mamaM
mamaM asks:
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How do you write a report?

It's been a long time since I had to write a report.  Now my second and fourth graders have to write one.  I forgot how to do it.  Can anyone help?
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KidAngel
KidAngel writes:
Hi Mama,
What type of "report" are you attempting to help with? A book report or a research report? Let me know WHAT TYPE of report your speaking of and then I can give you a pinpointed answer. They all atart with creating an "outline" first.

Barbara Antinoro
Educational Counselor
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mamaM
mamaM writes:
What it is, is they have to take something that is already writen and write it in their own words.  But some of the words are hard to understand and I'm not sure how to explain them without the kids just copying what I'm saying.  It is so frustrating.
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michaelbartone
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Yeah a lot of parents go through this. The first thing I would do is ask the teacher how they expect the report to be written. You don't want your children writing reports in a way the school discourages. I always had my students come up with a topic and make a KWL chart. This chart is, "What I Know," "What I Want to Know," and "What I Learned." Just fold the paper three ways to get this chart in a easy format. when they find the answer to what they wanted to learn they place it in the last column. They will be able to flesh out their ideas of how they want to approach this subject. Then I would have them do the reading in books, magazines or the Internet. Once they have found answers to their questions they posed in the KWL chart, then you are ready to write the report.

I always told my students to break down the report so it was easer to write. They started out with an introduction. Then they picked out 3 or 4 aspects of the research they want to focus on. They then title each section, might be Early Life of Hillary Clinton or Habitat of snakes. They wrote what they learned in these sections. At the end they wrote a conclusion based on what they learned about this subject.

Lastly, i would recommend that your child read and research what is of interest to them, but they do not rewrite what is written in a book on their paper. Too many kids do this and have no idea what they wrote. Ask them while they are writing the paper if they know what they are writing. Make sure they write only what they understand. We want the kids to be masters of a topic not little robots who spew out information they don't understand. This can be hard for kids, but they will be better researchers and writers in the end. I wish y'all the best and I know everyone will learn something new!
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julseylp
julseylp writes:
Just do what you are told to do.  Find instesting facts on the topic given, and you will be fine!!
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Skarberg
Skarberg writes:
I been out of school for 40 years now and I forgot how to wright a book report. Please help
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jt14972
jt14972 writes:
Because your kids are so young I would suggest that you keep the report very simple. Break it down into different sections to make it easier for them i.e. a beginning, middle and an end.

One technique that works really well for all ages is the five paragraph essay. It starts with an introduction, then you have three clear paragraphs on different topics and then a conclusion. It's simple but very effective.

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angelanaa
angelanaa writes:
The answer depends on the kind of report you are trying to write. I got to know the variety of reports there could exist, which I never heard of before. If interested, you may check it out as I am sure it will do you much good!
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T_Branna07 writes:
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MariamVivle
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A report is a precise, all around composed archive which characterizes and investigations a subject or issue, and which may include:

*the record of a succession of occasions

*understanding of the importance of these occasions or truths

*assessment of the certainties or aftereffects of exploration displayed

*discourse of the results of a choice or game-plan

*conclusions

*proposals

Reports should dependably be:

*exact

*compact (!)

*clear

*very organized

Different courses oblige you to compose reports (instead of articles), quite business and investigative or specialized subjects. There are, notwithstanding, diverse translations of what a report ought to resemble, so it is imperative that you check with your course coaches and course documentation as to the report arrangement and substance anticipated. Likewise, there is now and again some obscuring between what "papers", "reports" and "assignments" are, so again check inside of your specialty. A significant part of the counsel given in Guide 1.01, How to compose an exposition, additionally applies to reports.

Introductory readiness

Continuously investigate your brief deliberately, ensuring that you completely comprehend the theme, question or case, that you realize what the reason for the report is, and who it is being composed for. The clearer these things are in your brain, the simpler the report will be to compose and the more powerful it will be.

When you are examining, arranging and inevitably composing, consistently solicit yourself what the principle reason from the report is, the thing that your goal is in composing it: will be it to educate; to contend; to induce; to assess? What would your peruser like to find in the report and what will they do with it?

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Arranging and research

You initially need to choose your essential structure. With your primary point or question as a focal center, scribble down your beginning contemplations and begin to aggregate these together. You may discover the Mind Mapping method helpful: see Guide 2.11. Begin to gap key thoughts from auxiliary data, and constantly inquire as to whether everything is pertinent; in the event that it isn't, then erase it.

From your earlier learning (from perusing and addresses), you ought to have the capacity to assemble a genuinely fundamental structure.

You will now have the capacity to arrange your examination. Ask yourself what you have to figure out, perhaps as inquiries that should be replied, then approach you're perusing from this beginning stage. In the event that you have particular data to search for, it will make you're perusing simpler and less tedious. (See Guide 2.02 Reading procedures).

Do whatever it takes not to assemble an excess of data. Once more, remembering your point or question, reject anything which is not 100% applicable. When you're making notes, dependably attempt to condense the principle focuses as compactly as could be expected under the circumstances. Keep in mind to make an extensive record of any sources counseled to have the capacity to accurately reference these.

Make a record of the examination routines you utilized.

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I am a teacher in school and also doing job in a writing company. If I student is giving me a report then I would want a simple report in which things are clear and it should be neat with no grammatical mistakes. So kindly look into these points before submitting a report.
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Blond_Carrie
Blond_Carrie writes:
Reports generally involve presenting your investigation and analysis of information or an issue, recommending actions and making proposals.

There are many different types of reports, including business, scientific and research reports, but the basic steps for writing them are the same. These are outlined below.

Step 1: Decide on the 'Terms of reference'

Step 2: Decide on the procedure

Step 3: Find the information

Step 4: Decide on the structure

Step 5: Draft the first part of your report

Step 6: Analyse your findings and draw conclusions

Step 7: Make recommendations

Step 8: Draft the executive summary and table of contents

Step 9: Compile a reference list

Step 10: Revise your draft report

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StephenDiggle
StephenDiggle writes:
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StephenDiggle writes:
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StephenDiggle
StephenDiggle writes:
If you are making a report  then remember some points like  don't make grammatical mistakes and also it should be look like 3rd or 4th grade report like if you are adding some extra then it will not look genuine.

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