For this week’s discussion, find a set of instructions to analyze. Share them (either by including a link, cutting and pasting them, or scanning them if you have a hard copy) with your peers, then write a 200 to 300 word analysis of those instructions. This is sometimes easier to do if your instructions are not very good because that allows you to point out what is wrong with them and how they might be improved. Were steps skipped? Were some instructions not clear? Were important safety considerations ignored? Would graphics have helped? Refer to the book for help in deciding what makes good and bad instructions. Post an original analysis by Wednesday and responses to two peers by Sunday night. The responses can be shorter than the original post.