Presenting your Findings report in an easy-to-read manner is essential. Use headings and subheadings, and number each section consistently. If your summary is numbered , your discussion will be . The first topic heading in your discussion section will be , the second one will be , and each one will continue to be numbered consecutively. Talking headings, or those headings about a certain point related to the topic heading, should be numbered , followed by , continuing consecutively. These labels break up the information into sections, which is especially helpful to readers when Findings reports take up several pages. Put all figures and tables at the end of the text portion of your findings report.
The three groups of respondents strongly agreed to three major flood control campaign programs, such as: integration/inclusion of the concepts of flood control as a unit of study in Sibika (Social Studies), Science and Health and Physical Education; orientations to be conducted by teachers and school officials in every class as early as the first week of the school year and putting up billboards in strategic places regarding the flood control campaign, posters in every house and in school educating the people on the causes of floods, the frequency of occurrence and the effects of floods on the lives of the people in the community.