Expository...How so? "Truisms" is an idea explored in Gretchen Bernabei's book Revising the Essay: How to Teach Structure without Formula. A truism is a technique for teaching students about writing a thesis. This lesson has students write an essay about a truism discovered in a pretty unique picture book.
There are many types of expository writing, and we are now collecting samples of any to post here at WritingFix. If you've taught your students to write comparison/contrast essays, cause/effect essays, lessons described in Gretchen Bernabei's awesome book of fresh ideas, or any expository writing assignment you've inspired a student do do his/her best, we want to feature that sample here on this page.
How to make it easier for your students to write Expository Essays
Searching in the web for expository essay examples you can find a lot of wrong definitions and sample texts. Expository essay is a simple writing that presents just a summary of information. It can describe or explain something, very often this texts are called "how to". In some meaning you are reading an expository essay right now. High-school and college students very often can face with this type of writing on their tests. For example answers on history test can be written in expository essay way. Writing an expository essay you present the information using facts or explain something using words like: next. then, after, finally etc. Today we are going to provide our readers with writing tips and step by step guide for writing a good expository essay. Always check you teacherâs requirements before starting to write a paper.