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Language Arts is communicating through the spoken and written word. The elements of language arts include listening, speaking, reading, and writing. It is common practice today to teach these separately, as if they were independent of one another. Charlotte Mason understood that to have conversations, read good books, and record our observations were sufficient to cover all the elements of 'language arts.' 

Form E* focus (hearing and speaking):

Oral Narration** (Composition)

Recitation (Memory)

Form I focus (hearing, speaking, beginning reading and writing):

Phonics/Reading Instruction

Oral Narration (Composition)

Recitation (Memory)

Copywork (Transcription)

Form II focus (hearing, speaking, reading, and writing):

Phonics/Reading Instruction (as needed)

Oral Narration (Composition)

Recitation (Memory)

Copywork (Transcription)

Independent Reading

Written Narration (Composition)

Grammar

Dictation (Spelling)

Typing

Form III & IV focus (hearing, speaking, reading, and writing):

Oral Narration (Composition)

Recitation (Memory)

Copywork (Foreign Language)

Written Narration (Composition)

Grammar

Dictation (Spelling)
Typing (as needed)

Form IV-VI focus (hearing, speaking, reading, and writing):

Oral Narration (Composition)

Recitation (Memory)

Copywork (Foreign Language)

Written Narration (Essays)

Grammar (as needed)

Dictation (Foreign Language)

Typing (as needed)

*Children in Form E (ages 3-5) will be encouraged to offer oral narrations naturally (they will tell what happened in their day or in a story they heard). Recitation will consist of Bible memory and short poems. 

**Although oral narrations are the primary focus throughout all Forms, students do have the opportunity to express their narrations through drawing, acting, and other creative means. 

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