Elements of Language: 8th Grade - Explaining Cause and Effect (Ch. 3)
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Workshops: Reading a Cause-and-Effect Article, Writing a Cause-and-Effect Essay, Analyzing Graphics.
[FROM THE TEXT]
What will happen if you watch TV instead of studying? Why did your favorite shirt shrink in the wash? As you ponder these questions, you are considering the “causes” and “effects” of events. Thinking and writing about causes and effects helps you explore the world from two angles. When you wonder about causes, you are looking for answers about why something happens. Looking at effects helps you understand the results that follow a certain cause. History, science, and the news often focus on causes, effects, or both. You might, for instance, watch a TV documentary about the causes and effects of volcanic eruptions. Learning to identify causes and effects will help you to make sense of the world around you.
[ABOUT THE COURSE]
This online version of “Elements of Language” features your textbook and a variety of interactive activities. The Second course is aimed at Eighth Graders. The Elements of Language Online Edition offers activities from these workbooks: * Communications * Sentences and Paragraphs * Grammar, Usage, and Mechanics Language Skills Practice * Chapter Tests in Standardized Test Formats. It provides practical teaching strategies, differentiated instruction, and engaging presentation tools that offer more ways to reach more students than ever before.