Expository Writing Checklist Worksheets
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Expository Writing Checklist

Here is an expository writing Checklist to help you write. Expository writing is used to:
describe
inform
explain

Expository writing samples include:
autobiographies
biographies
informational reports
news reports
research reports

The Introductory Paragraph Should:
be catchy and make the reader want to read it
be very clear about the topic
provide good details in the last sentence that lead into the next
paragraph

The body?3 ?5 paragraphs:
each paragraph should focus on one of your key points and should
develop that key point, the final sentence of that key point should lead into the next point which will become your next paragraph
each paragraph will need an introductory sentence, each paragraph needs to stay on topic

The body?3 ?5 paragraphs:
each paragraph should focus on one of your key points
always stay on topic
be sure to use great vocabulary, keep your reader engaged
be sure to back up all of your key points with supporting detail(s)

The Conclusion:
the conclusion is your final paragraph, it is where you re-state your topic
be sure to summarize all of your topics in each paragraph
finish with pizzazz! Leave your reader pleased and satisfied


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