Transitions
Transitions are: words or phrases that connect  ideas, sentences, and paragraphs. like a bridge filling in the gap from ...
Transitions help: create unity in a piece of writing. paragraphs work together continue an idea, indicate a contrast or...
When to use…   Too many transitions can be confusing.    You don’t need one between every idea or    sentence, but it is ...
Transitions for elaborating orcontinuing thoughts   consequently         in light of   clearly              it is easy...
General use/new paragraphtransitions   admittedly      undoubtedly   granted         unquestionably   certainly     ...
Transitions for a conclusion/finalpoint   therefore   in final analysis   in conclusion   in short   all in all   fi...
Transitions for showing time orchronological events   First                   After   Second                  Afterwar...
Transitions for making comparisons in the same way like likewise also similarly just as
Transitions for contrasting orshowing a change in reasoning   Although               however   Even so                ...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Transitions (2)

2,073 views

Published on

Published in: Education, Technology
0 Comments
1 Like
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total views
2,073
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
783
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
26
Comments
0
Likes
1
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Transitions (2)

  1. 1. Transitions
  2. 2. Transitions are: words or phrases that connect ideas, sentences, and paragraphs. like a bridge filling in the gap from one idea to another. Important for organized writing.
  3. 3. Transitions help: create unity in a piece of writing. paragraphs work together continue an idea, indicate a contrast or sum up a thought. papers flow from thought to thought.
  4. 4. When to use… Too many transitions can be confusing. You don’t need one between every idea or sentence, but it is a good idea to use transitions between paragraphs.
  5. 5. Transitions for elaborating orcontinuing thoughts consequently  in light of clearly  it is easy to see furthermore  with this in mind and  along with because  in other words besides  for this reason in the same way  specifically truly  to emphasize also  for example for instance  in this case  most importantly
  6. 6. General use/new paragraphtransitions admittedly  undoubtedly granted  unquestionably certainly  generally speaking no doubt  in general obviously  in this situation of course to be sure true
  7. 7. Transitions for a conclusion/finalpoint therefore in final analysis in conclusion in short all in all finally in summary lastly
  8. 8. Transitions for showing time orchronological events First  After Second  Afterwards Third  As soon as Finally  Before Furthermore  Before long In the first place  Finally Additionally  In the meantime Lastly  Later Then  Meanwhile Soon  Next
  9. 9. Transitions for making comparisons in the same way like likewise also similarly just as
  10. 10. Transitions for contrasting orshowing a change in reasoning Although  however Even so  but Nevertheless  yet Still  contrary to As opposed to Even though On the contrary However On the other hand

×