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Writing Cause and Effect Essay

Jun 19, 2019

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Did you get assigned a cause and effect essay?

 

Then you must be wondering how to go about it, right?

 

First things first, let’s understand what cause and effect really means.

 

Think about how you wake up for school every day. Who wakes you up or should I say what?.


High school and college students are often asked to write a cause and effect essay and it is one of the more common types of essays.

 

Such essays require students to discuss why something took place and the consequences it has had. You can be asked to explain the effect or consequences of an event, decision or an action.


 

At a glance, you might find the question or assignment very simple. But understanding it is very important before you start writing.

What if you read the question wrong in a hurry and you end up with something completely opposite to the requirements? All your efforts will go right down the drain and you might be risking your grades.

That is the risk you don’t want to take. Take your time. Read the question carefully.


You can use the internet, read books related to your topic or review the previous research on your topic. You can also look for some additional information that you can find in your library.

It is better to choose a topic that you can justify with logic and reasoning. When you have to explain something to your readers, it is easier to use factual information rather than discussing a social or moral topic.

Your conclusion is supposed to give closure to your entire essay. Write your conclusion in a way that it gives a feeling of completeness. You can also restate your thesis statement and relate it to the body paragraphs of your essay.

Leave the reader with a summary of your cause and effect points and ideas. Remind them of the connections between different ideas and how they relate with one another.