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Narrative vs Expository Writing

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Christine Thibault

on 25 October 2011

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Transcript of Narrative vs Expository Writing

Narrative text Two Kinds of Writing Expository text tells a story gives information characters setting plot topic sentence reasons, facts, details transitions concluding sentence conflict climax resolution Telling a Story Beginning Middle End Giving Information Introduction - Tell you what
you are going to tell them Body - tell them Conclusion - tell them
what you told them
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