Essay heading: education in the colonial era

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She taught the children how to read and write as they followed her while she did housework. Students were taught from a hornbook which was a paddle shaped piece of wood with a sheet of paper attached. It was covered with a thin clear layer of animal horn which was used as laminate. The lessons consisted of the alphabet and the Lords prayer...
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Latin Grammar School, much like our modern day high schools, prepared students for college. Enrollment in grammar schools were reserved for the elite males who would were to be trained to be the leaders, clergyman or politicians of tomorrow. Classes were usually taught by ministers or transients and the curriculum included mastery in Latin and Greek through the classics and the bible...
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