At last, here is a practical book that gathers time-saving tips from teachers on writing effective report card comments. Packed with advice, this resource will help you collect assessment information easily and describe your students' performances clearly and constructively. You'll find handy lists of phrases that encourage children, words to avoid, and concise advice on how to prompt parents to support learning at home. Book jacket.
Sales of this classic have reached 48 million copies worldwide. It is now reissued with a new introduction by the author. The Hite Report radically re-defined the world's understanding of female sexual experience and it remains to this day essential reading for women of all ages and backgrounds. First published in 1976, this title was the first scientific analysis to focus specifically on women's sexuality. Dr Hite's methodological research challenged the prevailing dominant understanding of female sexuality and put forward a new vision of scientific study.
A practical handbook for software developers on utilizing the Visual FoxPro Report Writer efficiently, offers a wide range of tips and techniques for the report wizard, report designer, and report bands, along with advanced information on nesting data groups and creating variables and calculations. Original. (Intermediate)
Release on 1972-11-09 | by Ged Martin,Martin, S.J.
A Critical Essay
Author: Ged Martin,Martin, S.J.
Pubpsher: Cambridge University Press
In 1838 Lord Melbourne's Whig government in Britain sent the radical Lord Durham to Canada as Governor-General to deal with a colony in the aftermath of a rebellion. Durham's vanity and arrogance made him a poor choice for the post, and he resigned a few months later after the government had been forced to overrule him for exceeding his powers. After his return to Britain he wrote his Report on the Affairs of British North America - and its unauthorized publication in the Times caused a sensation. This report - the famous 'Durham Report' - has been seen as the starting point of the British tradition of colonial self-rule leading through the Statute of Westminster of 1931 to the independent self-governing Commonwealth of today.
Report writing is an essential part of business life and if you can effectively communicate your ideas you are likely to reap the rewards. This new edition, extensively rewritten and updated, aims to provide you with a comprehensive, clear, brief and relevant set of guidelines for writing effective reports. The key to effective report writing is to be able to communicate a message in a way that enables the reader to understand it in exactly the way it was intended. To achieve this the writer needs to be able to produce information in a clear, concise and readable way to deliver a message without the danger of ambiguity or misinterpretation. Guidance and examples are given. This book is aimed at business managers as well as students of management who need to write reports for distribution within their organisations. Reading this book will present you with the knowledge to modify your own personal report style and approach. This new edition has been extensively rewritten and updated Provides you with a comprehensive, clear, brief and relevant set of guidelines for writing effective reports Will give you the knowledge to develop your own report style and approach