Compiling the Literature Review PowerPoint

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Compiling the Literature Review Format and Style Issues
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The Introduction Create a one- to two-sentence introduction that serves as a forecasting statement and answers these questions: What is this section of the recommendation report? What will it cover – what issues will it address? List the subtopics in the order they will appear in the report.
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Sample Forecasting Statement This review of recently published literature on teamwork addresses organizational structure, group dynamics, team formation, and supervisor issues.
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Why Use Headings? Headings are an important feature of professional writing: headings alert readers to upcoming topics and subtopics, help readers find their way around in long reports and skip what they are not interested in, and break up long stretches of straight text.
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Use headings to mark off the boundaries of the major sections and subsections of a report. Use the same spacing (vertical and horizontal location), capitalization, punctuation, and underlining. Make the phrasing of headings parallel.
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