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100 Spanish Transition Words to Improve Spanish Writing for Beginners to AP

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7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Homeschool
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Description

101 Spanish transition words for beginner, intermediate, AP students, and college students will improve and formalize students' Spanish writing. Using these transition words eliminates short, choppy sentences and teaches students to write more fluidly and formally. You'll be amazed how much your students' writing improves! Includes a Google Slides version.

The list is divided into categories:

* Expressing Time

* Expressing Opinions

* Expressing Conditions

* Combining Short Sentences into Longer Sentences

* Comparing and Contrasting

* Consequences

* Concluding

* 3 different levels of Spanish transition words with a sample sentence for each one to help students understand how to use transitions effectively

Beginner examples: también, de vez en cuando, mañana, porque, pronto, sin embargo, además, a veces, luego, por último, etc.

Intermediate examples: al principio, de repente, por eso, en ese momento, no obstante, gracias a, érase una vez, así que, en vez de, por lo menos, etc.

Advanced examples include: en aquel entonces, por una parte, por otra parte, a diferencia de, puesto que, dado que, sin duda, me parece claro que, a semejanza de, con tal de que, por consiguiente, etc.

Usage Ideas:

* Ask students to incorporate certain Spanish transition words in their writing.

* Pick an expression of the week and have students use it as much as possible when speaking and writing.

* Laminate a set as a class reference.

* Give extra credit for using the Spanish transition word of the week in class.

Here's what teachers are saying:

* "My kids kept saying, "Why didn't we have this sooner!?"

* "Excellent resource. I can use this with all 3 different levels that I teach and we can keep track of them as they move up each year. Thank you so much for your hard work! My students loved it and said: This is gold! I need to keep this for years to come! :)"

* "I LOVE this packet for helping intermediate students bridge the gap between short, choppy sentences and more complex writing."

* "Great list of transition words! Students were actually excited about writing in Spanish!"

Total Pages
10 pages
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Teaching Duration
Lifelong tool
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