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Expository vs Narrative Writing

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jamie barrs

on 13 November 2014

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Transcript of Expository vs Narrative Writing

It is persuasive?
Now it's
Your
turn!
pERSONAL nARRATIVE
eXPOSITORY
One moment in time
character development
dialogue
setting
Plot
personal experience
explains who or what
Explains why
central idea
supporting ideas that are connected
examples
facts
personal anecdotes
Objective: Students will be able to
judge
similarities and differences between narrative and expository writing
by
evaluating compositions and providing textual evidence.
Narrowed
Focused
Has introductions
Has conclusions
Specific Audience

Similarities
Read each composition.
Determine if each passage is personal narrative or expository.
Underline and identify evidence to support your answer.
Guided Practice
Checking for understanding
independent practice
Narrative vs expository
Castles of the Winter World

Ireland is a place filled with wonders and majesty but castles steal the heart of this icy wonderland. Blarney Castle and Dublin Castle are a reason many people fall in love with this frozen land.

While there are many castles, Blarney Castle is one of the most well known. It is a large, beautiful, midnight gray stone tower.
Direct Instruction
one moment in time
Plot with a conflict, beginning, middle, and end
Closure
central idea
supporting details/ examples
STOP
S- We STARTED the lesson…
T- The TOPIC/ THEME was…
O- Our OPPORTUNITIES to practice were…
P- The PURPOSE of learning this is…
1-2-3
1 sentence that summarizes the main idea of what we learned
2 of the most important details
3 questions to quiz your classmates
product
blooms verb
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