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Through weekly conversations, three moms who have studied the Charlotte Mason method of education and put her ideas into practice in their homes join together to share with one another for the benefit of listeners by giving explanations of Mason's principles and examples of those principles put into practice out of their own teaching experience. These short discussions aim at providing information, support, and encouragement for others by unfolding the myriad aspects.

Through weekly conversations, three moms who have studied the Charlotte Mason method of education and put her ideas into practice in their homes join together to share with one another for the benefit of listeners by giving explanations of Mason's principles and examples of those principles put into practice out of their own teaching experience. These short discussions aim at providing information, support, and encouragement for others by unfolding the myriad aspects.
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Through weekly conversations, three moms who have studied the Charlotte Mason method of education and put her ideas into practice in their homes join together to share with one another for the benefit of listeners by giving explanations of Mason's principles and examples of those principles put into practice out of their own teaching experience. These short discussions aim at providing information, support, and encouragement for others by unfolding the myriad aspects.

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Episodes

Episode 138: Teaching Foreign Language

9/14/2018
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This Charlotte Mason podcast episode addresses the teaching of foreign language. Becca Buslovich tackles commonly asked questions, shares resources, and inspires us to make our foreign language lessons effective and delightful.

Duration:00:27:10

Episode 137: Children's Favorite Lesson Books

9/7/2018
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This weeks Charlotte Mason podcast episode is all about our children’s involvement with books. We have interviewed the children to hear their first hand reasons for why they like the books they like. Enjoy listening and getting ready for a new school year.

Duration:00:18:25

Episode 136: Elementary Algebra Immersion Lesson

8/31/2018
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A Delectable Education Charlotte Mason podcast presents another immersion lesson in this episode. Richele Baburina, author of "Mathematics: An Instrument for Living Teaching" and math curriculum being produced by Simply Charlotte Mason, is the teacher and Nicole Williams her student in an early algebra lesson. Enjoy the process of a full lesson as well as discussion of some of the ways to make algebra a success with your student.

Duration:00:39:42

Episode 135: Shakespeare Immersion Lesson

8/17/2018
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This Charlotte Mason podcast episode is a live Shakespeare lesson. Open your own copy of Coriolanus if you wish and listen and follow along with Emily, Liz, and Nicole as they conduct a lesson and have a brief discussion of some of the teacher's concerns in Shakespeare lessons.

Duration:00:28:37

Episode 134: Form II French Immersion Lesson

8/3/2018
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This Charlotte Mason podcast demonstrates a form II French lesson. Listen to how grammar and narration are incorporated. Find accompanying pictures on the website to help you follow along.

Duration:00:27:54

Episode 133: Nature Walk Immersion

7/27/2018
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This week's Charlotte Mason podcast is a recorded nature walk with Nicole Williams and seven-year-old Henry, Liz's grandson. Tag along and listen as they explore Henry's backyard on a cold March afternoon.

Duration:00:20:56

Episode 132: Form IA Nature Lore and Object Lesson Immersion

7/13/2018
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This Charlotte Mason podcast episode is another immersion lesson experience. Nicole Williams teaches seven-year-old Henry two lessons in this episode: first a nature lore lesson, then guids him an object lesson.

Duration:00:18:37

Episode 131: Scouting

7/6/2018
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This Charlotte Mason podcast episode concerns an important pursuit in education outside of "school" lessons: scouting. Emily, Nicole, and Liz discuss how scouting became part of the child's experience in the P.N.E.U. and what possibilities it holds for children in our century.

Duration:00:29:14

Episode 130: Form IA Pilgrim's Progress Immersion Lesson

6/29/2018
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This Charlotte Mason podcast episode is an immersion lesson for second and third grade literature. Specifically, this is the one literature book Mason never diverted from: Pilgrim's Progress.

Duration:00:26:24

Episode 129: Form I French Immersion Lesson

6/15/2018
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Charlotte Mason began foreign language study the first year of school and this podcast is a demonstration of two kinds of lessons in the First Form (first through third grade). Becca Buslovich steps in as the teacher in this immersion lesson, one who is not a native speaker or expert in French herself, to encourage parents who have little or no proficiency to equip themselves to teach their children in foreign language instruction.

Duration:00:26:30

Episode 128: Form I Bible Immersion Lesson

6/1/2018
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This Charlotte Mason podcast is the first in our summer series of immersion lessons. Listen in while Emily teaches a Bible lesson and Liz and Nicole narrate in a simulated lesson, and afterward as they discuss some particulars relevant to Bible lessons for elementary children.

Duration:00:21:57

Episode 127: Listener Q&A #27

5/25/2018
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This podcast episode addresses listener questions on applying the philosophy and method of Charlotte Mason. When do we teach typing? How to form good habits when disorder reigns? What to do with an only child? are today's discussion questions.

Duration:00:23:36

Episode 126: Charlotte Mason Fathers

5/18/2018
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This Charlotte Mason education podcast episode is a group interview with a most significant and influential person in a child's life: the fathers. Emily's husband, Jono Kiser, discusses with four dads concerning their understanding, involvement, and role in the education of their children.

Duration:01:03:08

Episode 125: The Relevance of Charlotte Mason Math

5/11/2018
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Math is a worrisome subject for many Charlotte Mason educators. Wishing to stay true to Mason's guiding principles and up to date with current knowledge, many hesitate when choosing a curriculum. This is a candid conversation with Richele Baburina, who knows Mason's approach to mathematics, the fears modern educators face, and is knowledgeable about the latest scientific research regarding math education.

Duration:00:35:21

Episode 124: Living Books Library

5/4/2018
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Charlotte Mason knew a child's education was secured once he entered into "living books," the heart of her educational method, and the wellspring of ideas to feed the minds of persons. This week's podcast episode is a candid conversation about what led Emily and Liz to begin Living Books Library. Enjoy the history and be inspired to build your own collection as they rhapsodize on their favorite subject, the books, and the children who love them.

Duration:00:43:53

Episode 122: Charlotte Mason with Non-Homeschoolers

4/20/2018
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Today's Charlotte Mason podcast episode is an interview with Min Hwang, a homeschooling mom who has taken her enthusiasm for and knowledge of the Charlotte Mason method outside her own homeschooling circle to parents in traditional educational settings. You will be inspired to hear how she shares the beauty of Ms. Mason's simple truths with parents in all walks of life that have children in public and private schools. Min's fervent love for God and trust in Mason's sound Biblical principles...

Duration:00:42:04

Growing Up with CM and Dyslexia

4/13/2018
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A special interview from A Delectable Education: how does a Charlotte Mason education work when your child has dyslexia? Mitchell Williams, son of ADE's Nicole Williams, shares his experience as a dyslexic child about to graduate from his CM homeschool years and head out into the world.

Duration:00:47:47

Towards an Authentic Interpretation

4/6/2018
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Charlotte Mason's method of education was taught over a hundred years ago and A Delectable Education's podcast this week reiterates its relevance for the twenty-first century educator and student. After an introduction by Emily, Liz, and Nicole stating their reasons for holding to Mason's philosophy, Art Middlekoff reads his own criteria for determining which new ideas and applications are authentic to her method and how and why to dismiss those that are not.

Duration:00:31:21

Episode 119: Listener Q&A #25

3/30/2018
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This Q&A podcast episode addresses why Charlotte Mason included Arabella Buckley's books, how a child can come to the history rotation and always be in exactly the right place, and why all advertised Charlotte Mason curriculum does not necessarily fit in her feast.

Duration:00:23:57