Ppt on expository writing

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Writing Interpretive, Narrative, Expository, and Persuasive.

§ Body sentences present the categories and specific supporting details in the paragraph § Closing sentences wraps up the paragraphs When might you use expository writing? Why would it be important to correctly write an expository essay? Prewriting 2. Choose the topic you will write about 1. Diagram several possible topics that you know a lot about A.List different categories under each topic B.Check topic/


EXPOSITORY WRITING WORKSHOP. WHAT IS AN EXPOSITORY ESSAY? The expository essay is a genre of essay that requires the student to investigate an idea, evaluate.

techniques for creating an attention-getting device or hook, and discover an introductory technique for ten topics and assign each student to write an introduction. Goal: To have students write an introduction that hooks the reader’s attention, uses an expository device, and sets the tone for an essay. TEKS: 13C revise drafts to clarify meaning and achieve specific rhetorical purposes 15A effective/


Interdisciplinary Writing Unit READ 7140: Methods of Teaching Writing Summer 2006 Social Studies By: Chandra P. Baker.

the materials or stage –allow student to refer to the website if related to content Grade Level: 4 th grade Content Area integration: Science Mode of writing: Expository/Description Prewriting first stage of the writing process 70% of writing time is spent during the prewriting stage consider form consider the audience of readers –yourself or others Purpose of Prewriting consider the purpose: –communicate information/


Expository Writing The “How and Why” of Writing. What is Expository Writing? Expository writing is defined as presenting reasons, explanations, or steps.

expository essay How is it different ? Expository writing does not tell a story Expository writing does not persuade a reader but only gives facts and reasons Expository writing can also give the steps of a process Expository Writing Introduction of an expository / paragraph should have a main point or idea Supporting Details: Details support the main ideas Re-Cap: Expository writing needs: One topic Reasons supporting that topic Details supporting the reasons A conclusion re-stating the reasons Transition/


WRITING EXPECTATIONS 2010. EQ: What is expected on the Writing Test? PREWRITE!!!!!!!!! Create an ENGAGING introduction!!!!! You need a hook and a thesis.

convincing your parents that you need a cell phone. Directions: Get with a partner and prewrite. Is this expository or persuasive? Who is the intended audience. Come up with a hook and thesis statement, and write your introduction. EQ: Can I Decipher Between Expository and Persuasive? Prompt Students usually find some subjects more enjoyable than others. It is natural to have greater interests/


Expository Reading & Writing Connelly Welcome to Expository Reading & Writing.

Calendar, Assignments, Unit Plans ~Standards **Students will be asked to print out materials from the website for class. Expository Reading & Writing Connelly Communication Email: wconnelly@pleasanton.k12.ca.us wconnelly@pleasanton.k12.ca.us Phone: (925) 461-6100 ext. 5/: ~Before school :7:30am-8:00am Mondays, Wednesdays. ~After school: 3:00-4:00 Tuesdays, Thursdays Expository Reading & Writing Connelly Debunking the Myths 1. This is bone head English. 2. Students were placed in this class because they/


College and Career Foundations 10/19/15 10/19Accessories and Paint 10/20Expository writing brainstorm 10/21Expository writing development 10/22 Expository.

document. On day one students will research Time Requirements (correct this on your sheet) One day for independent research Date:10/20 Objective: I can develop an expository essay about different computer operating systems Expository Writing Writer Prompts #1 Pros and Cons comparing two Windows Operating Systems Pros and Cons comparing two Apple Operating Systems Cross out – Find out where the new and/


Weeks #1 and #2-- 8/18-8/28. First … (on the front cover) Write your full name (first and last) Write your subject/ period Write teacher’s name/ room.

until claimed Turn in your syllabus as soon as you can. Get a notebook as soon as you can. Expository Writing The “How and Why” of Writing What is Expository Writing? (page 2L) Expository writing is defined as presenting reasons, explanations, or steps in a process Informational writing An expository essay should follow a logical sequence and have three different main points Logic and coherence is the main focus/


