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Intellectual and Moral Education
Transcript of Intellectual and Moral Education
In Mark Twain's "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn", the reader is introduced to Huckleberry who is faced with a lack of intellectual and moral education.
So What's the Difference?
This is religious education that is taught at a young age. This education also teaches you the rights and wrongs.
This is education that is school based. It focusses on how much information you can comprehend and understand.
In Today's Society
Go to Eementary School
Go to Middle School
Go to High School
Go to College
How It Was
A Failing Education
High Making Money Equal to You Parents or More
or At Max Three Dollars More / Hour
It's hard to learn today with
huge class numbers
the same learning style
intellectual learning only
(cc) photo by medhead on Flickr
Making the right decision in a situation and following through.
We make right decisions from learning from the mistakes we made in the past
We make bad decisions from pressure
So What Decison Will You Lean To
Does Society Corrupt Us? Or Are We Born Naturally Bad or Good?
Moral Education in Huck
Due to how society has raised Huck he questions it. Society has left him abused (especially from his father) and misled him on ideas such as slavery and race. This is why Huck often makes the decision to "Go to Hell". Huck is a rebel. He refuses to play along with societies ideas and rules. Huck decides to live life based on his experience which leads to the adventure and lessons learned.
Intellectual Education in Huck
Huck did not stay in school long because his father
pulled him out. Huck was learning to read and write.
With much more to! However, he decided society was
wrong. It was not fair nor just. Huck decided he would
educate his-self by learning from experience.
How Can We Learn From Huck?
Is Intellectual or Moral Education Best?
Huck thought learning on your own experiences teach you to distinguish good, bad, friend, or foe. However, society does teach us valuable lessons so we won't make those mistakes.
If we redefine the current education system should it be based on...learning abilities, age, or morals?
We should define education with what you excel and place students in groups, that way creativity leads the students to a fountain of unexpected knowledge.
How did education develop? Huck did not easily understand how society became so currupt. We developed education because We Got Scared.
However by developing intellectually and morally we became the humans we are today!
Lindsey, Isabella, Jacob, Alex, and Alex, Keonhee