Ch 33: Expository Writing Strategies

About This Chapter

Use this chapter's lessons to make the distinction between expository text and the narrative text that is found in fictitious works. You'll find plenty of examples and definitions that can strengthen your grasp of expository writing strategies.

Expository Writing Strategies - Chapter Summary

Composed of video and text lessons, this chapter on expository writing strategies can expand your knowledge of the kind of writing that seeks to illuminate. For example, you'll learn about sources of expository writing that include encyclopedias, magazines, instructional manuals and textbooks. As you study, you can determine what sets this kind of writing apart from fiction. The material in this chapter could guide you in:

  • Providing examples of expository writing and expository text
  • Describing the characteristics of expository essays
  • Learning the importance of supporting details
  • Supporting strong arguments with sufficient evidence

You'll have unlimited access to the lessons, which are generally less than ten minutes long. If you questions about expository writing strategies, you can submit them to the expert instructors. The online videos can be paused or you can rewind them. Video tags highlight the lessons' main points, and the written transcripts reflect the instructional videos verbatim.

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