Over the next few weeks, we’ll be working on expository writing: writing that explains. Textbook chapters, magazine articles, and instruction booklets are some of the many kinds of expository writing.
As a seventh grader, you’ll focus on expository writing that explains your opinion about a topic or your thoughts about an idea.
Check out these short expository compositions from previous WRMS seventh graders:
Lauren explains why summertime is the best time of the year.
Steven explains how NOT to play video games.
Kevin explains his hatred of pep rallies.
Rachel explains why the Hill Country Galleria is a great place to hang out.
Joseph explains his love of football.
Tori explains why sidewalk chalk was one of her prized possessions as a kid.
What do these posts have in common? Can you identify some of the strengths of effective expository writing?