ABNT-Monograph or TCC

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How to format a Monograph or TCC by ABNT

 

 

 

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See also: How to format your own Monograph or TCC using ABNT

 

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The parts of the work must have:

COVER: you must put:

  • Name of the Faculty and its respective logo

  • Title or name of the topic of the paper

  • Student's name

  • Date and month of the year.

  • Student's name

  • Title or name of the topic of the paper

  • In a corner of the sheet, it must be stated that the work is intended, and the name of the teacher who is guiding the preparation of the same.

  • Date month and year.

 

In the case of Theses and Dissertations, the back of the cover page must contain the catalog of the work.

DEDICATION: it is made as a way of paying homage to some relative, teacher, or someone related to you sentimentally.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS: Acknowledgments should be extended to those who really contributed in a relevant way to the elaboration of their work, and can be addressed to personalities from the academic world, to teachers, colleagues or students.

ABSTRACT: It is the concise presentation of the content of the work, in its original language, and some colleges require that it be done in English as well, as it is considered a worldwide lingua franca.
The summary is also called analytical summary, synopsis or abstract.

SUMMARY: It is a list of the chapters and sections of the work, in the order in which they appear, including the numbering of the title or chapter or section, page number initially linked to the title by a dotted line.

THEME OR TITLE OF YOUR WORK: As we said initially Monograph is the exhaustive exposure of a specific problem or subject, scientifically investigated.
Before choosing a topic, check if there is plenty of material for your consultation, if you are doing a bibliographic work.
Never choose a topic that you do not master, or do not have a reasonable knowledge of, because if you have to present it to a bank, you will be more exposed to unforeseen events.

INTRODUCTION: The introduction is the part of the text where the subject is presented as a whole without details. It should contain an explanation of the objectives, formulation of hypotheses and delimitation of the subject treated.

BODY OF WORK: It is the development of the subject consisting of chapters, sections and paragraphs.
If you are doing a work at the bibliographic level, that is, based on other authors, at the end of the transcription, also called a quote, put in parentheses the name of the author, and the year, that is, you must quote from where you got such information.

PAGINATION: The cover, back cover, dedication, thanks and summary, are counted but are not numbered.
Number of pages is only placed on the second sheet after the introduction.

FIGURES AND TABLES: The figures include: drawings, flowcharts, photographs, organization charts, etc. They must be consecutively numbered in Arabic numerals, with no distinction between the different types. The captions must be located just below the figures, preceded by the word "FIGURE" and the order number.
Tables are a specific category of illustration. The title of the table must appear at the top of the table, preceded by the word "TABLE" and the numbering in Arabic numerals, and be self-explanatory indicating where and when the fact was studied.
Notes and calls placed at the bottom of the table may be used, when the matter contained therein requires clarification. Tables are never closed by side lines.
Both figures and tables should be inserted as close as possible to the text to which they refer, and after their mention.

ANNEXES : supplementary material to the text placed after it for clarification or documentation purposes. The pagination of the annexes continues to that of the text. The annexes are numbered with Arabic numerals, followed by the title.

CONCLUSION: It must be based on the text of your work, and must contain logical deductions that correspond to the objectives of the research.

BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES: citation of the bibliographic sources used by the author, organized alphabetically and numbered in ascending order, or in order of appearance in the text.
The list of Bibliographic References only contains the sources cited in the text. If it is convenient to include material without specific mention in the text, this must be done under the title of Consulted Works or Recommended Bibliography.
In the bibliographic reference, the second and subsequent lines begin under the third letter of the first line. The entry is made by the authors' last names in capital letters, separated by semicolons, mentioned in the order in which they appear in the publication.
When the work has up to three authors, all are placed at the entrance. When there are more than three, put up to the first three, followed by the expression "et al.".
If necessary, all authors of the work can be mentioned, but this procedure must be the same for all bibliographic references.
When the work is written by several authors and is under the responsibility of an Editor, Organizer or Coordinator, the entry is by the surname of the person responsible, accompanied in parentheses by the abbreviation of the editorial function.

Example:

SCHENKEL, EP (Org.)
GENNARO, AR (Ed.)
In the case of works under the responsibility of Organizations or other type of Institution, the entry is made by the name of the Institution in all capitals.

Example: FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF RIO GRANDE DO SUL
Government agencies come in from your jurisdiction. Subordinate sections are mentioned after the Institution's name, separated by periods and with capital letters.
Example: BRAZIL. Ministry of Economy. Accounting Secretariat.
Student's name Monographs considered as a whole: books, leaflets, reprints, dissertations.

