Types of Writing English 10, 2016-17 What are the characteristics of this writing type? ARGUMENTATIVE EXPOSITORY What are the characteristics of this writing type? EXPOSITORY Facts/Details/Events Background Info/Context Authors Perspective Narration/Explanation
Elaboration for the purpose of clarification and conveying meaning/info Organized in a useful way (will change depending on the type of expository/informational writing) Objective (unbiased) Can include visuals (charts, lists, etc.) ARGUMENTATIVE Facts/Events/Examples = Evidence Background on position or the argument Your claim
Addressing a counterclaim (followed with a rebuttal) Explanation/Elaboration For the purpose of persuasion and convincing Organized in way so that it enhanced the claim/argument being made Subjective (has opinion/bias) Difference between Persuasive and Argumentative? Students are used to aggressively convincing a reader to take their side in persuasive writing.
However, argumentative writing is much more balanced. It requires the development of both sides of an issue, offering several claims for one side while acknowledging that there are valid counterclaims from the opposition. Argumentative writing is about giving the reader another perspective to consider on a debatable topic and proving why that position is the superior choice. Argument Essay Outline Strategies Practice Pick your favorite movie and write an argument about why it is a great movie. Use the outline below.
Major/Central Claim Paragraph 2 Prargraph 3 Supporting Claim 1 (Topic of 2) Supporting Claim 2 (Topic of 3)
Evidence and Explanation Evidence and Explanation Paragraph 4 Paragraph 5 Counterclaim Supporting Claim 3
(Topic of 5) Rebuttal Evidence and Explanation Thesis or claim Supporting claim 1 I. II. I.
Evidence + Elaboration Supporting claim 2 III. I. Evidence + Elaboration Supporting claim 3 IV. I.
Evidence + Elaboration Counterclaim V. I. VI. Refuting/Rebuttal Conclusion Write to the board of a charitable
committee and convince them to donate money to the charity of your choice. Use the organizer of your choice Informative Essay Outline Strategies Practice Explain the major differences between Junior High and High School Thesis- Explaining the major differences between the two.
Paragraph 1 First major area of difference How it is in Junior High How it is in high school Paragraph 2 Second Major difference How it is in Junior
High How it is in High School What are the major effects of good and bad study habits? Paragraph 2 Good Habit 2 Effects: Paragraph 1 Good Habit 1 Effects:
Thesis that addresses effects Of Study Habits Paragraph 3 Bad Habit 1 Effects: Paragraph 4 Bad Habit 2 Effects: Explain why bad air is a problem in Utah and what are possible actions that could be taken to solve the problem.
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