Exposition Worksheets To Print:
First Two Sentences - Imagine you are going to write a short story that begins with a brief
exposition. Write the first sentence or two of your stories.
Narration - Explain the possibilities and limitations of using this in your stories.
Excursus - Compare and contrast the closely related concepts.
Dialogue - We explore when to use and when not to.
Get Deeper - Read the assigned text. Answer the questions.
Balancing Act - We start thinking about how often you should be using this technique in your own writing.
Flashback - A flashback is a literary technique which means returning to an earlier point in time in a literary work for the purpose of making what is going on in the present more understandable.
Assigned Reading - This is a sheet that you can use with just about work of literature.
You Choose - Choose one of the scenarios below. Write a short scene that contains both dialogue and exposition.
Context - What information or context does each example provide?
Epilogue - An epilogue is a passage that comes at the end of a story, after the final chapter. It is supplemental to, but separate from, the main story.
In My Work - Evaluate a series of different type of work with this sheet.