Reflection: Student Ownership A Summative Expository Essay - Section 2: A Summative Expository Essay


Writing a fully developed essay is challenging, so it's important to offer as much support as possible to our learning writers. Choice is one way I offer support; choice leads to student ownership of work, and student ownership leads to engagement. If an essay matters, students are more likely to put forth good effort. Learning improves.

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A Summative Expository Essay

Unit 9: Expository Writing
Lesson 19 of 21

Objective: SWBAT produce a polished expository essay by revising earlier written work.

Big Idea: Polish to perfection--writing the summative expository essay.

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