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CSET Multisubject

Language and Literature

Principles of Composition Paragraphing, transitional phrases, context
Narrative A work that tells a story, usually in roughly chronological order. Can be fiction or non-fiction; story-telling style.
Interpretive Writing that explains, explores, or considers the significance of an event, a work of art, and so on. Requires the writer tho think critically. Research papers, critiques, summaries, and analyses
Descriptive Describes a person, place, or thing in such a way that the reader has a vivid impression the written work; includes emotion, even, or location. Uses evocative imagery and phrasing engages all of the sense.
Persuasive Taking a stand on an issue and convincing the reader of the plausibility or correctness of that stand. Appeals to logic and reason. Arguments, biases, opinions studies, counterclaim and reasoning.
Expository A mode of writing in which the purpose is to inform, explain, clarify, describe, or defines a subject to the reader. Exposes information.