Communicate effectively through a written report that meets

Assignment Detail:- Research topic: Micro and Macro nutrients Question 1- Communicate effectively through a written report that meets the professional standards of scientific discipline- Question 2- Apply the processes of thinking and writing reflectively to develop the ability of reflecting on their learning- Question 3- Apply critical thinking to make informed decisions- Assessment description The structure is based on a report- The main sections of the report are: TITLE PAGE OF REPORT: The first page includes the title of your report topic IN FULL and your guiding question, followed by your name and student number, your tutor's name and tutorial number, and a picture -with in-text citation- linking to your topic- If we do not know what the report is about, it will be difficult to mark it- ABSTRACT -SUMMARY-: The next page is the abstract, with the heading ‘Abstract'- The abstract or summary describes what is in the report - it is NOT an introduction to the topic- It is not included in your word count- You write your abstract AFTER you have written your report- INTRODUCTION: On a new page, use the heading ‘Introduction'- The introduction tells us what the topic and guiding question are about, logically explains why they are important, and leads us into the body of the report- The introduction engages the reader's interest- Please use at least 2 to 3 of your references here to set the scene and provide background information- It is often easier to write a quick draft of your introduction, then improve it after you have written the body of your report- Sometimes you decide to concentrate more on certain aspects of the topic as you write the body of your report- Remember the word limit- You may find that you cannot fit all your ideas into the body as you had planned to do- BODY -note - do NOT use ‘Body' as your heading title-: Your main headings, after the introduction, should tell us, in a few words or a short sentence, what are the main parts of your report topic and guiding question- You have identified possible main headings in your report plan -mind map-- Use the sub-headings you identified in your report plan -mind map- as a basis to write paragraphs about each of the ideas you have chosen-You can use several sub-headings to introduce these main ideas- You may have more than one paragraph under each sub-heading- Remember, you have already worked out your sub-headings in your report plan- Here is where you can put the hard work on your annotated bibliography to use- You need to CITE the sources of the ideas you use in your paragraphs- You already have up to three valid references from your annotated bibliography, or you have received feedback that you should find better ones- As a rule of thumb, use "one idea, one paragraph"- Also as a rule of thumb, try to have each paragraph ‘hook' onto the next so that your report flows and leads the reader on a journey of discovery- CONCLUSION: Please use the heading ‘Conclusion'- This section draws together all the ideas discussed and wraps them up with a logical conclusion - ie, a logical statement that tells us where your lines of reasoning have taken us- DO NOT introduce any new ideas here- The conclusion should wrap up your argument, based on the ideas you have discussed in the body of your report- REFERENCE LIST: On a new page, and not included in the word limit- Here, you need to list the scholarly references you have used in your report, in the Harvard WesternSydU style format- The reference list is set out in alphabetical order of the first author's surname -from A to Z-- Please note: you must have CITED these references in your report -ie, you have referred to them as the source of the idea or information in your introduction, or in the paragraphs of your body-- Question: Wich are why are micro and macro nutrients important- Referencing of western Sydney Harvard referencing style-

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