October 16, 2013 - Springboard 1.13 intro to expository writing H omework: Finish expository paragraph on an area of change in your life. Objective: Students.

effective topic sentence. Warm Up (in your composition book) D ate your notes, write down the objective Draw a word map for EXPOSITORY WRITING. Word Map What the word means A picture Word Example Word in context EXPOSITORY WRITING Word Map What the word means A picture Word Example Word in context EXPOSITORY WRITING Writing that explains, informs or describes Word Map What the word means A picture/


STATE OF TEXAS ASSESSMENTS OF ACADEMIC READINESS (STAAR TM ) English I, II, and III Reading and Writing Victoria Young Director of Reading, Writing, and.

the text and support it with relevant textual evidence (15C) AND quality of the writing (criteria under expository writing in 15A) 12 STAAR English I Expository Read the information in the box below. In 1955 medical researcher Jonas Salk introduced an/to benefit themselves, some people choose to put others first. Think carefully about this statement. 13 STAAR English I Expository Write an essay explaining whether people should be more concerned about others than about themselves. Be sure to— clearly state/


Expository or Narrative? Qualities of expository writing Qualities of narrative writing Qualities of both modes of writing.

 Magazines  Brochures  Pamphlets  Compare/contrast essays  Cause-effect essays  Problem-solution essays  Reports  Research papers  Literary analyses  Briefings  Legal documents  Commercial ads  Catalogues  Posters  Editorials  Remember:  Remember: The purpose of expository writing is to inform, explain, clarify, define, or instruct. Primary purpose = to tell This can be done through: Describing an experience Telling about an event from your past Reflecting on the/


Expository Writing August 5, 2010 Standard ELA8W1. The student produces writing that establishes an appropriate organizational structure, sets a context.

competence in a variety of genres. C: Creates an organizing structure appropriate to purpose, audience, and context. d. Develops the topic with supporting details. e. Excludes extraneous and inappropriate information. Expository Writing Prompt What are the good things and bad things about living in your town? Explain with coherent reasons and examples. Today: Complete T Chart Use Graphic Organizer to Map Essay/


With Expository Writing!. Expository Writing Workshop.

With Expository Writing! Expository Writing Workshop This presentation will focus on Types of Writing Expository Writing Expository Writing is the easiest type of writing to learn. Expository writing explains or informs. Expository Writing Prompts for expository writing use words such as: explain, clarify, inform, describe. Expository writing has three main parts or sections. This nine weeks, you will be writing an expository essay. In this class, the expository essay will usually have five paragraphs. The /


Expository Essays Explain An expository essay is an investigative document that requires a student to research and evaluate information about an idea;

. -Opinion is often expressed, but only if it is backed by fact. http://www.udemy.com/blog/expository-writing-prompts/ The expository writing process is centered on four activities: 1.Generate a rough idea or hypothesis. 2.Find evidence to back /on the idea. 4.Present an argument to back up the idea. http://www.udemy.com/blog/expository-writing-prompts/ Structurally, a piece of expository writing has the following components: An introduction that introduces the central idea you’ll talk about in the /


Tenth Grade Sixty minutes to create one masterpiece. Mastering the Alabama Direct Assessment of Writing.

and organized, and it exhibits a strong understanding of the narrative task. Definition of Expository Writing EXPOSITORY WRITING is defined as presenting reasons, explanations, or steps in a process. Logical order should be used with/the repetition of information weakens topic development and organization. This response shows little understanding of the expository writing task. Expository Writing: A level two entry Explanation The writer of this minimally developed response describes a moment in/


English I, II, III Reading and Writing Administrator’s Overview

Some people define themselves by what they believe, while others allow their actions to speak for them. STAAR English I Expository Write an essay explaining whether people should be more concerned about others than about themselves. Be sure to— clearly state /student’s ability to interpret the text and support it with relevant textual evidence (15C) AND quality of the writing (criteria under expository writing in 15A) STAAR English III Analytical Excerpt from essay “When the Going Gets Tough, Try Plan B” by /


