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Narration and the Importance of a Single Reading

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A Charlotte Mason Moment

“I have already spoken of the importance of a single reading. If a child is not able to narrate what he has read once, let him not get the notion that he may, or that he must, read it again. A look of slight regret because there is a gap in his knowledge will convict him.”

(Home Education by Charlotte M. Mason Vol. 1, pp. 229, 230)

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