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0 Running head: EVALUATIVE ESSAY 1 Turabian formatting does not require a running head. Your title page should start on page “0” not “1” Greek and Roman Education Nelrys Marzo HIEU 201-D09 March 21, 2020
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1 EVALUATIVE ESSAY 1 Ancient times were problematic when it came to education , . as t T he prospects of obtaining access to a fundamental education were extremely limited, and it was mainly reserved for the upper class . or perhaps the rich, as they referred to. Not only was it difficult to obtain basic schooling, in top of that, the majority of much of those who had the possibilities and were allowed, were male s . Females did not play an important part of society. For the most part, T t he basic principles of instruction that were utilized within the innovative society were a tremendous hit by the Romans and Greeks. Educational techniques developed by the Romans and Greeks, introduced curriculums which taught children primary fundamentals of analyz ation ing , mathematics, amongst other life aptitudes of honor and respect. The Greek and the Roman ancient civilizations were at most very distinct but carried many similarities which have impacted the life we carry on today. In the present times Currently , many western societies we currently observe and work with a great amount of the instructional requirements set by through the Greeks and Romans, which had great expectancies of education, and valued it at the highest level. In these civilizations’ families had the chances to employ private teachers to strengthen their children’s knowledge. Romans , in specific ally , had an elevated concern for their kids’ children’s education. The y Romans
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