Concise & very helpful.
Ten Principles for Writing Coherently
- In your introduction, motivate readers with a problem they care about.
- Make your point clearly, usually at the end of that introduction.
- In that point, introduce the important concepts in what follows.
- Make everything that follows relevant to your point.
- Make it clear where each part/section begins and ends.
- Open each part/section with a short introductory segment.
- Put the point of each part/section at the end of that opening segment.
- Order parts in a way that makes clear and visible sense to your readers.
- Begin sentences constituting a passage with consistent topics/subjects.
- Create cohesive old-new links between sentences.