Cause and Effect (What's the Cause?)

Cause and Effect Compare and contrast the overall structure (e.g., chronology, comparison, cause/effect, problem/solution) of events, ideas, concepts, or information in two or more texts.
John can't go to school
He was not feeling well
Daisy was praised by her mother
She helps her mother with the chores
Jonathan was recruited by the varsity team
He plays basketball well
We are all healthy
Our mother cooks nutritious food for us
I was given a low grade by my teacher
I forgot to do my assignment last night
Some rivers began to dry.
There was no rain for several months.
Ryan woke up early Monday morning.
Ryan had many things to do before going to school.
Emmanuel had to pack a lunch today.
His class is going on a field trip.
Nathan earned an A on her test.
He studied hard for a test.
I made my mother quite angry.
I misbehaved at the playground
Alex couldn't find his socks
He didn't clean his room
My answers were all incorrect
I didn't listen to the instructions
Melissa couldn't log into her computer.
She typed the wrong password
Alexis scraped his knee.
He fell off bicycle.
Zach had to walk home.
He missed the school bus.

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