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    • 1. What Was School Like? By Monish
    • 2. Question What was school like in 1900?
    • 3. Answer Answer • School Was very tough in the 1900. The teachers would hit the student with canes.
    • 4. Main Page Introduction Information Sports Fun Facts School Jobs Pictures Video
    • 5. Information
    • 6. Information In the early 1900s, the wealthy children attended private academies.
    • 7. Information In the early 1900s, the wealthy children attended private academies. Most subjects were the same, but the teachers were harder on the children in public schools.   If the kids did something wrong, the teachers would hit them with canes.
    • 8. More Information Schools were houses with a few rooms in them set aside for classrooms. They were small, with only about three or four pupils in each grade. One teacher taught several grades in just one room. In the private schools, girls and boys were not together. They went to separate academies. Some of the subjects the girls learned were reading, spelling, history, arithmetic, geography or handwriting. Sometimes they learned manners and dancing, French, drawing and how to walk and act like a young lady.
    • 9. And More Information Main Page
    • 10. And More Information Children in 1940s had the same subjects as we have now but the classrooms looked different. Each student sat separately, and the desks and chairs were fastened to the floor in straight rows. The teachers were more strict and the classrooms more orderly. At recess time children would march out of the classrooms in organized lines. Most of the time boys and girls played on separate playgrounds. Children would get to school by riding a bicycle or walking. Sometimes, children lived so close to the school that they could go home for lunch and return to school. Main Page
    • 11. Main Page
    • 12. Introduction Main Page
    • 13. Introduction Main Page
    • 14. Pictures In 1900
    • 15. Pictures In 1900
    • 16. Pictures In 1900
    • 17. Pictures In 1900
    • 18. Pictures In 1900
    • 19. Pictures In 1900
    • 20. Pictures In 1900
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    • 22. Pictures In 1900
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    • 28. Pictures In 1900
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    • 30. Pictures In 1900
    • 31. Pictures In 1900
    • 32. Pictures In 1900 Main Page
    • 33. Main Page
    • 34. Sports Main Page
    • 35. Sports • The children at school’s would play tennis, hockey, rounders, marbles, cricket, football and basketball. Main Page
    • 36. • The children at school’s would play tennis, hockey, rounders, marbles, cricket, football and basketball. Main Page
    • 37. Main Page
    • 38. School Jobs • At Linton School in Manawatu they had milk monitors. They world bring milk botties in cratesto class rooms for morning refreshments. Main Page
    • 39. Fun Facts Main Page
    • 40. Fun Facts Sometimes 100 pupils would crowd into a class room Main Page
    • 41. Fun Facts Main Page
    • 42. Fun Facts Young New Zealanders in 1950s could anticipate at least 10 years of education Main Page
    • 43. Fun Facts Main Page
    • 44. Fun Facts In World War11 School Chlidren world were gas macks in case of gas attacks. Main Page
    • 45. Fun Facts Main Page
    • 46. Video Pictures Next Page
    • 47. Bibliography
    • 48. Books School Times Early Days Schooling
    • 49. Answers
    • 50. Google Images
    • 51. http://www.enotes.com/1900-education-american- decades
    • 52. Wiki Ansers
    • 53. You Tube
    • 54. Thanks For Watching