Reflection: Real World Applications Spooky Expository Essays - Section 2: Work Time: Part One


In choosing these texts, I really wanted to engage the kids because it was Halloween, but I also wanted to get the skill across. This video talks a little about how that went.

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Spooky Expository Essays

Unit 3: Exposition and Expository Writing
Lesson 3 of 10

Objective: SWBAT: analyze mentor texts to learn structure of an expository essay.

Big Idea: For this lesson, I was trying to incorporate Halloween into my unit on expository writing--what followed was this lesson on spooky essays.

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English / Language Arts, Expository Writing, halloween, Text sets, narrative, exemplars
  50 minutes
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