Report and Recommendation, with the following seven sections A subtitle to this report would be useful to focus the topic For example, if I am proposing a dog/cat rescue service, my subtitle might be A Plan for Dog/Cat Rescue in Portales, New Mexico The samples in Chapter 17 of your text will be useful, although we are not following every element of those models These are the six parts of our report

A number of nonprofit organizations and foundations are interested in investing in your community. They are interested because your community (or part of it) has been identified as distressed in some way. Perhaps the schools are poor, or there are few public parks and recreation areas, or perhaps there are few cultural events planned for the population, or perhaps there is a drug or alcohol problem that has become very obvious. Perhaps there are many homeless people in your community, or a high illiteracy rate. Perhaps there is a problem with the number of stray dogs and cats which live on the streets. Perhaps you have no public library facilities. Perhaps there is an environmental problem which needs to be cleaned up. You create the situation and the project; these can be fictional.Before you begin this assignment, define a project which you can pretend that your City Council is considering. The Council has asked you, as a member of the Council and the community, to prepare a report regarding its likely success.Assignment:Prepare a formal report, entitled Report and Recommendation, with the following seven sections. A subtitle to this report would be useful to focus the topic. For example, if I am proposing a dog/cat rescue service, my subtitle might be: A Plan for Dog/Cat Rescue in Portales, New Mexico. The samples in Chapter 17 of your text will be useful, although we are not following every element of those models. These are the six parts of our report:Abstract [this section summaries the entire report, including the Recommendation; see Informative Abstracts, p. 285]Discussion [the main part of the report]RecommendationReferences
* * * *References:In your References section, use APA style; details are in Appendix A in your text. Your project may be fictional, but you should be able to locate documentation that supports your findings. For example, I may be proposing a fictional new juvenile wing to our library, but I have an actual report from educators at the University of New Mexico which gives data about the value of young peoples libraries.AIDitional details:Please include at least two of the following: tables and/or charts. These can be fictional, but carefully consider their appearance and placement.Remember that visuals including photos or other objects are also appropriate, and might aID a valuable element to your report.The six sections of your report should total a minimum of seven pages. That means that your Discussion section will be a minimum of two pages. Obviously, other sections will be shorter. For example, the Abstract is a short section, but plan to spend some time on it since it summarizes your entire report. Your final document should feature an attractive, formal appearance, and should be free of first-person perspective and casual language.

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