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  • 1. GROUP III SISRI PURNAMA SARI YUSIANA MARTASIA HILDA HANDAYANI SYARUL RAMADHANI FITRIANI
  • 2. The expository essay is a genre of essay that requires the student to investigate an idea, evaluate evidence, expound on the idea, and set forth an argument concerning that idea in a clear and concise manner. This can be accomplished through comparison and contrast, definition, example, the analysis of cause and effect, etc.
  • 3. Expository essay has two parts :
  • 4. Expository Texts include: text books,  non-fiction trade (library) books,  newspaper & magazine articles,  directions,  essays,  speeches,  user manuals (how-to guides),  government document. Such as the driver’s license test booklet
  • 5. The author lists characteristics, features, and examples to describe a subject. Clue words for description include for example & characteristics
  • 6. TYPE OF EXPOSITORY ESSAY
  • 7. Comparison The author explains how two or more things are alike and/or how they are different. A comparison essay usually discusses the similarities between two things, while the contrast essay discusses the differences.
  • 8. Sequence or Process The author lists items or events in numerical or chronological order.
  • 9. Expository Writing Purposes Gives Facts  Informs  Gives Steps in a Process.  Presents Ideas in logical order or correct sequence.
  • 10. Examples of Expository Writing Giving Facts and Informing  News Articles  Non-Fiction Books  Graphs and Charts  Text books  Classroom notes  Comparing and Contrasting  Most letters