Individuals write field trip reports by documenting a highly organized account of their experience. They should also use outlines to help them uncover and express the main points of the trip.
The first paragraph of a field trip report should include background information related to the trip. The location, date, number of people present, names of guest speakers and other pertinent information should also be included in this paragraph.
The second paragraph of the field trip report should expand on the objective of the trip, such as to witness endangered animals or view plant or marine life. Any anticipated outcomes of the trip should also be mentioned in this paragraph.
The third paragraph of the field trip report should discuss the results of the trip and go into detail about how the results matched or were not in line with the pre-trip expectations.
Good ways for individuals to conclude field trip reports are to write about how they were effected by the trip and how they would do things differently if invited to go on a similar trip in the future. If applicable, individuals should include diagrams, charts, photos or other types of visual data that allow others to better understand the scope of the report.