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Copy of Copy of Copy of SIGN POSTS

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Camille Isabell

on 5 February 2015

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Transcript of Copy of Copy of Copy of SIGN POSTS

Transitional Words and Phrases are like
Sign Posts
To Add
To Prove
To Show Time
SIGN POSTS
Transitions

Transitions are words that cue the reader how to follow along as the paper develops.
Transitions help carry a thought from one sentence to another,
one idea to another and from one paragraph to another.
Transitions link sentences and paragraphs smoothly so that there are no abrupt jumps or breaks between ideas.
Types of Transitional Devices
There are several categories of transitions.
Each category helps readers make
connections. Some lead readers forward, build an idea or thought, while others make readers compare ideas or draw conclusions from the preceding thoughts.
A List of Common Transitional Devices...
Are words used to cue the reader in a given way
Conclusion
And
And then
Equally Important
Next
What's more
Additionally
Again
Besides
Too
Lastly
Moreover
Furthermore
Because
Since
Obviously
Furthermore
For
For the same reason
Evidently
Moreover

Immediately
Soon
Then
Formerly
Thereafter
After a few hours
Previously
First (second, etc.)
Therefore
In conclusion
On the whole
Consequently
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