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Expository Exemplars

Unit 3: Exposition and Expository Writing
Lesson 7 of 10

Objective: SWBAT read and analyze Exemplar Expository Essays and begin brainstorming for their own.

Big Idea: By looking at successful and unsuccessful essays, students will be able to align their understanding of what an Expository Essay is supposed to look like.

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English / Language Arts, Expository Writing, exposition, narrative, exemplars
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