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Russell writenow ch09 power point
Russell writenow ch09 power point
Russell writenow ch09 power point
Russell writenow ch09 power point
Russell writenow ch09 power point
Russell writenow ch09 power point
Russell writenow ch09 power point
Russell writenow ch09 power point
Russell writenow ch09 power point
Russell writenow ch09 power point
Russell writenow ch09 power point
Russell writenow ch09 power point
Russell writenow ch09 power point
Russell writenow ch09 power point
Russell writenow ch09 power point
Russell writenow ch09 power point
Russell writenow ch09 power point
Russell writenow ch09 power point
Russell writenow ch09 power point
Russell writenow ch09 power point
Russell writenow ch09 power point
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  • 1. McGraw-Hill 9Analyzing Causes and Effects: Health and Medicine
  • 2. 9-29-2 McGraw-Hill Learning Outcomes • Identify real world applications for explaining causes and effects. • Understand the steps for writing cause and effect analyses. • Interpret images and readings about health and medicine.
  • 3. 9-39-3 McGraw-Hill Learning Outcomes (contd.) • Analyze the rhetorical situation for explaining causes and effects. • Apply the steps for writing a cause and effect essay.
  • 4. 9-49-4 McGraw-Hill Real World Applications (LO 9.1) School • You may need to explain the cause(s) of a certain illness. • You may need to describe the effects of a specific war for a history course.
  • 5. 9-59-5 McGraw-Hill Real World Applications (contd.) Daily Life • You may need to determine the effects of changing your career. • You may need to determine the cause(s) of issues in a personal relationship.
  • 6. 9-69-6 McGraw-Hill Real World Applications (contd.) Career • You may need to identify causes of decreased employee productivity at work. • You may need to investigate the effects of a new software system.
  • 7. 9-79-7 McGraw-Hill Steps for Writing Compare & Contrast Essays (LO 9.2) • Begin by identifying the cause or effect you want to analyze. • Explain the cause-and-effect relationship convincingly. • Organize the causes and/or effects effectively. • Use sound logic. • Conclude effectively.
  • 8. 9-89-8 McGraw-Hill Health and Medicine (LO 9.3) Writing about an image • Write a cause and effect essay that relates to an image in the chapter. • You may write about the image itself or about something the image reminds you of.
  • 9. 9-99-9 McGraw-Hill Health and Medicine (contd.) Media connection for explaining causes and effects • Watch, read, or listen to suggested media to discover additional examples of cause/effect analysis. • Exploring various media may help you better understand methods for explaining causes and effects. • Cite all sources.
  • 10. 9-109-10 McGraw-Hill The Rhetorical Star (LO 9.4) Subject • Select a topic that is narrow enough to cover within the assignment guidelines. • For a shorter paper, you may need to focus on causes OR effects, instead of both.
  • 11. 9-119-11 McGraw-Hill The Rhetorical Star (contd.) Audience • Determine who your audience will be. • Select the details that will be most important to the audience.
  • 12. 9-129-12 McGraw-Hill The Rhetorical Star (contd.) Purpose • Determine what you want to accomplish. • Decide if you are informing, persuading, or expressing feelings.
  • 13. 9-139-13 McGraw-Hill The Rhetorical Star (contd.) Strategy • Focus on the main approach of cause and/or effect. • Combine other strategies if necessary to make your point.
  • 14. 9-149-14 McGraw-Hill The Rhetorical Star (contd.) Design • Know how you want the essay to look when you are finished. • Decide if graphics, photographs, or illustrations are needed to clarify ideas.
  • 15. 9-159-15 McGraw-Hill Applying the Writing Process (LO 9.5) Discovering • Use the media suggestions in the chapter to help find a subject. • Consider a subject with which you have personal experience. • Create a chart of causes and effects to determine what you want to cover.
  • 16. 9-169-16 McGraw-Hill Applying the Writing Process (contd.) Planning • Create a cluster or outline to help you organize your ideas. • Follow one of the organizational strategies for your essay: o The effects of a major cause o The causes for a major effect o A chain of events that illustrate the cause or effect
  • 17. 9-179-17 McGraw-Hill Applying the Writing Process (contd.) Composing • Write a first draft of your essay. • Don’t focus on grammar and punctuation. • Keep focused on the causes or effects you are trying to explain.
  • 18. 9-189-18 McGraw-Hill Applying the Writing Process (contd.) Getting Feedback • Have a peer read your draft • Use the peer review questions to gather feedback from your reviewer. • Get a second opinion, if possible.
  • 19. 9-199-19 McGraw-Hill Applying the Writing Process (contd.) Revising • Revise your essay based upon the feedback you receive. • Make sure your essay is logical and has fully supported ideas. • Add, delete, and rearrange ideas as necessary.
  • 20. 9-209-20 McGraw-Hill Applying the Writing Process (contd.) Editing • Read your essay one more time. • Look for errors in grammar, punctuation, and mechanics. • Consider reading your essay aloud to listen for word choice and sentence structure.
  • 21. 9-219-21 McGraw-Hill Applying the Writing Process (contd.) Proofreading • Read your essay at least one more time. • Check for typographical errors or other issues that could interfere with the reader’s understanding of the essay.

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