Authors who write expository essays show that they know a topic and understand it well by writing about it in a logical and concise manner. In “Cochlear Implants,” the author demonstrates her knowledge about the device and whether to use it or not by narrating her experience. Since she is writing about personal experience, she uses the narrative and chronological way of writing an expository essay. In contrast, the author of “How to Clean a Fish” intends to share his skills so he develops his essay by describing a process. Although it is evident that the first essay is developed sequentially, it still uses other methods for its development, such as comparison and contrast, to help readers understand more about what she is narrating. Aside from merely describing a process, the author in the second essay also narrated a personal experience to help readers find practical applications for the process being described.