Take a look at these types of essays and remind yourself of what the rules are for each.
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If you’re a high school teacher, there’s a good chance that you teach students the standard five-paragraph expository essay.
And there’s also a good chance that you don’t have much positive to say about the essay or the process.
Similarly, while some students may be more inclined to write an essay when given set rules, these very rules may cause others to do a shoddy job and feel disinclined to write in the future.
Along these lines, relaxing the rules can be one of the best ways to insure greater creativity and avoid suspect motivators.
Both of these approaches use the “expository essay” more for its structure than its content.
You may have explained the expository essay to your students using the funnel analogy: you begin the essay at the funnel’s wide brim, narrow down (ie funnel) your focus into the body paragraphs, and then widen your argument once again upon reaching the conclusion.