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By Christine L. Compston
This lecturers' consultant is designed to accompany Oxford's Pages from background sequence and starts off with the idea that the scholars who can be utilizing one of many volumes within the sequence have had very little event operating with basic resources. as well as things like what a major resource is and the result of educating with them, this teacher's consultant additionally comprises pattern classes.
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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Minden, Cecilia. How to write a report/by Cecilia Minden and Kate Roth. p. —(Language arts explorer junior) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN-13: 978-1-61080-105-8 (lib. ) ISBN-10: 1-61080-105-9 (lib. ) 1. Language arts (Elementary) 2. English language—Composition and exercises—Study and teaching. 3. Report writing—Juvenile literature. I. Roth, Kate. II. Title. 62'3—dc22 2011000169 Cherry Lake Publishing would like to acknowledge the work of The Partnership for 21st Century Skills.
HERE’S WHAT YOU’LL NEED: • Note cards • Your KWl chart • A pencil INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Reread the information you collected on your note cards. 2. Write down each fact or statistic in the “l” column These will answer the questions in the “W” column. Chapter Five The Final Report It is time to write your report! Begin by writing an opening paragraph that explains the main topic. Get the reader’s attention. A question is a good way to begin. You may also share a quote or an interesting statistic. The body of your report comes after the opening.
3. Report writing—Juvenile literature. I. Roth, Kate. II. Title. 62'3—dc22 2011000169 Cherry Lake Publishing would like to acknowledge the work of The Partnership for 21st Century Skills. org for more information. Printed in the United States of America Corporate Graphics Inc. July 2011 CLFA09 Table of Contents CHAPTER ONE Sharing Information CHAPTER TWO Keep It Simple! CHAPTER THREE Getting Ready to Research CHAPTER FOUR Find the Facts! CHAPTER FIVE The Final Report CHAPTER SIX Reread Your Writing!