they looked dull and boring
Puritan classrooms were small. In most cases, the Puritan classrooms were also used for other reasons, such as holding church preachings and court hearings.
Classrooms in the 1950s would have been very strict and traditional. Teachers would be mostly women with men being in the roles of authority. Dress codes would have been strict as well and learning would have been basic as compared to today.
what was the crime and punishment like in 1950s
it has pictures on the wall and maps
Life in Liverpool in the 1950s was grim
Very open and just think classrooms in New Zealand with less computers, desks, whiteboards and stationary. Its hard life in Samoa.
they were old and ugly
School life in Britain in the 1950s was similar to America. Many children wore uniforms, and woodstoves were common inside of the tiny classrooms. Only the major core subjects were taught.
"Classrooms" is a plural noun.
Single "classroom" Plural "classrooms"
The NY Yankees won the World Series 6 times in the 1950s.
A restaurant, just like it is today.
In 1972, integrated classrooms were mainly found in the United States in the South. The classrooms kept students together depending upon their race.Ê
Classrooms in World War II were much different than they are today. Children saved money for the war effort and lessons were always being interrupted with air drills.
Life in the 1950s in America consist of a population of 151,684,000. The number of unemployed was 3,288,000 and the average salary was $2,992.