Facts & OpinionsA fact is something/statement where youcan show someone else that it’s true.An opinion is something that you can’tshow to another person.
Facts & OpinionsMy cat is the best pet.My cat has three legs.My dog eats ‘Ol Roy dog food.My dog is great.
Facts & OpinionsMy cat is the best pet. OpinionMy cat has three legs. FactMy dog eats ‘Ol Roy dog food. FactMy dog is great. Opinion
Cause & EffectA story is like a car in many ways. Onething has to happen for something elseto happen. These actions and events arecalled causes and effects.A cause makes something happen.An effect is what happens.
Cause & EffectOn the OCCT tests, when you have toﬁnd cause and effect in paragraphs, theeffect will be the topic sentence and thecauses will be the details from theparagraph.
Read the following...Over the course of my lifetime, the BayArea has become my favorite vacationdestination. When I was younger, I lovedto go to the Bay Area because I wanted tovisit my Grandparents and other familymembers. Since I’ve grown older, I still loveto visit my relatives, but I also appreciatethe mild weather.
Cause & Effect Effect (topic Causes (detail sentence) sentences)
Cause & Effect Effect (topic Causes (detail sentence) sentences)Bay Area is my favorite vacation destination
Cause & Effect Effect (topic Causes (detail sentence) sentences)Bay Area is my favorite visit Grandparents vacation destination and family
Cause & Effect Effect (topic Causes (detail sentence) sentences)Bay Area is my favorite visit Grandparents vacation destination and family the mild weather
Cause & EffectConjunctions Here are some common conjunctions that can be used to express cause and effect. since as a result because of + noun phrase because therefore due to + noun phrase consequently for this reason so
Cause & EffectThe conjunctions on the previous slidecan be used to join cause & effectsentences.The weather outside was cold.Jim closed the window.
Cause & EffectBecause the weather outside was cold, Jimclosed the window.Jim closed the window because it was coldoutside.The weather outside was cold because Jimclosed the window.Since the weather outside was cold, Jim closedthe window.
Cause & EffectYou need to be careful that you put thesentences together in the correct way. Ifyou don’t, the sentence won’t make anysense.
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