Expository Conclusions Anchor Chart

This is an excellent anchor chart to be used when teaching how to create conclusions in expository writing. Students can look back on this chart when it comes time for their own writing.

I have created a 30 page activstudio writing flipchart on expository writing! There are sample introduction paragraphs, sample conclusion paragraph... @Jess Liu Stroh

Expository Intros, Conclusions, Main Idea Words, ETC

I have created a 37 page activstudio writing flipchart on expository writing! There are sample introduction paragraphs, sample conclusion paragraphs, main idea umbrella words, anecdote starters, etc. I have also included sample anecdotes!

Anchor chart for introducing good conclusions for expository writing. Helps to avoid, "And now you know all about dogs." Buzzing with Ms. B

Anchor chart for introducing good conclusions for expository writing. Helps to avoid, "And now you know all about dogs.

Writing Good Conclusions: And now you know all about dogs. I hope you liked my story.

Buzzing with Ms. B: Writing Good Conclusions: And now you know all about dogs. I hope you liked my story.

Hooks, Transitions, Conclusions. What is Expository Writing? Provides an explanation of a specific topic. Gives facts, reasons, explanations, or examples.

Hooks, Transitions, Conclusions. What is Expository Writing? Provides an explanation of a specific topic. Gives facts, reasons, explanations, or examples.

Some people found it difficult in class to write a conclusion for their research paper. Mrs. Lewis contributed into giving us easy steps that would make us understand in a clearer manner on how to write a conclusion without any difficulties. This summarizes it all on what to do, what to avoid, and words that can help build up a strong conclusion.

Some people find it difficult to write a conclusion for their paper. This summarizes what to do, what to avoid, and words that can help build up a strong conclusion.

When writing informational texts, students need to know how to introduce a topic and how to write a concluding statement that supports the information presented in the writing. This handout is useful as a mini-lesson for that purpose. It outlines 7 ways that students can write introductions that grab the reader's attention and 5 ways they can write conclusions without resorting to tired and boring methods. Examples are given for each method, an "Avoid at all costs" suggestions, as well as…

When writing informational texts, students need to know how to introduce a topic and how to write a concluding statement that supports the information presented in the writing.

Conclusions are like Dessert: a FREE writing lesson

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Conclusions can be tough to write, but they are so critical to an essay: the equivalent of a dessert after a meal, leaving a final impression on the reader. This lesson introduces students to conclusion paragraphs through a relatable metaphor

Drawing conclusions for 24 Total Questions! 12 Task Cards with questions that ask students to draw conclusions (make inferences) and support the conclusion with text details and evidence. Wording directly aligned with STAAR Reading Test and other state tests. The 12 task cards are all challenging expository texts each with two questions.

Drawing Conclusions Task Cards 313

Drawing conclusions for 24 Total Questions! 12 Task Cards with questions that ask students to draw conclusions (make inferences) and support the conclusion

Great anchor chart for writing conclusions in expository writing

Buzzing with Ms. B: Writing Good Conclusions: And now you know all about dogs. I hope you liked my story.

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