Ompare and contrast two social media websites, which is Facebook and Twitter, in terms of use and functions provided.

i will upload the structure paper.
I would like you to follow the steps.

Also i would like you to use only the references and resources from internet
with send me also the links of all the resources that you will use.

Also after you finish i would like you to make the outline of the report

Students bring all notes and ideas from previous weeks;
Students receive example report outlines and templates;
Students write their full report outline during this session, and teacher provides guidance.

Added on 12.04.2015 15:01
I could not upload the file but i copy and pest the file here.
also use an easy language and easy word.

1000 Word Assessment

Report Title (6):
Compare and contrast two social media websites, which is Facebook and Twitter, in terms of use and functions provided.

Suggested Report Structure:
1. Title Page (not included in word count)
Give the title of the report brief. Also state your name, the date and for whom the report is written.

2. Abstract (not included in word count but should be between 50 and 70 words)
Briefly describe the content of the report. You should cover the aims of the report, what was found and what, if any, recommendations should be made. Avoid detail or discussion; just outline the main points. Remember, the abstract is the first thing that is read, so it should provide the reader with a clear, helpful overview of the content of the report.

3. Contents Page (not included in word count)
This should list the different headings together with the page numbers. This page should be presented in such a way that the reader can quickly scan the list of headings and locate a particular part. You should number headings, and also subheadings if used, in addition to providing page references. Make sure the numbering system you use is clear and consistent throughout.

4. Introduction (approximately 100 words)
This should set the scene for the main body of the report. The aims and objectives of the report should be explained in detail. Any problems or limitations in the scope of the report should be identified, and a description of research methods, the parameters of the research and any necessary background history should be included.

5. Methods (approximately 50 words)
Information under this heading should include explanations of procedures followed; relevant information on materials used, including sources of materials and details of any necessary preparation; reference to any problems encountered and subsequent changes in procedure.

6. Results (approximately 200 words)
This section should include a summary of the results of the investigation together with any necessary diagrams, graphs or tables of gathered data that support your results. Present the results in a logical order without comment. Information can be shown in graph formgathered facts and evidence should be presented, and content should be objective only.

7. Discussion (approximately 550 words)
The main body of the report is where you discuss your material. Gathered facts and evidence should be analysed and discussed with specific reference to the report title.
You may need to divide it into subheadings. Points should be grouped and arranged in an order that is logical and easy to follow. Comment should be made on the information presented in the results section. What is the significance of this information?

8. Conclusion (approximately 100 words)
This section should show the overall significance of what has been covered. Remind the reader of the most important points that have been made in the report or highlight what you consider to be the most central issues or findings. No new ideas should be introduced in the conclusion.

9. Appendices (if necessary not included in word count)
Here you should include all the supporting information you have used that is not published e.g. tables, graphs, and diagrams.

10. List of References (not included in word count)
This should list, in alphabetical order by author, all published sources referred to in your report style of referencing? Check your departmental handbook for guidelines.

METHOD:
1. Make a full analysis of the title. This will help you to understand what you need to do and will ensure your plan answers the task effectively.

2. Think about what you know about the topic and think about how you feel about the question.

3. Make a list of things you need to find out in order to answer the question fully.

4. Conduct background research. Make sure you keep all the reference information of anything you use as you will need to include it in your final bibliography.

5. Use both paper-based sources and web-based resources.

6. Formulate a rough plan of how you will answer the question and how you will sequence the ideas (headings and subheadings) so that you form a cohesive, coherent and effective report.

7. You must include citation and a complete reference list using the Harvard Reference system.

8. Write the assignment, making sure that all source material has been used safely and is appropriately referenced.

9. Remember to check your work for mistakes.

10. Your work should be word-processed and double-spaced. Please use i??Ariali?? or i??Times New Romani?? font size 12. Use the word count facility on your PC, not including your title page, abstract, contents page or reference list.

The following advice will help you to produce a strong piece of work:

STRUCTURE:
Your work should be appropriately structured, with a clear introduction, well-organised main body and clear closing paragraph. When you have decided on the ideas you will use in your report, consider very carefully the most logical order you will present them in. Clear subheadings should be used to make it easy for your reader to understand content and locate certain information quickly.

TASK ACHIEVEMENT:
Your work must be complete and address all aspects of the title fully. You should show that you understand how to analyse the question in order to plan and develop a relevant and appropriate answer.

ACADEMIC CONTENT:
Remember that you are required to develop each point in an analytical/critical manner: engage your critical analysis and do not simply state facts. Also, the points YOU want to make must be supported with evidence from source materials wherever possible: this is academically researched work, not simple personal observation.

LANGUAGE:
The titles demand a range of language and structures associated with academic writing such as complex sentence formation and academic and subject specific vocabulary. You should also consider the use of the language of comparison. It must also be easy to read your work without too many places where your meaning is unclear.

SOURCE MATERIAL:
Remember: sources should only be used to support the points that you make, and should not just be lifted and pasted into your work without clear connection with your points, or without appropriate acknowledgement.

PRESENTATION:
Your work must be word-processed in i??Ariali?? or i??Times new Romani?? size 12 font and double spaced. Your work must also have a title page which contains the title in full, word count (not including the title page or list of references), date of submission, your student number, course, and tutori??s name.