Article Index

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Books, Conventions, Curricula, Dictation, Great Books, History, Jessie Wise, Memorization, Narration, Networking, Outlining, Reading, Research Paper, Rhetoric, Self-Education, Susan Wise Bauer, Well-Trained Mind Samples, Writing, Thinking Skills, Organization and Methods

Books
Our Favorite Books
Our Readers’ Favorite Books
The Story of the World: History for the Classical Child
The Story of the World: Curriculum/Activity Guide I
The Well-Educated Mind

Conventions
Convention Workshop Outlines & Handouts
Speaking Schedule

Curricula
Charlotte Mason and Classical Education
How to Read a Review
The Classical Side of Charlotte Mason
The Joy of Classical Education
Thoughts on Catherine Levison
Thoughts on Karen Andreola
Thoughts on Unit Studies
What Is Classical Education?
What Is Home Schooling?
Why Our Model of Classical Education May Look Different

Daily Life
A Day at Our House: Classical Education (Plus Baby)

School At My House: Typical Home School Days

Dictation
Dictation With Ben (An Actual Session)

Great Books
Great Books: A Defense and the (Inevitable) List

History
A Classical Approach to History
History Resources: Starting Places
Using History as the Center of the Curriculum
The Story of the World: History for the Classical Child
The Story of the World: Curriculum/Activity Guide I
One Homeschooler’s Movie/Documentary Recommendations for The Story of the World, Volume 1

Jessie Wise
Jessie Wise’s Biography

Memorization
Memorization Without Pain
Poetry Memorization: Methods and Resources

Narration
Tips for Narration

Networking
Canada Page
Gallery of Home School Work
Message Boards

Organization
A Neutral Education? The Well-Trained Mind and Christianity
Another Method of Scheduling: The File Box System
Charlotte Mason and Classical Education
Classical Schooling with Multiple Ages: Suggestions, Recommendations, and a Useful (We Hope) Chart
Encouraging Your Child to Work
Following the Classical Pattern with More than One Child (briefer version of article above)
Home Education Magazines Online
How Does Your Co-op Grow?
Introducing WTM Methods Gradually
Questions Homeschoolers Ask
Schedules (Or: When to Ignore The Well-Trained Mind)
Starting in the Middle: Beginning Classical Education with an Older Child (Or Anytime After First Grade)

Outlining
Outlining Resources

Reading
Games to Play with Phonics
The Good Reader: Teaching Reading from Birth On
Guidance in Reading and Writing
Why Whole Language Seems to Work for Some Children

Research Paper
Tackling the Research Paper, Part I
Tackling the Research Paper, Part II
Tackling the Research Paper, Part III
Tackling the Research Paper, Part IV

Rhetoric
Resources for Teaching Rhetoric

Self Education
A Checklist for Self Education
Educating Ourselves: Classical Education for Adults

Susan Wise Bauer
Susan Wise Bauer’s Biography
Susan Wise Bauer’s Professional Home Page
Essays

Thinking
Reactive and Reflective Thinking: What’s the Difference?

WTM
Sample Chapters: The Well-Trained Mind
Sample Resource Lists: The Well-Trained Mind
Table of Contents: The Well-Trained Mind

Writing
Suggestions for Elementary Writing
What About Journaling? (Or, My Child Hates His Journal)
Why Do Copywork and Dictation?
Guidance in Reading and Writing

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