Steps to Study this Principle
Note: All the study steps are available below.. just scroll down!
- Watch Rachel’s “Principle Overview” video
- Watch Amy’s “Special Needs Considerations” video
- Download your free Study Guide
- Read or listen to relevant chapter from Charlotte Mason’s Volumes (if you have time.. we know you are busy!)
- Answer the study questions below
Step 1: Principle Overview by Rachel Lebowitz
Step 2: Special Needs Considerations for this Principle by Amy Bodkin, EdS
(video available on 2/06/22)
Step 3: Download Your FREE Study Guide
Step 4: Read or listen to the relevant chapter
If you don’t own Volume 6, you can download the FREE PDF Study Guide in Step #3. It includes the chapter reading and the study questions for this Principle. Or you can simply listen to audio of this chapter.
If you’d like to have the whole Volume 6 book, you can purchase The Annotated Edition of Volume 6 here (published by A Charlotte Mason Plenary).
Step 5: Study Questions
The following study questions are also listed in the 20 Principles Study Guide.
- What was your first reaction when you read this Principle?
- Does the historical context change the way you view this Principle?
- How does the idea that a child is a ‘born person’ interact with this Principle?
- What quotes from Chapter 3 stood out to you?
- Have you been able to identify any good inclinations or bad inclinations in your child? Can you identify your own good inclinations or bad inclinations?
- How might you help your child to develop his or her good inclinations?
- How might you help your child to lessen his or her bad inclinations?