Expository Essay Writing Tips Part 4

Week One, Day 5 Week One QUIZ DIRECTIONS: Choose the best answer. The first step in the writing process is Rough copy Publishing Pre-writing Final Copy The first sentence in a paragraph is the Topic Conclusion Definition Elaboration The three middle sentences in a paragraph are Details or reasons Topic sentences Random ideas None of the above A Predicate is Who or what the sentence is about What...
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Expository Essay Writing Tips Part 3

Week One, Day 3 continued Proofreading Now take a look at your paragraph. Use this checklist to analyze your paragraph for errors. If you see any of these errors, make your paper using the proofreading marks from the chart.             Do you see any missing capitalization?             Do you see any missing punctuation?             Do you see any mis-spelled...
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Expository Essay Writing Tips Part 2

Week One, Day 2 continued ANSWERS for Subject Predicate Review _subject                          1. Writing is so much fun! _predicate                     2. It is fun because you can explore many ideas. _predicate                     3. Free-writing is one way to get your ideas out on paper....
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Expository Essay Writing Tips

Introduction During this 12 week College Essay Help course, you will learn how to write an expository essay by using the writing process (pre-writing, drafting, editing, proofreading and publishing) infused with the six traits of ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, and conventions along with meaningful and relevant grammar activities designed to make you a better writer....
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Reading an Essay Prompt

There are many different types of essays, some of which are quite similar in nature. Different books give these various essays different names, which can often cause confusion. The most important thing to remember, however, is not the name of the type of essay you are to write, but the objective of the task you are given by the prompt. An essay prompt is the task you are given for the focus of...
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Reading an Essay Prompt Activity

Directions: Read the following essay prompts. First, decide what type of essay the prompt is asking you to write. A word box has been given to help you choose. Then, underline the clue words in the prompt that helped you to decide the type of essay you are being asked to write. An example has been done for you. Ex. Are schools responsible for making kids fat? Should school cafeterias be required...
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