How to write a report on a book fair
It will cover selecting a topic, researching it, prewriting and writing your report, and finalizing it. Be sure to cite all of them.3. Prewrite your report. Write a thesis statement and create an outline.4. Write your report. Start with an introduction, then move on to supporting body paragraphs. Write a conclusion and cite your sources.5. Finalize your report. Proofread it, and have someone else read it too.
Read it aloud, and come back to it after a few days. Understand the assignment. I perfectly agree with this view. I am a lover of books. I spend a good deal of my leisure, reading books. Books give me immense joy and satisfaction apart from knowledge.It dispels my tension for some time, at least. Last January, I got the opportunity to visit the North-East book fair held at Guwahati.
ADVERTISEMENTS:The book fair was organised by the Booksellers and Publishers of Assam and Northeast at the Judges Field, Guwahati from 10th Jan. to 20th Jan., 2003. A strong barricade of tin sheets and bamboos fencing were erected all round the field with a grand entrance. Numerous colourful flags and decorative lights were put up all over the field.Within the enclosure there were numerous stalls put up by different publishers and booksellUpdatedFebruary 2, 201.Teachers love to assign book reports.
Did you ever wonder why. Sure, you could think of it as a cruel attempt to force you to read. That is what good books do. They open your eyes to experiences, people, places, and life situations that you have never thought about before. The book report is a tool to demonstrate that you have fully experienced a book. As students enter high school and higher grades, they will start How to Write a Good ReportHow to Write a Good ReportBhaskaran Raman, Apr 2004This short document describes how to write a good report.
This isbased on common mistakes I have observed over a period of time. That is,technical writing in general. While a google search on the topic maychurn out many hits, the following is tailored for IIT (Kanpur)students in particular.I will first mention some general guidelines, then the structure of the report. On this occasionthe whole area wore a festive look. Visiting the fair, this reporter watched aunique arrangement and a great festivity all over the fair.
There were a lot ofbookstalls beautifully decorated. Every book stall was full of various kinds ofbooks. Thousands of book-lovers were looking for their favorite books. Somepopular writers were present at some book stalls and their fans were surroundingthem. Some of the book-lovers were taking autographs from their favoritewriters. Bangla Academy has arranged its ownbook stall which has a vast collection of books.
This year books on theLiberation War of Bangladesh are in great demand. There is a foodcorner in the fair. This moment is repeated many times during the day. Our students and parents are happy to try something new. The books are not based on TV programs, and happily, there is not one Twilight novel. I was just interrupted from posting this because a student wanted to pay for her books.