I designed a narration resource back in June and wanted to give it a little facelift for you. I am linking it below. Narration is the “art of knowing” and retelling what you have learned after reading something. You can retell a reading in spoken words, in written words, or in another creative way. My aim in designing this matrix is to give you ideas in the case of brain cramp. We all get those at the most convenient moments, don’t we?
I want to bless you with three years’ worth of book recommendations. Each selection is carefully chosen based on the criteria for a living book.
A living book:
- is written in narrative form by someone who is passionate about his or her subject
- fires the emotions
- ignites the imagination
- is well-written
- is written more like a chat with an expert in her field of expertise!
*90% of the books on my lists are living books. I denote the books that do not meet living book status, because there are some. I think you’ll love all of them, though. You can use them in any way you’d like. The content areas for the three Classical Conversations Cycles are present here in every book list. Enjoy, friends!
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