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Transition Words

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Rachel MacLeod

on 9 April 2013

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Transcript of Transition Words

Ms. MacLeod Transition Words Transition Words Finally: Ms. MacLeod Watch this video: FIRST: Why are Transition Words Important? Next: - listen to the story
- re-tell the story using transition words Story TIme! First Next Besides Outside Over Yesterday http://www.flocabulary.com/transitions/ for instance Next Immediately finally in summary -Time words put events in a story in order
-Location words tell you where the events take place
-Paragraph Transition words help the story flow
-Conclusion words show the end of a story/argument Practice! The night_________ the SOL, I got eight hours of sleep so that I would do well on the test. a. before
b. after
c. meanwhile
d. during ________, at the end of the day, I packed up to ride the bus home.
a. before
b. above
c. soon
d. finally ______, I did not like reading, now I love it!
a. inside
b. next week
c. at first
d. around Words to Describe Time: While Meanwhile soon second later next tomorrow before next week yesterday Words to describe location: above across below behind inside near over under Paragraph Transitions: at first at last before later next soon Conclusion Words in conclusion finally lastly to sum up "In the Garden of Abdul Gasazi" by Chris Van Allsburg "And to Think that I Saw it on Mulberry Street" by Dr. Seuss
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