Fra 6 modes of writing

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Narrative

Tells a clear story

Narrative

Includes charactors that change over time.

Narrative

Includes time and setting

Narrative

Presents a conflict and resolution

Narrative

Surprises, challenges, and/or entertains the reader

Narrative

Books like Harry Potter, TV scrips, Manuscripts

Expository

Informs or explains

Expository

Informs the reader about a topic

Expository

Explains something interesting or curious about a topic

Expository

Focuses on making the topic clear to the reader

Expository

anticipates and answers the readers questions

Expository

includes details tat add information, support key ideas, and help the reader make personal connections

Persuasive

to construct an argument

Persuasive

states a position clearly and sticks with it

Persuasive

offers good, sound reasoning

Persuasive

provides solid facts, opinions, and examples

Persuasive

reveals weakness in other positions

Persuasive

uses voice to add credibility and show confidence

Persuasive

examples are politics, law, and posters

expository

examples are TV News, How to, Biography

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