The elocution or a speech competition is one of the most common competitions for school students.
Okay so cause and effect essays are written in different formats, but let me say in my college profession for the essays to be written were to be in APA format, and it is interesting when researching and writing whether it is from information you have researched or if it free lance.Cause essays examine why something has happened or exists.Effect essays examine what happens as a result of an event, choice, or situation. Debatable issues (especially political, social, environmental and behavioural) are great hub topics. Your hubs are so valuable to students and professional writers. Sometimes you use "effect" when you should use "affect."affect = influence - usually a verbeffect= result - usually a nouneffect= cause - not used that often - verb Social causes are growing up in lot more ways, knowing it and having a knowledge about it through this site, will help a lot in many ways for people to understand there relationship and social problems Sumnerswett--I teach MLA format because that is used by most American colleges in their English departments.No offense meant to Martin Luther King or his rather soul-stirring speech, but I have to admit that it used to get a bit too irritating hearing the same thing over and over.
Cause and effect essays trace the start of a situation to a discussion of its results. My students have come up with most of these topics through the years and now this is my most visited article so they must have done a good job! They are good to write about to do research and clear up one's own viewpoint, but they also get people talking, and also spark very needed discussion. Cause and effect papers are among the most interesting to read. Hi Gertrude--These two words are ones that are often confused. However, you are very right to point out that APA and Chicago and other formats are used in different types of courses.
I voted this hub "up," "useful," and "interesting." I am bookmarking this hub for future reference. Affect also means "to produce an effect upon" as well as "to influence." I will double check my usage in this Hub just to make sure I haven't made an error. I think considering cause and effect is sometimes a bit confusing because it depends on where you view the start of the situation.