table of contents list of illustrations executive summary or abstract introduction main body appendix bibliography index
Cover title of report professional looking paper Title Page title be specific about contents It may also contain name of writer(s) name of intended audience
date of completion name and logo of writers company Letter or Memo of Transmittal A type of cover letter which refers to title of project and why it was done comments about content, esp. what may interest the reader acknowledges any help received
closes by offering to provide further assistance Table of Contents items match headings in report subheadings used only for very long reports List of Illustrations
directs reader to graphics in report includes table or figure number includes name of illustration includes page number
Executive Summary or Abstract Both give a brief summary of what is in the report. They are written last and read first. Abstracts tend to be for academic or professional readers and are usually one paragraph. Executive Summaries used more for business and technical writing. They may have a particular spin for promotional purposes.
Introduction The introduction says Heres what youre going to be reading about and why. It may include background (situation leading to the report) purpose (writers outcome) significance (why is it important) scope (range of the study) arrangement (how the report is put together)
acknowlegements (who funded or contributed) Body content and length will vary use appropriate headings Appendix contains material of interest but not vital can include back-up data
should not contain graphics that are not optional Index The index is like the table of contents except it is at the back and is organized alphabetically instead of sequentially.
14 CHAPTER The Formation of Western Europe, 800-1500 910 Benedictine Abbey founded at Cluny, France. 987 Capetian dynasty begins in France. 1066 Norman invasion of England. 14 CHAPTER Time Line 800 1500 HOME The Formation of Western Europe, 800-1500 1453...
Figure 32.6 Arteries of the right pelvis and lower limb.. Common iliac artery. Internal iliac artery. Superior gluteal artery. External iliac artery. Deep artery of thigh. Obturator artery. Medial circumflex
By Carl Sandburg THE single clenched fist lifted and ready, ... 6 days of rioting began in the Watts section of LA. In the violence, 34 . ppl. ... he is "disenchanted" with President Johnson's Vietnam policies and may endorse...
Start with a concrete detail about the narrator. A concrete detail should: Link to your thesis statement. Have less than 10 words from the author. Have a lead-in, and a parenthetical citation. II. Body Paragraph
The Ideal Gas Law Objectives: 7.0 Explain the behavior of ideal gases in terms of pressure, volume, temperature, and number of particles using Charles's law, Boyle's law, Gay-Lussac's law, the combined gas law, and the ideal gas law.
The intention for Free Route was to provide operators more efficient routing options but due to the lack of a fixed route network a lot of RAD restrictions are introduced to often just enforce the previous streams.
Human-centered design is an approach to interactive systems development that aims to make systems usable and useful by focusing on the users, their needs and requirements, and by applying human factors/ergonomics, usability knowledge, and techniques.
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