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Course 3: Practice of Scholé
Lesson 1: Morning Time (Preview Content)3 Topics|1 Quiz
Lesson 2: Discussion of Morning Time (Preview Content)2 Topics
Lesson 3: Reading Aloud3 Topics|1 Quiz
Lesson 4: Poetry3 Topics|1 Quiz
Lesson 5: Discussion of Narration3 Topics
Lesson 6: Intro to Liturgical Learning3 Topics|1 Quiz
Lesson 7: Scholé Lunches3 Topics|1 Quiz
Lesson 8: Discussion of Scholé Lunches3 Topics
End of Course Test: Course 3: Practice of ScholéEnd of Course Test: Course 3: Practice of Scholé1 Quiz
Lesson 5, Topic 2
Outline of Session
Questions & Timestamps:
- (00:30) Narration in its simplest form is telling something back in your own words.
- (02:24) How do you view narration and how to you use it in your homes and in your communities?
- (05:15) How do you start out with narration and what does it grow to look like as they get closer to high school?
- (11:23) For the homeschool mom or the teacher in a homeschool community who has not done narration before, what can we do to help older students do narration (when they haven’t done it before)?
- (14:30) Three ways to treat a narratio in classical rhetoric.
- (15:25) Composition is coaching. It is not an equation.
- (18:10) It’s a good time or a good story.