A report is a formal statement containing facts about an investigation. It contains statistical data, results of an experiment, or simply an update on an ongoing inquiry.
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Business Reports: Business reports are useful in business contexts, where they present useful ideas in a structured manner. By reading a business report, one gains insights into the market situation or trends in the growth of a business.
Formal Business Reports: The reports tend to be longer than informal business reports. Differences between the two can also be determined by other factors such as the way facts are presented, depth of analysis, and scope of interpretation.
Book reports provide a summary of a booksâ€™ contents, line of argument, and thesis statement. Teachers tend to establish their own rules regarding what they would like to see included in a book report. Meanwhile, some components are common in all book reports, and they include: Introduction, Body, and Conclusion.
The Introduction identifies the bookâ€™s title, its story line, and why it was chosen for analysis.
The body describes different parts of the story, which include theme, setting, plot, and characters.
The Theme identifies the main idea presented in the story. For example, a story may be all about the value of friendship. The report writer should tell the reader what he thinks is the theme and his or her reasons for holding this view.
The Setting outlines the spatial-temporal dimensions of the story. Some stories tell us about things that happened thousands of years ago while others highlights issues that we have seen in the news in the recent past. Others provide stories that are based on imaginary events.
The Plot outlines what actually happens in the story as narrated by the author. At this stage, the writer should identify the main event being described and the developing conflict. This is also the time to tell the reader the outcome of the conflict and how the story ends. However, the book report must be careful to avoid retelling most of the details of the story. Doing so will not only confuse readers but also take away time and space that is much needed for other important contents of the report.
The Characters are the individuals who have been mentioned as participants in the story. Of particular importance is the protagonist, also known as the main character. The report should also explain the role that other characters play in developing the main character.
Personal Views: Upon summarizing the book, the writer can give his Personal Views on it, for example, whether it was well written, whether he likes it, and his views on the most interesting part of the book. At this point, the writer can address a wide range of issues, including how the book made him feel, other books written using a similar approach, the most important lessons to learn from reading the book, and whether he or she would recommend it to his friends.
Conclusion: This part briefly sums up the contents of the book report. The writer then gives his parting shot, highlighting the most important point he or she feels other readers should know about the book.
Field Reports are commonly used by faculty members to follow up on the progress of field studies being conducted by students in their individual capacities or as groups. In some cases, field reports are written by students who have initiated field projects independently.
Progress Reports provide an update on an ongoing phenomenon, for example, the performance of a company during the first quarter of the current financial year.
Technical Reports, also known as experimental reports, follow different structures depending on industry and discipline. They are normally written using technical terminology and contain a high degree of specificity in terms of the evidence provided and the audience targeted. The purpose of a technical report must be congruent with the principles of a specific discipline.
All types of reports normally require a lengthier process of preparation than conventional research papers. To shorten this process, some professors prefer to assign a report assignment to a group of students, with each group member handling a specific piece of the work. This approach is normally preferred by students because it enables them to complement their abilities and to cover up for one anotherâ€™s shortcomings.
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