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4 Types of writing

narrative, expository, persuasive, expository

QuestionAnswer
Narrative Writing that tells a story
Expository Writing that explains or informs
Persuasive Writing that changes the reader's opinion
Descriptive Writing that describes a person, place, or thing
to inform to provide facts
to persuade to give your opinion
to entertain to tell a humorous story
timeline list events in order from beginning to end
web series of connected circles where the center circle is the main idea and the connected circles are sub topics and details
venn diagram two interlocking circles, the overlapping circles are the similarities and the outside circles are the differences
outline organizational method using Roman numerals, numbers, and lowercase letters
t-chart a giant 't' used to divide pros and cons on each half of the page
Created by: wrw0601