Did Greece have schools?
They learned things.
The first schools were in ancient Greece. In the American colonies they began in Boston by 1636.
Knidian & Koan
The native language of Greece is Greek. Modern Greek is spoken in Greece, while ancient Greek is taught in some schools.
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In ancient Greece, Academy.
There is a wide range of private schools in Greece. 6% of students who attend compulsory education (the highest percent in the European Union) study in Private Schools. Tuition fees start from 1.500 euros to 13.000 euros according to the school and the year.
Ancient Greece began the first schools/education.
he whent to schoole in greece
bcuz they wanted to
It was not as good as the modern schools we have at the moment
Because in the Greece schools in olden days, they had to use reuseable tablets and Stylus'.
There very little info on this subject though the existing references suggest the schools employed a method of teaching using a great deal of dropped soap and showering.
For most, there were no schools and it was practical learning on the farm, fishing boat, trade or artisan.
It is nearly impossible to figure out who exactly was the first to develop schools, but it is believed that the country where they were first invented was Greece. There is debate over whether the Byzantines or Hellenists were the first to start a school.
schools and coleges were taken from the greeks becaus ewe respect them
He held that democracy plus philosophy and culture in Athens was an example for other cities to follow.
Formal Schools are documented as far back as Ancient Greece. Education itself goes back millions of years, as we all learned from each other. There is no one person, group or culture responsible for schools.
Hippocrates lived in Kos, an island of Greece. He didn't have a "workplace" in the conventional sense; he wrote pamphlets that were distributed to the Greek public regarding the need for medicine. He taught and promoted medicine in places such as Thrace and Thessaly and in different schools throughout Greece.
Their work was indeed at home - helping in the farm or family business. There were no schools except for a few well off aristocrats.
Schools in ancient Greece were usually small, had only one teacher, cost money to attend, and typically taught to only boys. The mornings were spent reading, writing, and doing mathematical sums with the aid of a wax board and stylus. The afternoons were spent at wrestling schools, where athletic sports were also performed.
Schools existed already in the ancient China and Greece. The technological advance of these nations led to the conclusion that schools are unavoidable. In general correlation between higher education and wealth can be shown, one index of that is the HDI (human development index) .
He wrote the Iliad and the Odyssey which are the two great epics of Greek history. His poetry was taught on schools in Ancient Greece (which was however criticised by Plato in The Republic).
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i live in Cyprus and the kids here in state schools wear a grey tracksuit that looks horrible not sure about Greece though
It is difficult to say with any certainty. The ancient Babylonians had a system we would class as home schooling. Ancient Greece had schools for soldiers.
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Athenian leader Pericles referred to Athens as the 'school of Hellas', Hellas being the Greek word for Greece, and he was claiming that the schools of Greek philosophers at Athens were the centre of learning.
no Greece now has different imports and exports then ancient Greece. and ancient Greece is Greece int the past.
The concept of grouping students together in a centralized location for learning has existed since at least Classical antiquity. Formal schools have existed at least since ancient Greece (academy), ancient India (gurukul) and ancient China. The term school is from the Latin, but the Romans did not invent the concept of formal education.
Ancient Greece, Classical Greece, Hellenistic Greece.
Yes, he helped found 2 medical schools - Koan and Knidian. Although he travelled a lot in Greece and Asia Minor, it is believed he still visited Koan school of medicine to teach.
Both are Greece
Greece is a country. There really are no 'opposites' to countries. I suppose the opposite of Greece would be "not Greece."
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Greece is a proper adjective. Example: We are staying in a Greece hotel. Greece modifies hotel.
ROME NOT greece. Italy was the first to invent pizza not Greece for who said the Greece did
Greece is a country. And Greek is anything has to do with Greece.
Greece is not in India. Greece is in Europe and India is in Asia.
The word university as we know it comes from the Middle Ages. Greek learning schools were centered on a philosopher who gained a circle of followers , but that did not match what we call a university in size or diversity.
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Greece is currently in the top 3 ranking (military) in the world. Greece was the strongest military in ancient Greece too.
Greece is called Greece from the word Graecia. This means the land of the Greeks. Graecia was used by the Romans.
Greece is a country. There is some dispute over whether Cyprus is a Greek Island or not. Greece is a country in Europe. Which means that there are no countries in Greece because Greece IS the country.
elgin marbles are important to Greece because they come from Greece they're areca important part of Greece culture and they are a original part of greece
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100% of middle schools will have middle schools as middle schools are middle schools.
How many schools are in the world including adult schools elementary schools middle schools high schools and colleges?
there are 2,138,300,000 schools in the world