Indian Education & colonial education

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Native American Education
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Discuss the Q’s for your group Group 1: At what stage of the child did the Indian education begin? What was involved in this education before the child was born? How was the Indian boy taught to preserve and transmit the legends of his ancestors? Group 2: How did his uncle teach him biology? What was taught? How was he trained to be observant? Group 3: What life skills did he have to learn? How was he trained in life skills? How was he trained to be a warrior? Group 4: What was the content in the training of manners and morals? Pay special attention to the areas of self-control and sex and marriage.
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Colonial Education in America
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Colonial Edu in America Spanish colonies English colonies Southern colonies Middle colonies New England colonies How did the colonialists educate their children? How did colonial edu evolve into edu today?
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Group Work Colonialists in 3 regions: Southern, Middle, New
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This note was uploaded on 06/01/2011 for the course EDU 341 taught by Professor Zaho during the Spring '11 term at Moraine Valley Community College.

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