Effective Transitions: A Road Map to Your Writing Project
Tuesday, September 29, 2020
9:30 PM - 10:30 PM, Eastern Time
Presenter: Prof. Mark Montesion, EAD Instructor
This workshop will help you understand:
- What are transitions?
- Why are transitional words and phrases so important in writing?
- How can I effectively use transitions to enhance the quality of my writing projects?
Transitions are the bridges between parts of your paper. They help to create both coherence and unity in a paper, and they enable the reader to make the logical connections between the writer’s ideas. Transitions help carry a thought from sentence to sentence, idea to idea, and one paragraph to the next. This workshop will look at some examples of each and do some hands-on work with choosing appropriate transitions.
This event is sponsored by the EAD-ROSE Academic Support Team at the Rutgers English Language Institute, Department of English - Writing Program.