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    Education in Victorian England

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    Education in Victorian England Monitorial System In the Monitorial System, there was no direct instruction from the teacher. This was, in fact, one of its greatest selling points in the late 1700's; it was incredibly economical. There could be as many as 500 students under one teacher. The teacher selected a few older students(10-12 years old) to act as monitors who, in turn, were responsible for instructing small groups of students, the teacher acting as supervisor, examiner, and disciplinarian

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    Education in Elizabethan England

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    Thanks to Queen Elizabeth I (1558-1603), England emerged as a leading naval and commercial power (Pressley J.M.). In addition to becoming a major world power, England became a leading nation in education. As people became more educated, England was pulled out of the Dark Ages. The English Renaissance, which spanned from roughly the 1500s to the early 1600s, was a highly significant time for England. Queen Elizabeth came to power and encouraged education. She was a major advocate for the theatre

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    THE EDUCATION IN ENGLAND AND WALES FROM 1800 TO 1870. In the beginning of the 19th Century, England and Wales experienced a period of transition and change. Despite the events that occurred in the very beginning, the creation of the modern system of Education in England and Wales is remained to happen in the second half of the century. Even though some people agreed for the creation of an educational system in the early part of the century, for a number of reasons, their proposals were not supported

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    Funding Higher Education in England

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    the financing for higher education in England which may not be the best economical route. The fundamental dispute is that through the increase of tax, decrease in university expenses and reschedule methods of teaching tuition fee loans can be reduced. By raising the taxes students education will provided with lots help. Moreover it will mean that students won’t be into debts every year. A further way out would be students being charged a reasonable amount for higher education. As a group we have discussed

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    EDUCATION VICTORIAN STYLE Education was an extremely controversial issue in the Victorian Era. Some thought that education belonged in the church others believed that the responsibility of teaching the youth of England rested with the state. Then there were the people who did not want any kind of modern schooling at all for it would take away a form of very cheap labor. Victorians had a lot to learn but not many people could agree on what to learn or who to learn it from. And, while they

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    Schooling in Debenham

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    Schooling in Debenham There were a lot of changes in the education system in Debenham between 1833 and 1880 as the schools worked towards what was the best system for the area. Some of these changes seem to have more meaning to us as historians than others. In 1833, Debenham had a number of schools. Firstly, it had three daily schools, one of which was the Sir Robert Hitcham's school. This contained 40 males and 15 females. Sir Robert Hitcham allowed the school £30 per annum to use towards

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    the place of the following subjects within the primary national curriculum: Geography, History, Physical Education, Religious Education, Drama and Music. The reason I have chosen these subjects is because I have had an experience of them within my teaching placements and within seminars at university. In addition to this, I will analyse the use of cross-curricular learning in primary education and I will aim to explore the benefits and challenges of the approach. Geography I believe that geography

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    Jane Eyre and Education in Nineteenth-century England Jane Eyre provides an accurate view of education in nineteenth-century England, as seen by an 1840s educator. The course of Jane's life in regard to her own education and her work in education are largely autobiographical, mirroring Charlotte Bronte's own life. Jane's time at Lowood corresponds to Charlotte's education at a school for daughters of the clergy, which she and her sisters Maria, Elizabeth and Emily left for in 1824. Jane went

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    Level 6 Approaches to Curriculum

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    approaches to learning, children’s learning and Curriculum construction have been influenced by the knowledge, skills and understanding that I have developed throughout year three. To demonstrate this I will draw upon my two specialist areas; ‘Physical Education’ (P.E.) and Thinking Skills. I will begin by discussing the importance of the National Curriculum and how a carefully structured programme should ‘in a modern democratic society,’ provide children with the ‘fundamentals necessary for progression’

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    Computer Science I have always been interested and intrigued by computers, ever since using a BBC when I was very young. Since then I have become fluent in writing BASIC and more recently I have learnt HTML, the language of the World Wide Web on which I have my own wesite. I use computers for most of my exam coursework such as Solving Equations Using Numerical Methods for Pure Maths 2 and also for recreation. My A-level studies are Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Physics and Design Technology

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