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Narration is a very useful tool for evaluating what your child has learned. It is telling what you heard, read, or studied in your own words and can also include how you feel or how it compares to something else you know. Narration can be oral, drawn, dramatic, or written. Learn how you can implement narration in your homeschool with these tips and tricks.
How to Implement Narration
These posts will help you learn how you can implement narration in your homeschool. You will find advice about why narration is important, how to get started, and how to take your narrations to next level.
Using Narration in Specific Subjects
Narration can be utilized for all subjects. Here are some examples of how I evaluate my student’s knowledge.
Narration Tips and Tricks
I don’t know about you, but I often get stuck in a rut of “Tell me what we just read.” It is helpful to have some tricks up your sleeve to add variety to your student’s narrations.