Cause&effect

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Cause&effect

  1. 1. •Increase in usage of chemical fertilizers on croplands • Methane emissions from animals, agricultur e such as rice paddies, and from Arctic seabeds • Deforestation, especially tropical forests for wood, pulp, and farmland •Carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuel burning power plants • Disappearance of coral reefs •Widespread extinction of species •More killer storms •Massive crop failures • Rise in sea levels worldwide Causes Effects
  2. 2. Cause  refers to the reason or to understand why something happens  it is the event that happens first  to determine the cause, ask the question "Why Did it Happen?"
  3. 3. Effect  the outcome or result  it’s the one that happens second or last  to determine the effect, ask the question "What Happened?"
  4. 4. 1. The dwarf did not move because it had been turned to stone by the White Witch. Cause: it had been turned to stone by the White Witch Effect: the dwarf did not move 2. Because he was afraid of the White Witch, Mr. Tumnus agreed to do whatever she wanted. Cause: he was afraid of the White Witch Effect: Mr. Tumnus agreed to do whatever she wanted
  5. 5. Why is it important?  If we understand the causes of accidents, wars, and natural disasters, perhaps we can avoid them in the future.  If we understand the consequences of our own behavior, perhaps we can modify our behavior in a way that will allow us to lead happier, safer lives.
  6. 6.  Without the ability to identify these relationships, students are at risk socially and academically. They will not understand actions and consequences or be able to understand or describe phenomena at a deep level.  This also proves that for every action there is an opposite and equal reaction.
  7. 7. Starter A and B, pages 17-19

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