I need to fix or add or even change the set of the same instructions that I already did , its in the attachment (my old work).
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You should wright 4-6 pages. The instructions also should include graphics.
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PLEASE FALLOW the instructions in Chapter 13 Page 377 .
SEE THE EVALUATION.
see the Grading Rubric.
Please read this:
Points to remember:
Instructions should begin with an effective title that indicates what you are writing about and why you are writing (the purpose of your instructions).
The introduction (the first paragraph) should indicate the instructions you will be discussing, why these instructions are important, the number of steps involved, any materials or tools that will be needed, and any initial notes, cautions, warnings, or dangers.
A note indicates important information to performing the task. A caution signals the potential for damage to equipment. A warning indicates the potential for serious injury. A danger indicates the potential for death. Although these will be highlighted within the text of the instructions, key cautions, warnings, and dangers also should be repeated in the introduction.
The conclusion can accomplish several different purposes depending on the initial purpose of the instructions. The conclusion can re-emphasize the product's ease of use, its applications, or a summary of the company's credentials for example.
With respect to style, the following are some points to consider for your instructions:
If a step-by-step, does it follow the rule of "Chunking"--that is placing related items together under a single task heading? If you have 25 steps to your set of instructions, rather than present a long list of 25 items (which would be difficult for the reader to follow), use descriptive headings to break the long list into sections. For example, you may want to have sections such as "Preparation," "Assembly," "Testing."
Does the set of instructions place only one action in a step? Do not overload the reader. Each step should involve performing only one action.
Does the set of instructions emphasize appropriate cautions, warnings, and dangers in an effective manner--both visually and in the text? Cautionary messages should be set apart from the rest of the text and effectively highlighted so they are noticed.
Does each step begin with an active verb? Ex: Open the latch. Tighten the screw.
Are each of the steps thoroughly explained? Does the reader have enough information to thoroughly understand what he or she is supposed to do?
Do the steps use short words and phrases? Readers will not want to read lengthy text when they are in the middle of performing a task.
Is the text personalized? Involve the reader in the task by using personal pronouns, such as "you."
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