Cause and Effect


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Cause and Effect

  1. Scholastic  (Very good)  Read the memoir below. Use it to complete the next page.
  2. Cause and Effect Math  Select the best answer that satisfies each particular situation. Remember to click on "BACK" to return to THE QUIZ-ZONE.
  3. Quia 1  Pop-ups: Choose the correct answer from a list of choices.
  4. Quia 2  Pop-ups: Choose the correct answer from a list of choices.
  5. Quia 3  Pop-ups: Choose the correct answer from a list of choices.
  6. Quia 4  Pop-ups: Choose the correct answer from a list of choices.
  7. Quia 5  Pop-ups: Choose the correct answer from a list of choices.
  8. Cause & Effect Organizers  Cause and Effect Graphic Organizers
  9. Cause & Effect Sentences  Adverb Clauses - Cause and Effect Relationships 
  10. Cause & Effect Paragraphs  Cause and Effect Paragraphs
  11. Fish Bone  When utilizing a team approach to problem solving, there are often many opinions as to the problem’s root cause. One way to capture these different ideas and stimulate the team’s brainstorming on root causes is the cause and effect diagram, commonly called a fishbone. The fishbone will help to visually display the many potential causes for a specific problem or effect. It is particularly useful in a group setting and for situations in which little quantitative data is available for analysis.
  12. Gateway English II  Sites to help students practice skills needed for the English Gateway exam 
  13. Research Practice Questions  or each of the following questions, select the best answer from the given alternative choices. Additional instructions are given as necessary. Read each question and all alternatives carefully before selecting an answer. 
  14. Cause and Effect  A cause is something that makes something else happen.  Out of two events, it is the event that happens first. To determine the cause, ask the question "Why Did it Happen?"



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Critical Reading and Thinking

  1. Speed Reading Tests   Are you an efficient reader? What kind of reader are you?You will know in a few minutes after you have completed this free online speed reading test.You will get your reading speed as soon as you have finished your timed reading. You may then perform a comprehension test with a series of questions about the text you have just read. 
  2. Read Better Faster   For most people, it is easy to learn to read faster. Your reading rate is often just a matter of habit. But to begin, you may need to try to change some habits and try these tips:
  3. Super Reading Tips & Tricks   Most speed-reading methods are based on skim-reading first and in reading groups of words. It takes discipline and practice to become a super reader. Modern speed reading software also can come in handy to greatly increase reading speeds.
  4. Questions you may have include:
  1. How important is reading fast?
  2. How is skim reading used?
  3. How do you read groups of words?
  4. This lesson will answer those questions.
  5. Improve Your Reading in All Subjects    Your speed of reading and type of reading (enjoying reading, skimming, scanning, reading for information, or rereading) depends upon your purpose. Reading for enjoyment is a lot different than reading a textbook for the purpose of remembering information for a test. 
  6. Reading Strategies    In this article, we're looking at strategies that will help you read more effectively. These approaches will help you get the maximum benefit from your reading, with the minimum effort.
  7. The Evil Land Lady    Here's the problem:    You are an ESL student at the University of Victoria, living in a rented apartment which is part of your la      ndlady's house. Your landlady is making you very unhappy. She is always spying on you and reading your mail, and she is rude to you when you come home late or bring friends home. She won't allow you to have friends to stay, and she seems to know all your private business. What should you do?
  8. Reading Comprehension Test    Read the text and answer the questions based on it. Click on the button next to the correct answer. There is always only one correct answer. If you click on a wrong answer, you must try again until you find the right one.
  9. Interactive Logic    IQ Tests, Logic Puzzles, Problem Solving & Logical Thinking Skills
  10. Cause and Effect    Read the statements below and then choose the best answer to the question from the list of lettered choices that follows.  Sometimes when we don't get enough sleep we become very short-tempered.  It is important to set a time to go to bed that is realistic.  How are these two sentences related?










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