“Discovery and Discovering can offer new understanding and renew perceptions of ourselves and others”
In the texts Away- Michael Gow and The Fear- Ben Howard the audience discovers the concept that fear, in an individual is more a process than a single moment in life, this is the core idea communicated to the aspiring filmmaker Robert Jones in the visual representation “fear-less”
Core Concepts For The Filmmaker
The visual representation determines the different viewpoints of fear and how by being fearful or fearless can interact in individuals lives. The Elements viewed in the visual representation (Fear-Less) consist of: Construction
The construction of the report is made up of a cardboard box with two different levels of perceptions, the black side of the Fear-Less shows the side where fear is not a factor and Tom (character out of Away) is seen on top of the world holding a flag to represent life, Tom is living live to the full not phased about his nearing death. The white side represents fear and how individuals who are fearful their surroundings of life get sucked in to a spiral. By having one side raised and another side lowered Fear-less encounters different levels of how individuals look at problems in their lives, it also shows how by being fearless or fearful one can either lower or raise their life, therefore effecting their actions undertaken.
Fear-Less contrasts between the colours white and black, the white represents fearfulness and how blank open spaces creates thoughts that consume individuals and their actions. The black side determines the bold and strong side of Tom and that by being fearless individuals can conquer almost anything in life.
The quotes in Fear-less include
1. “I have become what I have feared”
2. “You’ll become a snide girl”
3. “I’m losing the ones I hold dear”
These quotes from both Away and The Fear are in the white section of Fear-less and are being sucked down the spiral. This represents the words of Gwen (character out of Away) and Ben Howard (composer of The Fear) who seem doubtful and uncertain. It also shows the irony of Gwen.
Fear in The Fear - Ben Howard
The Fear is a song composed by Ben Howard, the song identifies the uncertainty of life and how fear consumes individuals. Howard encounters many concepts through his song including: Howard explores that the lack of direction and lack of desire to succeed which distracts individuals and alienate them from their loved ones, we see this through these words from the song.
“I’ve been worrying my time here is a little unclear”
“I’ve been worrying I’m losing the ones I hold dear”
Howards constant theme that reoccurs is the concept of fear consuming individuals, holding back individuals.
“I’ve been worrying that we all live our lives in the confines of fear”
By stating this Howard informs the audience that fear is a part of day to day activities in which one has to overcome
Howard uses the use of imagery as he verifies the insignificance, irreverent and unimportance of the course of life in relation to the enormity of the earth
“Just a blade in the grass, spike unto the wheel”
“Just a Grain in the morning air, dark shadow on the hill”
Ben Howard uses these words in his composition to portray the point that by finding happiness in yourself then you can experience the world and not be held back by fear.
Fear in Away- Michael Gow
Fear is represented and shown in Michael Gow’s Away in many ways including characters, settings and themes, Gwen is a very fearful character in the way that she is so set on her plans for the future she almost isolates herself from her family and community in a way...
...LONG REPORT FORMAT
A typical lab report should include the following sections: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Title Page Table of Contents List of Figures Abstract Introduction Apparatus Procedure Safety Results Recommendations and Conclusion Appendix References
Follow the detailed instructions in the CHE writing guide. Make sure to include page numbers.
Follow the sample on page 15 of this document. Although counted in the pagination, this page is not numbered. (A sample title page is provided in section 3.7.)
2. The Table of Contents:
The table of contents should lead the reader to the major sections of your report. Be careful to insure that the page numbers of the sections are properly represented in the table of contents.
The List of Figures
The figures in your report should be listed in this section. The figure numbers and captions of the figures must correspond exactly to the figure numbers and captions in your report. If you use abbreviations in your List of Figures, then these same abbreviations should be used in the legend of your figure. Be sure to check the page numbers of your figures.
4. The Abstract
The most important section of your technical report or paper is the abstract. In fact, the first significant impression of your report is formed in the reader's mind by the abstract. A well-prepared abstract enables...
...How do I write a report?
Report writing differs from essay writing because it has a different purpose. Reports are common
communication tools as they assist in the decision-making process. Written for a particular
purpose, they usually outline a problem, provide the relevant facts and ideas related to the
situation, and then recommend a course of action.
Reports are highly structured so that information they contain can be easily understood. Headings
within the report allow the reader to select the parts they wish to read. Headings also enable each
section of the report to stand-alone. The structure of a report is enhanced through the use of
subheadings, diagrams, tables, graphs, illustrations etc. Reports are highly structured so that
information they contain can be easily understood. Headings within the report allow the reader to
select the parts they wish to read. Headings also enable each section of the report to stand-alone.
The structure of a report is enhanced through the use of subheadings, diagrams, tables, graphs,
As a student, you will be asked to write reports to show that you have investigated or researched a
particular problem. Although each subject coordinator may have slightly different requirements
and/or ways to structure reports, the...
* Identify seven kinds of informal reports and four report formats.
* Define a report project and gather data.
* Organize report data using effective headings.
* Present data objectively to gain credibility.
* Write information and recommendation reports.
* Write justification and progress reports.
* Write formal and informal minutes of meetings.
