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S Pagliughi transitions

  1. 1. TransitionWordsBy Sandra Pagliughi Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  2. 2. Learning GoalThe purpose of writing is toClearly communicate with othersand be able to use strategies andskills toconstructcommunication. Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  3. 3. TransitionWordslink related ideasPhoto courtesy of shutterstock.com
  4. 4. andholdsthemtogether Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  5. 5. When writing a narrative essay Tradition Words link together to move the story along. Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  6. 6. There areseveraldifferentkindsof transitionwords Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  7. 7. Time Transitions Photo courtesy of shutterstock.comHelp the reader know the order of events in a story
  8. 8. Before • Meanwhile • AfterSoon • Eventually • Immediately Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  9. 9. Transitional TimePhrasesAt that very momentShortly after thatAlong the wayAfter all thatAn hour later Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  10. 10. Thought Transitionsaddclarityandvoicetoone’swriting
  11. 11. Thought TransitionsAlso MainlyFurthermore BecauseFor example OtherwiseSuddenly
  12. 12. PlaceTransitions Place transitions provide a new setting for your reader Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  13. 13. Place Transitions Above • Next to • Beyond • NearbyCloser to • Elsewhere • Farther on Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  14. 14. Compare AndContrastTransition Words Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  15. 15. Compare and ContrastTransition WordsTell when writerIs changingfromthinkingaboutone thingto another Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  16. 16. CompareAgainAlsoIn the same wayLikewiseOnce moreSimilarlyBy the way Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  17. 17. ContrastAlthoughButDespiteHoweverOn the otherhandYetInstead Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  18. 18. Example TransitionsA strategyExpositorywriters use toexplain theirwriting Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  19. 19. Example Transitions For example To illustrate For instance Specifically Such as Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  20. 20. Summary Transitions Words that help the writer sum it all up Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  21. 21. SummaryTransitionsAs a resultFinallyAll in allTo summarizeIn ConclusionPhoto courtesy of shutterstock.com
  22. 22. Summary Transitions In short • In other words From now on • To sum it all up In other words Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  23. 23. Let’s Practice Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  24. 24. Test Your Skill!Do you want to test your knowledge? Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  25. 25. Create Your Own Interactive Flipbook!Now show what you know by creating a Flipbook!
  26. 26. Give Your Self a Hand! Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  27. 27. Sunshine State Standards •LA4311 •LA4333 •LA4312 •LA4334 •LA4313 •LA4342 •LA4321 •LA4343 •LA4322 •LA4346 •LA4331 •LA4353 •LA4332ResourcesRead, Write, Think (2012, December 2012) Retrieved fromhttp://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives/flipbook/Shutterstock. (2012, September 30). Stock Photos and Royalty-Free Images by Subscription - Shutterstock. Retrieved September30, 2012, from http://www.shutterstock.com

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