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Cause and Effect, Parallelism, and Pronoun Agreement
ENG 002 Module 4
Course What Happens Next? Objectives Assignment Overview The Differences Between Cause and Effect Reading AVP: The Cause and Effect Essay Cause and Effect Exercise Parallelism Exercise AVP: Review of Sentence Types Discussion MyWritingLab Exercises Cause and Effect Paragraph Draft Narrative Paragraph Final Version Midterm Exam Module Progress
Cause and Effect Paragraph Draft
After reading Chapter 9 in Along These Lines, write a draft cause and effect paragraph. The paragraph should contain the cause and affect elements you have been learning about in this module.
The paragraph should be well-developed, which means: you need a topic sentence, supporting sentences, and a concluding sentence (clincher). The paragraph should be unified and coherent with specific supporting details or examples for support. It should provide sentence variety (simple, compound, and complex sentences). The sentences should be clear, concise, and arranged in a logical order. Transitional words and phrases should be used to provide coherence. Choose one point of view: first, second, or third person.
Complete and submit the draft of your cause and effect paragraph to Smarthinking no later than Sunday 11:59 PM EST/EDT. Smarthinking can be accessed by clicking the Services link under Resources.
NOTE: When you submit your paragraph, you need to let them know it is a cause and effect paragraph. The tutors need to know it is a paragraph, not an essay, and which kind of paragraph you are submitting.
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