Interactive Transitions: Glide Into Smooth Writing
Transitions are an integral part in allowing students to create a smoother flow to their writing. By learning and working with transitions words, a student will witness how these words, when utilized properly, can enhance their writing, by improving the connections between their thoughts and ideas.

While there are many transitional words and phrases, this simple and affordable interactive guide will certainly give students a head start on learning to work with the concept.

Included in the guide:
3 Terms of Use
4 Core Standards Met
5 The Purpose of Transitions
6 Student Directions for Interactive Practice Activities
7 Student Directions for Interactive Assessment Activities
8 Transition Type - Similarity
9 Similarity Interactive Practice
10 Similarity Practice - Fill in the Blank
11 Transition Type - Addition
12 Addition Interactive Practice
13 Addition Practice - Fill in the Blank
14 Transition Type - Consequence
15 - 16 Consequence Interactive Practice
17 Consequence Practice - Fill in the Blank
18 Transition Type - Contrast/Comparison
19 - 20 Contrast/Comparison Interactive Practice
21 Contrast/Comparison Practice - Fill in the Blank
22 Transition Type - Emphasis
23 Emphasis Interactive Practice
24 Emphasis Practice - Fill in the Blank
25 Transition Type - Exception
26 - 27 Exception Interactive Practice
28 Exception Practice - Fill in the Blank
29 - 33 Transitions Interactive Assessments
34 References


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Created: Jul 11, 2016

Updated: Feb 22, 2018


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