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• Your report has a word limit of ~750 words (note: a standard MS Word doc, double-spaced, 12pt Times New Roman font, with MLA standard margins, has roughly 250 words per page).
• What does this mean for you? Well…750/250 = …
Obviously, if your spacing is less than double, you’re going to fit more words on fewer pages. This is just a general guid
• Be sure to choose your report “type”: one appropriate for a final report
• “descriptive”: meeting minutes, trip/activity reports, progress and planning reports
• “evaluative”: audit reports, white papers, options analysis, feasibility and impact reports
• see Appendix D but refer back throughout the textbook if you are unsure of any HOC or LOC details for your report.
• Remember: this is called your “Final Report” for a reason–it is a demonstration of what we’ve gathered cumulatively throughout term.
• 10 Step Pre-Writing Checklist (MWW 45)
• Generating valuable report content comes from anticipating and answering your reader’s questions (MWW 180). For further review on generating content, see MWW 42: “Using the 5 C’s & 5 W’s”
• Regardless of length, most documents are structured around three parts—introduction, discussion, ending—with each part corresponding to your reader’s “macro-questions” (MWW 50).
• Note: Always be aware of your topic, voice, and tone.