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Transition Flipbook. Transitions Minilesson. Look at the words. What do you notice about them? Pick three different words and use them in three different sentences . Transitions. Transition Flipbook. Set up your flipbook -What you need: 4 half sheets of paper (hotdog style)

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transition flipbook

Transition Flipbook

Transitions Minilesson

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Look at the words.

What do you notice about them?

Pick three different words and use them in three different sentences.

transition flipbook1
Transition Flipbook

Set up your flipbook

-What you need:

4 half sheets of paper (hotdog style)

Directions:

  • Fold them in half so that a little flap shows at the bottom of each page.
  • You should have 8 flaps.
it what looks like
It What Looks Like…

Cover

  • You should have 8 flaps.
  • This example only has 6
slide6

Setting up the flipbook-each row represents a flap of the flipbook.- Students should record the titles on the flap.The following pages show the word bank and examples. Students should record the word bank on the upper section and the examples on the lower section.

inside
Inside

Students should record the word bank on the upper section and the examples on the lower section.

Upper section

Lower section

time sequence
Time Sequence

Word Bank: first, second, finally, last, next, afterward, after, earlier, during, while, before, then, previously, now, until

I do: Previously, I studied Spanish, but now I'm taking French.

We do: _________, I studied Spanish, but now I'm taking French.

____, I did my homework, afterward I____________.

similar compare
Similar / Compare

Word Bank: likewise, similarly, in the same manner, just as, as well, so too, another,

I do: Jerry plays the electric guitar in his friend's band. Similarly, his sister Gina plays the keyboard in her friend's band.

We do:

Spanish has lots of words I need to memorize. __________, Social Studies has a lot of _______ I need to memorize.

different contrast
Different / Contrast

Word Bank: : however, although, but, yet, nevertheless, whereas, in contrast, on the contrary, on the other hand, instead, despite, on the other hand, other people say, regardless, in spite of

I do: I could really go for some Chinese food for dinner. On the other hand, pizza would be great, too.

We do: _______ his intense stage fright, Brian’s act in the talent show was by far the most popular.

_________ that I forgot to __________, I aced the test.

examples and illustrations
Examples and Illustrations

Word Bank: for example, for instance, to illustrate, such as, including, namely, specifically

I do: I love dogs. Specifically, I own three Dalmatians.

We do: Jesse is an animal lover. _______, he adores penguins and pandas.

I like to play ___________. _________, I play ______________.

cause and effect
Cause and Effect

Word Bank: as a result, consequently, thus, therefore, because, accordingly, since, so

I do: I got hit in the head with a basketball. Consequently, I had a terrible headache.

We do: Peter won the scholarship to his dream school. _______, he was able to attend for free.

emphasis
Emphasis

Word Bank: in fact, of course, truly , even, indeed

I do: I ace every test. Even when I don’t study!

We do: My brother is the most annoying person in the world! _________, he bugs me every day.

My family is so ___________. __________, they ___________.

additional information
Additional Information

Word Bank: in addition, furthermore, moreover, and, also, another, additionally, besides, beyond

I do: My teacher Ms. Smith is doing an excellent job. Furthermore, she deserves to get a raise.

We do: ________ fencing, Teddy had many other skills as well, like computer programming.

I enjoy ___________, but I _________ like to ___________.