Circling of key words or phrases. Writing in the margin, or at the top or bottom of the page, for the sake of: recording questions (and perhaps answers) which a passage raised in your mind; reducing a complicated discussion to a simple statement; recording the sequence of major points right through the book. By Richard Nordquist, when developing a paragraph or essay through process analysis, you should keep several points in mind: Be sure to include all steps and arrange them in chronological order.
After the introduction, dont provide any information that isnt necessary to complete the process. If a recipe calls for kosher salt, tell the reader to add kosher salt. They dont need to know the origin and history of kosher salt. Think about how much your audience already knows before you decide where to begin describing the process. Don't assume your readers have background knowledge that they may not have. Have I provided enough definitions of terms?. Isn't this fun? You may feel silly, but trust me, you're not half as silly as the people who think they can fold a suit so it won't come out wrinkled." (Dave Barry, Dave Barry's Only Travel Guide You'll Ever Need.
"Being thus drest, you will find him a much better dish of meat than you, or most folk, even than Anglers themselves do imagine; for this dries up the fluid watery humor with which all Chubs do abound. Lewis, Studies in Words, 2nd ed. Cambridge University Press, 1967) The Lighter Side of Process Analysis How to Make a Swing With No Rope or Board or Nails "First grow a moustache A hundred inches long, Then loop it over a hick'ry limb (Make sure the limb is strong).