MARCH - Expository Writing - Unit 2

Everything You Need to Know to Write an Explanatory Essay

This month we will be exploring the writing style of EXPLANATORY ESSAYS. Remember that root word - EXPLAIN - and all will be fine. Specifically, we will be creating a comparison and contrast assignment. What are the differences between acrylic paintings and water colors? We will learn how to effectively EXPLAIN why these are different. Of course, many topics will be made available. The thing is, commonly, students want to create an opinion paper out of their explanatory essays, but that would be incorrect content. So, come along with us and learn what makes an explanatory essay special and unique.

Your Instructor

Melissa Webb
Melissa Webb

My Passion

  • Getting kids enthused to write their next assignment!

My Qualifications

  • Credentialed Teacher
  • Homeschool Mom
  • Educational Facilitator
  • Writing Instructor

My Services

  • Online Connections and Instruction
  • Lesson Plans and Assignments
  • Community of Parents and Students
  • Feedback and Encouragment

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
Our Parent Webinar will be held on Friday, March 1st. The course is open at that time. This way parents can begin to organize the month's lessons. Students should be prepared to begin the course on Monday, March 4th.
How long do I have access to the course?
All the courses you purchase will be kept available to you for an entire school year. This allows you to do a course twice if you like! During the first course involvement, your child may opt for a Level I practice. However, why not try it again and practice Level II during the summer and keep those writing skills sharp.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.

Thank you for visiting. For more support and resources, be sure to find me at WRITE ON! WEBB.

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