Writing your report - Presenting your findings
The final stage of the Senior Geography Project is a written report. You will need to hand in your Stage 1 information, as well as an analysis of your results. Your report should have the following format:
Page 1: Title page with your name, your topic and your subject.
Page 2: Table of contents
Page 3: Research topic – ten key questions (Stage 1)
Page 4-5: Methodology – a description of the research methods that you used. This section should not include your findings, but only the methods you used to find your information.
Page 6-15: Research findings and analysis – This section should examine all of your research findings and results and should be set out using questions 1-10 (your initial research questions from Stage 1). You should try to write approximately one page about each of your key questions (this includes any graphs, maps, etc).
Page 16-18: Conclusions. What are the general statements you can make about your research?
Page 19: Reference list. This section is your bibliography.
Page 20-?: The research you conducted for your SGP as a series of appendices.