Isn't this chapter amazing? Although short, this little remarks from Charlotte Mason are wonderful!
A few years ago, I taught in a Classical School. As I was teaching, I thought about these remarks, her words have shaped me as a teacher.
When I read this chapter I thought, how nervous I would be under "criticism lessons"!
The remarks that speak to me most:
"Put more of yourselves into what you can do. But don't think of yourselves".
"Put the little minds of children out of your thoughts. Children have just as big minds as we have."
"Power of attention shows an educated man."
"Teachers must teach less and scholars must learn more".
"You cannot tell what you don't know".
What did you think of this chapter???