FOUNDER’S DAY 2011
FOUNDER’S DAY 2011
HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT      THE PAST?
HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT       THE PAST?Written sources   anything with writing                  on it! letters popular songs...
HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT       THE PAST?Written sources   anything with writing                  on it! letters popular songs...
HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT       THE PAST?Written sources           anything with writing                          on it! lette...
HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT       THE PAST?Written sources           anything with writing                          on it! lette...
HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT       THE PAST?Written sources           anything with writing                          on it! lette...
HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT      THE PAST?
HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT      THE PAST?
HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT      THE PAST?Non-written sources
HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT      THE PAST?Non-written sources * fossils (imprints or remains of once-living plants and animals)
HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT      THE PAST?Non-written sources * fossils (imprints or remains of once-living plants and animals) ...
HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT      THE PAST?Non-written sources * fossils (imprints or remains of once-living plants and animals) ...
HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT      THE PAST?Non-written sources * fossils (imprints or remains of once-living plants and animals) ...
HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT      THE PAST?Non-written sources * fossils (imprints or remains of once-living plants and animals) ...
WHEN AND WHY WAS SAS STARTED
WHEN AND WHY WAS SAS STARTEDOpened on Sept. 17, 1912 with 38 students
WHEN AND WHY WAS SAS STARTEDOpened on Sept. 17, 1912 with 38 studentsPrep school for the children of missionaries (peoples...
WHEN AND WHY WAS SAS STARTEDOpened on Sept. 17, 1912 with 38 studentsPrep school for the children of missionaries (peoples...
GETTING TO SCHOOL
GETTING TO SCHOOLWalking
GETTING TO SCHOOLWalkingTaking a tram
GETTING TO SCHOOLWalkingTaking a tramRiding in a ricksha
GETTING TO SCHOOLWalkingTaking a tramRiding in a rickshaRiding in horse carriages
THE SCHOOL CHEER
THE SCHOOL CHEER   Razzle, dazzle, yip, yap, yes,  What’s the matter with SAS?        They’re all right,        They’re no...
BOARDING LIFE
BOARDING LIFEBoarders essentials...  a mosquito net  umbrella  overshoes  nail file  napkin ring
BOARDING LIFEBoarders essentials...  a mosquito net  umbrella  overshoes  nail file  napkin ring
BOARDING LIFEBoarders essentials...  a mosquito net  umbrella  overshoes  nail file  napkin ring                         Lo...
BOARDING LIFE CON’T
BOARDING LIFE CON’T
BOARDING LIFE CON’T            Worker carrying water
BOARDING LIFE CON’TThere was running cold water, butnot running hot water                                    Worker carryi...
BOARDING LIFE CON’TThere was running cold water, butnot running hot waterTook baths on Wed. and Sat.; 4students to a tub! ...
BOARDING LIFE CON’TThere was running cold water, butnot running hot waterTook baths on Wed. and Sat.; 4students to a tub!H...
BOARDING LIFE CON’TThere was running cold water, butnot running hot waterTook baths on Wed. and Sat.; 4students to a tub!H...
BOARDING LIFE CON’T
BOARDING LIFE CON’T
BOARDING LIFE CON’T              Toilets were buckets which the farmerscollected for the fields
BOARDING LIFE CON’T              Toilets were buckets which the farmerscollected for the fieldsNo flush toilets in the dormi...
BOARDING LIFE CON’T              Toilets were buckets which the farmerscollected for the fieldsNo flush toilets in the dormi...
BOARDING LIFE CON’T              Toilets were buckets which the farmerscollected for the fieldsNo flush toilets in the dormi...
BOARDING LIFE CON’T              Toilets were buckets which the farmerscollected for the fieldsNo flush toilets in the dormi...
BOARDING LIFE CON’T              Toilets were buckets which the farmerscollected for the fieldsNo flush toilets in the dormi...
BOARDING LIFE CON’T              Toilets were buckets which the farmerscollected for the fieldsNo flush toilets in the dormi...
COURSES
COURSESHigh school English foreign language, Latin, math, history, science, Bible study, drawing, vocal music
COURSESHigh school English foreign language, Latin, math, history, science, Bible study, drawing, vocal musicElementary (G...
COURSESHigh school English foreign language, Latin, math, history, science, Bible study, drawing, vocal musicElementary (G...
COURSESHigh school English foreign language, Latin, math, history, science, Bible study, drawing, vocal musicElementary (G...
TYPICAL CLASSROOM IN         1912
PHOTO OF SHANGHAI IN 1912
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  • Founder's day keynote

    1. 1. FOUNDER’S DAY 2011
    2. 2. FOUNDER’S DAY 2011
    3. 3. HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT THE PAST?
    4. 4. HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT THE PAST?Written sources anything with writing on it! letters popular songs diaries speeches poems maps
    5. 5. HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT THE PAST?Written sources anything with writing on it! letters popular songs diaries speeches poems maps
    6. 6. HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT THE PAST?Written sources anything with writing on it! letters popular songs diaries speeches poems maps Diary
    7. 7. HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT THE PAST?Written sources anything with writing on it! letters popular songs diaries speeches poems maps Diary
    8. 8. HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT THE PAST?Written sources anything with writing on it! letters popular songs diaries speeches poems maps Diary 1918 China Treaty Ports
    9. 9. HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT THE PAST?
    10. 10. HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT THE PAST?
