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As described in Unit VI and reinforced in Unit VII, the expository essay is instructional and educational in that the purpose of this essay is to confer information from the author to the reader. There are many different kinds of expository writing that surround us each day. In fact, you have more than likely written in an expository manner before. Any time you have written to a friend and described the process for cooking a favorite dish, explained the process for enrolling in a fantasy football league, or explained how to plan and then execute a quilt, you were writing in an expository manner.

For this journal, briefly introduce the topic of your expository essay. This is not a formal disclosure. Instead, describe what you intend to write about in your Unit VII expository essay. Use the following questions as a guide:

  • What is your topic?
  • How are you approaching it?
  • What do you already know about the topic?
  • What do you want others to know about the topic?
  • What attracted you to this topic?
  • Do you have a personal interest in the topic?
  • What was the inspiration for writing about this topic?
  • What do you want to know about the topic?
  • What kinds of research are you doing already?
  • How do you feel about the drafting process so far?

You certainly should not feel as though you need to answer all of the questions above. Instead, in your description, picture your course mates as your audience. Imagine that we are all sitting in a classroom together, and the instructor has the class to go around the room and describe their projects.

Your response should be at least 200 words. No references or citations are necessary.



Expository Essay Draft

Write a 1000-1500-word essay about a topic of your choice in the style described within Unit VI and VII.

Purpose: Throughout Units VI and VII, we have discussed the conventions of the expository essay. The purpose of this assignment is to measure your mastery of those conventions by putting your knowledge to practice. As we discussed in Unit VI, Lesson 1, the expository essay is a general term for an essay that expounds upon or explains a topic. The objective of the essay is to convey information to the reader; most importantly, an expository essay is an exploration of a topic, and the tone is explanatory. After choosing your topic, you will need to choose the form that is most appropriate to fit the topic: cause and effect, problem and solution, or sequential. A thesis statement, which contains the paper’s argument, will be appropriate to the form you choose.

Process: For the expository essay, you will complete the following steps:

  • Choose a topic: See Unit VI, Lesson 2, for more information about choosing a topic.
  • Create a plan of action: See Unit VI, Lesson 3, for strategies for assessing what you already know and assessing what you need to know.
  • Research the topic: See Unit VI, Lesson 4, for instruction on research methods.
  • Choose the organization of your essay: Choose between cause and effect, problem and solution, or sequential organization types. See Unit VI, Lesson 1, for a list of the three organizational forms, and see Unit VII, Lesson 1, for a description of thesis statements written according to the organizational form of the essay.
  • Create a thesis statement: See Unit VII, Lesson 1, for a description of thesis statements written according to the organizational form of the essay.
  • Draft the essay: See Unit VII, Lesson 1, for keeping brainstorming in mind and Unit VII, Lesson 2, for more on the drafting process and description of each essay section.

Stylistic details: All essays must meet the following requirements:

  • Include 1000-1500 words.
  • Write in Times New Roman, 12 pt. font.
  • Include one-inch margins on all sides.
  • Use double spacing (top-to-bottom every page, to include above and below titles and centered words).
  • Include an APA title page (for all essays) and reference list that includes all of the sources used in the essay.
  • Include a header.
  • Include page numbers (upper-right corner only).
  • Adhere to APA convention and documentation style (See the CSU citation guide for assistance.).
  • At least one source is required. All sources used must be cited.

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Effects of increase in population growth
Population refers to number of people in an area. We can say for instance that the population of
this class is twenty three students. There are estimated 7.7 billion people in the world today.
From a demographics context, the world population refers to the total human number currently
living, estimated to be 7.7 billion people according to November 2018 statistics. Ideally, it took
more than 200,000 in human history for the population of humans in the world to get to 1 billion
persons and only 200 years thereafter to get to 7 billion.

I am approaching this topic from a researcher point of view. I want to highlight the effects that
are faced as a result of increase on population, what are the causes of population growth as well
as how we can control population growth. The underlying challenges that emerge as a result of
the rising population has been a major interest in the recent times. There is a lot that has been
done to try and control the rising rate of population, this has been a long debated topic and that
has made me get interest in researching this topic.

Population statistics are conducted every year across the world. These statistics are useful in
planning different aspects of the economy based on the area. They also help scientists make
relations and prediction on the future population treads. Population can be below the expected
level, at an optimum level or beyond the expected level in what we know as overpopulation.
Among the problems that pose a challenge to the world today include war, pollution, crime and
population increase. Overpopulation is such a serious dilemma that many cou...

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