Student Writing Samples

WASL Examples 7th Grade Copyright 2006 Washington OSPI. All rights reserved. Copyright 2006 Washington OSPI. All rights reserved. Grade 7 Expository Writing Prompt What Every Seventh-Grade Teacher Should Know Suppose a new teacher has come to your school. In a multiple-paragraph letter/I have whipped up an assignment for you to work on until the end of class. I want you to write me an expository letter. This letter explains to me what’s important to know about teaching seventh-grade students at this school. /


The Modified Sentence Completion Task as a Scaffold for Expository Reading and Writing by José Montelongo, Ph.D. California Polytechnic State University.

Social Studies classrooms Acquaint students with the Text Structures particular to a specific discipline Aids students in writing expository paragraphs Representations of Arithmetic Word Problems Writing Science Laboratory Experiments Advantages of the Modified Sentence Completion Task Reinforces Expository Reading and Writing Skills throughout the Curriculum. Reinforces Expository Reading and Writing Skills throughout the School Year May be used to reinforce Content Area main ideas particular to unit/


EXPOSITORY WRITING DAILY LESSONS.

THE TOPIC 2. DRAW A RECTANGLE AROUND THE CLUE WORDS 3. UNDERLINE WHAT TO WRITE ABOUT Expository writing must be true or believable. Science text is written in Informative or Expository style. Each paragraph must start with a transition word. First, Second, Last, After/ Remember to add specific details to support and explain your reasons. Now that you have lots of practice with Expository writing it is time to make your descriptive paragraphs stronger. The easiest way to achieve this goal is to add sensory/


Moving from Persuasive to Expository Writing Writing to an Expository Prompt RISD Language Arts 1.

Moving from Persuasive to Expository Writing Writing to an Expository Prompt RISD Language Arts 1 LESSON 1: AGENDA 1.Review Persuasive writing 2.Introduce Expository writing by comparing it to Persuasive writing 3.Compare Persuasive and Expository mentor texts and write a response 4.Discuss how what we have learned about persuasive can help us write to an expository prompt 2 Two important things: Persuasive 1.The writer has a position FOR or/


An Introduction Compiled by Shelia D. Sutton, MA, NBCT

http://www.accd.edu/sac/english/mgarcia/writfils/mod.htm Expected Outcomes This presentation will address the following topics: The Modes of Discourse with particular focus on Expository Writing General Information on Expository Writing The importance of structure Writing Introductions, Body paragraphs Conclusions and Thesis statements Using the Claim, Evidence and Elaboration format/structure in body paragraphs Ways to make claims Types of Evidence The/


Georgia Grade 8 Writing Assessment. Introduction: Scoring Information2 How the Grade 8 Writing Assessment is Scored: Domains Grade 8 Writing Assessment.

assigned the genre  Teachers distribute prompts in the order in which they are packaged  Each student will be assigned either a persuasive writing topic or an expository writing topic on the same subject and must write in the assigned genre Genres: Expository Writing6 Defining Expository Writing Expository Writing: Writing that enhances the reader’s understanding of a topic by instructing, explaining, clarifying, describing, or examining a subject or concept. Method/


Expository Writing Huddleston: 8 th Grade Language Arts Created by Sarah Smith.

enable students to:  Review the definition and characteristics of effective expository writing.  Develop brainstorming techniques for an expository essay.  Write a clear, concise, specific thesis statement.  Explore the revision and editing stages of the writing process.  Synthesize the information from the lesson to write an effective expository essay and develop a class presentation. What is expository writing? The expository essay is a genre of essay that requires the student to/


CAHSEE BOOTCAMP Distinguishing different essay styles ~Ms. Gieser Biographical Narrative Biographical Narrative Expository Essay Expository Essay Response.

