You want to get credit for the hard work you did. About the Author, a lifetime resident of New York, Christi O'Donnell has been writing about education since 2003. O'Donnell is a dual-certified educator with experience writing curriculum and teaching grades preK through 12.
These all new expository writing prompts for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade students are. Choose your favorite book and explain what elements made it a good book. She holds a Bachelors Degree from Sarah Lawrence College and a Masters Degree in education from Mercy College. Photo Credits, brand X Pictures/Brand X Pictures/Getty Images. Writing Scored Student Work - Grade 3. Directions: To view examples of student papers (with Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF Document ). Expository, Student. Conclusions often start with phrases like "in conclusion "as you can see "finally" or "in the end.". Proofread Your Work, if you wrote your essay on paper, reread it and look for spelling, punctuation and capital letter mistakes. Writing an expository essay in third grade is a lot like making a sandwich. Just as a good sandwich has three parts - the top bun, fillings and bottom bun - a good expository essay also has three parts: the introduction, details and conclusion. Make the introduction as interesting as possible so that the reader wants to keep reading. A good way to start an introduction is with a question or with an amazing fact.
For example: "Did you know that great white sharks can eat up to 11 tons of food a year? Sharks are amazing and important fish." Add Some Details, once you have hooked the reader's attention, tell him more about your topic.