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I appreciate your comment about how-to’s being non-linear and including alternatives. Often times when we think about how-to writing we think of functional text. And there always seems to be a set of instructions (first do this, then do this, etc.) or a recipe (add this ingredient, then add this one). What would happen if you added the baking soda after adding the egg (or vice-versa) when making a cake? One person’s how-to doesn’t necessarily need to be another person’s. Thanks for sharing and glad to have you on board the #clmooc train.