Adding more specific assignments for high school history

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  • KeriJ

    My plan is to do the SCM Middle Ages module for high school next year. I know that Sonya has written about upping the level of narration for highschool, but I am wondering if anyone has some more specific ideas for writing assignments or essay questions for this time period. I wonder if something exists on the internet or if someone wanted to share what they did. I don’t want to purchase another program. I have most of the books for this module already, but I just lack confidence in coming up with output that is more than just telling back what you read.

    Sandra Wade


    Karen Smith

    Narrations at the high school level should not always be just telling back what was read. Charlotte Mason asked her high school level students for four different types of narrations: narrative, expository, descriptive, and persuasive.

    Our blog article Raising the Bar from our Narration Q & A series explains each type of narration and gives some ideas for narration questions for each type.


    Thank you Karen. I did read the article. I was looking for something even more specific. Or even a mom who had done this module to give me ideas of what specific narrations they had done with a highschooler.

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