This is the final draft of the Field-Specific Report that you submitted in Week 10; this report is a
revision of that work. Please read this assignment in its entirety and also see each of the
Report Examples in the Course Materials Module
How to Create an Automatic Table of Contents in Microsoft Word
The first draft of the Field-Specific Report that you submitted in Week 10
The instructor’s grade and/or comments on your first draft of the report
Point Value: 300 points
DUE: Week 14 (Nov. 18 @11:59 PM, MTN.).
Important Note: Thanksgiving Break begins on Weds., Nov. 23; therefore, you may use late
passes to extend the due date to Nov. 22 ONLY; after that, late passes will no longer be available
for the remainder of the term. NO exceptions.
II: Relevant Readings:
1. Your research on the topic – use materials gathered for both Annotated Bibliographies;
although you are not required to use ALL sources, it is expected that your report will be
based on MOST of your research sources.
2. A Brief Guide to Recognizing & Using Periodicals – this document is in the Course
3. Chapter 12 of TRW; PLUS, other information from the text.
4. Report Examples as provided by the instructor – see the Syllabus & Course Materials
1.; you started this step when you
wrote the first draft of the report in Week 10. You MUST use the same topic that you
used on the first draft of the report.
2. See your grade on the first draft of the Field-Specific Report.
3. This is a revision of draft one of the Field-Specific Report that you submitted in Week 10
where the focus was on one of the following:
An emerging technology or issue that has developed in the workplace OR in your
major – perhaps there is an emerging trend or technology that has significance in
your place of employment, organization, or school.
Research a new technology that may change some aspect of your field.
2 of 4
Major Field-Specific Report
An aspect of your field that is a challenge. For instance, cold cases represent
particularly significant problems for investigators; how to detectives navigate
4. Use the skills covered in TRW– graphs, tables, or other visuals; headings that help guide
the reader (and you as the writer) will be useful.
5. Write a revision of the first draft of the report. Addresses your research question(s) by
adding to and editing the information covered in the first draft of the Field-Specific
Report. When revising, consider the following:
5.1: Content – does the report contain all of the necessary information on your topic?
5.2: Wordiness – remember that every word, phrase, sentence, and paragraph must
inform the reader; anything that fails to accomplish this task does not belong in the
5.3: Edit for meaning – ensure that you use words for their intended meaning. EX.:
perspective and prospective sound similar, but they mean different things.
5.4: Edit for grammar – EX.: subject-verb agreement.
5.5: Edit for punctuation – commas, semicolons, periods, question marks, and so on.
5.6: Edit for spelling in Standard American English (SAE). Some words have both an
SAE spelling and a British spelling; use the SAE spelling; EX.: theatre = the British
spelling; theater is the SAE spelling.
Adding Length Based on the Minor Field-Specific Report:
1. Add headings
2. Re-read your sources from both annotated bibliographies.
3. Look for sections in the first draft of the Field-Specific Report where deeper discussion
or more information is needed – this is where headings come in handy (they help the
writer see sections requiring additional information and help guide the reader).
1. Include the following headings/sections
Front Matter1 as follows:
Table of contents – this must be a Microsoft Word Automatic TOC.
The report contains your choice of one of the following: abstract, executive
summary, or introduction.
Text – this may include appropriate sub-headings, plus actual information on
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