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Microsoft Word - Expository Paragraph Example

Microsoft Word - Expository Paragraph Example

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Expository Paragraph ExampleExpository Paragraph ExampleExpository Paragraph ExampleExpository Paragraph Example
Outdoor Education remains my favorite field trip of all time due toall of the memorable activities we experienced. For instance, I wasable to touch and hold a wide variety of animals that I had never seenuntil I visited their science center. One animal was a blue tongue skink that reminded me of leather because it was dry and smooth. Thechinchilla was also smooth, yet its fur was also the softest that I hadever felt. This goes to show that one can find similarities in unusualplaces. I would have never guessed that a reptile and a mammalwould have anything in common, but their bodies were pleasing to the touch in different ways! In addition, I also was able to scale to greatheights when I visited the high ropes course deep in the forest. Once Ihad my safety harness and helmet, I surged upward on ladders andnets. The nets were not as challenging as the balance beam which turned out to be my favorite because of the patience anddetermination that were needed. I realize now that even somethingdifficult can be fun. I hope to use this thought in other areas of my lifebecause now I might achieve even more than before. Finally, I loved splashing around Lake Peters in the canoe with my partner. Thedirection on how to hold the paddle and how to steer were not thathard, but actually doing it on the lake was difficult. It became lessdifficult with the help of my partner because we had to work together to be successful. This means that two heads are better than one! Sometimes we depend on others to reach our goals. I have learnedfrom this trip that there are many opportunities out there for us toexperience and that we should take advantage of them to create life-long memories. 
 
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utdoor Education remains my favorite field trip of all time due toall of the memorable activities we experienced. For instance, I wasable to touch and hold a wide variety of animals that I had never seenuntil I visited their science center. One animal was a blue tongue skink that reminded me of leather because it was dry and smooth. Thechinchilla was also smooth, yet its fur was also the softest that I hadever felt. This goes to show that one can find similarities in unusualplaces. I would have never guessed that a reptile and a mammalwould have anything in common, but their bodies were pleasing to the touch in different ways! In addition, I also was able to scale to greatheights when I visited the high ropes course deep in the forest. Once Ihad my safety harness and helmet, I surged upward on ladders andnets. The nets were not as challenging as the balance beam which turned out to be my favorite because of the patience anddetermination that were needed. I realize now that even somethingdifficult can be fun. I hope to use this thought in other areas of my lifebecause now I might achieve even more than before. Finally, I loved splashing around Lake Peters in the canoe with my partner. T
 
hedirection on how to hold the paddle and how to steer were not thathard, but actually doing it on the lake was difficult. It became lessdifficult with the help of my partner because we had to work together to be successful. This means that two heads are better than one! Sometimes we depend on others to reach our goals. I have learnedfrom this trip that there are many opportunities out there for us toexperience and that we should take advantage of them to create life-long memories. 
Comment [CT1]:
Focus Statement.All the ideas that follow should berelevant to this.
Comment [CT2]:
Interpretation. Thewriter’s thoughts are balanced in amountwith “facts.”
Comment [CT3]:
The supportingdetails are specific ideas that build off of each other.
Comment [CT4]:
The concludingsentence is an extension. It is a finalthought about the importance of all theideas together.

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