A Coggle Diagram about Education
(Girls and boys both go to school in mixed classrooms.
, Many poor children were sent to work instead of school.
, The school day usually lasted until 2 or 3 in the afternoon.
, Boys learned Latin, Greek, math, science, literature, music, and public speaking. Educated women could become midwives (nurses who helped with childbirth).
, Most boys continued their education until 12 or 13. Really wealthy boys stayed until 16 year of age.
, In rich families, both girls and boys were privately tutored by either their fathers or slaves.
, Everyone has the right to learn.
, Schools usually teach history, lanuage arts, science, math, a language such as spanish or chinese, and a music.
, Children go to school for free from age 2 to 18.
, After the age of 18, people have to pay for their school unless they reieve a scholarship for excellence.
and Families can also choose to send their children to private schools or homeschool them
(People are aloud to worship any religion as long as it does not hurt anyone else.
, Churches are a common place to practice religion.
, People have the right to choose which church to go to.
, Churches range from veryt fany to simple.
, The most common religion in the United States is Christianity.
, The Romans adapted the Greek Gods unto their own religion.
, The Romans sacrificed animals to the gods because they believed that they controlled everything.
and The Romans welcomed most religions as long as didn't offend the emperor.
(The rich had spacious, airy homes, while the poor had small, dark apartments.
, The fanciest room in the rich's house
, The poor were crowded into apartments that spread disease and fires easily.
, Houses are all spacious will many rooms.
, Richer people have bigger houses with more land.
, All houses have bathrooms, and seperate bedrooms.
and Houses are sturdy and usually made of wood, drywall, or brick.
(Rome used aqueducts to transport water from springs outside the city.
, The United States has plumbing and hot water available to most people.
, The Aqueducts were arguably the most innovative invention by the Roman people. They were the first of their time.
, Citizens wash themselves in water.
, Collected water from rivers and rain.
and People recieve water through an undergroud system.
) and Recreation
(The rich enjoyed plays and musical preformances. They didn't have to work for the slaves did everything.
, The rich also hung out near the bathes, which had gardens , libraries, shops and art galleries.
, All Romans enjoyed watching the Gladiators fight and the chariot races.
, Recreation is a very common part of everyday life in the United States because most do not need to farm for a living any more.
, People enjoy going to movies, the pool, theme parks, nature and take trips to have fun.
and Sports such as golf, tennis, soccer, football hockey and baseball are common in the United States.