CHRONOLOGICAL ORDERitis timeorder, the orderin which eventshappen.
EXAMPLE:Papier mache sculpture can bemade from a few items. First, cutnewspaper into one or two inchstrips. Then, dip the paper into amixture of water and whitepaste. Finally, mold the stripsover a box, a hanger, or waddednewspaper. The shape you createwill soon harden.
SPATIAL ORDERone describes theposition of one partor object in relationto another.
Entering city hall is liketraveling in a time machine.Outside, the century oldmarble steps and columnsgreet you like an ancientcaretaker. But once inside themajestic doors, you are met byclicking typewriters andbeeping computers.
ORDER OF IMPORTANCEOne begins with the mostimportant details and end with the least importantdetails. You can also begin with the least important and end with the most important.
Example:Glenda Almo was more fortunatethan themotherless, fatherless, little childscavenging for food on streets. Shehad a father. She had a warmhouse. - And she had a friend- hergrandmother. She was very old andnot strong, but she loved Glendaand took care of her. Glenda’sfather was too busy to pay muchattention to her, but hergrandmother was always there