Category Archives: narration

School Narration

Eothen by Alexander Kinglake He arrived in Cairo, where the plague was running rampant Before he got to the city gates, though, he was met by a Frenchman who tried to convince him not to go into the city, because then he would be “compromised.” But Kinglake was not to be dissuaded, and went to […]

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Charlotte Mason, Children, and Teachers

This is the sort of post that tends to get me in trouble because people get a little upset with me and make snide remarks about ‘purists.’ So you’re probably wondering why I’m posting it anyway. Sometimes my love for correct answers gets the better of me. I like accuracy, and if that makes me […]

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Multiple Choices

Mulitple choice questions are just about the easiest test questions possible- unless you don’t know the right question: Choose the correct answer:A. “Lady Susan”B. “Sanditon”C. “The Watsons”D. “First Impressions” You really need to know the question to choose the right answer. Most of our readers are free to make various choices as they supervise the […]

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Shakespeare Narration from the FYB

Valentines and Profeus was friends. And Profeus loved a beautiful lady.(the Boy wrinkles his nose in disgust and continues) He was so in love with her that that is the end of my narration. Valentine and Proteus appear in Shakespeare’s Two Gentlemen of Verona Share! Blog this! Recommend on Facebook Share with Stumblers Tweet about […]

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Narration of “The Holy War” by John Bunyan

I must confess that I was not expecting to absolutely love this book; I thought it would be good but not that good. I love it! Mansoul is a town in the region Universe. It was built by the great Shaddai to give him pleasure and glory; it has tall walls, a beautiful palace, and […]

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