compare a native and non native

Students are expected to write a double-spaced 1000-word report (based on +/- 10%) in 12pt Times New Roman about the differences between English sounds produced by a non-native speaker of English (preferably a person whose mother tongue is Arabic) and the speech sounds as pronounced in BBC English or Received Pronunciation (RP). The task can be completed through recording a non-native speaker of English speaking English on TV or YouTube, and recording a news anchor speaking English on BBC channel then describing the pronunciation differences between the former and the latter. The duration of each record should not exceed 30 minutes. The report should focus on English speech sounds as produced by the two speakers, detailing the noted differences and providing illustrative examples to explain each difference. The report should be divided into five main parts (with subheadings if possible), namely:
1)    Cover page: in which the students write their university ID numbers, the title of their report, the person to whom they should submit their report to, and the date of submission. 
2)    Introduction: in which the student introduces the topic of the report and provides a brief outline about the sections included in the report.
3)    Methodology: in which the students are required to describe briefly how they collected their data and how they analysed it in order to provide a description of the differences between native and non-native English.
4)    Results: in which the students are required to state the differences they observed in their recordings and to discuss them with illustrative examples, e.g. Arab non-native speakers of English do not differentiate between /v/ and /f/ or /p/ and /b/ pronouncing both as [f] and [b] respectively. The reason behind this is the fact that /v/ and /p/ do not exist in the speech sound inventory of their mother tongue Arabic.
5)    Conclusion: in which the students are required to summarize the main points discussed in their reports.