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  • April 6th, 2016

Common Core Standards

Paper, Order, or Assignment Requirements

Begin your research. You will need 6 sources from a variety of media (Internet, electronic databases, books, videos). Once you have your research, you will need to evaluate each source and decide how you will incorporate this information into your research. You should have some idea how your paper will be organized before you select your sources. The prompts tell you what should be included in your report. After you evaluate each source you will summarize the main points of the article in an annotated bibliography.

You will need to view and evaluate each source and summarize the main points (about 200 words for each summary). You will also need to briefly explain how this article will be used in the paper (about 50 words).

The sources need to be arranged according to author’s last name using the proper MLA format.

Once you have your research summarized, you are ready to begin putting the paper together.

*CHOOSE FROM ONE OF THESE FOUR REPORTS LISTED BELOW!!

Organization and Examples

Introduction

The recommendation report is an analytical report. Your introduction should provide background information and summarize the rhetorical situation. Much of the information for the introduction can come from your topic proposal. You will include two sections in the introduction: the rhetorical situation and the methodology. Your introduction should end with your proposal.

History of the Problem-Causes/Effect

Your second section in the recommendation report should discuss an historical perspective and definition of the problem. You should discuss the cause (major and contributing) and the effects of the problem showing why the problem is important and why something should be done to prevent or solve the problem.

Recommendations

This is the heart of the report. What did your research show to be the best way to prevent coastal erosion? Choose three to five recommendations that you can present to your client and describe each on in detail. Be sure to support your recommendations with examples and research.

Conclusions/Discuss

In your last section you review the results of the study and draw any conclusions from your research that will help your client decide the best actions to take.

OR…

Feasibility Report

Introduction

The feasibility report is an analytical report. Your introduction should provide background information and summarize the rhetorical situation. Much of the information for the introduction can come from your topic proposal. You will include two sections in the introduction: the rhetorical situation and the methodology. Your introduction should end with your proposal.

History of the Problem-Causes/Effect

Your second section in the recommendation report should discuss an historical perspective and definition of the problem. You should discuss the cause (major and contributing) and the effects of the problem showing why the problem is important and why something should be done to prevent or solve the problem.

Summary of the Proposed Project

This section clearly outlines the proposed project. Talk about the who, what, when, where, and why. Define any terms and give a brief history of how the idea began and where it stands today.

Review of Literature

This is the heart of the report. What did your research show about the effectiveness of this idea? Give a summary of what you found in your research. Review the results what you have discovered. This section will differ depending on your topic.

Benefits and Drawbacks

Now is the time to summarize the benefits of going ahead with the project. Give the pros and the cons. If there are more cons than pros, start with the cons. If the benefits outweigh the drawbacks, start with the benefits.

Conclusions/Discuss

In your last section you review the results of the study and draw any conclusions from your research that will help your client decide the best actions to take.

OR…

Research Report

The research report presents the results of a study. These reports stress cause and effect, showing how events in the past have developed into the current situation. This is also an analytical report.

Introduction

Again, you will begin your paper with an overview of the rhetorical situation. The research report topics are real, so the only fictional part of the is your position as the author and your fictional reader. You will need to include your research methodology and your research question in the introduction as well.

History of the Problem

The research question needs to outline how past events have led to the current situation, so looking into the history of the problem is very important. In this part of the paper, you will be presenting factual information but will not be getting into the causes.

Causes and Effects

In this section, you will explore the main cause and precipitating causes and effects and will tie your findings into what you presented in the history section.

Discussion and Conclusions

Here you will be drawing conclusions from your research and offering any recommendations for the future.

OR…

Incident Report (NEW)

The incident report is based on a real life incident, so you do not need to make anything up except your name. Your position and the rhetorical situation are given in the prompt.

Introduction

The introduction needs to describe the rhetorical situation. Tell who you are and who has asked you to write this report. Briefly summarize the who, what, when, where, and why of the incident (in one or two sentences). Explain your methodology which will be research as well as personal experience and interviews. Since you were not on the scene, you will need to read eye witness reports and interviews and use that information in the paper. End with the purpose statement which is to tell what happened, why it happened and how to prevent it from happening again.

Part I: Summarize what happened. Give a timeline of the events. You can get this from the articles on the incident.

Part II: Explore why this event occurred. There will be more than one cause. The precipitating cause can be obvious, but you need to then get into some of the contributing causes which might be to look back in time and view the history.

Part III: What can be done in the future to make sure this type of event does not re-occur? Back this up with research.

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