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Unformatted text preview: Click on the player above to hear the audio lesson. To download the lesson, right-click (PC) or control-click (Mac) here , and save the file to your desktop. Model: Pattern of Organization: Process Order Authors use the process order pattern of organization when they want to describe a method, give directions of how to do something, or explain how something is made. Process order answers the question how and is often a set of directions. The steps of a process order reading must be followed in the exact order given or the outcome cannot be met. One example would be the steps for changing a tire. Read the following example. Example If you had a flat tire would you know what to do? It is often a task people do not know how to do, yet it is a skill that is important to know. First, pull over and get your car to an area that is out of traffic. Then, use the lug nut wrench to take the hubcap off the tire. area that is out of traffic....
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