Writing to Inform

Writing that reports information to others can vary greatly in content and format. Many learning experiences culminate in expository or informative writing activities. Students must have opportunities to read a variety of resources and printed materials for information. During writing, students can apply their knowledge of the structures and formats of these materials to organize and convey information.


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Assessment

What Students Learn about Language

Adaptations and Applications

(Saskatchewan Education English Language Arts, June 1992)