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Adeline 6W

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Transcript of Adeline 6W

School in Ancient Greece
By: Adeline Webster 6W
Where were the children educated?
- In Ancient Greece only boys were educated while the girls stayed home with their mothers.
- The boys started school at the age of seven and they could not go on until they started military training at the age of 18.
- Spartan girls were educated to be physically fit , they were trained in gymnastics, music, singing, and dancing.
Who went to school?
- The boys attended 3 schools. Grammatistes, where they were taught reading, writing, and arithmetic. Kitharistes, where they were taught music and poetry. Paidotribes, where they were taught dancing and athletics.
- The girls took gymnastics, music, singing, and dancing.
What classes did they have?
- A higher education had to be paid for.
- Teachers were called grammatisites.
- Insted of paper, boys wrote on wooden tablets covered with wax. They used a stylus to write words in the wax.
More information
- The boy were educated in schools called gymnasia (meaning
"training grounds" in Greek).
- The girls were taught by their mothers at home.
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