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ProcessAnalysis - Today, you will learn: The differences...

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Today, you will learn: The differences between types of process analysis Two categories of process analysis essays Principles for composing process analysis explanations Principles for using PowerPoint An Introduction to Process Analysis Two Types of Process Analysis: Directional o An explanation of steps in a procedure, anticipating the successful completion of the process by the reader Informational o An explanation of steps in a procedure, anticipating only the reader’s understanding Characteristics of Directional Process 1. A brief introduction with a thesis that outlines the broad steps 2. A body organized into sequential units 3. Discrete units, each explaining a separate step in the imperative mood 4. Headings or other graphic aids 5. Level of detail determined by the experience of the audience 6. A conclusion that describe the successfully completed process Beginners, intermediate, advanced users The Test for Successful Directional Process Analysis After reading the explanation of each step, ask yourself, “What can I do?”
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