The problem is, far not everyone is able to find convincing and reliable evidence and have them logically organized in one single paper.
With this issue in mind, we can separate out the two and focus instead on the benefits of the expository approach.
This can be done two ways: either students can write their essays with a “freeform” style and then adapt it to the expository format afterwards, or they conversely can make an outline that mirrors the expository format and then use that outline to write an essay that has no strict organizational requirements.
If you’re a high school teacher, there’s a good chance that you teach students the standard five-paragraph expository essay.
And there’s also a good chance that you don’t have much positive to say about the essay or the process.