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week 2 assignment COM150

week 2 assignment COM150 - readers like when things are...

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Running head: EXPOSITONARY ESSAY 1 E xpository  essay Kelli Lorenc COM/150 February 7, 2011 Nanda Tewari
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EXPOSITONARY ESSAY 2 E xpository  essay “How to Clean Fish” the author of this essay used the informative process and this is because it best suites an essay that explains step by step on how you are supposed to do something. This organizational choice makes this essay most effective because it breaks down the process that one will use to “clean a fish”. The author could have used the “topic” to develop this expository essay she/he could have put it in order from most important to least important and turned it into a manual.” “The Art of Cookery” is a topic expository essay I think the author choose this type of organization because it give the reader information in the most logical fashion. The author could have used the informative process to make this a “How to” expository essay because, some
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Unformatted text preview: readers like when things are broken down to them in the simplest form. The “Topic” makes this essay, an effective choice because it offers an easy way to be successful when guest are in your home. If the author would have used the informative processes she/or he could have given the reader a “step-by-step” on how to provide a better stay for their guests. These essay are similar “Uses evidence, examples, or facts to explain a concept or to inform about a topic with a thesis as its base; the information must be presented fairly and in a nonbiased manner” they are each different because they were each developed in different ways one was developed using the “informative process” and the other was developed using the “topic process”...
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