’s views or to report about an event or a situation. The purpose of the expository essay is to present, completely and fairly, other people’s views or to report about an event or a situation. Expository writing presents a subject in detail apart from criticism, argument, or development. Expository writing presents a subject in detail apart from criticism, argument, or development. The writer explains/


What is Expository Writing? Often used in school & in real-world careers. Factual writing for the purpose of informing others. The purpose is to collect.

collect and synthesize information to inform an audience of others. Organization helps the reader glean information presented in a straight-forward, logical, sequential way. Graphic organizers are useful for planning. Expository Writing ExplainsDescribesDefinesInstructInforms Expository Writing Examine and convey complex ideas and information clearly and accurately through effective selection, organization, and analysis of content. –Tell about a person, place, thing, event or idea. –Has a/


Writing to a Prompt using a 4-square Graphic Organizer DWA Preparation.

you would pack for a picnic and why. Expository Steps to writing to a prompt Decide what kind of writing the prompt is asking for Decide what kind of writing the prompt is asking for Plan your writing Plan your writing Write first draft Write first draft Revise writing Revise writing Proofread Proofread Why organize? Makes your writing more understandable Makes your writing more understandable You won’t forget anything You won/


Expository Essay Expose: verb—make (something) visible, typically by uncovering it.

hip hop influenced popular culture through dress, language and attitude throughout the country, specifically with the youth. Thesis: Expository Essay Write an essay in which you determine a theme of the literary work you’ve been studying, and analyze, in /not messing with feelings. It’s all facts, baby.” –Good for writing that is heavily leaning on logic Research papers Expository papers Introductions Take out ANOTHER piece of paper. Write “interesting fact” on this paper. Crucible (noun) a ceramic or metal/


The Five-Paragraph Essay A Framework for Expository Writing.

for Expository Writing Why Do We Write? n We write for fun. –We write letters, –We write stories, –We write jokes, and –We write to share information with our family or friends. Different Kinds of Writing expository writing n Most school writing is expository writing and n Most school writing fits into a different category. Different Kinds of Writing Expository Writing n The purpose of expository writing is to communicate ideas n The purpose of expository writing is to answer questions. Expository Writing n/


EXPOSITORY WRITING The “ How and Why ” of Writing.

expository essay HOW IS IT DIFFERENT ? Expository writing does not tell a story Expository writing does not persuade a reader but only gives facts and reasons Expository writing can also give the steps of a process EXPOSITORY WRITING Introduction of an expository / paragraph should have a main point or idea Supporting Details: Details support the main ideas RE-CAP: EXPOSITORY WRITING NEEDS: One topic Reasons supporting that topic Details supporting the reasons A conclusion re-stating the reasons Transition/


Interdisciplinary Writing Unit: Writing Within Language Arts Tracie Wrye READ 7140.

issue Convey a message that is appealing to audience Conclusion gives the a sense of closure and satisfaction Before Each Unit, The Teacher Will: Expository unit:  Explain expository writing to students  Introduce and explain graphic organizers  How used in prewriting and editing  How to research and use different materials to research  Encyclopedias  Internet  Autobiographies Before Each Unit, The Teacher /


Expository Essay Expose: verb—make (something) visible, typically by uncovering it.

“I’m not messing with feelings. It’s all facts, baby.” –Good for writing that is heavily leaning on logic Research papers Expository papers Introductions Take out a piece of paper. Write “1 st Draft” on this paper. Introductions Interesting Statement of Fact Look up an /Say #2 10.Mean#2 11.Matter#2 12.Transition into last paragraph 13.Restatement of thesis Expository Essay Moves: Copy these moves and check them off as you write. 1.Transition INTO thesis. 2.Thesis 3.Introduction to quote 4.Say #1 5.Mean#/


Expository Writing The “How and Why” of Writing. What is Expository Writing? Expository writing is defined as presenting reasons, explanations, or steps.

expository essay How is it different ? Expository writing does not tell a story Expository writing does not persuade a reader but only gives facts and reasons Expository writing can also give the steps of a process Expository Writing Introduction of an expository/ paragraph should have a main point or idea Supporting Details: Details support the main ideas Re-Cap: Expository writing needs: One topic Reasons supporting that topic Details supporting the reasons A conclusion re-stating the reasons Transition/


