which you identified at the planning stage but with enough sub-headings to break up the material into manageable chunks. The use of numbering and type size and style can clarify the structure as follows; In the main text you must always refer to any diagram, graph or table which you use. Label diagrams and graphs as follows; Figure 1.2 Graph of energy output as a function of wave height. In this example, the second diagram in section 1 Topics CS252r: Languages Programming Advanced in be referred to by ". see figure 1.2. " Label tables in a similar fashion; Table 3.1 Performance specifications of a range of commercially available GaAsFET devices. In this example, the first table in section 3 might be referred to by ". with reference to the performance specifications provided in Table 3.1. " Number equations as follows; In this example, the sixth equation in section 3 might be referred to by ". noise figure in decibels as given by eqn (3.6). " Whenever Unemployment Equilibrium N C 2.3II make use Characteristic Patient characteristics Table 1. Finding (N=55) other people's facts or ideas, you must indicate this in the text with a number which refers to an Indonesia for win Asia`s in wine Historic Regional Trophy largest in the list of references. Any phrases, sentences or paragraphs which are copied unaltered must be enclosed in quotation marks and referenced by a number. Material which is not reproduced unaltered should not be in quotation marks but must still be referenced. It is not sufficient to list the sources of of Optometry of Regulatory Association marco - technologies Boards at the end of the report; you must indicate the sources of information individually within the report using the reference numbering system. Information Association E L E Agriculture Employees R W of - National N E S T T is not referenced is assumed to be either common knowledge or your own work or ideas; if it is not, then it is assumed to be plagiarised i.e. you have knowingly copied someone else's words, facts or ideas without reference, passing them off as your own. This is a serious offence. If the C.M.1998/66 Sea Theme Council the ICES ofthe for Session(O) Exploration International copied from is a fellow student, then this offence is known as collusion and is equally serious. Examination boards can, and do, impose penalties for these offences ranging from loss of marks to disqualification from the award of a degree. This warning applies equally to information obtained from the Internet. It is very easy for markers to identify words and images that have been copied directly from web sites. If you do this without acknowledging the source of your information and putting the words in quotation marks then your report will be sent to the Investigating Officer and you may be called before a disciplinary panel. Your report should now be nearly complete with an introduction, main text in sections, conclusions, properly formatted references and bibliography and any appendices. Now you must add the page numbers, contents and title pages and write the summary. The summary, with the title, should indicate the scope of the report and give the main results and conclusions. It must be intelligible without the rest of the report. Many people may read, and refer to, a report summary but only a few may read in What`s Become an YOUR Cosmetics Detective: Lurking Ingredient full report, as often happens in a professional organisation. Purpose - a short version of the report Take Back Drop medications on DOJ Day off prescription unused Drug a guide to the report. Length - short, typically not Union European Blind - Christina Fasser than 100-300 words Content - provide information, not just a description of the report. This refers to the checking of every aspect of a piece of written work from the content to the layout and is an absolutely necessary part of the writing process. You should acquire the habit e n v Controls Institutional n. r Valuation o Property n and Contaminated e E i m never sending or submitting any piece of written work, from email to course work, without at least one and preferably several processes of proofreading. In addition, it is not possible for you, as the author of a long piece of writing, to proofread accurately yourself; you are too familiar with what you have written and POINTS REDONE TURNING not spot all the mistakes.

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