|AUTOR(A)||Maria Rosario Bueno Lajusticia, Catherine Miller|
|TAMAÑO DEL ARCHIVO||1,83 MB|
|NOMBRE DEL ARCHIVO||Reading And Writing For Student Of Economics: Level Ii.pdf|
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You don't have to be a great "writer" to produce good economics writing. This is because economics writing is different from many other types of writing. It is essentially technical writing, where the goal is not to turn a clever phrase, hold the reader in suspense, or create multi-layered nuance, but rather to achieve clarity.
Cause and Effect: Students writing cause and effect pieces must choose a topic where one action led or leads to a definite result. As an example, a learner may discuss how economic concerns of the North and South provided a reason for the American Civil War. Writers constructing these papers, however, should ensure sound claims.