REPORT WRITING
REPORT WRITING
14/10/2014
REPORT WRITING 
 
Report is quite unexplored, but very common, and work in schools. Distinguish between oral and written report (content close to the abstract). 
 
Report - form an independent scientific - research work, where the author reveals the essence of the problem under investigation; brings a different perspective, as well as your own views on it. 
Stages of the report. 
 
Identifying and researching the major sources on the subject (as in writing an essay is recommended to use at least 8 - 10 sources). 
Compiling a bibliography. 
Processing and ordering of the material. Preparation of conclusions and generalizations. 
Develop a plan for the report. 
Writing. 
Public appearance with the results of the study. 
The report contains three quality researchers: the ability to conduct research, the ability to present the results of the students and qualified to answer questions. 
 
Hallmark of the report is the scientific, academic style. 
Academic style - a very special way of presenting text material that is most suitable for writing academic and research work. This style defines the following standards: 
 
suggestions may be long and complex; 
frequently used words of foreign origin, different terms; 
used input type design "appear", "in our opinion"; 
author's position should be as less pronounced, ie there should be no "I", "my (point of view)"; 
in the text may be found stamps and common words. 
How to prepare a report on the humanities - see the handout "How to write a paper." 
 
Report on physics, chemistry, biology and other natural sciences has some distinctive features - custom essay writing service
 
The general structure of such a report may be as follows: 
 
Formulation of the research topic (and it should be not only relevant, but also original, interesting content). 
The relevance of the study (the interesting line of research, what is its importance, which the scientists worked in this field, what matters in this topic has been given insufficient attention, why the students selected this theme). 
The aim of the work (in general accordance with the wording of the research topic and can specify it). 
Objectives of the study (concretize the aim, "laying" it on the components). 
Hypothesis (scientific educated guess about the possible results of the research work. Formulated in the event that work is experimental). 
Methodology of the study (for a detailed description of all activities associated with obtaining the results). 
The results of the study. Summary of new information, which was a researcher in the process of observation or experiment. In presenting the results, it is desirable to provide a clear and laconic interpretation of new facts. Useful to provide basic quantitative indicators and show them on the process used in the report charts and diagrams. 
Conclusions of the study. Conclusions formulated in a generalized, summary form. They briefly describe the main results and trends identified. Conclusions desirable numbered: they are usually no more than 4 or 5. 
Requirements for registration of a written report are the same as when writing an essay. 
 
Cover Sheet 
Table of Contents (it consistently, the names of points in the report, specify pages, which begins with each item). 
Introduction (formulated the essence of the problem under investigation, justified the choice of theme, determined by its importance and relevance, specify the purpose and objectives of the report describes the use of literature) 
The main part (each section it convincingly reveals the research question) 
Conclusion (summarizing, or to generalize on the subject of the report) 
References. Rules for compiling bibliography, see the worksheet "How to write a paper." 
A few tips on how to address the audience brilliantly. 
 
Duration of intervention usually does not exceed 10-15 minutes. Therefore, in preparing the report, the text of the work shown in the most important thing. 
The report should be brief highlights of the contents of all chapters and sections of the research work. 
Pick out the value of all the terms that are used in the report. 
Do not be afraid of the audience - your students are friendly. 
Speak in complete readiness - wield the theme as best as possible. 
Keep a steady view - it affects the audience and teachers. 
Pauses as often as you see fit. 
Take your time and do not stretch the word. Your speech rate should be approximately 120 words per minute. 
Think about what questions you can ask the students, and pre-specify responses. 
If you need time to gather his thoughts, then, the presence of pre-prepared maps, charts, diagrams, photographs, etc. will help you to win precious time to formulate an answer, and sometimes give a ready answer. 
Under these rules, you should get an interesting report