Writing or speaking directions
You may often need to explain to someone else how to do something, either by writing or speaking the directions. That person expects to be provided with information in order to complete the task, but if you do not give the steps correctly or give them in the wrong order, the results can be less than satisfying, This includes when others give you directions. For example, have you ever baked something that did not turn out quite right? Have you ever bought something, put it together, and it did not look like the picture? Or worse still, you had extra parts and pieces left over?
ells readers how to do something or explains how something works. Drafting a process is a great way for writers to learn how to arrange their ideas logically and to use transitional words effectively.