In this initial Fable stage students look at a single story or idea and begin learning how to use words to engage the imagination of the audience. They master the structures of thought or ideas that go into a narrative and learn to create recognition by using figures of description. Students learn to restructure facts and tell the same story or idea. They also discover that words are symbols representing ideas and as writers they can communicate the same idea using a variety of words and sentence structures.
Ease of use for student and teacher
Reinforcement and repetition of grammar facts
Builds confidence in young writers
|Narrative Teacher’s Manual||2001||$29.95|
|Narrative Student’s Workbook||2002||$19.95|
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