Founder's day keynote

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Keynote that points out facts about the early years of SAS.

Keynote that points out facts about the early years of SAS.

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  • 1. FOUNDER’S DAY 2011
  • 2. FOUNDER’S DAY 2011
  • 3. HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT THE PAST?
  • 4. HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT THE PAST?Written sources anything with writing on it! letters popular songs diaries speeches poems maps
  • 5. HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT THE PAST?Written sources anything with writing on it! letters popular songs diaries speeches poems maps
  • 6. HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT THE PAST?Written sources anything with writing on it! letters popular songs diaries speeches poems maps Diary
  • 7. HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT THE PAST?Written sources anything with writing on it! letters popular songs diaries speeches poems maps Diary
  • 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. HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT THE PAST?
  • 10. HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT THE PAST?
  • 11. HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT THE PAST?Non-written sources
  • 12. HOW DO WE LEARN ABOUT THE PAST?Non-written sources * fossils (imprints or remains of once-living plants and animals)
  • 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. 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. 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. 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. WHEN AND WHY WAS SAS STARTED
  • 18. WHEN AND WHY WAS SAS STARTEDOpened on Sept. 17, 1912 with 38 students
  • 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. 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. GETTING TO SCHOOL
  • 22. GETTING TO SCHOOLWalking
  • 23. GETTING TO SCHOOLWalkingTaking a tram
  • 24. GETTING TO SCHOOLWalkingTaking a tramRiding in a ricksha
  • 25. GETTING TO SCHOOLWalkingTaking a tramRiding in a rickshaRiding in horse carriages
  • 26. THE SCHOOL CHEER
  • 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. BOARDING LIFE
  • 29. BOARDING LIFEBoarders essentials... a mosquito net umbrella overshoes nail file napkin ring
  • 30. BOARDING LIFEBoarders essentials... a mosquito net umbrella overshoes nail file napkin ring
  • 31. BOARDING LIFEBoarders essentials... a mosquito net umbrella overshoes nail file napkin ring Look at these snazzy shoes.The latest fashion!
  • 32. BOARDING LIFE CON’T
  • 33. BOARDING LIFE CON’T
  • 34. BOARDING LIFE CON’T Worker carrying water
  • 35. BOARDING LIFE CON’TThere was running cold water, butnot running hot water Worker carrying water
  • 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. 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. 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. BOARDING LIFE CON’T
  • 40. BOARDING LIFE CON’T
  • 41. BOARDING LIFE CON’T Toilets were buckets which the farmerscollected for the fields
  • 42. BOARDING LIFE CON’T Toilets were buckets which the farmerscollected for the fieldsNo flush toilets in the dormitories
  • 43. BOARDING LIFE CON’T Toilets were buckets which the farmerscollected for the fieldsNo flush toilets in the dormitoriesDemerits given for bad behavior
  • 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. 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. 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. 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. COURSES
  • 49. COURSESHigh school English foreign language, Latin, math, history, science, Bible study, drawing, vocal music
  • 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. 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. 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. TYPICAL CLASSROOM IN 1912
  • 54. PHOTO OF SHANGHAI IN 1912