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Terminology of an Informative Essay
Transcript of Terminology of an Informative Essay
A word or phrase that tells what the essay is about.
The organizational pattern of an essay; introduction, main body, and conclusion.
The controlling, or overarching, idea that states the main point the writer chooses to make.
Relevant quotations and concrete details that support the focus.
Content-specific words that are not generally used in conversation.
Features that help organize the text.
Bulleted or Numbered Lists
Sidebars and Graphic Aids
What is the essay about?
Chronological (First, Second, Third)
Compare and Contrast (This vs That)
Spatial (Details Expand Out)
What is the point of the essay?
What evidence is provided to support the topic?
What words are unique to the subject area?