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More Charlotte Mason Education: A Home Schooling How-To Manual


More Charlotte Mason Education: A Home Schooling How-To Manual

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Publisher: Champion Press

Author: Catherine Levison

List Price: $13.95

Ages: Adult

Reviewed By: Kelly Crespin

More Charlotte Mason Education is a continuation of sorts of Catherine Levison’s first book titled A Charlotte Mason Education. In Ms. Levison’s first book the basic Charlotte Mason theories are explained in brief detail. The bulk of that book covers ways to use the Charlotte Mason method of education with each subject throughout the day. Basic weekly schedules are provided as examples and the reader is given the general idea of how to use the methods with each subject, with each child, and with the family as a whole.

In Catherine Levison’s second book, More Charlotte Mason Education, these concepts are more deeply explored and many questions answered. While the book does begin with chapters titled, “Charlotte Mason the Person”, and “An Overview of the Charlotte Mason Method”, the bulk of the book assumes the reader does know a little bit about the Charlotte Mason method. The chapters included in this book are:
  • What are the Liberal Arts?
  • How Short Lessons are Applied
  • Segment Planning
  • Keeping a Century Book
  • A Sample Term
  • Curriculum Choosing
  • High School
  • Coping Strategies
  • Book Selection
  • Charlotte Mason Method in the Classroom
  • Questions and Answers
    (this section includes advice on topics ranging from learning styles and frugal home schooling to drilling and support groups)
Included in the back of the book is a section titled, “For Further Study” and, as is true with the first book, this contains sample schedules for different age groups. It also includes several book and supply lists - supplies needed (such as calculators, a microscope, watercolors and 3-ring binders), basic books (such as a dictionary, an atlas, and a poetry anthology), literature.

This is a wonderful book to have on hand if your family hopes to use the Charlotte Mason method of education, but I would recommend reading this book after reading A Charlotte Mason Education.
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Available From: Champion Press, Ltd.
Address: 8689 N. Port Washington Road #329, Milwaukee, WI
Phone: 262.692.3897
Other Notes: available in bookstores
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Kelly Crespin
Kelly Crespin has her BS in Elementary Education and a MS in Gifted and Talented Education. She now homeschools her daughters, writes test questions for standardized tests, and runs scrapbookinghomeschoolers, which is a Yahoo Groups list for those who enjoy both pursuits - scrapbooking and homeschooling.
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