The Art of Information Writing is our second unit of the year. This unit, like all of the units, is divided into parts, each offering a new portion of the journey. After conveying to students that they will be writing texts that aim to teach others about topics on which the students have expertise, we will position students to write with authority, for real audiences. Our students also learn how powerful a table of contents can be as a tool for structuring an expository piece. Afterwards, we rehearse various structures, to crystallize the organization of the piece before drafting. This process is different than others because the students learn how to rely on structure in the early drafting process. They also learn ways in which the base structure of the text can also become the base structure for each subsection. When it comes time to revise. Our students will learn strategies and use them to lift the level of all their work. As they come to publish we will stress the importance of being aware of one´s audience. Also keeping in mind the sort of things a nonfiction author attends to while preparing for those readers: using text features, fact checking, and being aware of grammar and conventions.