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Mervin Perez

on 5 November 2012

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Guides on how to make a report Parts of a Report Title Think of a captivating title. Introduction - this consists of a nice lead that can sustain the interest of the readers and listeners. Descriptive -It illustrates a mental picture of the subject to the reader. Quotation Lead - this statement uttered by well-known person or celebrity. Teaser - A device to deceive the reader in a jesting manner to arouse his curiosity and gently lead him into the story. It is generally short, crisp and witty. Riddles are often used and they do not give the readers any clue on the nature of the story. They are mostly suggestive and humorous Punch Lead - It is short, striking one-sentence lead. Background Lead – It describes an event in which the background overshadows the individuals who participate in it; often use of stories about carnivals, festivals, dances, and others. Body of the Cultural Report -this includes all researches coming from the printed materials and internet. It should be logically arranged in such a way that audience and listeners will not get bored. This may also be supported with pictures with appropriate captions. can you give a some examples of captivating titles? Clockwork Prince Shadow of the sun examples you might know: Different kinds of leads: Example: An ominous silence, broken only by the call of a faraway bird, hung over the battle-scarred hills when suddenly an explosion followed by the yells of charging troops smashed the stillness. Question Lead -A thought-provoking question to capture the interest of the reader and lead them to find the answer provided by the succeeding details of the article. Example: When Neil Armstrong landed on the moon, most newspapers led with the first words he spoke:
"A small step for man, but a giant leap for mankind." Example: What is the first thing that a woman buys when she is advised that she won $2,50,000 in a jingle contest?
Mrs. Jane Roe, informed by XYZ Soaps that her entry took top prize in the nationwide contest, said that she will buy a rhyming dictionary that . . . Example: The President is dead. Friday the 13th is over, but the casualty list is still growing Parody Lead – It consists of a parody of a well- known quotation ,song, poem, book or movie film title. Example: Whisky, whisky everywhere, but ‘nary a drop to drink. Such was the case at the City Police Station yesterday when officers poured 100 gallons of bootleg moonshine into the sewer.” -- Samuel Taylor Coleridge. It's from The Rime of the Ancient Mariner Example: High seas, strong winds and heavy overcast provided the setting for a dramatic mission of mercy in the North Atlantic on the first day of the year Contrast Lead -It is used to point out opposites and extremes. Example: Richard Roe, who started 47 years ago as a $10-a-week janitor for Consolidated Corporation, today took office as the firm's $2,63,000-a-year chairman and chief executive officer. Staccato Lead - This usually consists of a series of words or phrases, punctuated by periods, commas, or dashes. Example: Midnight on the bridge…a scream…a shot…a splash…a second shot…a third shot - After you have already presented the abundant flesh of the cultural report, it must be ended in a nice manner. Concluding Paragraph
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