Please write a cause and effect essay
I would like you to write about the topic that I decided to major in business administration and try to transfer to UCLA as a business Econ next year.
And please tell me the topic of your essay, and then explain how you are organizing it. Also, tell me about the decision you made and the three reasons you made it and your conclusion–how the decision has effected your life since you made it.
This class requires that you write essays according to the 5-paragraph essay structure.
You will write an essay where you use cause and effect development to show how making a decision has caused a particular effect. Your sources will be memory and observation.
Write a personal essay about a particular decision you have made: for example, to join a club, to try out for a team, to break up a relationship, to give up a bad habit, to go to college, to major in a particular course of study, to join a church, to join one of the Armed Services, to marry, to have children, etc. Choose one that you have made that you would like to write about. In your essay you will analyze the main causes behind your decision: the reasons why you chose to do what you did. Each body paragraph will analyze (explain, describe, discuss) one reason for your decision. You will need three contributory causes (3 body paragraphs). The causes have to be in the past–before you made the decision.
Use personal narrative to give background information about the situation.
Example: If your decision was to give up smoking, your introductory paragraph might discuss when you began smoking and why, how many years you smoked, and so forth. This background could logically lead into a thesis statement (last sentence of the introductory paragraph) like this: “However, two years ago I decided to give up smoking.” Or your introductory paragraph could discuss the results of a decision you made several years ago. You could describe and discuss, for example, your happy family today. This could lead into a thesis statement (last sentences of the introductory paragraph) like one of these: “Twelve years ago I accepted John’s proposal to become Mrs. John Smith,” or “In 1985 I asked Susan to become my wife.” The thesis statement can be a short, simple statement of “I decided to…”
“One reason I decided to quit my job was because I didn’t like the pay.”
“The second reason I decided to quit my job was that the hours were inconvenient.”
Body of the essay
You will be graded based on the following checklist (slightly modified from the one in your text). 4 points possible per category.
All essays for this course should be formatted according to MLA guidelines.
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