What type of education did Athenian girls receive?
They learnt in the home housekeeping, raising children, working in the land raising vegetables, chickens, livestock, milking goats and so on. They also learnt to supervise family slaves.
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There is no mention of Saint Patrick receiving a formal education.He is believed to have been educated in Latin and the clergy by theChurch.
Families in the outback have a few options. Depending on their location, there is usually a primary school that they can attend for their early years. If this is not an option, the School of the Air is also offered (usually state run) where teachers communicate and teach children via radio contact. …However, much of the work is now done via the Internet. Boarding school (especially for secondary school) is popular for those that can afford it. ( Full Answer )
She did attend Bryn Mawr College, however, and it was here that she decided to become an actress, appearing in many of their productions. After graduating, she began getting small roles in plays on Broadway and elsewhere.
Receiving an education is the process by which someone learns anynumber of skill or gains knowledge. This is typically done in aclassroom environment in a school or university.
She did not receive a proper education according to contemporary Western standards. She would have received a form of survival and native education while growing up. Although her skills as a translator and somewhat of a navigator for Lewis and Clark speaks to her learning potential.
Education was very limited in the 1800's. Firstly, slaves were notallowed to have an education and females were limited to the amountof education they received.
The Mayans way of education was taught to only the higher authority such as priests, leaders/chiefs, war leaders, etc. As far as the rest of the Mayan population went, education and learning were both a thing that existed in their house, where their parents taught them information that they knew fro…m growing up and information that passed down to them generation to generation, etc. ( Full Answer )
She was home-schooled in Vienna and her education was certainly very much neglected. With the exception of the Italian language, all that related to belles letters, and particularly to history, even that of her own country, was almost entirely unknown to her. She also hated to study (she couldn't …concentrate for very long and wanted to go play outside and have fun with her brothers and sisters) and knew precisely how to charm her teacher, Countess of Brandeiss, so that she would do the homework for her. Empress Maria Theresa (Marie Antoinette's mother) and Francis I (her father) thought that so long as they were virtuous and proficient in the female arts such as music, tapestry work and watercolors, they would know enough to make accomplished wives. What more could be asked of them? By the time Marie Antoinette went to France, it became painfully clear that the way she was educated, was absolutely not sufficient. ( Full Answer )
Oxford. Here he assisted Robert Boyle with his successful air pump expiriments.. Oxford. Here he assisted Robert Boyle with his successful air pump expiriments.
Romans received their education in different stages. They were first introduced to school at home by their mother or if they were wealthy by a slave. Then they went off to a primary school at about the age of 7. A secondary school was next and then studying abroad usually in Greece. Bear in mind tho…ugh, that all this cost money and the poor or even some middle class simply could not afford to sent their children to school. In addition, the wealthy generally had tutors for their children in their own homes. ( Full Answer )
President Obama was taught at three colleges and one college preparatory school. He began college at Occidental but soon came to Columbia University where he recevied his B.A. degree. Then later he received a J.D. with high honor from Harvard Law School.
because hes stupidAccording to legend, Confucius studied with Lao Dan, the DaoistMaster. Historians do not know about his formal eduction, or if hereceived one. Confucius was a Chinese philosopher.
ThEy WeReNt EdUcAtEd and if they wErE then, it would be the same as boys
Jimmy Carter went to Georgia Southwestern College, Georgia Institute of Technology, Union College and the US Naval Academy.
Athens was one of the very first known democracies (although anthropological research suggests that democratic forms were likely common in stateless societies long before the rise of Athens). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Athenian_democracy
Some girls pretend to "act" stupid but we are actually smart. Its a act to get attention basically. I am a blond and I sometimes act that way to get attention and it works but I actually am really smart.
they learn about reading writing and a lot of religion they had good education also in fighting and jujitsu which was a form of fighting. they always carried two swords one long swords called the katana and another sword called the tanto. they had to go to the dojo to learn how to use the weapons by… the way a dojo is a school in Japanese. they had to work with a sensei 10th degree black belt in order to learn special fighting strategies. hope this helps ( Full Answer )
The Athenian boys were educated at home by their mothers until theyattained the age of 6 years. Once the got to six years, they weresent to neighboring schools for their formal education.
They were educated at home; not out at a school, usually in the comfort of their own courtyard.
