Teach middle school and high school students creative expository writing using picture books as mentor texts!

Using Picture Books to Teach Expository Writing

Why would anyone use picture books to teach expository writing? Because picture books are written by master authors who can teach us clearly through their examples. Not to mention, it doesn’t…

Expository Writing Unit

Expository Writing Unit

Having expository transitions explicitly written in step-by-step format helps facilitate direction for ESOL students.

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Expository Writing Anchor Chart | Expository vs. Narrative Compositions

Non-Fiction Unit: Lesson 8 Mini lesson for teaching the difference between expository and narrative compositions.

Use this rubric to easily and consistently evaluate your students' expository writing. $1

Expository Essay Rubric

The teacher will use this rubric to easily and consistently evaluate students' expository writing.

I would use these writing prompts to have students practice expository writing. I would write at the top of the sheet "Write to explain..." and let the students choose their writing prompt.

I would use these writing prompts to have students practice expository writing. I would write at the top of the sheet "Write to explain." and let the students choose their writing prompt.

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I will provide this handout at the beginning of my lesson on expository writing. This handout can be used to simplify the process and purpose of expository writing.

Expository Writing activity that is fun and engaging for students! It is student tested and teacher approved!  Right Down the Middle

Expository Writing activity that is fun and engaging for students! It is student tested and teacher approved!

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