Process over Product

If you’re familiar with some of the main points of a Charlotte Mason education, then you’ve probably heard or read a little about narration. Narration is the act of telling or retelling what is seen, heard and understood as it relates to the interaction with a lesson, a literary work, an art piece, a song, the natural world and more. Narrating also notably underscores Ms. Mason’s belief that “Children are born persons” (V6). This belief is important, because it recognizes that children exist as individual human beings, with their own personal thoughts and feelings –a mind of their own. We know this as well from Mason’s sixth volume in her Home Education series where she writes: “If we have n

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