In today’s episode, Brandy, Mystie, and Pam have a conversation that gives you the low-down on narration. It’s not so much about the how as it is about the why.
With that said, we ask for your patience with the sound. We had some trouble with Mystie’s microphone, and we couldn’t get rid of all the static in the editing process. We hope the fun and good ideas in this episode will help you forgive us for the momentary decline in quality!
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Listen to the podcast:
- Scholé RDA
- Vittorino da Feltre and Other Humanist Educators by William Woodward
- ((total slacker))
- The Living Page by Laurie Bestvater
- Topical Discussion: The Low-Down on Narration
- The Seven Laws of Teaching by John Milton Gregory
- Little House on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder
- Your Morning Basket episode with Sonya Shafer
- Reading Aloud to Another Person Boost Recall by University of Montreal
- A Learning Secret: Don’t Take Notes with a Laptop from Scientific American
- Writing and Rhetoric from Classical Academic Press
- Dorothy Mills books
- Plutarch guides by Anne White
- The Story of the Greeks by H.A. Guerber
- Introductory Logic
- Some Notes on Narration by G.F. Husband
- The Confident Homeschooler by Pam Barnhill
- Nitty Gritty Homeschool Question
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