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  • Placed an emphasis on the mysterious and the supernatural
  • Pictured every day life in realistic detailIncluding the slums where workers livedWar and Peace emphasized the struggles of all kinds of people rather than focusing on leaders such as Napoleon or the czar
  • The goal was for these students to be able to read the Bible and learn God’s word
  • He was minister of public instructionEstablished at end of the 19th century

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  • 1. Changes in Culture and Education
  • 2. Glue in Changes in Culture tab
  • 3. Culture • Romanticism – Emphasized emotion rather than reason – Are often peaceful scenes of rural life or landscapes – Ludwig van Beethoven is best known composer of this age
  • 4. • Realism – Emphasizing what life is really like – Often showed life as pessimistic and hopeless – Charles Dickens wrote about the negative aspects of the Industrial Revolution – Leo Tolstoy wrote War and Peace.
  • 5. Glue in Changes in Education tab
  • 6. Education • In Britain: – Sunday School began as an effort to teach poor children how to read – Parliament voted to spend money to build public schools for poor children – Required children to attend between ages 5-10 – Later it was 5-14, and then part time until 18
  • 7. • Germany – First to provide primary education that was required for all children – Developed one of the finest systems of education in Europe
  • 8. • France – Jules Ferry formed the school system that required all children to attend school until the age of 15 – This system has continued with little change