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Transcript of Expository Composition
So let's check out that paper!
What must be present in the essay?
What makes up a Thesis?
NOW GO SCORE A POINT 4!!!!!!!
What is Expository Writing?
THESIS? What's a Thesis?
Write on your paper:
Tell me what you could have done better.
-Do you have a Thesis?
-Did you stick to the prompt?
Introduction with thesis
Body with Support
Subject = my topic
Good Luck STAAR Stars!!!!!
Expository writing or informs. It answers the reader's basic question about a topic:
it tells readers specifically
what you plan to write
about in your paper.
A thesis statement usually
takes a side
expresses a specific feeling or feature
of your subject.
your thesis statement should explain to the reader
what he or she will learn
in your essay
An Expository Essay
the reader to a new topic; it informs the reader with details, descriptions, or explanations of a subject.
Opinion = on the subject
why you have that opinion
Miss Wetzel, show a couple examples!!!!
is fun to sing to and dance to
it always seems upbeat and exciting."
Let's work one together!
STAAR Prompt Practice!
Write an essay explaining whether people should be more concerned about others than about themselves.
Write an essay explaining whether a person should be rewarded for their participation.
Your thesis statement is the
What kind of SUPPORT do I use?
Don't make it up!
Use examples of stories of books you've read:
Worked Together- George and Lennie-Of Mice and Men.
Use people you have learn about in science or social studies:
Worked Alone- Madame Curie, Alexander Bell, Thomas Edison
Now let's fix it!!!!
Prep YOURSELF for the TEST!
Go to bed
Expository = EXPLAIN
Wake up early enough to
-bring some snacks!