Cause and effect approach in writing term papers

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  • 1. Cause And EffectApproach in Writing Term Papers Presented byhttp://www.bestessayservices.com
  • 2. The nature of your assignment andthe expectations of your evaluator determine the approach you take when writing term paper. While some evaluators may state plainly that you take a cause and effective approach in your termpaper writing assignment, some may not.
  • 3. • A cause and effect approach in writingterm papers is most suitable when yourinstructor expects you to investigateprobable causes of a certainphenomenon and the effects.• When writing term papers of a causeand effect nature, every pointshould be illustrated in a specificparagraph.
  • 4. • A cause and effect approach inwriting term papers is most suitablewhen your instructor expects you toinvestigate probable causes of acertain phenomenon and the effects.
  • 5. So how do you write a term paper in the cause and effect approach?To write an effective cause and effect paper select a topic, after which you should answer the following questions: Why did you choose your thesis statement? What causative factor leads to the effect? What effect will you be analyzing? What is the primary causative factor? What is the relationship between the cause and effect?
  • 6. The term paper should adopt the structure statedbelow, although there is room for modifying basedon the requirements of the subject and institution.{a}The introductionThe introduction should focus on introducingto the reader the cause and effect that willbe investigated. In addition, it is in theintroduction that you give backgroundinformation of your research topic.
  • 7. {b} The bodyThis section of a term paper focuses ondemonstrating and proving that indeed,there is a relationship between thevariables under investigation. In thissection, support your claim withirrefutable facts from credible sources.
  • 8. {c} The conclusionA conclusion provides you anopportunity to cement yourargument, with the help ofillustrations drawn from the body.The conclusion sums up thediscussion through pointing outlogical observations that were made.
  • 9. Just like any other form ofassignment, you must provide abibliography to the term paper, inorder to give credibility andauthority to your work.
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