expository

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Serving to explain, explicate, or elucidate; expositive; of or relating to exposition

Practicing expository writing will teach you to explain complex concepts clearly.

pertaining to a formal presentation
Pertaining to, or containing, exposition; serving to explain; explanatory; illustrative; exegetical
informative writing (e g explaining a process, defining a term, comparing and contrasting)
serving to expound or set fourth; "clean expository writing"
A style of writing whose primary purpose is persuasion through the logical presentation of evidence and arguments The essay and research paper are examples of expository writing
serving to expound or set fourth; "clean expository writing
explanatory, interpretive
Factual, objective reporting in written or spoken form; can also be in display form such as blueprints or charts
expository writing
Expository writing is a mode of writing in which the purpose of the author is to inform, explain, describe, or define his or her subject to the reader. Expository text is meant to ‘expose’ information and is the most frequently used type of writing by students in colleges and universities. A well-written exposition remains focused on its topic and provides facts in order to inform its reader. It should be unbiased, accurate, and use a scholarly third person tone. Examples of expository writing can be found in magazine and newspaper articles, non-fiction books, travel brochures, business reports, memorandums, professional journal, oral presentations and encyclopedia articles and many other types of informative writing. One of the most familiar and basic forms of expository writing is the five-paragraph essay, which features an introduction with a clear thesis statement, three main body paragraphs and a conclusion
expository writing
ENG 111, SECTION 82 Fall 2002 Instructor: Joe Alvarez Glossary of Terms
expository writing
telling ideas with facts and examples interjection word used to express strong emotion
expository writing
The systematic explanation of an event or its model or representation Expository writing is most concerned with the mixture of facts and theory Writing without theory is blind Writing without facts is empty