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  • Transition WordsBy Sandra PagliughiPhoto courtesy of shutterstock.com

  • Learning GoalThe purpose of writing is toClearly communicate with othersand be able to use strategies andskills toconstruct communication.Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com

  • Transition Wordslink related ideas

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  • and holds them togetherPhoto courtesy of shutterstock.com

  • When writing a narrative essay Tradition Words link together to move the story along. Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com

  • There are several different kinds of transition wordsPhoto courtesy of shutterstock.com

  • Time TransitionsHelp the reader know the order of events in a story Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com

  • Before Meanwhile AfterSoon Eventually ImmediatelyPhoto courtesy of shutterstock.com

  • Transitional Time PhrasesAt that very momentShortly after thatAlong the wayAfter all thatAn hour laterPhoto courtesy of shutterstock.com

  • Thought Transitionsadd clarity and voice to ones writing

  • ThoughtTransitionsAlso Mainly FurthermoreBecauseFor exampleOtherwiseSuddenly

  • Place TransitionsPlacetransitions provide a new settingfor your readerPhoto courtesy of shutterstock.com

  • Place TransitionsAbove Next to Beyond NearbyCloser to Elsewhere Farther on

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  • CompareAndContrastTransition WordsPhoto courtesy of shutterstock.com

  • Compare and Contrast Transition WordsTell when writerIs changingfromthinking aboutone thing to anotherPhoto courtesy of shutterstock.com

  • CompareAgainAlsoIn the same wayLikewiseOnce moreSimilarlyBy the wayPhoto courtesy of shutterstock.com

  • ContrastAlthoughButDespiteHoweverOn the otherhandYetInsteadPhoto courtesy of shutterstock.com

  • Example TransitionsA strategyExpositorywriters use toexplain theirwritingPhoto courtesy of shutterstock.com

  • Example TransitionsFor exampleTo illustrateFor instanceSpecificallySuch asPhoto courtesy of shutterstock.com

  • Summary TransitionsWords that help the writer sum it all upPhoto courtesy of shutterstock.com

  • Summary TransitionsAs a result FinallyAll in allTo summarizeIn Conclusion

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  • Summary TransitionsIn short In other wordsFrom now on To sum it all upIn other words

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  • Lets PracticePhoto courtesy of shutterstock.com

  • Test Your Skill!Do you want to test your knowledge?Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com

  • Create Your Own Interactive Flipbook!Now show what you know by creating aFlipbook!

  • Give Your Self a Hand!Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com

  • Sunshine State StandardsLA4333LA4334LA4342LA4343LA4346LA4353LA4311LA4312LA4313LA4321LA4322LA4331LA4332ResourcesRead, Write, Think (2012, December 2012) Retrieved from http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives/flipbook/

    Shutterstock. (2012, September 30). Stock Photos and Royalty-Free Images by Subscription - Shutterstock. Retrieved September 30, 2012, from http://www.shutterstock.com

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