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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   |   6 Comments

Narration is the practice of "telling back" what you've seen or heard.  This is one of the easiest and most effective evaluation methods there is. If your child hears something and narrates over what she's read or heard, you'll instantly know how well she understood...

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