divided into four coloured sections by the author of the presentation

1. KaddeshThe blessingקַדֵּשׁ
2. UrechatzThe washing of handsוּרְהַץ
3. KarpasThe eating of the parsley (having dipped it in the salty water)כַּרְפַּס
4. YachatzThe breaking of the middle matzah to have afikomanיַחַץ
5. MaggidTelling the story of the Exodus from Egyptמַגִּיד
6. RachtzahThe second washing of the handsרַחַץ
7. Motzi and MatzahThe two blessings over the matzahמוֹצִיא מַצָה
8. MarorThe eating of the bitter herb (having dipped it in the salty water)מָרוֹר
9. KorekhEating of sandwich made with matzah bitter herb and charosetכּוֹרֵךְ
10. Shulchan OrechThe eating of the festive mealשֻׁלְחָן עוֹרֵךְ
11. TzafunThe eating of the afikoman.צָפוּן
12. BarekhThe thanksgiving for the food; prayers for Elijah and Messiahבָּרֵךְ
13. HallelThe recitation of the second part of Hallel הַלֵּל
14. Nirtzah The final singingנִרְצָה

Remark: the following changes are introduced to the original text of the edition of 1927 year to show the logic of this division:

Originally the above 14-part schema of the Passover seder has not been divided into the four sections corresponding to the four cups constituting this structure. Although it is not an easy task, but it is a feasible and necessary one to understand the primary rite of the Passover.

[1]  Cf. הגדה שׁל פסח Hagada. Opowiadania o wyjściu Izraelitów z Egiptu na pierwsze dwa wieczory święta Pesach. M. Zalcman Bookshop’s Publisher, Vienna 1927, 5. “Haggadah” is available now in the “Bibliofilska Edycja Reprintów” as the reprint made from the copy of a private collection in the printing enterprise Interdruck GmbH in Leipzig, Warszawa 1991.
There exists also the seder composed of 15 parts, which differs from the above one only in this, that the part 7. (מוֹצִיא מַצָה) is divided into two parts: 7. (מוֹצִיא) and 8. (מַצָה).