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Does anyone do Christian Studies orally?

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    Does anyone do Christian Studies orally?

    Hello all!

    I have a fabulous dyslexic 16 year old and an 8 year old both who (whom?) I want to start on CS this year (mostly because I want to do it!) I also have a 3 year old and our Anelia - who is blind and 7.

    My hands are obviously full.

    Does anyone do this study orally? Could I just buy the teacher's guide and ask the questions after I read it aloud?

    Thanks!

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    Originally posted by kimbabucha View Post
    Hello all!

    I have a fabulous dyslexic 16 year old and an 8 year old both who (whom?) I want to start on CS this year (mostly because I want to do it!) I also have a 3 year old and our Anelia - who is blind and 7.

    My hands are obviously full.

    Does anyone do this study orally? Could I just buy the teacher's guide and ask the questions after I read it aloud?

    Thanks!

    Yes! As long as everyone is writing frequently & receiving writing instruction in other ways, such as those we discussed in another context, you could certainly conduct this course orally. We conducted our Christian studies orally every morning for many years. This seemed to allow for deeper conversations than if we had focused on writing every answer.

    To assist your older son visually, you might want to obtain a good map of biblical times & keep this accessible. My son appreciates studying with a side-by-side map of the world today. Then you can simultaneously teach world geography!

    Enjoy -

    Cheryl

    cherylswope.com

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