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I’m trying to learn for my Science class and I’m stuck. Can you help?

A purpose of procedural writing is



Read a student's directions for planting carrots.

First, poke one-inch holes into the soil about 2 inches apart. Next, place one seed in each hole. Third, cover the holes with soil. Finally, water the soil thoroughly.

Listing these directions in the order in which they should be done is called a



Read the directions for making a vegetable and cheese omelet.

1. Crack two eggs in a bowl, and whisk them with a fork until the eggs are thoroughly blended.

2. Add 2 tablespoons of milk to the bowl, and whisk.

3. Place a pan over medium heat, and lightly coat it with a non-stick cooking spray.

4. Pour the egg mixture into a pan, and cook until the edge of the egg turns a golden brown.

5. Sprinkle shredded cheese and chopped vegetables evenly on top of the egg. Continue cooking until the cheese begins to melt.

6. Using a spatula, carefully fold the egg in half.

7. Carefully slide the omelet onto a plate.

What would happen if a person completed step 6 before step 5?



A person would use procedural writing to



Which set of directions best shows the correct sequence of steps for planting carrots?



Read a student's recipe.

Cheese and Vegetable Omelet

1. Crack two eggs in a bowl, and whisk them with a fork until the eggs are thoroughly blended.

2. Add 2 tablespoons of milk to the bowl, and whisk.

3. Place a pan over medium heat, and lightly coat it with a non-stick cooking spray.

4. Pour the egg mixture into a pan, and cook until the edge of the egg turns a golden brown.

5. Sprinkle shredded cheese and chopped vegetables evenly on top of the egg. Continue cooking until the cheese begins to melt.

6. Using a spatula, carefully fold the egg in half.

7. Carefully slide the omelet onto a plate.

What essential part is missing from this recipe?



Procedural writing would be useful for explaining



A purpose of procedural writing is



Read the directions for making a toy parachute.

1. Cut thick string or twine into four pieces that are 9 inches long.

2. Cut a 12x5-inch rectangle out of a plastic garbage bag.

3. Using a hole punch, poke a hole into each corner of the rectangle.

4. Slide the end of each piece of string through a hole in the rectangle.

5. Tie a knot to the end of each string so that they are attached to the corners of the plastic rectangle.

6. Either tape or tie the loose ends of the string to a small object, such as an action figure or toy car.

7. Hold the top of the parachute so that the object hangs loosely below it.

8. Find a high place from which to drop your parachute, such as a chair or a small wall.

9. Softly toss your parachute into the air, and watch it float to the ground.

What would happen if someone skipped step 6?



Read the directions for making a toy parachute.

1. Cut thick string or twine into four pieces that are 9 inches long.

2. Cut a 12x5-inch rectangle out of a plastic garbage bag.

3. Using a hole punch, poke a hole into each corner of the rectangle.

4. Slide the end of each piece of string through a hole in the rectangle.

5. Tie a knot to the end of each string so that they are attached to the corners of the plastic rectangle.

6. Either tape or tie the loose ends of the string to a small object, such as an action figure or toy car.

7. Hold the top of the parachute so that the object hangs loosely below it.

8. Find a high place from which to drop your parachute, such as a chair or a small wall.

9. Softly toss your parachute into the air, and watch it float to the ground.

The purpose of these directions is


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