Guide to Writing a Process Analysis
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Using Imperative and Declarative Sentences can keep your process analysis on track. An Imperative sentence gives a directive. An example is dissolve the yeast in water and wait for 10 minutes in a big bowl, combine water and yeast, milk, sugar, salt, oil.
A declarative sentence makes a statement. Example is Yeast eats sugar, and from the sugar is creates alcohol and carbon dioxide gas. The carbon dioxide gas gives bread its texture, and the alcohol flavors the bread.
Supporting details When giving steps for your process analysis you also need to explain how a particular step is preformed. You should also explain why a certain step is preformed to show importance of the step.
Organizing details When writing an process analysis essay you should use chronological order to help your reader follow the steps. You can use transitions to help organize it. If you include what not to do include that in the point in the process where one person could be confused and define the term the first time the term is used. When you explain a step do so when the step is given.
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