Introduction: Importance of the research.
- What is the problem and why is the research necessary?
- Discuss the current state of the research in your field and expose the gaps that your research fills.
- How is your research timely?
Methods: What you did.
- Report your procedure (or recipe) in order.
- Include headings and subheadings.
Results: What you found.
- What did you learn?
- Report: Refer to figures or tables.
- Label and number tables and figures.
Discussion (significance of results): What is all means.
- Summarize the main findings of the study.
- Address flaws in the study as reasons for future research.
- If possible, how the implications of findings informs future policy or practice.