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Charlotte Mason composition

Charlotte Mason Blog Carnival – Topic: Composition

  |   Books!, Charlotte Mason Blog Carnival, Charlotte Mason Mondays, Composer Study, Curriculum, Hands on Activities, Language Arts, Lesson Plan, Music Study, Teaching - all grades   |   8 Comments

  Teaching composition the "Charlotte Mason way" is not formally teaching it at all. Rather, it is relying upon her methods, including the reading of great literature,  then having students provide various types of narrations and dictation. The reference from Volume 6 pertaining to this topic is...

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