The Missing Ingredient in Reading Instruction
Many children—even those homeschooled—struggle with reading. It need not be so. Without certain oral language experiences, a child will struggle to read and write. Discover what those experiences are and significantly increase your child’s reading comprehension, vocabulary retention and writing ability. Charlotte Mason knew the secret to a high level of reading ability. She valued orality and used narration, recitation, and reading aloud as the primary means of self-education.
- Learn the five essential oral language experiences necessary for your child.
- Explore Charlotte Mason’s teachings on speaking and listening, and the applications for today.
- Discover 10 easy things you can do right away to increase oral expression in your homeschool.
- Explore the thinking behind orality and why understanding it can make a big difference in your homeschool.