Features of Expository Writing-Descriptive
Expository Writing- Descriptive
- It has four forms:
o It may sound like poetry.
o It uses figurative language.
o It appeals to the senses.
o It shares facts, not opinions.
o It describes objects and processes clearly.
o It uses content vocabulary/words that fit the topic.
o It describes a sequence of events.
o It uses action verbs and descriptive phrases to paint a scene and convey emotion.
o It tells about one event or situation that really happened.
o It describes things as they really happened so that the reader can understand.
o It uses colorful but specific language.
- All forms have a topic sentence, body, and conclusion.
- The voice, tone, and mood of each piece changes to match the audience and the purpose for writing.