WITH AUTHORSHIP:
Model :. Author. Title. Edition. location: publisher, year of publication.

Examples :
KOROLKOVAS, Andrejus; BURCKALTER, Joseph. Pharmaceutical Chemistry. Rio de Janeiro: Guanabara Koogan, 1987.
ORGANIZACIÓN MUNDIAL DE LA SALUD. Use of Essential Medicines. Geneva, 1985. (Headquarters for Technical Reports, 685)
GILMAN, AG et al. (Ed.) Goodrnan and Gilman the pharmacological bases of therapy.8.ed. Rio de Janeiro: Guanabara Koogan, 1 990.

Without specific authorship:
Template: Title. Edition. location: publisher, year of publication. Examples:
PHARMACOPÉIA Brazilian. 4.ed. São Paulo: Atheneu, 1988.
PHYSICIAN'S Desk Reference. 42.ed. Oradeli: Medical Economics, 1988.
Congress proceedings

Model : TITLE OF MEETING, Congress number, year, location. Publication reference.

No specific authorship in the part:

Model: AUTHOR OF THE BOOK. Title. Edition. place: Publisher, year of publication. location of the referenced part (volume, volume title, chapter, start and end pages)
Example:
PHARMACOPÉIA Brazilian. 4.ed. São Paulo: Atheneu, 1988. Pt. 1, ch. V.3.4.
REYNOLDS, JEF (Ed.) Marfindale the Extra Pharmacopoeia. 29.ed. London: Pharrnacoutical Press, 1989. Pt.l, p.1-13.

With authorship in the part:

Model: PART AUTHOR. Part title. ln: AUTHOR of the book. Book's title. Edition. Place: Publisher, year of publication. Location of the referenced part (volume, etc.)

Example:
SONNEDECKER, G. Evolution of Pharmacy. ln: GENNARO, AR (Ed.) Remington's Pharmaceutical Sciences. 17.ed. Easton, Mack, 1985. Chap. 2, p. 8-18.
Works published in Annals of Congresses, Symposia, etc.

Example:
PILLI, RA; MURTA, MMA A stereose approach to the total synthesis of invietolide. ln: BRAZIL-CHINA SIMPOSIO OF CHEMISTRY AND PHARMACOLOGY AND NATURAL PRODUCTS, 1, 1989, Rio de Janeiro. Programs and Abstracts ... Rio de Janeiro: 0swaldo Cruz, 1989. p. 38.

PERIODIC ARTICLES
Model: AUTHOR OF THE ARTICLE. Title of the article. Journal title, place, volume number, issue number, start and end pages, month and year.

Example:
OLIVEIRA, Denise Soares. Drug interaction: part 1. Caderno de Farmácia, Porto Alegre, v.2, n.1, p. 3-20.1986.
BULLETS
Model: NAME OF THE LABORATORY. Name of the medicine. Place of manufacture, date, number of sheets. Bull.
Example: QIF. Amidalin. São Paulo, 1986. 1f. Bull

PATENTS
Model: NAME OF DEPOSITOR, Name of Inventor, Name of Holder. Patent title, in the original language. International patent classification. Country abbreviation, followed by patent number. Deposit date. Indication of the publication where the patent was cited, if applicable.

Example:
COMMODITIES TRADING AND DEVELOPMENT LIMITEED. Process and installation for alkalinizing and pasteurizing cocoa beans before crushing. lnt. Cl. A 23G1 / 02. BR n. Pi 8002165. 2 abr. 1980. Magazine of Industrial Property, Rio de Janeiro, n.527, p. 15, 25 nov. 1,980.

MATERIAL RESEARCHED IN DATABASE
Model: AUTHOR OF THE ARTICLE. Title of the article. Title of the journal, place, volume, number, initial and final pages, date. Title of the publication where it was cited, place, date. Summary.

Example:
FRIEDMAN, W. On routes and routines: the earíy development of spatial representations. Cognitive Development, Norwood, v.3, n.2, p. 167-182, Apr. 1988. Medline, base location, 996. Summary.

MATERIAL FOUND ON THE INTERNET
Model: Data from a normal reference. Notal at the end:
Available on the Internet at http: / ~ ....

Example:
UFRGS. Institute of Informatics. Postgraduate Course in Computer Science. Library. Rules for the presentation of monographs to the CPGCC. Porto Alegre, 1995. Available on the Internet at http: /~.inf.ufrgs.biblioteeamtimlnormas.asp.

(Source: Extracted from the website http://www.icesp.br/downloads/pos/normas_elaboracao_monografia.pdf)