One Answer: None. Women were considered property and they couldn't own land nor have an education. They had no civil rights. It was a rare woman who could make decisions for herself, but this is true all the way into the 20th century. It wasn't until the 1920's that women gained the right to vot…e in the United States. Women couldn't be fighter pilots until the late 80's in the armed forces and a woman couldn't have her own credit accounts until the late 80's early 90's. It wasn't until the late 1800's that a woman was able to enter medical school. So, women through the ages have been considered second class citizens and have been abused, sold, and killed. In some countries this is still true. A different Answer: With all due respect, I would like to disagree with much of what is in the answer above. Some women were educated in the Middle Ages. Please see the related question below, "How were women educated in the Middle Ages?" with attention to the second answer there. Women did have rights in the Middle Ages, though they had less than men and began to lose what they had with the coming of the Renaissance. Please see the related question below, "What were the rights of women in the middle ages?" again with attention to the second answer. The answers to which you are being referred have links to articles that provide further information. ( Full Answer )
He attended a local school for six months but later on ran away with the Cherokees who set up a school. I think he got education in Texas but I am not sure
There is no evidence that Athenian girls ever received educationoutside of the home. There is, however, evidence that some girlswere literate.
He went to boarding school at eight years old and then to prep school when he was young.
Athenian girls did not go to school, but were trained to do house work. They were always under the control of men.
Pip had received most of his education from an evening schooltaught by Mr. Wopsle's great aunt.
Athens was for scholars. Sparta was for warriors. so in Athens, all-day math and spelling. in Sparta, all day gym
He attended a Catholic school in Autun, France in January of 1779 to learn French and transferred to a military academy at Brienne le Chateau in May for five years. He then entered the Ecole Militaire and graduated in September of 1785 and was appointed a Second Lieutenant of Artillery.
An individual can receive training of law from different sources. The best source for receiving lawyer training is enroll in to a law college.
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Spartan boys were taught to fight, kick, spit, bite, scratch and get into fights with other boys. Athenian boys were learnt to be polite and to be civilised.
Edmund Barton received his education at Sydney grammar school before heading off to Sydney university
When John Wesley was young he was home-schooled by his mother, Susannah. He went to college at Oxford University. This is where he started the holy club, which is where the name methodist started.
University of Tennessee, BS, 1975; Babcock Graduate School of Management, Wake Forest University, MBA, 1976.
Cambridge University where she obtained a Ph.D degree in Ethology. She became only the eighth person to be allowed study for a Ph.D without first obtaining a BA or B.Sc. Her thesis was completed in 1965 under the tutorship of Robert Hinde, former master of St. John's College, Cambridge.
He did many internships in Florence, Italy, with many famous painters and architects, such as Perugino and with Bernando.
They had more freedom in Sparta, they got to learn how to read andwrite and go to school while in Athens they weren't aloud to dothose things and had to learn weaving and other things that couldhelp out around the house.
spartar and athenia are same in education in some way by boy giong to school also girl leraning sport and other stuff to
in Athens boys were tought how to do jobs girls were tought to be house wives
In Great Expectations , Pip had received most of hiseducation from an evening school taught by Mr. Wopsle's great aunt.
An underlying foundation of war knowledge. Athenians focused on strategy while Spartans used the idea of strengthening the army with strategy applying later on as you moved up the ranks of their massive military.
A quote from Socrates ,a famous Athenian philosopher, " The unexplained life is not worth living" They believed that education brought you closer to purity of thought and reason. The same qualities of the gods of their time.
Tesla completed his elementary education in Croatia. He continued his schooling in the Polytechnic School in Graz and finished at University of Prague. He worked as an electrical engineer in Germany, Hungary and France before emigrating to the United States in 1884.
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Your answers are totally inadequate. The fact that one has been hired as a kindergarten teacher tells us nothing about the excellence of the teachers education unless we are told what the educational requirements were for her to have been hired. Your answer will be inadequate until it tells wh…at education she received in family and out, and what degrees she received, if any. Try to do a better job in your answers please. ( Full Answer )
The Wenona School for Girls is a private boarding school in North Sydney Australia. They teach girls from grade eight to grade 12 since it is a high school.
James Dimon was born in 1956 and is an American Business Executive. He is also an executive of a popular bank.His Education Background included attending Browning School and he went on to Major in Economics and Psychology. He also attended Harvard Business School where he earned a degree in Master o…f Business Administration. ( Full Answer )
The people of the Middle Stone Age received the great bulk of their education by word of mouth. Songs, poems and rhythmic chants [these are not unlike "Rap" popular music]. Some graphical (cave drawings, for example) relics show that drawings (2d) and small sculptures (3d fertility figures) sug…gest that images provided a means of propagating ideas important to the people's culture. ( Full Answer )
Graduated from Worcester Classical High School; B.A. from Mount Holyoke College in 1902; M.A. in economics and sociology from Columbia University in 1910
They helped their mother run the house and vegetable garden. Theireducation was in how to do this. There were no schools.
Spartan boys were placed under the supervision of a designatedtrainer, who taught them warlike and cultural subjects. Athenianboys were educated in the home/farm/business by the father, or forthe few rich enough, by a slave and then in a class run by aphilosopher.