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It's Here! British Literature: a Study of British Writers

  |   Books!, Curriculum, Language Arts, Lesson Plan, Teaching High School, Teaching History, Teaching Writing   |   No comment

It’s here! Epi Kardia’s brand new British Literature course is now available! This seismic 113 page high school curriculum incorporates the best of British Literature, with a special emphasis on the Victorian Age.  The classic works utilized in this curriculum include: --Beowulf translated by Seamus...

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basic habit training

Basic Habit Training-Charlotte Mason Mondays

  |   Charlotte Mason Mondays, Christian Parenting, Curriculum, Parenting/Homeschooling in General, Teaching Elementary School, Time Mangagement   |   8 Comments

This post contains affiliate links to books we've read and loved. Should you buy any of these books, we'll receive a few cents, although it won't increase your cost.  Thank you!   Charlotte Mason talks over and over again about the importance of basic habit training. She...

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