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Greek Education
Education in Athens
Sparta's Education
Sparta was very worried about being attacked so there education relied on toughness.

Important subjects:
Athletics
Dancing
Weapon training

Education in Greece
Learning was one of the best ways you could spend your time in ancient Greece.

There is two ways of Education in Greece:

Formal: This was done in a school or was taught by a tutor

Informal: Was taught at home, by an unpaid teacher, or a slave.









Athens Education

Athens wanted to produce good citizens.

Boys were taught at home until they were about 7.
Then boys went to school and learned how to read and write.
After high school they went to military camp were they learned to be good warriors

Girls were not taught the same subjects boys.

Girls were taught:
reading
writing
physical training

Girls had to exercise a lot so their children would be healthy.







Girls were taught at home by there mothers or a private tutor.

The object was to prepare the girls to be a stay at home mom.






Education in Sparta

Boys Training
Girls physical Training
Schools In Ancient Greece
Only one teacher
10-20 boys
Not Free
Only wealthy kids could afford school
wrote on boards covered in wax



Gymnasia
A gymnasia is a place where Greek youths went to physically train.
By: Bonnie Bowman
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