photo of bronze Ghandi sculpture; he walks with a stick, wears glasses, and is wrapped in a robe

Source: Ghandi statue, Indian Embassy, Washington, D.C., Carol M. Highsmith, Library of Congress

The writing skills you have been learning in this lesson will add power and clarity to your expository essays. Let’s see if you can make use of the rhetorical devices of parallelism and rhetorical questions. You will also try your hand at using the transitional expressions you studied to revise and improve a short paragraph.

For the last activity, open a graphic organizer and follow the instructions. You can save, download, and print this file. When you are finished using the graphic organizer, you will have completed the lesson. Graphic Organizer Instructions