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EXPOSITORY WRITING. EXPOSITORY WRITING. EXPLAIN. SET FORTH. EXPOUND. EXPOSITORY WRITING. format. Essay Title Paragraph 1: The Introduction Thesis statement (Main Idea for your paper) Example Sentence #1 (Subtopic) Example Sentence #2 (Subtopic) Example Sentence #3 (Subtopic)

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    1. EXPOSITORY WRITING

    2. EXPOSITORY WRITING EXPLAIN SET FORTH EXPOUND

    3. EXPOSITORY WRITING format • Essay Title • Paragraph 1: The Introduction • Thesis statement (Main Idea for your paper) • Example Sentence #1 (Subtopic) • Example Sentence #2 (Subtopic) • Example Sentence #3 (Subtopic) • Concluding Sentence that repeats the Main Idea • Paragraph 2: Example #1 • Topic Sentence Example #1 (from the Introduction) • 3 Examples sentences that prove your Topic Sentence • Concluding Sentence that repeats Example #1 • Paragraph 3: Example Paragraph #2 • Topic Sentence Example # 2 (from the Introduction) • 3 Examples that prove your Topic Sentence • Concluding Sentence that repeats Example #2 • Paragraph 4: Example Paragraph #3 • Topic Sentence Example #3 (from the Introduction) • 3 Examples that prove your Topic Sentence • Concluding Sentence that repeats Example #3 • Paragraph 5: Conclusion • Topic Sentence (Main Idea for your paper) Point 1 Point 3 Introduction contains a thesis statement. All the issues that will back up your thesis statement can also be found here. In every paragraph there must be evidence to support the topical sentence at the beginning of the paragraph. Point 2 The first sentence of each paragraph should summarize the whole paragraph. These sentences are called topical sentences. @Arlington Secondary School

    4. EXPOSITORY WRITING EXAMPLE 1 - to inform(Discursive) Explain Why Riding a Kawasaki Ninja is Really Cool! The joy of riding a fast bike, like the Kawasaki Ninja, is beyond words. The aerodynamic features makes it look cool. The sound of its engine revving is like a gentle whistle to the ear. On the highways, the Kawasaki Ninja is a sturdy and easy to handled beast. It is just a joy riding it Aerodynamics is what makes a bike less resistant to head winds. In the Kawasaki factory, the maker has spend great $10 million in research of to design the most wind resistant contours. Some of the best minds in Japan have been consulted as well The sound of the engine is a pleasent whistling . Kawasaki has installed Enki tailpipes on the Ninja and those pipes have been build to dampen the noise level to below 5 decibels which is to the human ear is not any louder than a whistling sound. On the highway the is a study and easily to handle bike. The Kawaski Ninja weights almost half a ton yet the design of the handle and the shock absorbers are made so that the combine well to give a sturdy ride. It is difficult not to feel that this bike is made for hours of joy riding.

    5. EXPOSITORY WRITING EXAMPLE 1 - (Argumentative) Examination is not the best way to select leaders.Discuss. Exams are a part of our culture and are not a waste of time. Asian society is so into exams as a means to select its future leaders. Alternative methods of assessment are not rigorous enough. Exams are a test and time honored way of selecting future leaders. Asian society is so into exams as a means to select it future leaders. In old imperial China, scholars would sit for national exams that would last for days and it is through these exams that officials were selected. This way of selecting only the best served China well for thousands of years although some say that the imperial system is too old to work in this modern age. Alternative forms of assessment may be used, But they may not be rigorous enough. In the USA, star power seems to be the criteria for presidency. Looking at President Obama who enjoys star status on his winning the Presidency, we can see that his lack of experience and knowledge has caused him to make bad policies in healthcare and in foreign relations with China which have been a disaster for the US. So like it or not, exams are a tested and time honored way of selecting leaders. That is why the British adopted the Chinese imperial system of exams in 1851 to select only the best to fill the roles of civil service and that only the best and most capable will ascendent to the highest order of the land to serve the country.

    6. EXPOSITORY WRITING Content Building The big question is ...... How do you develope ideas to support you expository essay Like... Main points Quality Content Supporting Ideas

    7. EXPOSITORY WRITING In everyone, there are several ways to process ideas, with you, the knower, being the creator of ideas. Ways Of Knowing We process ideas using 4 ways of knowing at using he areas of knowledge around it 4 ways of knowing: - Emotion - Reason - Perception - Language 8 Areas of Knowledge @adapted from IB curriculum

    8. EXPOSITORY WRITING In everyone, there are several ways to process ideas, with you, the knower, being the creator of ideas. Ways Of Knowing Ways of Knowing - WOK Reason - He came first therefore he wins the price. Emotion - creating ideas based on feelings and not reasoning. Perception - creating ideas based on the use of the 5 senses. Language - creating ideas based on the use of words..eg. 'love', 'hate', 'cool', 'dude' etc. @adapted from IB curriculum

    9. Q.Should the government censor all that is offensive on the internet? (Argumentative Essay) EXPOSITORY WRITING Ways Of Knowing Step 1. Write out all key words in the sentence Censor Government internet Offensive @adapted from IB curriculum 2. Process each word using ways of knowing (WOK) and Areas of Knowledge (AOK)

    10. EXPOSITORY WRITING Q.Should the government censor all that is offensive on the internet? (Argumentative Essay) Ways Of Knowing Government Reason as a WOK - Should be good to protect. Ethics as an AOK Perception as a WOK - Some governments are irresponsible. Ethics as an AOK Censor Emotion as a WOK - Artistic expression Perception as a WOK - People in charge of Censorship are unreasonable The Arts as an AOK @adapted from IB curriculum Ethics or History as an AOK Q. Based on the ideas generated above, you can now write an expository essay of the argumentative kind.