Flow, Transitions, Coherence @ Paragraph Level

When people talk about Flow, Transitions, Coherence at the paragraph level, they are generally addressing how well paragraphs relate to other paragraphs.

Flow, Coherence, Unity are stylistic terms people use to describe how well a rhetor stays on a single topic.

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Flow, Coherence, Unity are stylistic terms used by people to describe

  • how well a rhetor develops a single topic before moving on to a new topic
  • how well a rhetor relates elements of discourse within a text (e.g., sentences or paragraphs) to other elements of discourse within the same text (i.e., other sentences or paragraphs) and the topic.