* Write summaries and to-file reports.
Seven Kinds of Informal Reports
* Information Report
* Recommendation Report
* Justification Report
* Progress Report
* Minutes of Meeting
* To-file ReportReport Formats
* Letter format
* Memo format
* Report format
* Prepared forms
* For reports that travel outside an organization.
* Uses inside address, salutation, and other letter elements.
* Divides information into groups with headings.
* For reports that remain within an organization.
* Uses TO, FROM, DATE, and SUBJECT headings.
* Divides information into groups with headings.
* For reporting routine activities, such as sales, figures, or merchandise inventories.
STONEBRIDGE RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME
ACCIDENT/INCIDENT REPORT FORM
Date of Accident: 2nd may 2013 Date Reported: 2nd may 2013
Time of Accident: between 9:45am – 10am Time Reported: 10:30am
the location of the accident happened in Stonebridge Residential Care Home, in the garden at the front of the care home.
Phone Number(s): 01728456321
Position: Care assistant
Name: There was no person present to witness the accident.
Phone Number(s): _________________
Accident Description (Reporter):
Accident Description (Witness, if available):
Accident Description (INJURED PERSON, IF...
...Internship Final Report Format
The internship final report should be a formal document written in prose that summarizes the internship experience. First-person (e.g., I observed fluoroscopy…) style of writing is preferred over the third-person (Fluoroscopy was observed…) because the first-person voice is generally more succinct, has gained acceptance in scientific writing, and is generally more interesting for the reader. Overall document length is not as important as the content of the document. Reports should be your own work and not plagiarized
Format & Content
• Title of the internship program
• Student’s name, registration no., semester
• Faculty guide name, Designation
• Name of university, Department with Logo
• Date of submission
Table of Contents
• Section & Subsection headings
• Page numbering
• List of tables / graphs / charts
Executive Summary (1 page)
An executive summary should present an overview of the complete report to help the evaluator have a quick glance at the report
Company Overview (2-3 pages)
• Brief description of the organization
• Organization design with regard to the departmentalization, chain of command within department, span of control, etc.
• Products, competitors, markets, etc.
• Financial performance of last 3 years
Position & Description of Duties (2 -3 pages)
• Your position title
• Description of...
...Format for a Business Report
There are few standard rules for writing business reports that dictate what information should come in which section of the report. This format is followed in most of the business report examples, that one may refer to. The most widely used format consists of the following standard sections:
Title Section: In a short report, this could be the first page bearing the title of thereport, author name and date. The reason of making such a report could also be included in this section, so that the reader can establish an instant connection with the information in subsequent sections. In case of long reports, include the Table of Contents, Terms of References and so on.
Summary: As the name suggests, this is the summary of the whole report. Then why include it in the beginning of the report itself? It is because this is the section that most of the senior personnel, who do not have enough time to go through the whole report, will read through. Hence, give a very clear and precise information about the problem/aspect of business that the report is analyzing. Also, include the main points, conclusions, recommendations and important results. Although, this section contains a lot of information, ensure that it is a small one. Treat the summary as a separate report...
...during seminar & viva in the college.
5. Mid-Term Report: After 3 months of the date of joining the training, mid-term report (Detailed report of projects done by that time) is to be sent to the Training & Placement Officer. The format for Mid-Term Training Report is given on page no. 4-5.
6. Evaluation Performa: The Performa for Evaluation of students by industrial tutor is given on page no. 6. Students are therefore required to get the marks filled in that Performa from the industrial tutor.
7. Final Industrial Training Report: The format for Final Industrial Training Report is given on page no. 7-8. All the students are required to prepare the Final Industrial Training Report in that particular format only.
8. Seminar & Viva: After the completion of Industrial Training, the student will have to give a seminar in the college, on the basis of which the marks will be awarded to the student. Internal & External Viva will also be conducted in the college.
*Note: All the Reports & other information related to Industrial Training should reach to:
TRAINING & PLACEMENT COORDINATOR
GURUKUL VIDYAPEETH INSTITUTE OF ENGG. & TECH.
RAMNAGAR BANUR (PB.)
* Students can send their reports/any other information to Training & Placement Cell either by post (preferably registered post) or they can submit the...
Incident Reports, Logs, and Narrative Reports Differences
The use of incidents reports, logs and narrative-only reports is commonplace in a number of public and private sectors, including law enforcement and health care where they are used to codify different types of events for different purposes. Irrespective of the setting and purpose, though, these types of written records can play a vital role in keeping track of important events and establishing accountability for future analysis or investigation. To gain some fresh insights in this area, this paper provides an explanation concerning the purposes of and differences between incident reports, logs, and narrative only reports. A discussion concerning the five rules of narrative report writing is followed by a summary of the research and important findings concerning the importance of honest, factual report writing.
Review and Discussion
As the term implies, an “incident report” is intended to capture the important details of an untoward incident of some type. In a tertiary health care setting, for example, incident reports may be required for all cases of patients falling (whether they injure themselves or not), for medication and blood transfusion errors, fires and instances of patient abuse (Berntsen, 2004)....