Likely, The peer-reviewed and the well-written Google Scholar articles are a vital resource. With the basic resources, you may need some vital skills like Critical Thinking.

Works Cited

“On Denise Levertov’s Vietnam Poetry”. N.p., 2017. Web. 30 Apr. 2017.

“Denise Levertov Obituary”. N.p., 2017. Web. 30 Apr. 2017.

“HOW TO EXPLICATE A POEM”. N.p., 2017. Web. 30 Apr. 2017.

Denise Levertov: A Poet’s Pilgrimage. 1st ed. 2017. Web. 2 May 2017.


Searching Google and other sources:









Source: Online Universities


Comparison of Transition Words and sentence (examples):

  • In the same way, Dr. Martin Luther King’s speech inspired a generation.
  • Similarly, my vacation to the beach was also peaceful and fun, just like my week at summer camp.

Here are some of the most common contrast words:

  • on the one hand/on the other hand
  • in contrast
  • on the contrary
  • still
  • yet
  • but
  • however
  • in spite of

Contrast Transition Words sentence examples:

  • However, this delicious breakfast was not as memorable as the dinner my family shared that evening.
  • In contrast, my grandmother is always cracking jokes while my grandfather stays serious.

Source: K12

  • The little boy put on his red shirt and brown overalls.
  • Mike is on the basketball team this semester at Indiana School for the Deaf. In addition, he is on the soccer team.
  • We will be here for one more week so we can finish up our work. Another reason we are staying longer is that we do not want to miss the Deaf Way conference.
  • First of all, pour a half-cup of milk in the bowl; second, add two eggs; and third, stir the mixture.
  • I admire I. King Jordan because he is the first deaf president of Gallaudet. Besides that, I admire him because he is a great long distance runner. Furthermore, he is a dedicated family man. All in all, there is not much to dislike about the man, except he is too perfect!
  • Crystal likes camping in the mountains. Also, Crystal is an experienced hiker.
  • Texas School for the Deaf is perfectly located. Moreover, it has a strong academic program. For example, the school has a preschool program where both deaf and hearing children learn together.


Words that show CONCLUSION

  • There were a lot of problems discussed at the meeting. Finally, after a few hours, we were able to prioritize the problems in the order we wanted to solve the problems.
  • Many parents and students have been complaining about the program. For example, scores on the end-of-grade tests have gone down from last year; teachers are not very motivated, and everyone is frustrated. To sum up, some improvements in the middle school program need to be made.


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