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Writing- T.A.P. Writing Prompts
Transcript of Writing- T.A.P. Writing Prompts
T= Topic / Task
This is the topic that you will write about and helps the writer determine what is important to include in the middle (introduction) of their four square
This is the reason why your are writing. It will be one of following:
expository / inform- writing that explains
descriptive- writing that describes something
persuasive- writing that persuades / convinces someone do something or view something in a specific way
narrative / entertain - writing that tells a story
In this lesson, you will learn how to read a writing prompt.
The information in a writing prompt is broken into three parts.
The T.A.P. acronym is a convenient way to
look for the purpose of writing an essay!
The audience is who you are writing to. (The writer should ask himself, "Who will read this paper?") It is important that you keep this in mind when you are writing.