The last two items should be annotated with discussion of difficulties, your reasons for various choices you had to make, etc.
Also, please be careful to distinguish between the text itself and the background knowledge.
The report itself should be in the form of a conference-style paper (and not just a list of the 4 items above).
If you are using this project to satisfy the CSE requirements for an MS project, you must also follow the guidelines in the Grad Handbook, Sect. 3.2.3.
But you should provide a reference to the Case Frame Dictionary for the others, for the sake of completeness.
Similarly, saying that the semantic interpretation of
is that [[i]] is a parent of [[j]] (see below) does not suffice; you also need to explain what being a parent means, which you would do with background-knowledge rules.
Note: Not providing the syntax and semantics of your representations (because you assume the reader can figure it out using "pretend-it's-English" semantics) is a version of McDermott's Fallacy.
i is a node (that's syntax); it represents an agent (that's semantics). The agent that it represents (or means) is [[i]] (an entity in the domain of interpretation). So, [[i]] performs [[j]] with respect to [[k]]. But i itself doesn't perform anything.