Identify And Use

Transition Words #5

Worksheet Description

This worksheet is designed to test students’ knowledge of transition words and their functions within the context of sentences. The instructions ask students to first identify the type of transition word provided—such as sequence, time, comparison, example, contrast, or cause/effect—and then to use each transition word in a sentence. The worksheet presents a list of phrases like “as a result” and “following that,” and students must complete the sentences in a way that demonstrates their understanding of how these transitions are used to connect ideas.

The purpose of this worksheet is to teach students about the different categories of transition words and how they are applied in writing. It encourages students to think critically about the role each transition word plays in linking thoughts and the importance of selecting the right transition to convey the intended meaning. The activity helps in reinforcing their ability to recognize and use transitions that indicate time, sequence, comparison, and other relationships between ideas. Completing this worksheet will aid students in improving their writing by making it more cohesive and logically structured.