1Togo Posted January 30, 2012 Share Posted January 30, 2012 (edited) Cleo, When we were working with Fable and Narrative, I talked to the author, and in the Fable stage, he allows students to change the characters and setting. In the Narrative stage, he asks for a faithful retelling of the narrative, which is like the narrative retellings in Homer. The two curriculum are similar in that respect. Also, the narratives in the CC Narrative book are more complex, so changing characters and setting would be confusing for the target audience. I wanted to add this for anyone following this thread. CW Homer is a bit more challenging than CC because it requires more copia work and deeper analysis of the narratives. However, the actual writing in CC Fable and Narrative is the same as CW Aesop/Homer, so the transition from CC to CW, for those who plan to do that, will be easy. Edited January 30, 2012 by 1Togo Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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