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A brief guide to our Causes and Effects table
Why did something happen – and what effects did it have?
Many teachers are likely to have asked you this question and it’s hard to think of a subject where these questions aren’t relevant.
For example, Science teachers will want to know why particular reactions occur when substances are mixed and Humanities teachers will ask you about the reasons for wars, landscape and environmental changes.
Working out the causes and effects of something will help you make a judgement about the overall impact of that event. How important was it? In what ways was it important? What changes did it influence?
We’ve created a simple table to help you assess the causes and effects of anything.
Once it’s complete, subscribers can test themselves on its content.
Try our Causes and Effects table
See an interesting example of a Causes and Effects table: Global Warming
Modified 4 times, last modified by Pete Langley - Get Revising founder on Mon 10th December, 2012 @ 20:27