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    Classical Composition I Paraphrases

    Am I incorrect that the video and the book ask for different paraphrases? The video series for this asks for an inversion; telling the story backwards. The book asks for reduction. Is there some place on the video that addresses reduction paraphrases?

    Thanks!

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    Re: Classical Composition I Paraphrases

    Hello.

    I think we changed this in the book because we felt that an inversion was too hard for the first lesson. Reduction is much easier. But you can really do either one. You will practice both throughout the course. Unfortunately, we can't fix the dvd without getting Brett back here. I would certainly take him if he wanted to come, but he seems dedicated to the ministry. Cheryl Lowe always said, "You can't mess with that call to the ministry" whenever we lost a good teacher to ministry.

    Tanya

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      Re: Classical Composition I Paraphrases

      Thank you for your quick response.

      Is there additional instruction for teaching a reduction style of paraphrase, either elsewhere on the video or in the books?

      Thanks again

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