Analytic and critical instruction can ruin an education, no matter who is instructing or where the education takes place. The story is told about when reading Shakespeare's The Tempest, the "entrancing whole is not allowed to sink in, and become a part of him" because of the linguistic criticism and interpretation of the teacher. These things become a distraction to the student.
Hoy traduzco un párrafo de mi amiga Nancy Kelly que a su vez cita a Charlotte Mason. Aquí podéis leer su artículo entero si os interesa.
Temas: Citas de Charlotte Mason