Notes On Report Writing - Format and Sample - CBSE Class 10 English Writing Skills


 

Report Writing Format Sample

 

A report is said to be a written record of something that one has attended, observed or investigated.Reports are largely used as a form of written assessment to find out what they have learnt from their experiment or research.

 

FORMAT

 

Heading/Headline - The heading should be descriptive expressing the contents of the report.

 

By line - This line should contain the name of the person along with their designation.

 

Place and Date of reporting - Do not forget to mention the place and date of the report as it needs to be recorded.

 

Opening Paragraph -  It is generally the expansion of the headline.It should be kept short to have a general overview of the report.

 

Account of the event in detail -  The account of the event can be written in two parts. First part should give a chronological sequence of what happened. The second part should contain the remarks of the witnesses.

 

Conclusion - The concluding paragraph should give an analysis of the whole event . It should also include what all has been done and what needs to be done.

 

 

Points to remember :

 

  1. Try to use suitable language for the given audience.

  2. Try to write in paragraphs.

  3. Plan before you write anything. Make a list of all important points in rough first.

  4. Try to do the presentation as clean and precise as possible.

  5. Try to be grammatically correct with no spelling errors.

  6. Underline the main points.

 

 

SAMPLE

 

 

Write a report in 150-200 words on Adult Literacy Camp for your school newsletter.

 

 

                                   ADULT LITERACY CAMP

 

                                                                   -BY P. V. SUNITHA, SECRETARY

 

An adult literacy camp was organised by Cultural Society Sunshine Public School, Nellore in the school neighbourhood yesterday extending educational

options to those adults, who have lost the opportunity and have crossed the age of formal education. The activities of the camp were carried out by the cultural

society of the school and there were a total of 25 volunteers.

 

The camp began with the welcome speech for the chief guest, Mrs. Kavita Naik, a renowned social worker. 400 people were a part of the camp.

They were divided into different groups in accordance with their competencies. They were taught the basics for being able to read and write.

Free books and stationery were being provided for quality education. All the arrangements including desks and blackboard were done in advance.

Apart from the educational needs, special care was devoted to hygiene and sanitation. They were taught basics of cleanliness like types of wastes and their management.

Refreshments were also provided to the participants.

 

The immense enthusiasm and zeal in the people to learn was the main driving factor.The chief guest distributed the certificates of participation among the volunteers.

The camp ended on a positive note. There was an atmosphere of learning and growing together.

 

Summary


 

Report Writing Format Sample

 

A report is said to be a written record of something that one has attended, observed or investigated.Reports are largely used as a form of written assessment to find out what they have learnt from their experiment or research.

 

FORMAT

 

Heading/Headline - The heading should be descriptive expressing the contents of the report.

 

By line - This line should contain the name of the person along with their designation.

 

Place and Date of reporting - Do not forget to mention the place and date of the report as it needs to be recorded.

 

Opening Paragraph -  It is generally the expansion of the headline.It should be kept short to have a general overview of the report.

 

Account of the event in detail -  The account of the event can be written in two parts. First part should give a chronological sequence of what happened. The second part should contain the remarks of the witnesses.

 

Conclusion - The concluding paragraph should give an analysis of the whole event . It should also include what all has been done and what needs to be done.

 

 

Points to remember :

 

  1. Try to use suitable language for the given audience.

  2. Try to write in paragraphs.

  3. Plan before you write anything. Make a list of all important points in rough first.

  4. Try to do the presentation as clean and precise as possible.

  5. Try to be grammatically correct with no spelling errors.

  6. Underline the main points.

 

 

SAMPLE

 

 

Write a report in 150-200 words on Adult Literacy Camp for your school newsletter.

 

 

                                   ADULT LITERACY CAMP

 

                                                                   -BY P. V. SUNITHA, SECRETARY

 

An adult literacy camp was organised by Cultural Society Sunshine Public School, Nellore in the school neighbourhood yesterday extending educational

options to those adults, who have lost the opportunity and have crossed the age of formal education. The activities of the camp were carried out by the cultural

society of the school and there were a total of 25 volunteers.

 

The camp began with the welcome speech for the chief guest, Mrs. Kavita Naik, a renowned social worker. 400 people were a part of the camp.

They were divided into different groups in accordance with their competencies. They were taught the basics for being able to read and write.

Free books and stationery were being provided for quality education. All the arrangements including desks and blackboard were done in advance.

Apart from the educational needs, special care was devoted to hygiene and sanitation. They were taught basics of cleanliness like types of wastes and their management.

Refreshments were also provided to the participants.

 

The immense enthusiasm and zeal in the people to learn was the main driving factor.The chief guest distributed the certificates of participation among the volunteers.

The camp ended on a positive note. There was an atmosphere of learning and growing together.

 

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