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Instruction or instructions may refer to:

A specific direction or order given to someone to perform a task or carry out a procedure. They provide clear guidance on how to achieve a desired outcome. They can be written or verbal, and they typically include detailed steps or actions to follow. Instructions are crucial for ensuring tasks are completed correctly and efficiently.





Other uses

  • Instruction, teaching or education performed by a teacher
  • Sebayt, a work of the ancient Egyptian didactic literature aiming to teach ethical behaviour
  • Instruction, the pre-trial phase of an investigation led by a judge in an inquisitorial system of justice
  • Instruction manual, an instructional book or booklet
  • Direct instruction, a process that involves teaching a skill set to students through lectures or demonstrations.

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