What do we write?
Unit "Types of Writing" that covers different genres and forms.
** Nonfiction Narration (personal narratives, biographical narratives, blogs, diary and journal entries, eyewitness account, memoirs, reflective essays).
** Fiction Narration (realistic fiction, fantasy, historical fiction, mystery stories, myths and legends, science fiction, tall tales)
** Poetry and Description (ballad, free verse, prose poem, sonnet, haiku, other descriptive writing)
** Exposition (analytical essay, compare-and-contrast essay, cause-and-effect essay, classification essay, problem-solution essay, pro-con essay, newspaper and magazine articles, internet articles, on demand articles)
** Persuasion (persuasive essays, persuasive speeches, editorials, op-ed pieces, letters to the editor, reviews, advertisements, propaganda)
** Responses to Literature (critical reviews, compare-and-contrast essays, letters to authors, blog comments)
** Research Writing (research reports and documented essays, experiment journals and lab reports, statistical analysis reports, annotated bibliographies)
** Workplace Writing (business letters, friendly letters, memos, e-mails, forms, instructions, project plans, résumés, college applications, job applications)
** Writing for Median (scripts, blogs, advertisement)