Charlotte Mason used a combination of songs & rhymes, picture vignettes with accompanying stories, Gouin’s ‘series,’ skits, literature, and grammar study to teach languages in a way that was incredibly robust and comprehensive. Aside from actually pulling all of this together, one of the biggest challenges for modern Mason educators has been how to provide language lessons 3-5 days per week without a teacher who is fluent in the language. This program provides the means to do just that. Read the descriptions of each level below.
The multi-authored Charlotte Mason Centenary Monograph series is designed to highlight and explore the continuing educational and leadership relevance of Charlotte Mason (1842–1923) through the collective contributions of the Armitt Museum and Library, the University of Cumbria, the Charlotte Mason Institute, and other scholars and practitioners worldwide.