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Reading Short Reports

Before you write your own short report, you can read an example from another student. It can help you understand the task ahead of you. Pay close attention to the types of details the writer uses, and click on the side notes to identify all the key parts.

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Reading a Short Report

A short report shares important information to help readers understand a topic. The focus statement introduces the topic and says something special about it. The middle sentences give important details about the topic. The ending sentence sums up why the topic is important.

Sample Short Report

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