Ok so the instructions are basically the same. Here's the very basic stuff:
Add hot water ( aka strike water) to grain, (water temperature and amount is recipe dependent), do this with a bag inside a big pot
Let sit for about 60 minutes
During this 60 minutes, use a second pot to make more hot water (aka sparge water, temperature and amount also recipe dependent).
Use this new water to wash over grains again after 60 minutes is up. Normally, I like to have a third pot or vessel. After the 60 minutes is up, lift the bag with wet grains out, and place the bag in the third pot, making sure to leave the wort behind in pot 1. Then wash over the grains with hot water in pot 2. Then combine contents of pot 1 and pot 3, should be something between 6 and 7 gallons. Bring to a boil, then do hop additions as told in the recipe. Boil for 60 minutes, you should be left with between 5 and 5.75 gallons after volume has boiled off, then cool down and add yeast, etc.
Again, I'm generalizing a lot of stuff, but that's the basics.