- Read your assignment carefully.
At a glance, you might find the question or assignment very simple. But understanding it is very important before you start writing.
What if you read the question wrong in a hurry and you end up with something completely opposite to the requirements? All your efforts will go right down the drain and you might be risking your grades.
2. Choose a topic for your essay.
Sometimes your teacher might assign you a topic. If the topic the given, you don’t have to stress about choosing one for your essay. All you have to do is research and start writing.
3. Create an outline of your essay
Once you have gathered the information, create an outline of your essay.
Here is a pro tip. The more time you spend creating your essay outline, the less you will need in writing it.
4. Body Paragraphs
While writing a cause and effect essay, you have to cover the causes and its effects both. It is better to start with the cause. Explain how part of your essay. Then move to the effects. That will answer how the cause is creating an effect.
Your conclusion is supposed to give closure to your entire essay. Write your conclusion in a way that it gives a feeling of completeness. You can also restate your thesis statement and relate it to the body paragraphs of your essay.
Writing an essay is not very difficult. Just follow and a few steps and you are good to go.