You may also need to analyse these events or results, or use them to put forward a proposal for future action or to solve a particular problem Despite these differences, in some disciplines, the distinction between an essay and a report can be blurred; for example, an essay can be structured more like a report with headings separating the sections of the essay.
**It is recommended that students consult their lecturers regarding the particular style of report required in their specific subject.
The morning of day three started with the debate competition, the signature event of English Week.
Four teams comprising the Form 4 and 5 students competed in this event.
Yet sometimes they are so fused with other memories that a lot of the time spent in writing narrative is in the prewriting stage.
When you write a narrative essay, you are telling a story.
The event, which lasted the whole day, was carried out around the school compound.
The activity was participated by ten energetic teams.
It is important to read your assignment question carefully to find out the specific requirements of a report in your subject In general though, reports may differ from essays in a number of ways: A report usually contains a description of events/results of research.
Often you need to do more than just describe the events or results**.