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CLSU Unit 3 Microbiological Testing of Food Salmonella Case Technical Instructions Paper

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This paper is dedicated to creating an instruction set.

Construct a safe and effective set of technical instructions.

The purpose of this exercise is to practice creating clear and concise technical instructions for a specific audience.

I am a medical laboratory Science major student, so when you choose the topic something in that field would be great.

I have attached the document with the set of instruction on the paper.

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UNIT 3 DELIVERABLES: Technical Instruction Set Everyone must follow instructions in the workplace. Everyone will be responsible for giving instructions at one time or another. Introduction Senior nurses are responsible for instructing junior nurses on many routine tasks. That relationship is the same for all junior and senior employees in many different workplaces across the world. Assignment To create a 2-page set of technical instructions for a peer in your field of study by applying what you have learned from the ABSORB & COMPLETE section of the unit. Purpose The purpose of this exercise is to practice creating clear and concise technical instructions for a specific audience. Researching the topic—gain a thorough understanding of your subject by spending some time doing research on the task you are instructing on • make sure your sources are quality sources (Wikipedia is not a quality source; neither are nonprofessional blogs) • make observations • collect visuals • review professional examples Constructing the Document • Instructions put yourself in the shoes of your readers (whoever you determine this is) • use simple words and limit the amount of jargon • define any words that might be unfamiliar to your readers • keep sentences breath length • use the command, or imperative, style (verb first) • keep it simple and do not over-explain basic steps or concepts • use a functional and attractive page layout • use graphics that reinforce the written text Designing your document—do some preliminary research to figure out the best way to visually present your material to your target audience. • use an introduction that (length depends on the complexity of the task and your readers’ knowledge, but are typically very brief) ▪ states the purpose ▪ states the importance of the task ▪ describes the necessary technical ability/difficulty ▪ identifies the time required to completion (as a guideline) • Use the body to explain the steps ▪ use sequentially ordered steps ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ • state one action at a time keep the steps concise number the steps add comments, notes, or examples as necessary provide feedback as necessary refer to the graphics include and set apart any warnings or safety information using appropriate symbols ▪ use icons carefully ▪ use images carefully ▪ use white space wisely (single-space or doublespace needs to be considered as it relates to document design) signal the conclusion by offering a closing that tells the readers that they are finished with the task in any of these ways: ▪ signal completion of the task ▪ describe the finished product ▪ offer trouble-shooting advice Formatting the Document • • • APA Format for References only ½ to 1-inch margins 2 pages of material plus o 1 APA cover page that includes the following o A separate APA reference page Proofreading—as always, proofread for grammatical correctness, and all items above related to document design and readability. Submission Save the Word doc as a PDF document (pdf holds its format better when uploading to Black Board). Submit the Word file to Black Board using the dropbox portal in the Unit module. Requirements Major Elements Included • • • Clear & Limiting Title (telling title) Visuals that assist in understanding (visuals must have a purpose) A Clear Descriptive Sequence created using subheadings (spatial, functional, or chronological) BRIEF Introduction • • • • states the purpose states the importance of the task describes the necessary technical ability/difficulty identifies the time required to completion (as a guideline) Body • • • • • • • • • • uses sequentially ordered steps (numbered steps) states one action at a time keeps the steps simple & concise adds comments, notes, or examples as necessary refers readers to the graphics graphics are labeled as numbered figures and briefly described includes and sets apart any warnings or safety information using appropriate symbols uses icons carefully uses images carefully uses white space wisely (single-space text and double-space between sections and as needed for readability and document design) BRIEF Conclusion • • • briefly, signals completion of the task describes the finished product as necessary offers trouble-shooting advice as necessary Tone and Style • • • purpose statement lists specific audience language is correct for audience (not high in tone nor elementary in understanding) is objective Mechanics Note: If I cannot read it, I will not grade it. Try using Grammerly. • Grammatically Correct • Spelling is Correct • Word Choice is Correct • Sentences are not convoluted Precision • • • clear, concise, and to the point without wordiness not excessive in length nor excessively short does not give information the audience does not need or want ...
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Microbiological Testing of Food: Case of Salmonella
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Introduction
The microbiological testing of food is of great importance in the current society. This
is because of the increasing number of microbial elements that affect food today. As a result
of these microbial elements, many people across the world have continued to be hospitalized.
Also, the number of deaths associated with microbial elements has been increasing in recent
years (Kotzekidou, 2013). The microbiological could be a single cell, multiple cells, or
devoid of a cell. Besides, the different types of microbial elements include viruses, parasites,
and bacteria among others. One of the microbiological that has continued to be of great health
concern is the Salmonella According to Gurt...

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