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T.E.A.C.H. Expository Writing

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Foundation Baseline assessment-

A test or exam that shows what level a student is so teachers can help them improve. Bellwork.

Define expository writing.


Expository writing is ______________.

*Get in uniform now :) Vocabulary Silence:

No talking. Expository Baseline Assessment:

Pick ONE Topic:
-Your country
-Your favorite sport
-Your favorite holiday
-Your favorite food CO: SWBAT take a baseline
expository assessment


LO: Ss will do this by taking a
baseline assessment on expository writing. -baseline assessment
-expository
-silence Expository writing-


Writing to inform.

Writing to tell someone about something. RA: Rules: -Write 4 paragraphs about this topic.
-Remember: Introduction, Body and Conclusion!
-You should INFORM me about your
-When finished, check for spelling, grammar and punctuation. Bellwork: Fill out the entrance slip on your desk.

*Sit in your new seat. CO: SWBAT identify key components
in the topic paragraph of an expository essay.



LO: Ss will do this by highlighting, underlining,
circling and boxing the 4 key components in sample topic
expository paragraphs. KEY VOCABULARY: Expository
Topic
Restate
Opinion
Example
Connection RA: Wed. February 6th. Expository Writing: Writing to Inform.

Writing to tell someone about something. Topic A Subject

For example: Soccer, Food, Music, etc. Restate: To write the question
in the answer.

For example:
What is your favorite color?
My favorite color is blue. Opinion How you feel
about something. Example Connection Text to Text
Text to World
Text to Self Expository Writing. We already learned HOW TO.

What is another form of expository writing?

-Responding to a QUESTION. Why are we learning this? *In life, you will need to EXPLAIN
yourself and no one will believe you
if you don't give examples.

*On state tests (exams you need to graduate), you will need to write
expository essays. Expository Writing has FOUR paragraphs.
T.E.A.C.H. 1st paragraph- Topic
2nd paragraph- Example
3rd paragraph- Analysis
4th paragraph- Conclusion

5th step- Have to edit/revise 1st paragraph is TOPIC. 3 steps:
*Restating
*Explain
*Example 1. There is a question .

For example, What is true love? Use an example from text, personal
example or the world to explain your answer.

What does it mean to be a hero? Use an example from text, personal example or the world to explain your answer.

What does it mean to be afraid? Use an example from text, personal example or the world to explain your answer. Teacher model: What is true love? Something that supports your answer. What is true love? True love is a strong feeling
of liking someone. True love is when there is confidence in a partner and they always will protect each other. An example is Lucia and Daniel in "The Song".

Restating the question: highlight
Explanation: Underline
The example: Circle We do. Can you help someone you don't like? Can you help someone you don't like? You can help someone you don't like. Even if you don't like the person, you can still help them if they are in need. For example, in "Hannah and the Hurricane," Hannah helped Max Marker when he was stuck under rocks in a hurricane. Restating: Highlight
Explanation: Underline
Example: circle YOU DO. Restate the question: Highlight
Explanation: Underline
The Example: Circle.

Independently, work on the packet with topic paragraphs. Exit Ticket Thursday February 7th Bellwork Restate this question:

What is friendship? CO: SWBAT demonstrate their understanding of
expository essays
to write the key components in the topic paragraph.

LO: Ss will do this by writing a
topic paragraph
in an expository essay using a graphic organizer. Objectives: Vocabulary: Expository
Topic
Restate
Opinion
Example
Connection Expository Writing: Writing to Inform.

Writing to tell someone about something. Topic A Subject

For example: Soccer, Food, Music, etc. Restate: To write the question
in the answer.

For example:
What is your favorite color?
My favorite color is blue. Opinion How you feel
about something. Example Something that supports your answer. Connection Text to Text
Text to World
Text to Self Expository Writing. We already learned HOW TO.

What is another form of expository writing?

-Responding to a QUESTION. Why are we learning this? *In life, you will need to EXPLAIN
yourself and no one will believe you
if you don't give examples.

*On state tests (exams you need to graduate), you will need to write
expository essays. Expository Writing has FOUR paragraphs.
T.E.A.C.H. 1st paragraph- Topic
2nd paragraph- Example
3rd paragraph- Analysis
4th paragraph- Conclusion

5th step- Have to edit/revise 1st paragraph is TOPIC. 3 steps:
*Restating
*Explain
*Example Question: Can two different people be in love? Use an example from text, personal example or the world to explain your answer.


Two different people can be in love. There are so many different people in the world that love each other. For example, in the story "The Neighbors," the husband Jack and the wife Ann are very different. RA: Teacher models topic paragraph of an
expository essay: We do: What is fear? Use an example from text, movie, personal example or the world to explain your answer.

Remember the 3 steps: Restate the question, Explain the topic, Give an example. ** Think of movies, tv shows that you were afraid of! Independently (YOU DO) Question: What is friendship? Use an example from text, personal example or the world to explain your answer.


REMEMBER:
* RESTATE THE QUESTION
*EXPLAIN THE ANSWER
*GIVE AN EXAMPLE STOP! Friday February 8th Bellwork Give an example of friendship. OBJECTIVES: CO: SWBAT produce
their topic paragraph for
an expository essay.

LO: Ss will do this by writing a
topic paragraph in
an expository essay using a graphic
organizer. KEY VOCABULARY: Expository Writing
Topic
Restate
Opinion
Example
Connection Expository Writing: Writing to Inform.

Writing to tell someone about something. Topic A Subject

For example: Soccer, Food, Music, etc. Restate: To write the question
in the answer.

For example:
What is your favorite color?
My favorite color is blue. Opinion How you feel
about something. Example Something that supports your answer. Connection Text to Text
Text to World
Text to Self Expository Writing. We already learned HOW TO.

What is another form of expository writing?

-Responding to a QUESTION. Why are we learning this? *In life, you will need to EXPLAIN
yourself and no one will believe you
if you don't give examples.

*On state tests (exams you need to graduate), you will need to write
expository essays. Expository Writing has FOUR paragraphs.
T.E.A.C.H. 1st paragraph- Topic
2nd paragraph- Example
3rd paragraph- Analysis
4th paragraph- Conclusion

5th step- Have to edit/revise 1st paragraph is TOPIC. 3 steps:
*Restating
*Explain
*Example Teacher models topic paragraph: Question: Can two different people be in love?
Use an example from text, personal example or the world to explain your answer.


Two different people can be in love. There are so many different people
in the world that love each other. For example, in the story "The Neighbors,"
the husband Jack and the wife Ann are very different. WE DO. Many people react to fear in different ways.
Use an example from text, movie, personal example or the world to explain your answer.
Remember the 3 steps: Restate the question, Explain the topic, Give an example.
** Think of movies, tv shows that you were afraid of! YOU DO! Select a topic:

What is true love? Use one example from texts, movies, personal examples and the world to explain your answer.

OR

What is a hero? Use one example from texts, movies, personal examples and the world to explain your answer.



You are only writing your TOPIC paragraph in the graphic organizer. (INTRODUCTION) STOP!
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