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Evaluate the Effectiveness of a Cause and Effect Essay

Updated on May 6, 2015

Tired of writing? Have completely no considerations on the subject? Have to combine your job with studying? Or is it just your friends having a party but you have to sit and reflect over your project? Are you thinking about – how many great stuffs you could do instead of boring essay writing? Honestly, essay writing is fun and once you lean what is required of you then it becomes a piece of cake.

So what really is this Cause and Effect Essay, it is related with why certain effects happen, what really causes these effects to occur and what take place as a result or the after effects of this happening. Cause and effect essays are a collective method of consolidating and conversing ideas the main aim being to explain the causes and effects of a situation. In order to pen a Cause and Effect Essay, the writer needs to define a situation in which one act or incident caused certain effects to happen.

How to Choose an Cause and Effect Essay

How does one choose a Cause and Effect Essay topic?

When a writer claims that "one object leads to another," then he is making a cause-and-effect argument.

Constricting a Topic

In short essays it’s difficult to tackle all the causes and many effects of a big event such as World War or the Great Depression. To narrow a cause and effect topic down to a practicable size, ask yourself…

  • What's the main or the most important cause?
  • Try choosing a major event, a life event or a historical significance.
  • How would I elaborate the causes and effects of the event?
  • Can I break the different types of effects down into groups?
  • Which category benefits and interests me the most?
  • Can that group be broken down even further to make the topic more controllable?

Utmost conditions are complicated when writing the essay. Make a distinction between cause and effect, to define causes, probe, "Why did the event happen?" To classify effects, ask, "What resulted because of the event?" State evidently whether the causes, effects, or both in an essay are discussed. Each changing paragraph is dedicated to one of the causes of the topic. Each cause is buoyed by two minor backings. While writing, both main and minor ideas have to be sufficiently explicated and illustrated. Each major point should be supported with instances and examples, figures, numbers and statistics that show and confirm the point. Using transitions assists the writing to be articulate and lucid enabling the reader to follow ideas linking them together. Nevertheless, overuse of transitions cause a traffic jam and ought to be avoided.

Writing relating cause and effect study generally take one of two forms:

  • Clarifying how a known cause creates specific effects;
  • clarifying how specific effects are created by a former unidentified cause which the writer has exposed or discovered

The first type of analysis is what the technology knowhow and confidentiality topic necessitates. The second type of analysis is ordinarily referred to as root-cause analysis. To contend that the forfeiture of privacy will lead to something or that definite situations will lead to other disorders, first the writer must define what those conditions are, and then the writer makes clear how those conditions in turn lead to other conditions. To end with, the writer is required to explain what this cause-and-effect connection means.

Organize the supporting information in the below ways:

  • Categorical - Information is decided by separating the topic into parts or groups.
  • Chronological - Information is prepared in the form where the actions happened.
  • Order of its importance - Information is arranged from the least important to most significant or the other way around.

Transitional words used in a Cause and Effect Essay

Another is ,because, since, due to, for, first, second , on cause is, consequently, another is, consequently, as a result, one result is, resulted in, therefore, thus

The Cause and Effect Essay has five parts, with each part reliable to a thorough task the writer needs to achieve, and each part comprising of one or more paragraphs. State evidently whether causes, effects, or both are discussed. Acquaint with the main idea, using the terms ‘cause’ and/or ‘effect.’ Decide if the essay is written to inform the audience or to persuade them. Limit the causes that are close in period and directly connected as to indirect causes, which occur later and related indirectly.

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