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Charlotte Mason: A Liberal Education for All

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  1. Lectures
    Lecture 1: Introduction to Charlotte Mason: Biography, Part 1 (Preview Content)
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  2. Lecture 2: Introduction to Charlotte Mason: Biography, Part 2 (Preview Content)
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  3. Lecture 3: Charlotte Mason and the Classical Tradition
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  4. Lecture 4: Children as Persons
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  5. Lecture 5: The Three Instruments of Education: Introduction
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  6. Lecture 6: Education is an Atmosphere
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  7. Lecture 7: Atmosphere: Aesthetics and Relationships
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  8. Lecture 8: Education is a Discipline
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  9. Lecture 9: A Method for Habit Training
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  10. Lecture 10: Narration and the Habit of Attention
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  11. Lecture 11: Education is a Life: Living Ideas
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  12. Lecture 12: Structuring Lessons: The Narration-Trivium Lesson
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  13. Lecture 13: Applying Narration across the Subjects
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  14. Lecture 14: Education is the Science of Relations
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  15. Lecture 15: Life-giving Studies: Nature Study, Artist Study, Compose Study and Poet Study
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  16. Lecture 16: A Liberal Education for All
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  17. End of Course Test
    End of Course Test
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  • What is meant by Charlotte Mason’s idea that education is an atmosphere, a discipline, and a life?  What is meant by each of these three instruments of education?
  • Does your school or home education room have a Christian atmosphere pervading it?