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A Charlotte Mason companion : personal reflections on the gentle art of learning

Author: Karen Andreola
Publisher: Elkton, Md. : Charlotte Mason Research & Supply, ©1998.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This long-awaited book on Charlotte Mason's philosophy by well-known speaker and columnist Karen Andreola provides a wealth of insight, practical advice, and narratives illustrating how the ideas of the famed turn-of-the-century educator actually works in "real life""--Page 4 of cover.
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Genre/Form: Nonfiction
Named Person: Charlotte M Mason; Charlotte M Mason
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Karen Andreola
ISBN: 1889209023 9781889209029
OCLC Number: 39021252
Description: 384 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Foreword to the original home schooling series --
Preface --
What drew me to a Charlotte Mason education --
A living God for a living education / Dean Andreola --
What is education? --
Education is a science of relations --
Self-education --
The atmosphere of home --
Bickerings --
A page from my journal --
The happiness of habit --
The way of the will --
Inconstant kitty --
Living books --
How we use whole books --
Narration: The art of knowing --
Tips on narration --
More queries about narration --
Teaching composition --
Kernels of wisdom --
Reading by sound and sight --
The three period lesson --
Vocabulary --
The servant spelling --
Simply grammar --
Hero-admiration as a factor in education --
Picture study --
Music appreciation --
Greek myth --
Once upon a time --
fact or fairy tales --
Approach to poetry --
Shakespeare: A mother's secret resource --
Charles Dickens from a mother's point of view --
History --
Nature study --
Nature for city children --
Neighborhood nature study --
Magnanimity and enthusiasm --
Picnics any time at all --
Sumer senses for country folk --
Ready, set go! --
Old-fashioned sand play --
Autumn diversions --
Snowflakes and black velvet --
Victorian lace or favorite lace edging --
School motto --
A new grading method: motivation by admiration, hope and love --
Mother culture --
Charlotte Mason support groups, then and now --
Two testimonies: Mrs. Brown and Mrs. White tell their stories --
Parting words.
Responsibility: Karen Andreola.

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"This long-awaited book on Charlotte Mason's philosophy by well-known speaker and columnist Karen Andreola provides a wealth of insight, practical advice, and narratives illustrating how the ideas of the famed turn-of-the-century educator actually works in "real life""--Page 4 of cover.

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