In the Narrative Stage, students continue to build invention skills as well as the ability to engage the imagination of an audience. They master the structures of thought that originate narratives and learn to create recognition by using figures of description. They develop the ability to communicate the same idea using a variety of words, sentence structures, and various perspectives.
Ease of use for student and teacher
Reinforcement and repetition of Fable skills
Builds confidence in young writers
- Skills of narrative invention
Facility with language
Flexibility in perspective
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