The Stages of Report Writing
This session will introduce the four stages of report
writing: investigating, planning, writing, and revising.
The First Stage – Investigating
The first step is to gather the information for your report.
In this session will give participants some guidelines to ensure that what they
gather is accurate.
The Second Stage – Planning
Next, participants will learn how to plan a report based on
information gathered during the first stage.
The Third Stage – Writing
This session will give participants some ways to ensure that
their writing is clear, concise, complete, and correct.
The Fourth Stage – Revising
In this session, participants will learn about the
importance of revision, including spelling and grammar checks.
This session will provide a brief introduction to organizing
Charts and Graphs
Next, participants will learn the right way to add charts
and graphs to their report.
During this session, participants will learn how writing a
proposal is different from writing a report. Participants will also review the
ten steps to successful proposal writing.
This session will look at finishing touches for a report,
including steps in the persuasion process, how to design your message, and how
to deal with tough questions.
To summarize all that they have learned, participants will
peer edit each others’ work.
This final session will focus on documentation methods and