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  • 1. TransitionWordsBy Sandra Pagliughi Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  • 2. Learning GoalThe purpose of writing is toClearly communicate with othersand be able to use strategies andskills toconstructcommunication. Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  • 3. TransitionWordslink related ideasPhoto courtesy of shutterstock.com
  • 4. andholdsthemtogether Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  • 5. When writing a narrative essay Tradition Words link together to move the story along. Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  • 6. There areseveraldifferentkindsof transitionwords Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  • 7. Time Transitions Photo courtesy of shutterstock.comHelp the reader know the order of events in a story
  • 8. Before • Meanwhile • AfterSoon • Eventually • Immediately Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  • 9. Transitional TimePhrasesAt that very momentShortly after thatAlong the wayAfter all thatAn hour later Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  • 10. Thought Transitionsaddclarityandvoicetoone’swriting
  • 11. Thought TransitionsAlso MainlyFurthermore BecauseFor example OtherwiseSuddenly
  • 12. PlaceTransitions Place transitions provide a new setting for your reader Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  • 13. Place Transitions Above • Next to • Beyond • NearbyCloser to • Elsewhere • Farther on Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  • 14. Compare AndContrastTransition Words Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  • 15. Compare and ContrastTransition WordsTell when writerIs changingfromthinkingaboutone thingto another Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  • 16. CompareAgainAlsoIn the same wayLikewiseOnce moreSimilarlyBy the way Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  • 17. ContrastAlthoughButDespiteHoweverOn the otherhandYetInstead Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  • 18. Example TransitionsA strategyExpositorywriters use toexplain theirwriting Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  • 19. Example Transitions For example To illustrate For instance Specifically Such as Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  • 20. Summary Transitions Words that help the writer sum it all up Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  • 21. SummaryTransitionsAs a resultFinallyAll in allTo summarizeIn ConclusionPhoto courtesy of shutterstock.com
  • 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. Let’s Practice Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  • 24. Test Your Skill!Do you want to test your knowledge? Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  • 25. Create Your Own Interactive Flipbook!Now show what you know by creating a Flipbook!
  • 26. Give Your Self a Hand! Photo courtesy of shutterstock.com
  • 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