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Descriptive Writing 4th Grade- Mrs. Green

Expository Writing4th Grade- Mrs. GreenHow to complete an expository writing!

Expository WritingPROMPT: In science, we are learning about different types of plants and how important they are to the world around us. If you could magically be turned into any plant, what plant would you be. Remember, you can choose any kind of plant, tree, flower, fruit, or vegetable. Give reasons to explain your answer. At least one of your reasons must be based on scientific fact.

Expository Writing Think about what the prompt is asking youWhat plant would you want to become? Your plant is the topic of your writing.The topic of your writing is your rectangle

Expository Writing What type of plant would you want to become?

ROSEExpository Writing The next step in completing your outline is to complete your triangles.

Your triangles are the 3 different reasons you choose that plant.

Be sure to always begin triangle paragraphs with transition words such as first, second, third, next, another, final, lastExpository Writing If you could magically be turned into any plant, what plant would you be. Remember, you can choose any kind of plant, tree, flower, fruit, or vegetable. Give reasons to explain your answer. At least one of your reasons must be based on scientific fact. Give reasons to explain your answer.

Comes in many colors associated with loveMakes its own foodExpository Writing The next step in completing your outline is to complete your circles.

1st Circle- example; 2nd Circle-MOPSI example; 3rd Circle- What difference does it make?

Expository WritingThe first set of circles must only be about the triangle they are located under.

Makes its own foodphotosynthesisM* rose is its own cafeteriaDoesnt have to rely on others to liveExpository WritingAssociated with love Valentines DayS* Rose is like love that grows from natureOnly brings happy thoughts to othersExpository WritingComes in Many colors yellow-friendship, pink-like, red-love *Ogetting a rose of any color-heart pitter pattersThey can be used for any type of celebrationGood writers always begin their writing with a well organized outline!

Abracadabra!!!!

Expository Writing: Introduction1st Sentence: HookIf you could be magically turned into any plant, which one would you become?2nd Sentence: Statement or answer to the Hook using your topic (rectangle)Without a doubt, I would want to be turned into a vibrantly red rose.3rd Sentence: Sentence about your topic (include your 3 triangles : reasons)A rose is the plant I would want to become because it makes its own food, is associated with love, and is available in many different colors.4th Sentence:MOPSI sentence about the topic (rectangle)A blossoming rose is as uplifting as the first ray of sunshine after a stormy day.5th Sentence: Effect--- After you read my explanation, After you read my explanation, you will think the rose is the plant ever!

Expository Writing: Introduction (1st Paragraph)If you could be magically turned into any plant, which one would you become?Without a doubt, I would want to be turned into a vibrantly red rose. A rose is the plant I would want to become because it makes its own food, is associated with love, and is available in many different colors. A blossoming rose is as uplifting as the first ray of sunshine after a stormy day. After you read my explanation, you will think the rose is the plant ever!

Expository Writing: 1st Triangle1st Sentence: Should be your reason, and should start with One reason or The first reasonOne reason I would want to be a rose is because it can make its own food.2nd Sentence: Circle-example For example, it uses photosynthesis to turn water, carbon dioxide, and sunlight into a sugary food to satisfy its appetite.3rd Sentence: Circle-MOPSI exampleBeing a rose would be so convenient because it is a cafeteria that never closes.4th Sentence: Circle- What difference does it make?By making its own food, the rose never has to rely on anyone else to keep it alive.

Expository Writing: 1st Triangle Paragraph (2nd Paragraph)One reason I would want to be a rose is because it can make its own food.For example, it uses photosynthesis to turn water, carbon dioxide, and sunlight into a sugary food to satisfy its appetite. Being a rose would be so convenient because it is a cafeteria that never closes. By making its own food, the rose never has to rely on anyone else to keep it alive.

Expository Writing: 2nd Triangle1st Sentence: Should be your reason, and should start with Another reason or The next reasonAnother reason I would want to be turned into a rose is because it is the most popular flower associated with love.2nd Sentence: Circle-example For example, on Valentines Day, most men send their wives or girlfriends roses to display their love.3rd Sentence: Circle-MOPSI exampleIt makes sense to give a rose, because a rose is like love that grows from nature.4th Sentence: Circle- What difference does it make?Just the sight of this marvelous flower brings happy thoughts to anyone that receives it.

Expository Writing: 2nd Triangle Paragraph (3rd Paragraph)Another reason I would want to be turned into a rose is because it is the most popular flower associated with love. For example, on Valentines Day, most men send their wives or girlfriends roses to display their love. It makes sense to give a rose, because a rose is like love that grows from nature.Just the sight of this marvelous flower brings happy thoughts to anyone that receives it.

Expository Writing: 3rd Triangle1st Sentence: Should be your reason, and should start with The final reason or The last reasonThe final reason I want to be a rose is because they come in many shades of beautiful colors that represent different emotions.2nd Sentence: Circle-example For example, a yellow rose represents friendship, a pink rose represents being fond of someone, and a red rose represents love.

3rd Sentence: Circle-MOPSI exampleReceiving a rose of any color would make anyones heart pitter patter!4th Sentence: Circle- What difference does it make?Because they come in a variety of colors and sizes, roses can be used in any celebration or event.

Expository Writing: 3rd Triangle Paragraph (4th Paragraph)The final reason I want to be a rose is because they come in many shades of beautiful colors that represent different emotions. For example, a yellow rose represents friendship, a pink rose represents being fond of someone, and a red rose represents love. Receiving a rose of any color would make anyones heart pitter patter! Because they come in a variety of colors and sizes, roses can be used in any celebration or event.

Expository Writing: Conclusion1st Sentence: Write a statement about the topicThinking of myself as a rose brings a smile to my face!2nd Sentence: List the 3 triangles (reasons)I would want to be a rose because it can make its own food, is associated with love, and comes in a variety of colors and sizes.3rd Sentence: EffectNow that you have read my explanation, I am sure that you would agree that this flower is extravagant with a capital E.4th Sentence: Another statement about the topic to bring it to a closeBeware of my thorns, beauty must be protected at all times!

Expository Writing: Conclusion(5th Paragraph) Thinking of myself as a rose brings a smile to my face! I would want to be a rose because it can make its own food, is associated with love, and comes in a variety of colors and sizes. Now that you have read my explanation, I am sure that you would agree that this flower is extravagant with a capital E. Beware of my thorns, beauty must be protected at all times!

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