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Expository Text

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Transcript of Expository Text

Expository Text
Examples of Expository Text
Compare and Contrast
An expository text tries to inform or instruct the reader. Longer expository texts are usually divided into different topic sections with separate headings. Stories are narratives that tell about human or human-like characters and activities.
Whats the main idea of Expository Text
Sequence or time of order
Listing
Compare and Contrast
Cause and Effect
Problem and Solution
Cause and Effect
A cause and effect outlines reasons for events.the the author describes an event (such as the American revolutionary war)and explains what caused the event and the effect that followed from it.
Problem and Solution
Definition
The main idea of an expository text is one of the most important part of the discourse.It tells the reader what the text is all about.
The main idea is therefore the key concept or the main point of the exposition
It is the main point which the author tries to make.
The author presents a problem and one or more solutions to the problem
Newspaper
Textbooks
Guides
Directions
Biographies
Five Types of Expository Text
Compare and Contrast involves disusing similarities and differences,A social studies book might compare the government of the United States and the government of Great Britain
This type of expository text is often use to present events such as the French and the Indians War (in history class)or cell division (in biology class).
Chronological/
Sequence
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By;Jo Monrreal,Matthew Roberts
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