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Please see the attached with what is required for this essay and see the below as a guidance which should be included in the essay. “PLEASE ENSURE TO USE TRANSITIONAL LANGUAGE.”

The Course Name: English – Habits for Success

The two most important things I learned in English was breaking bad habits and replacing it with a better habit and completing building skills assignments that prepare me to deal with real life scenarios. What I liked most about the class was discovering to not back out of this challenge by pushing myself to use what is being learned in English class and applying it in real-world scenarios.

End of Course Reflections Assignment
In one to two pages (minimum 300 words), please provide your end of course reflections to
include the following: In terms of course content what were two of the most important things you
learned? What did you like most about the course? What would you change if you could? The
1-2 pages of writing does not include cover page or reference page.
Use APA formatting with a proper cover page, two in-text citations, and a reference page. Don’t
forget to have a strong introduction paragraph with a good thesis statement and a concluding
paragraph.
Outline
The First Paragraph: The Introduction
• Describe your main idea, or what the essay is about, in one sentence.
• Develop a thesis statement, or what you want to say about the main idea.
Essay Body – 3 paragraphs (Bing, Bang, Bongo)
• List three points or arguments that support your thesis in order of importance (one sentence for
each) with supportive details and evidence.
The Last Paragraph: The Conclusion
• Restate thesis statement.
• Get the main idea from the first paragraph of your essay body.
• Get the main idea from the second paragraph of your essay body.
• Get the main idea from the third paragraph of your essay body.
• Conclude all your main thoughts.
This is a required activity for each of your classes. You should not submit the same essay for
more than one class. This is academic dishonesty/ plagiarism and will result in an F for the
assignment.
again
to
and
also
then
equally
identically
uniquely
like
as
too
moreover
as well as
together with
of course
likewise
comparatively
correspondingly
similarly
furthermore
additionally
in other words
to put it differently
for one thing
as an illustration
in this case
for this reason
to put it another way
that is to say
with attention to
by all means
notably
including
like
to be sure
namely
chiefly
truly
indeed
certainly
surely
in fact
in general
in particular
in detail
to demonstrate
to emphasize
to repeat
to clarify
to explain
to enumerate
important to realize
another key point
first thing to remember
most compelling evidence
must be remembered
point often overlooked
on the negative side
on the positives ide
markedly
especially
specifically
expressively
surprisingly
frequently
significantly
such as
for example
for instance
to point out
with this in mind
Linking Words – A complete List – Sorted by categories
Effect / Result /
Consequence
in the first place
not only … but also
as a matter of fact
in like manner
in addition
coupled with
in the same fashion / way
first, second, third
in the light of
not to mention
to say nothing of
equally important
by the same token
as a result
under those circumstances
in that case
for this reason
henceforth
for
thus
because the
then
hence
consequently
therefore
thereupon
forthwith
accordingly
although this may be true
in contrast
different from
of course …, but
on the other hand
on the contrary
at the same time
in spite of
even so / though
be that as it may
then again
above all
in reality
after all
but
(and) still
unlike
or
(and) yet
while
albeit
besides
as much as
even though
although
instead
whereas
despite
conversely
otherwise
however
rather
nevertheless
nonetheless
regardless
notwithstanding
in the event that
granted (that)
as / so long as
on (the) condition (that)
for the purpose of
with this intention
with this in mind
in the hope that
to the end that
for fear that
in order to
seeing / being that
in view of
if
… then
unless
in case
provided that
given that
only / even if
so that
so as to
owing to
due to
Cause / Condition / Purpose
Examples / Support / Emphasis
Agreement / Addition / Similarity
Transition Words and Phrases
Opposition / Limitation / Contradiction
Linking Words – A complete list of Transition Words & Conjunctions also called Cohesive Devices – Connecting Words
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when
whenever
since
while
because of
as
since
while
lest
inasmuch as
at the present time
from time to time
sooner or later
at the same time
up to the present time
to begin with
in due time
until now
as soon as
as long as
in the meantime
in a moment
without delay
in the first place
all of a sudden
at this instant
after
later
last
until
till
since
then
before
hence
henceforth
whenever
eventually
meanwhile
further
during
first, second
in time
prior to
forthwith
straightaway
immediately
quickly
finally
formerly
suddenly
shortly
Time / Chronology / Sequence
adjacent to
opposite to
when
once
about
next
now
now that
Conclusion / Summary /
Restatement
further
beyond
nearby
wherever
around
before
alongside
amid
among
beneath
beside
behind
across
as can be seen
generally speaking
in the final analysis
all things considered
as shown above
in the long run
given these points
as has been noted
in a word
for the most part
after all
in fact
in summary
in conclusion
in short
in brief
in essence
to summarize
on balance
altogether
than
rather than
whether
as much as
whereas
Comparison
That
Rel.Pro.
what
whatever
which
whichever
though
although
even though
while
Concession
Who
Rel.Adj.
whoever
whom
whomever
whose
where Place
wherever
by the time
whenever
if
Condition
only if
unless
until
provided that
assuming that
even if
in case (that)
lest
instantly
presently
occasionally
as . . . as
just as . . . so
both . . . and
hardly . . . when
scarcely . . . when
Linking Words – A complete List – Sorted by categories
overall
ordinarily
usually
by and large
to sum up
on the whole
in any event
in either case
all in all
Conjunctions
Subordinating
here
there
next
where
from
over
near
above
below
down
up
under
between
Correlative
in the middle
to the left/right
in front of
on this side
in the distance
here and there
in the foreground
in the background
in the center of
Coordinating
Space / Location / Place
Linking Words – A complete list of Transition Words & Conjunctions also called Cohesive Devices – Connecting Words
after
as long as
as soon as
before
by the time
now that
once
since
till
until
when
whenever
while
Time
how
Manner
as though
as if
because
since
so that
in order (that)
why
Reason
either . . . or
neither . . . nor
what with . . . and
whether . . . or
not only . . . but also
no sooner . . . than
rather . . . than
if . . . then
not . . . but
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For
And
Nor
But
Or
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