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How to teach narration

How to Teach Narration – Charlotte Mason Mondays

  |   Charlotte Mason Mondays, Curriculum, Language Arts, Teaching - all grades, Teaching Elementary School, Teaching Middle School   |   8 Comments

Narrating is an art, like poetry-making or painting, because it is there, in every child's mind, waiting to be discovered, and is not the result of any process of disciplinary education.   --Charlotte Mason Before you learn how to teach narration, you have to understand living...

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picture study for older students

Picture Study for Older Students – Charlotte Mason Mondays

  |   Charlotte Mason Mondays, Curriculum, Lesson Plan, Picture Study, Teaching High School, Teaching Middle School   |   7 Comments

Although not addressed directly in Charlotte Mason’s original Homeschooling Series, picture study for older students is just as valuable as for our younger ones.  Through consistent observation and enjoyment of a variety of artists’ work in the younger years, some middle school and high school students are...

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