Charlotte Mason Reading

CM’s methods are knit together.  The work done in spelling, picture study, and copywork contributes toward building the skills of attention and retention needed for reading longer and longer passages in a single sitting while grasping the essentials and being able to narrate them immediately, then days later, and then weeks later.  HEre’s a great summary of how to work on all those things and more, and the pitfalls to avoid.

When it comes to narration, there are also pitfalls to avoid, and useful tips to implementing narration fully.  You will find several here on my blog, on websites for CM’s methods all over the internet, and in this post on Karen Andreola’s blog.

Have you only discovered CM’s methods when your student is already a teen?  Here are some helpful ideas for implementing CM’s methods with older students.  Here are some more.

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