An expository essay is an essay where the author investigates a topic by evaluating the evidence and expounding on the idea to come up with arguments to help in explaining, describing and providing information to a reader about the topic in a clear and concise manner. The author must do deep research to provide readers with the right information.
This is where you select a topic for your essay if you don’t have any and come up with a thesis statement. Do research for your essay to create an outline. Select a topic that you can easily research on and that you have an interest on. Once you have decided on the topic, it’s time to research. Ensure you do enough research no matter how much you think you know about the topic to learn more and get a reference for your work.
Once you have a thesis and an outline, start writing your essay. Make a draft for each paragraph as you refer to your thesis statement to ensure no point is missed. Introduce what each paragraph will discuss with a topic sentence. Develop an idea for each paragraph and present the evidence.
This stage involves reviewing your draft and reorganizing it to ensure it looks and sounds good. When revising your essay, ensure it has facts and not biased information that has been passed logically and clearly. Ensure all your sentences are clear and your choice of words is precise.
This is the final stage in essay writing. Read your essay to check for grammar and spelling mistakes. Ensure your essay is clear and engaging for your readers to read it to the end. You can request a friend to read it to help you check for mistakes. You can also request for professional editing help to ensure your essay is error-free.