Hello her is my Assignment and all the rquairmant
Working alone, you will create a technical report related to an approved technical communication topic.
*Note – Technical Report Proposals are due Tuesday, April 19th, and topics will be approved by Tuesday, April 26th. Students should not change topics after April 26th.
MY PROJECT CALLED “GARBAGE INSECTS SPRAYER”
MY PROJECT IS A GARBAGE THAT WILL REDUCE THE POLLUTION IN THE WORD BY HAVING A LASER SETECTOR THAT GIVES A SINGLE TO THE INSECTICIDE SPRAYER TO SPRAY CHIMICAL SUBSTANCE ON EVERY GARBAGE BAG IS DROPPED WHICH WILL NOT INFECT PEOPLE SKIN AND MAKE SURE TO KILL THE BACTERIA AND STOP IT FROM GROWING.
The purpose of this assignment is to understand the basic features of a technical report and gain practical experience in constructing a large research report.
After reading Chapter 10: Analytical Reports in Technical Communication Today (5th edition), create a formal research report on a technical communication topic.
Technical Reports should have at least one research question that guides the purpose of the report.
All reports should include the following sections:
- Historical background on topic
- Current evaluation of topic
- Future assessment of topic
- How your topic relates to technical communication
(You can decide how to fit the required sections into your report).
Reports should have the following features:
- Front Matter: Cover page, table of contents, list of illustrations (optional), and executive summary.
- Introduction: State the subject and purpose of the report, identify your research question, identify the audience of the report, and provide background information on the subject.
- Methodology: Explain step-by-step how the research was conducted.
- Results: Present facts, data, and evidence collected.
- Discussion: Explain the results found and relate the result to the research question.
- Conclusion: Restate the report’s main point and conclude report.
- Back Matter: Reference page and supporting information.
Reports must be written in 3rd person pronoun, information should be cited and referenced in APA style, font must be Times New Roman 12 point, and reports should be double-spaced. Also, listed below are the minimum (and maximum) page length requirements for each part of the report:
- Cover Page – 1 page
- Table of Contents – 1 page
- List of Illustrations and Glossary – 1 page (optional)
- Executive Summary – 1 full page (maximum 2 pages)
- Introduction– 2 full pages (maximum 4 pages)
- Methodology – 2 full pages (maximum 4 pages)
- Results – 6 pages (maximum 8 pages)
- Conclusion – 1 full page (maximum 2 pages)
- References – 1 page (or more – no maximum limit)
- Appendix or Support Research – no limit (optional)
Illustrations are limited to three visuals total for the entire report. Each visual must be smaller than one quarter of the page. If you feel the report needs additional visuals to enhance the content, please place additional visuals in the Appendix.