How to Write Specific Details for Process Diagrams
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In this video we’ll talk about how to write the specific details for process diagrams so here’s our
first practice question.
You’ve seen this question before when we wrote the introduction and the overview for this question.
In previous videos.
So if you need to read this question prompt again then you can post a video and do so now so let’s go
ahead and talk about the specific details as you already know by now.
The first thing that we do is you have to split your info graphic into two halves so in this process
we have a total of three steps.
As you can see here stage number one here is number two and here’s number three so when you’re trying
to split this info graphic into two halves you have two options either you can talk about stage number
one and stage number two in paragraph three and then you can talk about stage number three in the fourth
On the other hand you can also talk about stage number one in the third paragraph and then you can talk
about stages number two and three in the fourth paragraph so you’re completely free to divide this information
in any way that you want.
For my example in the third paragraph I’ll be describing only the first stage and then in the fourth
paragraph I’ll talk about stages number two and three so let’s go ahead and take a look at our third
SIMON lay their eggs among small stones scattered at the base of reeds that grow in the slow moving
upper river so here all we’re doing is that we’re simply describing whatever we are seeing here for
the first stage so here we can see that salmon lay their eggs right here.
These are small stones that are scattered meaning that they are spread out at the base of the reeds.
So as we can see these here are called reeds it looks like there’s some kind of underwater plant so
here we’re saying that salmon lay their eggs among small stones that are scattered at the base of the
reeds and these reeds which are underwater plants grow in the slow moving upper river.
Now let’s look at our second sentence the eggs seem to require between five to six months before the
fish can hatch.
So now we’re describing this information here we’re saying that these eggs seem to require about five
to six months before the fish Hatch meaning before the fish take bath.
So when they come out of their eggs they take baths and we call this process hatching.
Now let’s take a look at our final sentence at the youngest stage when the salmon is only between three
to eight centimetres in length it is referred to as a fry so now we’re talking about this information
We’re saying that when the fish is only three to eight centimetres in length it is called a fry.
So now that we’ve described all the information in the first stage of the salmon lifecycle our third
paragraph is now complete.
So now let’s move on to our fourth paragraph so this time we’re going to be talking about stages.
Number two and three so let’s take a look at the first sentence of our fourth paragraph in the intermediary
stage of their life at about four years of age and 12 to 15 centimeters in length.
They come to be known as as so the word intermediary means metal.
So we’re first talking about this second stage which is the middle stage and we’re saying that in this
middle stage of their life when salmon are about four years of age and 12 to 15 centimeters in length
they come to be known as Smoltz let’s look at our next sentence in this stage they swim out to the fast
flowing lower river until they reach the age of about five so we’re saying that in this age the fish
swim out to the fast flowing lower river until they reach the age of about five now in our final sentence.
We’re going to be talking about this third stage so let’s take a look at our sentence at this point
as fully developed adult salmon ranging from 70 to 76 centimetres in length.
They set out for the open sea.
And the process is repeated so we’re saying that in this stage the salmon become fully developed adults
that range between 70 to 76 centimetres in length and at this point they set out for the open sea.
And then we can see that the process is repeated again.
These salmon now once again give birth to eggs which hatch into tiny fish and this cycle is once again
So now we’ve described every single stage in the two halves of our infographics.
So now our task one essay for this process question is now complete.
Since we’ve already written the introduction and the overview in previous videos and we’ve written the
third and the fourth paragraphs in this video we have finished our task one essay for this question.
Now let’s move on to our next practice question.
Here we have an unnumbered process diagram.
You’ve seen this question before as well.
So let’s move on to writing the specific details so the first thing we do we’re gonna split this info
graphic so we’ll be talking about the first process which is cement production in the third paragraph
and then we’ll talk about concrete production in the fourth paragraph so let’s take a look at our third
paragraph upon a detailed look.
It is clear that producing cement first requires limestone and Clay to be pulverized into powder with
the use of a crusher so here we’re opening our detailed paragraph by using the phrase upon a detailed
This is a great way to start your third or your fourth paragraph.
So we’re saying that upon a detailed look meaning that if we look closely at our infographics we can
see that the first step is that to produce cement we have to take our limestone and clay and we have
to pulverize it meaning that we have to crush it into powder using a crusher.
So this is the first step we have to crush the limestone and Clay using a crusher.
Now let’s look at our second sentence these substances then pass through a heated rotating cylinder
followed by a grinder which marks the end of the cement production process
so here we’re saying that after this stage these substances which are limestone and clay they pass through
this rotating cylinder which is also heated as you can see from the label here.
And then after passing through this rotating heated cylinder the substances pass through a grinder and
this finishes the cement production process.
So now we finally have cement from our original substances.
Now let’s look at our final sentence this finished product is finally filled into bags for shipment
and use so we’re saying that now our product is finished and this finished product is put into bags
for shipment and use.
So that completes our third paragraph.
Now let us move on to our fourth paragraph.
Now we’re going to be talking about concrete production.
So let’s take a look at our fourth paragraph in comparison producing concrete is a more straightforward
process due to its simplicity and minimal requirement of equipment so here we’re saying that in comparison
to cement production concrete production is much more simpler.
It’s more straightforward.
Because it’s a simple one step process in which we need minimal equipment.
As you can see the only equipment that we need for this process is the concrete mixer let’s move on
to our second sentence this process requires a mixture of four substances in specific proportions so
we’re saying that to begin this process we need these four substances in very specific proportions so
we can see that the proportions of these substances are listed here as percentages.
So since these percentages are key numeric details we have to talk about them in our detail paragraph.
So let’s go ahead and do that a composition of 50 percent gravel 15 percent cement 10 percent water
and 25 percent sand are all placed into a concrete mixer which blends and transforms these substances
into cement so we’re saying that we take all these substances in these specific proportions and we placed
them into this concrete mixer which blends all these substances and transforms them or changes them
So now that we’ve described all the different stages of the two halves of our infographics our specific
detailed paragraphs are now complete.
And with that our task one essay for this process question is also complete so that brings us to the
end of our video in the next video I’m going to show you how to write the specific details for map questions.
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