Expository or Narrative? Qualities of expository writing Qualities of narrative writing Qualities of both modes of writing.

deviate from the thesis statement or assertion. 5. Effective Conclusion –this paragraph should reinforce your thesis statement or assertion. 6. Third Person Point of View-- your expository writing should stay away from “I” and “You”. KINDS OF EXPOSITORY TEXT  Historical documents  Political documents  Textbooks  Newspapers  Magazines  Brochures  Briefings  Legal documents  Commercial ads  Catalogues  Posters  Editorials Primary purpose = to tell This can be done/


Types of Writing in 7 th Grade English Informational Essay Argumentative Essay Narrative Writing (Use First Person Pronouns)

asks about your life experience specifically, you can use first person pronouns. If not, you must avoid first person pronouns in expository writing. AVOID: What Can You Use for Informational/Expository and Argumentative Writing Prompts ? Third Person Pronouns he/she, his/hers, him/her it/its, they/them/their/theirs When can you use first and second person pronouns ? first person Use first person/


Step Up to Writing Local Capacity Building Workshop Training Script

to Writing Local Capacity Building Workshop Training Script Why do we need to teach expository writing to all students at all grade levels? Most school writing will be expository writing. Expository writing teaches clear and logical thinking. Script: Emphasize that successful expository writing is/, the student has a lot of thoughts about golf but does not present them clearly. However, in expository writing, the information is the focus. The writer must explain or inform, and it is the responsibility of the/


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set of the cards into an envelope. Students, in their groups, will find the 2 title cards “Persuasive Writing” and “Expository Writing.” Then they will sort the rest of the cards under one of those two headings. Encourage students to look / Show slides 17 – 20 to compare and correct their sort. Copyright 2007 Washington OSPI. All rights reserved. Expository vs. Persuasive Expository writing has a narrow topic. stays focused on the main ideas. is elaborated using reasons, well-chosen and specific details,/


Expository TEXTS An Introduction.

.html http://library.thinkquest.org/10888/expos.html http://www.stanford.edu/~arnetha/expowrite/info.html#what Tense What tense do you think most expository writing uses? The Present Tense? Or the Past Tense? Pay close attention to the expository text you are going to read and decide whether it is in the present or the past tense. Examples and Non- Examples Examples/


Writing an Expository Essay

thesis statement (in the body paragraphs) a conclusion that makes a final thought for the audience Introduction to Expository Writing Literary vs. Expository Tells a story Includes a setting and character Contains a conflict Includes dialogue Provides a resolution Prompt will include / would you rate this essay? 1 2 3 4 What would you rate this essay? 4 Sample Prompt for Expository Writing Kevin Pearce suffered a violent crash that shattered his dream of participating in the Olympics and left him with a /


Expository Writing Practices Across the Content Areas.

Compare Cause/Effect Describe Explain Inform Problem/Soluti on Reason Retell Sequence Both Structured Sequenced Detailed Why do my students need to learn expository writing? 80% of writing activities across content areas in the CCSS focus on Expository Writing! Expository Writing in my Content Area Math Create a 2-column chart. Compare/contrast attributes of a rhombus with those of a square. Science Restate the process of/


On the STAAR, you will be responsible for:

following statement. Success comes from hard work. If you are not willing to work for what you want, then you will probably never achieve it. WRITE an essay explaining why hard work is necessary to be successful. Expository Example READ the following quote. "The man who does not read good books has no advantage over the man who cannot read them.“ ~ Mark/


State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR ® ) Grades 4 and 7 Writing Victoria Young Director of Reading, Writing, and Social Studies Assessments.

Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR ® ) Grades 4 and 7 Writing Victoria Young Director of Reading, Writing, and Social Studies Assessments Texas Education Agency 2014 Statewide Distributions Grades 4 and 7 Expository Writing 2 Grade 4 Summed Scores Grade 7 Summed Scores 1/1 = 217/ THINK carefully about the following question. Does humor make life better? WRITE an essay explaining whether it is important to laugh. 16 Grade 7 Expository The High End of a Basic Performance What if we lived in a/


Expository Timed Writing & Structure. Pre-Assessment 1. What is the purpose of expository writing? 2. What is the basic structure of the introduction.

reasons why s/he is your best friend. Remember to use specific details to explain and support your reasons. Reflection 1. Write the definition of expository writing in your own words. 2. Give two examples of expository writing. 3. Explain why sophomores should care about expository writing. 4. What is the basic structure of the introduction? 5. What is a thesis statement? 6. What is the basic/


ISAT WRITING Grades 3, 5, 6, and 8 2009-2010. Testing Dates/Grades ISAT – March 1 – 12, 2010 * Grades 3 and 5 – Expository Grades 6 and 8 – Persuasive.

shares cookies with me. She share stickers with me…” ( Sentences could be arranged in any order.) Launch – Grade 3 Prompt: Write an expository composition describing what it takes to be a good friend. “It takes care and respect. You have to be kind and good /, it can change in a matter of seconds.” (Sentences are cohesive: they connect ideas.) Focus Drift- Grade 5 Prompt: Write an expository composition about One person who is an example of a good role model. “My cousin Patty is a good role model because/


Understanding and Producing Written English Correcting Errors Expository Writing Getting Started Reasoning.

you portray the settings well? Are you entertaining your reader / how will a reader respond to this? Are you entertaining your reader / how will a reader respond to this? Expository Writing Writing that ‘explains’ Writing that ‘explains’ Two Ingredients Two Ingredients Analysis Analysis Argument Argument Basic Structure Problem  Solution Problem  Solution The secret The secret Picking problems worth solvoing Picking problems worth solvoing Picking/


Launch Into Teaching Writing Module Week Three: Mini Lessons, Integrating content, Resources.

facts details, explanations, and examples strong organization clarity unity and coherence logical order smooth transitions Take a minute to think about the potential for some Expository Writing in your classroom… jot down your ideas. Expository Writing Characteristics and features of Expository writing: –Exposition is about facts, ideas, and concepts –Use of specific text features to address purposes of this genre and enhance key ideas and supporting/


Mrs. Grahams 8-12 English 12 English 12: Essay Writing Module  This module focuses on the process of essay-writing. An essay is a piece of.

essay  narrative essay Mrs. Grahams Learn@Home 8-12 English 12 Expository Essay  An expository essay introduces the reader to a body of knowledge, or explains something. For example, you could write an expository essay on the history of the city of Nanaimo, or on how Canadian/ prevent you from starting on a topic that is either too large, or that doesnt lend itself to an expository essay. You may not write this essay on the topic you used for activities one to six. After you have Chosen your Topic 2/


SUPER SENTENCE.

venom is five times as poisonous as that of the king cobra. Basic Paragraph Paste-Up Expository Killer Snake! When finished, try writing your own Perfect Paragraph about a creature you find fascinating. Basic Paragraph Paste-Up Imaginative /Lame Halloween Now use Mr. Awalt’s, Perfect Paragraph Template to write your own narrative paragraph about a holiday event, real or imagined. Intermediate Paragraph Rewrite Expository An Important Event in History Directions: Unscramble the sentences so that they/


MODES OF WRITING: AN OVERVIEW Created for Edmond Public Schools English Curriculum Department.

argue for or against a point or seek to defend an opinion. Encyclopedia articles are examples of expository writing. Explain and Inform Writers present information and do not argue for or against a point or seek to defend an opinion. Encyclopedia articles are examples of expository writing. Expository Continued… Explains something to the reader May include directions or “how to” information May explain why or/


Writing Expository Paragraphs State Standards 753.2.a1.

753.2.a1 Students will be able to: 1.Explain the purpose of expository paragraphs 2.State how expository paragraphs are developed 3.Write an expository paragraph Objective: Expository An expository paragraph informs, explains or defines the topic. Expository Format Expository paragraphs are developed with facts, statistics, examples, or a combination of these. Expository Format cont’d Expository paragraphs should be direct and unemotional in tone; objective rather than subjective/


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