proper speaking ways as they were the initial influencers that a kid would have. In the commentary, Quintilian: Prescription for Educating a Child1Lawrence Morris utters that, “above all, see that the child’s nurse voices appropriately. The superlative… would be that she should even be a philosopher. Lacking that… the finest should be carefully and explicitly chosen,as far as possible. “That caregiver that the child first listens to, are the words he will primarily 1 Morris, Lawrence. "Quintilian:Prescription for Educating a Child."Daily Life through History, ABC-CLIO, 2020, dailylife2.abc-clio.com/Search/Display/1437785. Accessed 21 Mar. 2020.
3EVALUATIVE ESSAY 1begin to replicate” (Morris, 2001). Apart from the nurse or nanny having a charitable and loving character, they ought to communicate correctly as well.Romans actually took example and arranged their instructional principles after the habits of the Greeks. The Romans took the basic models of education; they reformed it and developed add-ons regarding government policies, religious purposes and cosmology. Generally, in relation to educating on the art, literature, math, and science, the Romans and Greeks set the course and the core values nevertheless continue to be. All of it sounds good, but the educational system created by the Greeks and Romans still lacked a few things and was not completely perfect. Theyhad limited approaches to teaching, only the wealthy were mostly taught because the poor could not afford any tutors, and they both decided to teach males at most, these were all issues in the educational system. The poor and women were left out without a proper education.