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The Expository Essay

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  • The essay is a commonly assigned form of writing that every student will encounter while in academia. Therefore, it is wise for the student to become capable and comfortable with this type of writing early on in her training. Essays can be a rewarding and challenging type of writing and are often assigned both in class which requires previous planning and practice on the part of the student and as homework.

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  • The main contents of the chapter consist of the following: Sharing your experience, basics in a box, writing your reflective essay, planning your reflective essay, steps for writing an reflective essay, topic selection, key points to consider, dos and don’ts, common mistakes, example.

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  • The main contents of the chapter consist of the following: What is an expository essay? what are the key words that show it is an expository essay? structure of the expository essay, a complete argument, PACO- Technique for brainstorming, steps for writing expository essay, types of expository essay? key points to consider, dos and don’ts, common mistakes, example: the influences of culture and its influence.

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  • The following types were discussed thoroughly in the previous lecture: descriptive essay, definition essay, compare and contrast essay, cause and effect essay, narrative essay, argumentative essay, critical essay, evaluation essay, analysis essay, reflective essay, expository essay.

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  • Note key ideas or words you think will be important. Use only short phrases or individual words at this point. Construct a map using these words and phrases . Refer to our Guide on concept mapping on how to create one. Identify what you want to do with the concepts! Refer to our list of terms for essays Pick a likely verb (or two) and write out the definition to keep before you. Are you to develop a persuasive or expository essay, or a position paper? What has the teacher assigned?...

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  • The main contents of the chapter consist of the following: After successfully completing ENG406, the student will be able to: Write variety of essay styles (narrative, descriptive, expository, persuasive), write for a variety of purposes and audiences, apply the writing process (prewriting, writing, and revising), demonstrate basic grammar and sentence skills in writing, develop his/her personal writing style/voice, self-edit writing and analyze other writing samples, critically evaluate a variety of reading passages, carry out library and on-line research, organize and deliver an oral pres...

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  • ENG406 is essay Writing & Presentation Skills course designed for students to develop knowledge of essay crafting skills and presentation techniques relevant to future programs and career fields. After successfully completing ENG406, the student will be able to: write variety of essay styles (narrative, descriptive, expository, persuasive), write for a variety of purposes and audiences, apply the writing process (prewriting, writing, and revising), demonstrate basic grammar and sentence skills in writing, develop his/her personal writing style/voice,...

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  • Welcome to 501 Writing Prompts! This book is designed to provide you with a variety of writing topics and model essays. Categories in this book cover many different types of writing: persuasive, expository, narrative, and literary response. At some point in your life, whether you are trying to pass an academic exam or standardized test, writing a college placement essay, or vying for a job promotion, you will need to practice the skills used to express yourself clearly.

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  • Essays may be divided into four mam types: narrative, descriptive, reflective or expository and discoursive or argumentative. The division, however, is by no means clear cut; in fact most essays have features characteristic not of one particular type, but of several.

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  • According to the subject matter and the treatment it receives, essays may be divided into four mam types: narrative, descriptive, reflective or expository and discoursive or argumentative.

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  • The essay portion of the test requires students to read a brief passage in which an argument is made or a position is taken. Students are asked to analyze and explain the ideas presented in the passage, and then take a position that they support by providing reasons and examples from their own experience, observations, or reading. Because the writing assignment requires students to analyze the passage’s ideas in developing their own position on the subject, it integrates the critical reading and expository writing skills that are essential to college-level work.

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