But here’s a C&P of them.
Every report must include
Title or cover page
Table of contents
Should include lists of figures and tables if applicable
Note: You will likely want more specific subheadings in each area
- Introduction: Briefly explain the issue you are examining.
- Background: What is the relevant history of this topic?
- Methods: your method is library research, and you are working mostly with secondary sources. Consider the methods your sources used in their research. Indicate what they are, and any limitations involved.
- Findings: What did you learn?
- Discussion of results: What is significant about what you learned?
Attachments or Appendices
Guidelines adapted from Diana Reep and the Purdue OWL