Writing & Rhetoric Book 3: Narrative II Package

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Grades: 4-6

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Publisher: Classical Academic Press

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Used Fable and Narrative I successfully: uses classical stories, enough variety to prevent student boredom, includes elocution, and more
Melissa C on Apr 2, 2019
Saw this in the Rainbow Resource catalog, loved how it was described.
Jenifer K on Oct 8, 2018
Used Fable and Narrative I successfully: uses classical stories, enough variety to prevent student boredom, includes elocution, and more
Melissa C on Apr 2, 2019
From the website of Classical Academic Press, this is the appropriate level to start a middle school student who is not yet at the level of writing a six paragraph essay.
Ruth S on Mar 8, 2019
Saw this in the Rainbow Resource catalog, loved how it was described.
Jenifer K on Oct 8, 2018
My son finally loves writing! We have been doing writing & rhetoric for a year now and love it.
Andrea S on Mar 25, 2018
We have been using Michael Clay Thompson Language Arts this year, but my son asked to go back to Writing and Rhetoric for the writing portion. He likes MCT for grammar much better than First Language Lessons, but said Writing and Rhetoric was a more interesting writing curriculum than MCT. He said he misses the fables and other stories. If he is asking for Writing and Rhetoric, we will switch back immediately.
User on Feb 17, 2018
I used the first book with my daughter and have the second, but I think she needs the third (she's in 5th grade). So I will use this book with my son, who is in 3rd.
Karen M on Jan 6, 2018
I've used Books 1-2 and want to continue with the program.
Michelle T on Dec 20, 2017
My reluctant writer is doing very well with the first two books of the series. It has great instruction.
Amber M on Dec 13, 2017
This is an excellent writing program that our children actually enjoy.
User on Sep 8, 2017
Homeschool
Christy L on Aug 21, 2017
We want a creative and fun writing curriculum and hope this fits the bill!
Nadeen C on Jun 4, 2017
W&R's samples look beautiful, with very positive reviews. I need a gentle program to entice my 11 year-old son to get writing. I had him take a look and he decided on this one. He said it looked "fun and nice." For him to say such a thing about a writing program is just *incredible!* I'm sooo hoping this will be it!
Patricia on Apr 24, 2017
We absolutely love this writing curriculum! I have tried many writing products and was not satisfied. My children do not dread writing class now (and neither do I)!
Alicia M on Jan 30, 2017
7th grader reading and writing essentials.
Susan A on Aug 31, 2016
Looking for a different writing curriculum
Erin S on Jul 27, 2016
From the website of Classical Academic Press, this is the appropriate level to start a middle school student who is not yet at the level of writing a six paragraph essay.
Ruth S on Mar 8, 2019
My son finally loves writing! We have been doing writing & rhetoric for a year now and love it.
Andrea S on Mar 25, 2018
I have a 6th grader - which writing and rhetoric package should I start with? Will they understand the terms that serve as the foundation if they jump in at grade level?
User on Feb 4, 2017
BEST ANSWER: We started when my daughter was in third at the beginning. Here is what W&R's website says:

Q: Where do I place my student in the Writing & Rhetoric series?
A: Placement in Writing & Rhetoric has to do with the student’s current experience in writing. We first suggest looking through the Table of Contents found in each of the Writing & Rhetoric samples available on our website. Reading through both these and the sample lessons will help you determine a good starting level for your student.
If you have a student in 4th–7th grade and are considering Writing & Rhetoric, the initial identifier of placement is to evaluate whether your student can acknowledge the 5 W’s (who, what, when, where, why) in an essay or is comfortable writing six-paragraph essays. If not, we recommend looking at Book 3: Narrative II. Starting here will provide review from the first two books in the series, as well as more age-appropriate material with longer stories and more thoughtful questions in the lessons.
If your student is confidently working through the two skills mentioned above, we would then suggest looking through Book 5: Refutation and Confirmation. In this book, students begin to support a cause or refute it. This is the beginning mark of persuasive writing (pre-thesis work) and helps them to begin research for an idea they will support in an essay.
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