Lessons for Expository Writing

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  • T-shirts build school and community pride - … how it looked in years past. Days 9-10: Students write about why they chose specific places, and what they found … . They may use a variety of writing genres including poetry, lyrics, memoir, personal essay, or expository. Days 11-12: Students present this …
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  • Where Oh Where Did the Sand Go - … as the movie runs. Cross-Curriculum Ideas Writing - Students can be asked to write an expository composition explaining how people can slow or …
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  • Post-Secondary Choices - … Learning English 9.6 The student will develop narrative, expository, and informational writings to inform, explain, analyze, or entertain. Technology C/T12 … of Activities/Tasks Step 1: Quick review of how to write a business letter Step 2: Have student(s) compose a …
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  • Assessment of student comprehension of themes, key concepts, and plot in Night - … 3.1.1 Interpret literary language while reading literary and expository works. CE 3.1.2 Demonstrate an understanding of literary … implications of the Wiesel’s novel and identify timeless themes Write a five paragraph essay on one of three topics concerning … of plot and the characters’ actions, and their ability to write an essay that has a logically well thought out argument …
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  • 5-Day Unit Plan for Introducing Nonfiction - … nonfiction material, students will prepare to use the multitude of expository texts that readers of all ages encounter daily, including newspapers … skills and apply what they've learned to their own writing Lesson 1: What's Special About Nonfiction? Lesson 2: Prepare … Nonfiction Text Structures Lesson 5: Check Reading Comprehension and Apply Writing
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  • Extra! Extra! Titanic Sinks - … have spent 1-2 weeks reading, listening to, and discussing expository material on the Titanic. In this unit, they assume the … the story of the Titanic by writing a concise summary article about the disaster Write critical-thinking questions about the disaster in …
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  • Facts, Opinion & Author's Purpose - … Standard: 5.IT-E.2. Distinguish fact from opinion in expository text, providing supporting evidence from text. cal order. 5.IT … filled with opinions.Ask: why did the author choose to write some many opinions/facts? How do you think the author … if the article is mostly fact or opinion. Have them write the author's position based on the tone, number of …
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  • Exploring Our World - … Notebooks 6. Pencils 7. Amazon Echo Anticipatory Set: Have students write a question they have about the world and select three … a class. 2. Students will use other books that have expository texts about different regions around the world to use as … . This part will serve as the prewriting part of the writing process. 3. Students will work in groups to draft a …
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  • Autobiography - … presentation. Goals and Objectives: The students will: * compose and edit writings. * use available technology to word process, integrate graphics, and produce … , expository, persuasive, and technical writings. English 7.9 The student will use word processing tools to plan, draft, revise, and publish some writings … to incorporate pictures of friends and places into story. * The writings will be compiled into a book for students to have …
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  • Ecosystems - … create an expository response in which ideas and details follow an organizational pattern and are relavent to the purpose by writing a … in the chart. After the three days of data collection, write a paragraph about each ecosystem using the observations and data. Also write a paragraph comparing the three ecosystems. Sunshine State Standards LA …
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