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  • Using Expository Text in the Secondary Classroom

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    Expository text is the most common form of text used in most secondary classrooms. It is most often in the form of a text book. They are designed to explain and educate others about a certain subject. The authors of the book research information and write logical facts about a given subject. The facts include cause and effect, lists, problems and solutions, sequence of events, and descriptions (Expository Text Structures, n.d.). Most school systems provide expository texts to be used in the classroom

  • The Structural Elements Of Teaching Expository Text

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    Expository text can be very challenging to young readers, because of the new concepts and new vocabulary. These texts have some structural elements that help guide students through the reading. The ability to identify and analyze these elements in expository texts help students to understand texts more easily and remember it longer. Teaching expository text structure can be difficult and the article gives some good examples on how to achieve it. Being able to read and comprehend is an essential

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    Philosophy Paper: Expository and Analytical on Laura Purdy Expository: In Laura Purdy’s account of Genetics and Reproductive Risks: Can Having Children Be Immoral?, Purdy’s claim is that conception of a child is immoral when there is reasonable concern of a genetic disorder and if prenatal screening is not done to see how likely it is for your child to obtain that disease, then it is wrong. Purdy thinks it is immoral to reproduce when we are at high risk of transmitting a disease or defect and she

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    Expository Teen drug abuse is an increasing epidemic that not only the community, but the world is facing. It is affecting more communities with each passing day. Parents are becoming increasingly fearful that one day they may have to face the fact that their child decided to try the one thing they preached against. There have been many attempts to eliminate this dilemma, but at most the solutions only work for a short span of time. Yet there hasn’t been an alternative to the many existing “solutions”

  • Expository

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    Would you want to be black in a time where you had no voting rights or rights as an American citizen? The Selma to Montgomery March, led by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in March 25 1965, was a major event in the African-American community. During and in the creation of this march, blacks and Civil RIghts activist fought for African-Americans’ voting rights. Even though they were abused and some were killed, they stilled continued to do what they believed was right. The march was from Selma, Alabama

  • Expository Writing

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    Expository Writing I really don't have any idea on where to start this paper, where it should go, and how it should end. It seems that I'm having a slight problem grasping the idea of expository writing. It's like when you were a kid trying to make it all the way across the monkey bars. You want to be able to reach that next rung and you try very hard, but somehow you just can't reach it. I seem to be having that problem. Right now, as I write, I'm not exactly sure I'm reaching the goal of this

  • The Pro's and Con's of Student Preaching

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    The main factor is we must learn to understand the basic principles of Expository, Topical and Textual preaching. It will serve as a safety net for any student preacher to follow. This safety net will help them become fisher of men to reach their congregation, the lost and the world as well as to become builders in the Kingdom of God. The Difference between Expository, Topical and Textual Preaching The difference between Expository, Topical and Textual preaching is very easy to understand once you see

  • My Needs Of Reading: My Passion For Reading

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    Reading is an amazing activity that can transport you to various worlds and eras. I can recall being asked many times to put down the book I was reading and pay attention to class or losing sleep to finish the next chapter. While it certainly helps to be able to pronounce and understand what you are reading, I believe that the most important thing a good reader needs is curiosity. It can be easy to lose yourself in a book you are curious about if can catch your attention. A lot of readers hear about

  • expository essay

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    Look around you, what do u see. Look past the walls in your home, the computer your typing on, the TV you’re watching. What I am asking you to look at is much bigger than what you can see it is more of what you do not see. All of these electronics, houses, cars almost everything being used in our daily lives is something that was a part of people coming together to achieve something. This is the reason why I like working with other people as a part of a team. Teamwork is more of an empowered way

  • Expository on Love

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    Love! Not For Everyone Poets and philosophers for centuries have been trying to answer the question, what is love? Love has an infinite number of definitions, which vary from one person to another. Love cannot be measured by any physical means. One may never know what true love is until love it- self has been experienced. What is love? A four letter word that causes a person to behave in a way that is out of character. What is love? A first kiss, childhood crushes on a teacher or friend’s mom