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Composition Writing Prompts

Instructor: David Wood

David has taught Honors Physics, AP Physics, IB Physics and general science courses. He has a Masters in Education, and a Bachelors in Physics.

To help students practice their composition writing, it is important for you to give them plenty of practice. This lesson includes some composition writing prompts that you can use in your classroom.

Composition Writing Prompts

Composition writing is a matter of practice, and we all need a lot of it to reach mastery. Since we need so much practice, it follows that we need a lot of ideas for prompts and topics to write about. In this lesson, we are simply going to provide a long list of composition writing prompts for you to choose from. They'll be separated into two categories: exposition writing and persuasive writing.

Exposition Writing

Exposition is basically a description or explanation of some topic, idea, or theory. It's a piece of writing that explains something or provides information. Here are some exposition writing prompts.

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