an overview of findings – doesn’t the Introduction cover off both requirements and aren’t they the same thing? So this is what I have said …
The introduction is about the report as a whole. It should:
- Focus the reader’s attention on the exact subject of the report .
- Provide background information on the topic of the report .
- Engage the reader’s interest in the topic. 4. Give definitions if required. 5. Summarise the writer’s main argument (if it is an argumentative report).
- Familiarise the reader with the structure and purpose of what they are about to read.
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