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1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. Types of Technical Reports
1.1.1. Technical-background report
1.1.2. Instructions
1.1.3. Feasibility, recommendation, and evaluation reports
1.1.4. Primary research report
1.1.5. Technical specifications
1.1.6. Report-length proposal
1.1.7. Business proposed
1.2. Audience and Situation in Technical Reports
1.3. Topics for Technical Reports
1.3.1. Editorializing
1.3.2. Fuzzy topics
1.3.3. Tough technical topics
1.4. General Characteristics of Technical Reports
1.4.1. Graphics
1.4.2. Accurate detail
1.4.3. Information sources
1.4.4. Documentation
1.4.5. Realistic audience and situation
1.4.6. Headings and lists
1.4.7. Special format
1.4.8. Production
1.4.9. Length
1.4.10. Technical content
2. Visual Elements
2.1. Making a visual aid truly visual
2.2. Deciding when to use a visual aid
2.3. Selecting the best type of visual aid in a given situation
2.3.1. Conventions of Visual Perception
2.3.2. Some types of visual aids and their uses
2.4. Designing the visual aid
2.4.1. Making a visual aid relevant
2.4.2. Making a visual aid clear
2.5. Integrating the Visual Aid into the Test
2.5.1. Positioning
2.5.2. Printing
2.6. Formatting Contentions that Make Reading Easier
3. THE TECHNICAL REPORT
3.1. Types of Reports
3.2. Organization of reports
3.2.1. Organization of a design report
3.3. Preparing the report
3.4. Presenting the results
3.4.1. Subheadings and Paragraphs
3.4.2. Tables
3.4.3. Graphs
3.4.4. Illustrations
3.4.5. References to Literature
3.4.6. Sample Calculations
3.4.7. Mechanical Details
4. ORAL PRESENTATIONS
4.1. Topic and Situation for the Oral Presentation
4.2. Contents and Requirements for the Oral Presentation
4.3. Preparing for the Oral Report
4.4. Delivering an Oral Presentation
4.5. Planning and Preparing Visuals for Oral Presentations
4.5.1. Tips for the preparation off the visuals
5. MAKING YOUR WRITING READABLE
5.1. Introduction
5.2. Information selection
5.2.1. Establish your Topic and Purpose
5.2.2. Use Keywords Prominently
5.2.3. Explain Important Concepts when Writing for Nonspecialist Readers
5.2.4. Use Standard Terminology when Writing for Specialist Readers
5.2.5. Structure your Text to Emphasize Important Information
5.2.6. Construct Well Designed Paragraphs
5.2.7. Field-Test Your Writing
5.3. Information ordering
5.3.1. Optimal Ordering of Noun Phrases
5.4. Editing For Emphasis
5.4.1. Combine Closely Related Sentences
5.4.2. Be Concise
6. PROJECT PROPOSAL
6.1. The contents of project proposal can be structured as follows:
6.2. NATURE OF THE REPORTS:
6.3. Technical-industrial project proposals:
7. CHECKLIST FOR THE TECHNICAL REPORT
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