Education is a Science of Relations...
In this chapter we are really getting into the nuts and bolts of the Charlotte Mason philosophy....
Please read this chapter today. It is more lengthy and contains more "meat" than the other chapters.
1. According to the book there are three areas of knowledge. What is the first? What are your goals for teaching the first?
2. Relationships are important. Would you like to improve relations with your children?
3. Tell what signs or signs give evidence a child is forming a relation, "We don't measure a child's education solely by his progress in the three "R's," said Charlotte. What is the measure we use?
4. Why does Mr. Gibbon compare the modern system of state education with a giant sausage machine?
5. Between what two principles is our educational choice to be made?