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Non-chronological reports. What are the features?. Criteria for report writing. To write a good report follow the rules in this Powerpoint and keep checking your work to see you have remembered everything. Opening sentence.

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non chronological reports

Non-chronological reports

What are the features?

criteria for report writing
Criteria for report writing
  • To write a good report follow the rules in this Powerpoint and keep checking your work to see you have remembered everything.
opening sentence
Opening sentence
  • Make sure your opening sentence or paragraph lets the reader know what your report is going to be about.
  • Avoid saying, ‘My report is going to be about….’, or ‘I am writing a report about….’
notes for the report
Notes for the report
  • Organise your notes into main ideas and write a paragraph for each main idea.
sub headings
Sub-headings
  • It is a good idea to use sub-headings for each new part of your subject.
  • It also helps you to remember to use paragraphs!
questions
Questions
  • Questions are a good way of making your reader think.

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ideas
Ideas
  • Make sure you put your ideas in a logical order.
  • Don’t move backwards and forwards from one idea to another.
language to use
Language to use
  • Use formal and impersonal language.
  • You will need to be business-like.
  • Talk about ‘people’ and ‘they’. Try not to use personal pronouns, such as I or me.
information
Information
  • Stick to the facts!
  • Try to use some descriptive phrases to add interest to your report.
how to end the report
How to end the report!
  • Your last/closing paragraph should sum up your report and may recap key points.
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