Lack of access to clean water in countries throughout the world.

A causal analysis asks you to examine either the causes of a problem, why the problem has happened, or what factors have led to a particular problem. To write an effective causal analysis essay the thesis and body paragraphs should focus on 2–4 specific causes (i.e., actions, events, thoughts, attitudes, conditions, or decisions) that have led to the problem you have identified. Writing about causes is an important skill in academic, professional, and real-world contexts, and the ability to identify the causes of a problem is essential in persuasive writing.

SCENARIO
Write a causal analysis about the lack of access to clean water in countries throughout the world.

A. Write a causal analysis essay (length of 3-7 pages). In your essay, do the following:

  1. Address the topic.
  2. Provide an effective introduction.
  3. Provide an appropriate thesis statement that previews two to four causes.
  4. Explain the causes of the problem.
  5. Provide evidence to support your claim.
  6. Provide an effective conclusion.

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