Expository Paragraph• You give information.• You explain a subject, give directions, or show how something happens.• In expository writing, linking words like first, second, then, and finally are usually used to help readers follow the ideas
Expository Paragraph• This paragraph, like the others, organizes itself around three parts.• A topic sentence allows the reader to understand what you are writing about.• The middle part of the paragraph contains sentences that follow one another in a logical sequence of steps.• The final sentence closes your subject with an emphasis on the final product or process desired by the topic.
Example : Process Chocolate cake with vanilla/almond frosting provides atasty treat for any occasion. Follow the directions for makingany flavor of chocolate cake. While the cake bakes in the oven,prepare a box of vanilla frosting mix added with roasted andbuttered almond slivers. Evenly coated in melted butter thealmond slivers toast in a hot skillt for approximately tenminutes. Thoroughly toast the slivers without turning themcrispy. Cool the toasted almonds and set aside a handful forthe final touch. Fold the almonds into the vanilla frosting, andafter covering the cake, sprinkle a handful of toasted almondson the top. After serving this desert to your guests thenygenerally ask for the receipe of your chocolate/vanilla/almondcake. Now you have the opportunity to smile and...
Example: Concept Integrity, the word evokes the wonder of whetheror not our society deserves its value. With constantwhining about ones "rights" there exists the denial ofpersonal responsibility and the accompanying lowering ofpersonal worth. Where, then, are the individuals who willstand up to the demands of family unity, a strong workethic, and a wholesome participation in the societalframework? These very demanding environments cry outfor mature behavior in everyone, youth as well as adults.It is when each individual accepts responsibility fortruth, honesty, and a job-well-done that integrity, onceagain, emerges as a pillar of our national pride.