Writing a report requires a careful and accurate presentation in the correct way. A clear, concise and easily understandable layout is the key to effective case study analysis. In this article, we will look at some aspects of a template for case study analysis.
The first thing to consider when preparing a template is the organization of the important elements. For example, the title should be first and foremost on the page. The layout should follow quickly following by the subheadings. The subsequent sections are of course outlined in greater detail here.
Next is the summary section, which should be of a considerable length, but still concise. This is followed by the introduction and conclusion sections. These two parts will serve as guideposts for the rest of the material in the actual study.
It is important to focus the focus on the most important issues or topics covered in the research. The lead paragraph should highlight these for the reader. It is very difficult to read long and detailed reports when they only concentrate on one part. Ensure that the lead paragraph is completely focused on a single part or topic.
When preparing the lead paragraph, it is advisable to divide the work into two different dimensions. First, try to break down the topic in terms of an issue. For example, you might split the subject into two separate issues. Once you have listed the issues, you can then move on to the second dimension of the presentation.
This second dimension consists of some of the major issues or key points in the case study. Many people find it useful to use different colors to highlight the key points. However, one of the problems with this approach is that sometimes a color will clash with another color. This means that the viewer may not be able to fully appreciate the key point of the article.
There are many ways in which one can highlight the major issues of the case study. One approach would be to highlight the key points using bold or italic letters. Alternately, the writer can use images that feature the main points.
The next step in the case study analysis is the execution of the template word. The word should be prepared with a view to rendering a consistent and professional impression. There are several ways in which the template word can be structured. A simple example is the use of upper and lower case letters within the word.
To the right is an example of a word structure using upper case letters within the word. The lines above and below the word represent the first and second line respectively. If the word is to contain the letter ‘s’, it will be positioned on the left hand side.
Another good template word is the use of capitals with a small letter. A standard Capital letter is a combination of either upper or lower case letters. The template word should always begin with a capital letter, even if the text used begins with a lower case letter.
Another tip for preparing a template word is to end the template word with a semi-colon. The word ‘draft’production’ will be used in the above example. It would be preferable to use a semi-colon at the end of the template word rather than having it within the words.