Expository Writing

Expository writing is non-fiction writing; its purpose is to explain, educate, inform, interpret, or clarify. When you write, you must base your writing on evidence, personal experience or information taken from reliable sources.

Here is your prompt: If you could make changes in your school lunchroom what would they be?

  1. Use a “gotcha” introductory sentence.
  2. Tell at least three things you would change. Add one or two details to each reason.
  3. Make sure you have at least two transitions and one idiom, simile, or metaphor that makes sense with your writing.  (If you can’t think of one “forget it.”)  :-)
  4. Have a conclusion where you restate your prompt.
  5. To check your grammar copy and paste your work into Word. Make corrections, copy and paste into your document.
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