Below your last chronological entry you should include all of your other pertinent facts. This may include your degrees, certifications, association memberships, patents held, papers published, speaking engagements, etc.
If listing all of these puts your resume over two pages, consider listing some things in an addendum or addendums to be sent out with your resume. Or, if several items don't pertain to the job you seek and are making your resume too long, include those that might have a hiring impact and reference that a complete list is available upon request.
Two additional addendums you might consider are a page for your skills inventory and another page for your complete project list. I'd suggest you organize these by category. Some candidates also give a relative strength ranking to their skills. Both recruiters and hiring managers like having access to this information if it's available.
The format doesn't matter so much as long as the information is well organized and readable. Be sure to include dates and all important attributes.
Assignment # 8
Decide what additional information to include on your resume and write it down. If you need an addendum, write that, too. If you're torn over what to include, get a second opinion from someone in a position to give you knowledgeable advice.