    11. 11. HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT THE PAST?Non-written sources
    12. 12. HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT THE PAST?Non-written sources * fossils (imprints or remains of once-living plants and animals)
    13. 13. HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT THE PAST?Non-written sources * fossils (imprints or remains of once-living plants and animals) *artifacts (objects made by humans)
    14. 14. HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT THE PAST?Non-written sources * fossils (imprints or remains of once-living plants and animals) *artifacts (objects made by humans) *oral tradition
    15. 15. HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT THE PAST?Non-written sources * fossils (imprints or remains of once-living plants and animals) *artifacts (objects made by humans) *oral tradition Examples of artifacts jewelry tools coins pottery tombs photographs
    16. 16. HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT THE PAST?Non-written sources * fossils (imprints or remains of once-living plants and animals) *artifacts (objects made by humans) *oral tradition Examples of artifacts jewelry tools coins pottery tombs photographs
    17. 17. WHEN AND WHY WAS SAS STARTED
    18. 18. WHEN AND WHY WAS SAS STARTEDOpened on Sept. 17, 1912 with 38 students
    19. 19. WHEN AND WHY WAS SAS STARTEDOpened on Sept. 17, 1912 with 38 studentsPrep school for the children of missionaries (peoplesent to spread Christianity in a foreign country),businessmen, the consulate, and military families
    20. 20. WHEN AND WHY WAS SAS STARTEDOpened on Sept. 17, 1912 with 38 studentsPrep school for the children of missionaries (peoplesent to spread Christianity in a foreign country),businessmen, the consulate, and military familiesBoth a day school and a boarding school
    21. 21. GETTING TO SCHOOL
    22. 22. GETTING TO SCHOOLWalking
    23. 23. GETTING TO SCHOOLWalkingTaking a tram
    24. 24. GETTING TO SCHOOLWalkingTaking a tramRiding in a ricksha
    25. 25. GETTING TO SCHOOLWalkingTaking a tramRiding in a rickshaRiding in horse carriages
    26. 26. THE SCHOOL CHEER
    27. 27. THE SCHOOL CHEER Razzle, dazzle, yip, yap, yes, What’s the matter with SAS? They’re all right, They’re no bluff,Shanghai Americans are hot stuff!
    28. 28. BOARDING LIFE
    29. 29. BOARDING LIFEBoarders essentials... a mosquito net umbrella overshoes nail file napkin ring
    30. 30. BOARDING LIFEBoarders essentials... a mosquito net umbrella overshoes nail file napkin ring
    31. 31. BOARDING LIFEBoarders essentials... a mosquito net umbrella overshoes nail file napkin ring Look at these snazzy shoes.The latest fashion!
    32. 32. BOARDING LIFE CON’T
    33. 33. BOARDING LIFE CON’T
    34. 34. BOARDING LIFE CON’T Worker carrying water
    35. 35. BOARDING LIFE CON’TThere was running cold water, butnot running hot water Worker carrying water
    36. 36. BOARDING LIFE CON’TThere was running cold water, butnot running hot waterTook baths on Wed. and Sat.; 4students to a tub! Worker carrying water
    37. 37. BOARDING LIFE CON’TThere was running cold water, butnot running hot waterTook baths on Wed. and Sat.; 4students to a tub!Hot water, for the baths, werecarried by servants from hot watershops down the street Worker carrying water
    38. 38. BOARDING LIFE CON’TThere was running cold water, butnot running hot waterTook baths on Wed. and Sat.; 4students to a tub!Hot water, for the baths, werecarried by servants from hot watershops down the streetStudents were awakened by a gongin the morning Worker carrying water
    39. 39. BOARDING LIFE CON’T
    40. 40. BOARDING LIFE CON’T
    41. 41. BOARDING LIFE CON’T Toilets were buckets which the farmerscollected for the fields
    42. 42. BOARDING LIFE CON’T Toilets were buckets which the farmerscollected for the fieldsNo flush toilets in the dormitories
    43. 43. BOARDING LIFE CON’T Toilets were buckets which the farmerscollected for the fieldsNo flush toilets in the dormitoriesDemerits given for bad behavior
    44. 44. BOARDING LIFE CON’T Toilets were buckets which the farmerscollected for the fieldsNo flush toilets in the dormitoriesDemerits given for bad behaviorHad to attend church
    45. 45. BOARDING LIFE CON’T Toilets were buckets which the farmerscollected for the fieldsNo flush toilets in the dormitoriesDemerits given for bad behaviorHad to attend churchNo dancing allowed:(
    46. 46. BOARDING LIFE CON’T Toilets were buckets which the farmerscollected for the fieldsNo flush toilets in the dormitoriesDemerits given for bad behaviorHad to attend churchNo dancing allowed:(Coal stoves heated the rooms
    47. 47. BOARDING LIFE CON’T Toilets were buckets which the farmerscollected for the fieldsNo flush toilets in the dormitoriesDemerits given for bad behaviorHad to attend churchNo dancing allowed:(Coal stoves heated the rooms
    48. 48. COURSES
    49. 49. COURSESHigh school English foreign language, Latin, math, history, science, Bible study, drawing, vocal music
    50. 50. COURSESHigh school English foreign language, Latin, math, history, science, Bible study, drawing, vocal musicElementary (Grades 1-8) spelling, parts of speech, language, penmanship, Chinese geography
    51. 51. COURSESHigh school English foreign language, Latin, math, history, science, Bible study, drawing, vocal musicElementary (Grades 1-8) spelling, parts of speech, language, penmanship, Chinese geography
    52. 52. COURSESHigh school English foreign language, Latin, math, history, science, Bible study, drawing, vocal musicElementary (Grades 1-8) spelling, parts of speech, language, penmanship, Chinese geography Practicing the Palmer Method
    53. 53. TYPICAL CLASSROOM IN 1912
    54. 54. PHOTO OF SHANGHAI IN 1912
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