Outlines are extremely helpful to students to organize their thoughts and ideas for expository writing. Students with a logical learning style will appreciate the use of an outline because it is systematic, which is something that they value. Students with a spatial learning style will also appreciate the use of an expository writing outline because they will be able to see their content in the expository writing in a different way. This can also help students diagnosed with ADHD because the outline will prompt them and refocus their efforts much more quickly. Students with learning disabilities may get overwhelmed by the task of writing an expository essay or a DBQ essay. An expository writing outline can be separated into paragraph sections, making writing a much more reasonable task.
Expository writingis writing to show knowledge of a subject. It is commonly used. If you have ever read a how to article or an article in a magazine that explains a piece of content, you have read expository writing. Expository writing is used in most professional environments so it is very important, and I think the most important, type of writing for students to learn. Here are some forms of expository writing that a teacher can assign in a classroom environment.