Causal Essay. The purpose of this assignment is to refine your ability to write a cause and effect analysis using clear logic. Select a social situation that affects you directly or indirectly and write an analysis of the causes for that problem. Please write on a situation that is described in one of the essays from your "Everything`s an Argument wtih Readings" text. Make sure that you consider: The immediate and hidden causes of that problem, The logical sequence of your argument, Your own credibility (establish your credibility), Details that affect that cause, Sources that will support your argument, A bibliography in MLA format (a work cited page), & Any objections or arguments against your points. Be sure to consider the needs of your audience. This assignment will be evaluated on the following basis: All points listed above, Spelling and grammar, Creativity, and Clarity. The essay should be 5-7 pages in length. This is the same essay in my book: Can a playground be too safe essay: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/07/19/science/19tierney.html?_r=0
Name: Tutor: Course: Date: Casual Essay: Can A Playground Be Too Safe? Play areas are necessary in schools and other social areas where children are likely to spend their time. Playgrounds play critical roles in the development of children, providing them with opportunities to learn and develop their cognitive, affective and psycho-motor skills. The child learns skills that cannot be taught in a classroomCITATION Mar12 p 3134 l 1033 (Brussoni 3134). Thus, noting that children spend significant amounts of time in playgrounds their safety in these grounds becomes a cause for concern. This is in light of the modern day security challenges that we encounter n a day to day basis. These include; mass shootings, terror, diseases, kidnappings etcCITATION Eri13 p 77 l 1033 (Allen, Hill and Tranter 77). The question therefore becomes how safe can and should a playground be? The paper therefore examines the issue of security of children on the playground. The paper will weigh the pros and cons of increased security on the playground and attempt to determine if a playground can be too safe. The paper will provide empirical evidence to support the claim with credible sources from literary circles. The very nature of a playground demands that there be sufficient room for children to explore and conduct activities that may not be able to do in their homes. Playgrounds are thus often specifically designed with the child in mind. They feature open spaces a...