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Transcript of CAUSE and EFFECT

CAUSE AAND EFFECT Sample Paragraph Discussing the Paragraph Developed by Cause and Effect Cause-Effect Series Based on the Sample Paragraph Red, Reade, Rade, Read points out the relationship between certain events or situations and their consequences.
cause to effect or effect to cause
Several causes contributes to the same effect
The effect may further become cause for the other effect so that a cause-effect chain of events results Advent of technology De-emphasis on reading skills Rapid pace of life Decline in reading Misinformation on issues and histories Tendency to lose ability to think Failure to actively participate in intellectual, mental process Impairment of decision making and problem solving Waylay of thinking tasks for a healthy future Analyzing the Sample Paragraph 1. Unity 2. Coherence Supporting details Controlling Idea Topic Sentence Structural Device Paragraph Order (cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr With average TV viewing hours reaching an alarming eight hours or more a day, it is obvious that the population has abandoned reading as a leisure activity. TV Viewing hours abandoned reading Causes: advent of technology, De- emphasis on reading and writing skills, fast pace of life
Effects : - grossly misinformed
-lose ability to participate
-unable to make decisions
-thinking task for healthy future waylaid Clinching Sentence Yet, reading for advancement as well as for entertainment, is critical if the world is to meet the challenges for tommorow Logical order- From general to particular 1. Signal words to indicate cause-effect:
as a result, thus, therefore, too, as a consequence, because of
2. Repitition of key words, and use of synonyms:
abandoned reading,
undesirable trend,
wane of reading interest,
decline in reading,
de-emphasis on reading,
less valuable activity That's it. Vocabulary Advent - a coming into place, view, or being; arrival: the advent of the holiday season.
The advent of technology has caused a decline of reading. Grossly - describes something done in a disgusting manner, or describes something that is extreme or excessive.
Because people depend on seventh-grade level stories, they are grossly misinformed of issues and histories. Insightful - describes someone or something that is very perceptive or that shows a deep understanding.
People who seldom read miss insightful discussions found in books Agile - describes a person or thing that is nimble and moves quickly and easily.
A person who loves to read tends t odevelop an agile mind. Pervasiveness- refers to how widespread something is.
The pervasiveness of worthwhile talk shows can improve viewer's communication skills
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