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14.3 - Reports

What does a 'report' (verslag) usually look like? Name its main features.
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What does a 'report' (verslag) usually look like? Name its main features.

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14.3 - Reporting
Before you start writing a report, consider the following:
  1. The target group: Who are you writing this for? Does it have to formal? Or can it be informal? 
  2. Your goal/aim: What is the reason for writing this report? What do you want to achieve with it? And what is it about?
  3. Given requirements: Often, when a company or your school asks you to write a report, they would like it to meet certain requirements (e.g. a specific style, or look). Is that the case here?

Slide 2 - Tekstslide

14.3 - Reporting
So, what exactly does your average report look like?
  • A cover page containing the title of the report, and your name.
  • A contents page that gives an overview of the topics covered in your report, and their corresponding page numbers.
  • A foreword (optional) in which you can mention the reason for writing the report and who the target audience is.
  • An introduction in which you explain to the reader what he/she can expect to find in the document they're reading.
  • The body or key points: An in-depth look at all the points that have to be covered. This is the main part of the report.
  • The conclusion in which you give a summary of the report. Although optional, you can also use the conclusion to give your opinion, and/or to focus on follow-up steps that have to be taken.

Slide 3 - Tekstslide

14.3 - Reporting
So, what exactly does your average report look like?
  • An appendix (bijlage) with images/texts that you refer to in your report, that are a bit too long/big to actually include in the body.
  • A Sources page with links to the sources you used to write the report.

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14.3 - Reporting
No grammar today (even though I said so!)
Instead, I'd like you to spend this time on your exercises instead!

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14.3 - Reporting
Next class...
We will have a look at grammar! More specifically: Conditional Clauses (if-zinnen)

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Translate the following sentence into English:
"Als mensen niet eten of drinken sterven ze"

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Translate the following sentence into English:
"Als je meneer Dam tegenkomt in een spel dan zal je verliezen"

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Translate the following sentence into English:
"Als ik rijk was, zou ik meneer Dam een miljoen geven."

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Translate the following sentence into English:
"Als je meer geoefend had, had je meneer Dam kunnen verslaan."

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14.3 - Reporting
Let's see if you can apply these forms based on the context given.

Go to NUEngels Online, and do the Grammar Practice exercise for 14.3

When you're done, you can continue working on the other exercises.

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