When creating a process
Apart from the actual how-to instruction, other items should also find a place in your process
- Describe the process you are about to explain and give the reader a reason as to why it is important.
- List down its potential effects.
- Give the reader a clear description of materials, items or previous knowledge they need to have in order to successfully follow the instructions.
- Inform the reader of other possible ways of accomplishing the same results.
- Warn the reader of potential problems and difficulties in the process.
Process papers are normally best written in the second person, although some subjects (if the work is intended to show, instead of teach) may work better in the first person. Either way, make sure to use a good writing software to effectively express all of your points in the clearest manner possible.