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Cause and Effect
Transcript of Cause and Effect
A person or thing that gives rise to an action, phenomenon, or condition.
A change that is a result or consequence of an action or other cause.
Cause and Effect:
Focus on either the causes or the effects.
When brainstorming, list all the possible causes or effects.
Arrange your topics
Include strong supporting details for every cause or effect.
Avoid providing opinions or recommendations in the essay.
most important --> least important
least important --> most important
The Writing Process
Correlation exists when there is a common relationship between two events or actions
found at http://foreseeblog.com/2012/12/13/confusing-causation-and-correlation/
Causation exists when one event is the direct result of another event.
2. Towns that sell more ice cream have higher drowning rates.
1. The more firefighters at a fire, the greater the damage from the fire.
3. People who like curly fries on Facebook are more intelligent.
- Research + Organizing