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Teaching Middle School Tag

vocabulary studies and Charlotte Mason

Vocabulary Studies and Charlotte Mason

  |   Charlotte Mason Mondays, Language Arts, Lesson Plan, Teaching Elementary School, Teaching Writing   |   No comment

An extensive knowledge of the exact meanings of English words accompanies outstanding success in this country more often than any other single characteristic we have been able to isolate and measure. ---Research Scientist Johnson O’Connor An extensive vocabulary is a valuable tool that will help your...

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King Alfred's English

King Alfred’s English: a History of the Language We Speak – a Must-read!

  |   Books!, British History, Language Arts, Teaching High School, Teaching History, Teaching Middle School   |   No comment

King Alfred's English: A History of the Language We Speak and Why We Should Be Glad We Do is a homeschooling mom's dream.  It includes European and Bible history, etymology, literature and geography - all in one captivating book!  Not only does this excellent read neatly incorporate several...

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