Review the essay draft that you crafted in LP5: Narrative Essay and post it here. Refer to page 102 in Mosaics to see the list of common transitions. If you haven’t already done so, write transition sentences between your paragraphs. Refer to the student essay on pages 106-108 in Mosaics, “The Learning Curve,” to see examples of transitions in an essay. Read one other student’s submission and choose one of his or her transition sentences and propose an alternative transition sentence. For example, see below: [transition sentences with transitions in bold] “Essentially, people can learn about life from almost anything they do. They just have to be willing to do so. Now, when I take risks, I think about what I will learn.” Below are possible replacements: “Basically, people can learn about life from almost anything they do. They just have to be willing to do so. Today, when I take risks, I think about what I will learn.”img010.jpgimg010.jpgimg012.jpgimg013.jpg LP5NarrativeEssay-23.docimg008.jpg