Report Writing: Step By Step Guide to Report Writing Ruth Ford

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Published: February 27th 2012

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65 pages


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Report Writing: Step By Step Guide to Report Writing  by  Ruth Ford

Report Writing: Step By Step Guide to Report Writing by Ruth Ford
February 27th 2012 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 65 pages | ISBN: | 9.39 Mb

Academic Survival Guides are a range of short guides designed to simplify all aspects of the academic process. Many learners find themselves handicapped by simply not knowing the rules, guidelines and expectations of the higher education process.MoreAcademic Survival Guides are a range of short guides designed to simplify all aspects of the academic process.

Many learners find themselves handicapped by simply not knowing the rules, guidelines and expectations of the higher education process. This guide helps learners to gain those skills necessary to get the best from the university experience.While we all have some experience of essays from school, college or university, most of us are unsure how to approach report writing. It presents a new concept with a different set of rules and guidelines.Report writing follows a rigid structure – deviate at your peril.

More than any other academic assessment format, a badly written or crafted report can be the difference between a pass and a fail, a 2:1 or a 2:2.Is there a secret to effective report writing? No. It is an acquired skill - one which we must develop to get the best from our course.This guide will help you improve your report writing by simplifying both the process and the format involved.This booklet provides a practical guide to report writing by:• Highlighting the rules and guidelines of report writing-• Delivering step by step instruction in a focussed manner-• Giving practical advice on producing a good report-• Helping you master the report writing process.We use reports for a number of purposes but they are predominantly used to communicate the findings of a study or project to a wider audience.As with essays, we write reports because it is a requirement of our course or module.

In many cases they are subject specific – for example, psychology, education, nursing or social work. In these cases it is a skill we have to develop and take forward into employment.This guide takes a direct practical approach to helping you improve your report writing. It breaks down the process by delivering step by step instruction in a focused and practical manner covering the mechanics of the report writing process.The suggestions and ‘Key Points’ in this guide will help you to recognise what should, and more importantly, what should not, be included in your report.

It will show you how to use your note-taking as an integral part of your learning process.Table of contentsIntroductionWhat is a report?Why do we use reports?Functions of a reportStep One Analysing the reportStep Two Planning and organisationStep Three Note taking methodsStep Four Structuring your reportStep Five Report sections in detailStep Six Writing the reportStep Seven Grammar and languageStep Eight Referencing and bibliographyStep Nine Avoiding plagiarismStep Ten Proof readingBibliographyThese academic study guides are designed to appeal to a wide variety of students, particularly those engaged in subjects which rely on the written language in the form of essays, reports, dissertations, reflective journals, etc.



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