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Education during the Elizabethan era.
Transcript of Education during the Elizabethan era.
"Children did not realize that going to school was a big privilege" (Gies 154).
The children that lived during this time thought going to school was something every child got to do.
"Boys had close-cropped hair" (Gies 154).
Back in the Elizabethan Era, every boy had the same hair style.
Who was Education for during this time?
Education was mainly for boys in the middle or upper classes. Only girls of extreme upper class had the privilege of going to school (Alchin).
Who decided what the kids learned in school?
The monarch/queen decided what the kids would learn in school. The curriculum was also reflected by the religion of the queen (Alchin).
Education during the Elizabethan Era.
By, Alex Dunn
Education during the Elizabethan era was very different than how education is now.
- close-cropped hair
There are no records of Shakespeare ever attending school.
What did children have to do in order to go to school?
Children had to:
- respect their mother and father
- ask for parents' blessing
- wake up early to pray