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Oral history project

we are going to talk about the differences between education in the 50’s and 60’s, also the differences between women and between city and a small village in Spain.
We are going to interview two people about this, and they’ll give us information about this topic and their own experiences.
We hope that you like our next entries about this exiting topic.

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Oral history project

  1. 1. ORAL HISTORY PROJECT Laura Moreno Sánchez Beatriz Pousa Blanco Alejandra Quiñones Riaza
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION
  3. 3. CONTENTS Present our narrators Background Interviews Conclussions
  4. 4. NARRATORS María Paz Isabel
  5. 5. NARRATORS María Paz Madrid, on November the 13th of 1959 Middle class family She went to school from 5 to 18 year – old She went to private schools Nowadays, she is working in Endesa as a secretary
  6. 6. NARRATORS Isabel Tuxe, on September the 8th of 1947 Working class family She went to school from 6 to 14 year – old She went to the girl’s school of the village Nowadays, she is retired
  7. 7. BACKGROUND On the 50’s and the 60’s was the dictatorship called Francoism Education was regulated by was the “Moyano Law” (1857) The government published “The White Book of Education”. Information on it was: - The 17% of the adult population was illiterate (mostly women) - The education system depended on the social classes: - Working class, in a village - Middle class, in the city
  8. 8. INTERVIEW About Primary School (Madrid): - Small - Few classes - For boys and girls (20 per class) - Uniform - Without playground After School: From 5 to 10 years old → Primary Education - No University - Shorthand, typing, French and English “I like school but not doing homewoork” María Paz
  9. 9. INTERVIEW About School (Tuxe): - One class - Big - All ages together - Only for girls (20 - 30 per class) After School: From 6 to 14 years old → Primary Education - Classes at teacher’s home - She studied French (Paris) - She studied hairdressing (Madrid) “ Every morning we have to sing the National Anthem” Isabel
  10. 10. INTERVIEW How were your teachers?
  11. 11. INTERVIEW María Paz How was the methodology?
  12. 12. SCHOOL IN THE CITY OR IN THE VILLAGE? “I prefer the education in the city!” “I prefer the education in the city!”
  13. 13. CONCLUSSIONS The relationship between teachers and students: - In the city was more authoritarian - In the village was warmer and closer The methodology was completly different: - In the city was all about books, notebooks… - In the village was just one encyclopedia and more practical There’s a huge difference between schools: - In the city there was a building with small several classes - In the village there was just a big classroom
  14. 14. More information: http://thehappyspringknight.blogspot.com.es/

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we are going to talk about the differences between education in the 50’s and 60’s, also the differences between women and between city and a small village in Spain. We are going to interview two people about this, and they’ll give us information about this topic and their own experiences. We hope that you like our next entries about this exiting topic.

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