Explain why you are writing the report.
Demonstrate your understanding of the closer and broader context of the study (by drawing on external resources as well)
Sum up the methods used and briefly lay out the principal findings.
Provide background information to the study. Preview what is to follow.
Research and findings
Describe the methods used to analyze data, and the rationale behind your choice(s). Explain the logic of your methods by drawing on other sources.
Organize your facts and findings in a logical, easy to follow sequence. Include references to Appendices, if any.
Summarize your findings
Explain what your findings mean
Synthesize your reactions. Subjective reflections on the findings.
Suggest actions to be taken