Expository essays provide information and analysis. An expository essay may or may not have an overt central argument, though it does set forth points of view on the topic. It differs from the persuasive research paper in the level of research and argument it employs. While an expository essay should be focused on a particular topic and illustrate its points with specific examples, it doesn’t usually have the depth of research or argument that you need in a major research assignment. With an exam or a standardized test, for instance, the examples you use to support your points will be based on the knowledge already inside your head.
Point by Point
Expository text is a type of
where the purpose is to
the author's subject to the reader.
Compare and Contrast is a
- one way writer's
organize the information
in compare and contrast essays-
point by point
Point by Point Method
Point by point is a comparison of
one point of a topic
a point of the other topic
(education in China vs.
Exposition is explanatory communication, whether in speech or writing
Exposition is explanatory communication, whether in speech or writing. So an expository essay is an organized piece of prose which explains a specific topic or set of ideas to a defined audience. Expository essays include those written for exams or for standardized tests like the SAT. They may also be assignments composed outside of class.