retelling


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re·tell·ing

 (rē-tĕl′ĭng)
n.
A new account or an adaptation of a story: a retelling of a Roman myth.

retelling

(ˌriːˈtɛlɪŋ)
n
a new version
Translations

retelling

[ˌriːˈtɛlɪŋ] n [story] (in a new form)adaptation f
References in classic literature ?
In the retelling of it I have left out most of the history.
The very ethos of Retold is to start retelling the story and there is a real 'green factor' about shopping with us [for example, we use recycled paper shopping bags for all purchases].
Children then orally recorded their retelling of the story in Seesaw.
Philip Edwards inspired retelling of Sir Thomas Malory's classic King Arthur saga is distinctively illustrated by Adam Horsepool in this picture book edition of "King Arthur", the newest addition to the outstanding Flowerpot Press '10 Minute Classic' series.
A useful Cast of Characters and list of Words to Know precede this very decent retelling of what is possibly one of ancient Egypt's less well-known stories.
Showcasing developmentally appropriate curriculum strategies, "Beyond the Flannel Board" demystifies the story retelling experience for teachers of young children by identifying effective, intentional teaching and learning practices and providing a variety of examples for integrating story retelling activities across the curriculum for building skills in social-emotional development, numbers, STEM, and more.
The White Cat and the Monk: A Retelling of the Poem "Pangur Ban"
Cinderella seems to be particularly perfect for retelling, it seems.
A retelling of the classic tale about the race between the tortoise and the hare.
Telling and retelling stories and facts are behavioral repertoires that are constantly recruited in people's lives: people ask each other about their days, make conversation about facts that occurred in their lives, and create fictional stories to entertain other people (McCabe, Bliss, Barra, & Bennett, 2008; Stein, 1982).
Others may protest that retelling and appropriation do violence to the original.
The singer will join presenter Fern Britton in Bents Park, South Shields, for the modern retelling of the Passion story, which is to be broadcast live on BBC1 on Good Friday, April 18.