Some jobs require you write an incident report, such as a security guard. A good incident report gives a thorough account of what happened. You must describe the incident clearly, and submit a polished report. Remember a report must be written within the first 24 hours after it happens. Make sure: to narrate the incident in chronological order, use full names of each person, and include times and dates. times.
Here you will practice writing a report of an incident. You are a student of a particular school and you are writing the report to the principal.
Expository Writing – Reporting or Recounting
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Observe the picture below. Then read the report below. Some words are missing, choose from the words list below and complete the report.
Date– 29th January, 2019
Time – 1:30 P.M
Location – The Pool
Name – Tom Carrington
Who were also present – Willie Brown, Chance Bounce, Mr. Jim Boone (instructor)
To: Mr. J. Pompey, School Principal
I, Tom Carrington, from Mt. Dor’s Primary School, 7 years old, at The Pool on 01/29/2019 at 1:30 P.M. Upon , I met Willie Brown and Chance Bounce (two seven-year-old boys I know who had
recently passed the level 3 of basic front and back-crawls, and floating in deep water without ) at the pool.
We were all there for our usual swimming , nothing more. There were no one else at the pool. The usual is that we must wait for an before we enter the pool – so we to wait.
After 15 minutes, and no , Willie Brown and Chance Bounce became . The sun was very hot, and the two boys wanted to down in the pool. The two entered the pool and swam to the center. In Willie’s hand there were some marbles. I did not see it until he started throwing the marbles into the water, and watch the as they made one circle after another.
Chance Bounce was on the water, at the sun, and singing a tune about the of the sun. There was a ring floating in the water and Willie jumped upon it to see if he could a marble across the water. He drew back, and sent the marble with all his might. Just as it left his hand, the ring turned, and he fell into the water.
He was very much , and it seemed that he how to swim. He called as loud as he could for help. Chance Bounce, noticing his , called out to me. He out the pool looking first at Willie and then to me. I was on my feet and at the pool in a second, but I did not know what to do. (I am also at Level 4, but Chance kept watching me and Willie.
I do not know why, but I swam into the pool. Willie’s head was quickly up and down, his small arms thrown up out of the water. I knew I had to act fast. I swam to the ring and threw it to Willie. Then, I to Chance to go get help. When Willie got a hold of the ring, I closer to him from behind and him, and quickly carried him out of the pool.
Willie soon got over his fright. Chance return with Mr. Boone, the swimming , who he had encountered in the car park. They were delighted seeing Willie was out of the water safely. Willie to Mr. Boone, and Mr. Boone him not to ever do that again.