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THOMAS-MOYA: WK4 ASSIGN: EXERCISE: UNIVERSITY LIFE 1 Wk4 Assign: Exercise: University Life Erica Thomas-Moya Westwood College Professor Kate Reid HUMN 250-WCO-V41 Humanities January 31, 2016
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THOMAS-MOYA: WK4 ASSIGN: EXERCISE: UNIVERSITY LIFE 2 Erica Thomas-Moya Professor Kate Reid HUMN 250-WCO-V41 Humanities January 31, 2016 Wk4 Assign: Exercise: University Life When you think of the middle ages the first thing that comes to mind is not education, or school. Unless you are thinking of fictional cartoon Shrek in which the young king Arthur was in school when Shrek went to look for him. However, education was in fact of great importance if you expected to hold any sort of title, or level of importance in the kingdom. This level of importance grew steadily until it flourished into the Renaissance era. In fact “Renaissance” is used to describe an “age of educational reform paying closer attention to classical literature, in which the liberal arts were studied as professional disciplines in their own right as well as for their ability to mold character or to inform biblical exegesis, homiletics, and theology”[Hud12]. One of the biggest changes that aided in the evolution of the Renaissance was the creation of the monastic schools. Which then led to the Cathedral schools, and then rapidly grew into universities. Because there was not a need for anybody to read or write back the educations importance was only held in the church. As only the monks and clergy members had the need to learn how to read and write in order to write manuscripts for the church. The development of
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