Send the link below via email or IMCopy
Present to your audienceStart remote presentation
- Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
- People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
- This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
- A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
- Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article
Life and Education During the Roman Empire (168 BC - AD 476)
Transcript of Life and Education During the Roman Empire (168 BC - AD 476)
C. Alexander Arango Focusing Event What are some characteristics of Quintilian's "Shaper of Education"? Knowledge based question COMPREHENSION-BASED QUESTION What reaction from parents or community do you predict would result if a principal supported harsh physical treatment of students? APPLICATION-BASED QUESTION ANALYSIS-BASED QUESTION State some of the contributions from ancient Roman times to today's system of education. SYNTHESIS-BASED QUESTION Summarize the Roman system
of formal education EVALUATION-BASED QUESTION CLOSURE EVENT Imagine it is 753 B.C. You live in ancient Rome and your children are 5 and 7 years old. You homeschool your children because Romans believed that parents were a child's first teacher. Tell your partner what practical information you would need to teach your children and why. Compare the similarities and differences between Roman Education and Modern Education.
Roman Empire had two parts: East and West; the rich (senators, knights, soldiers and veterans) had slaves; wanted for nothing; best education; the poor had nothing; most on public assistance; worst education. Military, economical, and political problems contributed to its decline. Read the quote:
"The teacher must decide how to deal with his pupil. Some boys are lazy, unless forced to work; others do not like being controlled; some will respond to fear but others are paralyzed by it. Give me a boy who is encouraged by praise, delighted by success and ready to weep over failure. Such a boy must be encouraged by appeals to his ambitions."
Quintilian, a teacher in the 1st Century AD. Early childhood education is very important.
Subject matter should be sequenced for students.
Education fosters moral maturity and builds character.
Corrective feedback should be used, not corporal punishment.
Children should be exposed to proper speech from birth.
Different character traits affect behavior.
Children can be corrupted at home if they are taught improper behavior before they begin school.
Corporal punishment eventually becomes ineffective; may cause psychological harm. l ANSWER Explain the class and economic systems as they existed during the Roman Empire and how they contributed to its decline. ANSWER
Probably protests and meetings. Although Texas legislation permits physical punishment, the community would be outraged. Quintilian believed that using physical force to discipline students was a mistake, a disgrace, a punishment for slaves. Age grading
Early instruction focused on the basics of reading, writing, and arithmetic.
The school of rhetoric parallels with college today.
Student motivation is a problem.
Early intervention in childhood.
Moral education. Eighteen states mandate it today.
Discipline and punishment. Use corrective feedback.
Establishing a supportive environment. ANSWER Similarities: Learning is developmental; early grades focus on reading, writing, and math; later grades study advanced topics (history, literature, science, math)
Differences: Romans educated the rich; Modern day educates all; Romans homeschooled from 743-250 B.C.; Homeschooling is a trend for Modern Day
Reference Table 2-1; pg 25
Independently operated; only for boys; primary and grammar school; lack of teacher training; students not motivated; studied classiscs; attended rhetoric classes
Reference pgs 29-31 Do you agree or disagree with this quote?
Explain your answer to a partner. Chapter 2. Life and Education During the Roman Empire (168 BC - AD 476).
EDUC 6315 American Educational Reform Thank you for your participation. This was a presentation by Rosemary l. Anthony C. Alex Arango REFERENCES https://www.google.com/imghp?hl=en&tab=wi
Tehie, J. (2007). Historical Foundations of Education. Bridges from the Ancient World to the Present. Pearson Prentince Hall (pp.23-41) Answer ANSWER ANSWER