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Running head: EVALUATIVE ESSAY 11EVALUATIVE ESSAY 1Kimberli KennedyProfessor Philip Brown HIEU 201-B08February 10, 2020
Running head: EVALUATIVE ESSAY 12Rome and Greek education may be indistinguishable to our teachings today, but the biggest difference between our teaching and theirs is the Bible. Although both are about teaching students to read, write, math, along with other studies, our optimum goal is to help them find their career. The way our education system and theirs differ is how the Greeks and Romans built their system around the Biblical ideologies. This teaches all of the students both male and femaleimportant skills, for example, to honor their parents and other authority figures are just one way to show what the students were learning. Both Romans 15:4 and Proverbs 4:13 tells us of instruction on the way to learn, “For whatever was written in earlier times was written for our instruction so that through perseverance and the encouragement of the Scriptures we might have hope.”1“Take hold of instruction; do not let go Guard her, for she is your life.”2With this information found throughout the Bible, this is the knowledge that both the Romans and the Greeks used in their cultures to teach their students.For Rome’s educational standards only fell to a few male children, “the ones that were rich had the best education.”3The poor males were taught at home by their fathers. They learned not only the basic education system, but also how to swim, use weapons, or a special skill to master. For the poor children, however, only needed to be taught these few criteria points in their education. When Greece was defeated by Rome, many of them became slaves even the ones that were held captive during the war. The Romans used Greek slaves to teach rich male children in multiple languages. Those slaves that had higher education were tutors and taught these males what they knew as the most important being speaking in public. Soon these tutors offered a school for the rich boys to attend, where the tutors took care of them and taught as well. School for them started8“2 Timothy 3:16.” 2 Timothy 3 NASB - ÒDifficult Times Will ComeÓ - But realize this, that inthe last days difficult times will. Accessed February 8, 2020. -Timothy/3/type/nasb.