Reflection: Real World Applications Exposition and a Field Trip - Section 3: Work Time


Here is one of my students talking about how this lesson has helped her in her understanding of exposition. I love how she keeps saying, "I get to..." or "I got to...":

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Exposition and a Field Trip

Unit 3: Exposition and Expository Writing
Lesson 1 of 10

Objective: SWBAT: use exposition techniques to create a brochure about a field trip.

Big Idea: A great reflection to a field trip out of my content area--if I'm going to lose a day of instruction on a Science field trip, I'm going to have them "Expose" it!

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English / Language Arts, Expository Writing, text features, exposition, brochure, field trip, narrative, exemplars
  50 minutes
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