History,RESEARCHED EXPOSITORY WRITING “Expository” is an umbrella term for many types of college level writing, including responding to, evaluating and synthesizing. It means to inform or explain. It often takes the form of writing about some other writin

Researched expository writing. ESSAY TWO (100): RESEARCHED EXPOSITORY WRITING “Expository” is an umbrella term for many types of college level writing, including responding to, evaluating and synthesizing. It means to inform or explain. It often takes the form of writing about some other writing. It sometimes takes the form of “how to” writing like how and why Twitter is useful or how to avoid heatstroke. You could also think of expository writing as a comparison (facebook vs. twitter), cause and effect (how chemo affects a patient’s brain), problem/solution (how schools should prepare for active shooters) or an extended definition (for example, you could define “happiness” or “love” or “rape”). However, our goal is to pick a topic we have been reading about in The Best American Essays and explain how and why it is significant to you (the writer) and why it should be significant to me (the reader). You should include at least two outside sources (an essay from our text + the book you have been reading or an essay from our book + an article from a database) or any combination as long as you are working with three sources.

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