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Pupils, teachers and schools in Pompeii

Laurentino Garcia y Garcia

Pupils, teachers and schools in Pompeii

childhood, youth and culture in the Roman era

by Laurentino Garcia y Garcia

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Published by Bardi in Roma .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education -- Italy -- Pompeii (Extinct city) -- History.,
  • Education -- Italy -- Pompeii (Extinct city) -- Art.,
  • Mural painting and decoration -- Italy -- Pompeii (Extinct city),
  • Pompeii (Extinct city) -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 171-173).

    StatementLaurentino Garcı́a y Garcı́a ; edited by Marı́a Elisa Garcı́a Barraco.
    GenreArt.
    SeriesCollezione archeologica -- 4
    ContributionsGarcia Barraco, Maria Elisa. ed.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination173 p. :
    Number of Pages173
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21054485M
    ISBN 108888620257
    ISBN 109788888620251

    Lonely Planet Naples, Pompeii & the Amalfi Coast (Travel Guide) by Lonely Planet, Cristian Bonetto, et al. | out of 5 stars The bibliography, which lists mostly works in English, includes many general works on Greek and Roman civilization, but omits many relevant, more specific works such as: Keith Bradley, "The Sentimental Education of the Roman Child: The Role of Pet-Keeping," Latomus () ; Laurentino García, Pupils, Teachers and Schools in Pompeii.

    But Pompeii proves to be a corrupt and violent town, and Attilius soon discovers that there are powerful forces at work—both natural and man-made—threatening to destroy him. With his trademark elegance and intelligence, Robert Harris, bestselling author of Archangel and Fatherland, re-creates a world on the brink of disaster.   This book presents that dramatic story with brief text and stunning frescoes using the same colors, style, and technique as the ancient frescoes unearthed there. In addition to the destruction of the city and the rediscovery of the ruins nearly 1, years later, this book shows what daily life was like in this prosperous Roman town in the year.

    Many teachers have completed postgraduate studies and scholarly research on Pompeii and Herculaneum in Italy and at Australian universities. For example, in while teaching Ancient History in a New South Wales high school, I was awarded a travelling history scholarship sponsored by the Premier of New South Wales to further the professional. Classical Teachers (EMACT) offers a certificate system for the introduction of Ancient Greek via a series of graded test booklets. Level 1E (Entry) for non-specialists can be taken with resources supplied in the booklets and is meant for interested time-strapped groups, whilst Levels 1S/2S/3S (Specialist) pre-suppose certain amounts of teaching.


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Get this from a library. Pupils, teachers and schools in Pompeii: childhood, youth and culture in the Roman era. [Laurentino García y García; María Elisa García Barraco]. Romans in Britain - full history unit for Y3/4 including detailed lesson plans, teacher guides and pupil resources. ‘Escape from Pompeii’ Literacy Pack - a two-week literacy unit for Y3/4 based on the book ‘Escape from Pompeii’, with a final written outcome for pupils of writing their own Pompeii narrative.

Pompeii. Showing top 8 worksheets in the category - Pompeii. Some of the worksheets displayed are Life and death in the shadow of vesuvius, Inside out, Pompeii the last Pupils, Pompeii an introduction, Rem scienceactivities, Resource pack for primary teachers pompeii live schools, Pompeii, Rediscovering pompeii.

Key teachers and schools in Pompeii book 2 and 3 pupils can be transported to the heart of the life and times of the people of the Roman cities Pompeii and Herculaneum in this minute live screening for schools, taking place Author: Emily Drabble.

before or after viewing the A Day in Pompeii exhibition. We recommend that teachers become familiar with the Museum’s layout and collections by visiting the Museum prior to their excursion date. What your class will experience: View a 3D movie showing what residents of Pompeii would have experienced when Mount Vesuvius Size: 4MB.

Pompeii - Webquest with Key () - This 6 page document contains a webquest and teachers key related to the basics of the history of Pompeii and the volcanic eruption of Mount Vesuvius.

It contains 15 questions from the website. Your students will learn about the history of Pom. Here is some bullet points on what education was like back in Pompeii. Yes children did go to school, education was very important, for the rich family's they would pay a lot of money for there child or child's to be well educated.

Pompeii, Herculaneum, and Torre Annunziata were collectively designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in On the morning of Aug 79, the great volcano Mount Vesuvius began to belch forth steam, gases, lava, and flames.

Then a hail of pumice stones up to 3 inches ( centimeters) in diameter began, followed by a torrent of white ash. Pompeii was an ancient Roman city located in the modern comune of Pompeii near Naples in the Campania region of Italy. Pompeii, along with Herculaneum and many villas in the surrounding area, was buried under 4 to 6 m of volcanic ash and pumice in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD See the fact file below for more information on the Pompeii or alternatively, you can.

The DfES also funded a £5m pilot project involving 60 schools to develop technology-based courses for year 7 pupils in maths (developed by RM and 3T Productions), Latin (Granada Learning) and Author: George Cole. Pompeii was a very popular tourist destination during Roman times and many wealthy people had homes there or went there to visit.

It was especially popular because it was a coastal area. It is thought that there were approximat, people living in the city. As well as houses, Pompeii had a Roman forum, temples, an aqueduct. “A Superb Guide Book” We actually used this book to tour the excavations at Pompeii in Italy.

My six year old son had read the story many times before we went and when we were there we used the map to find all of the places mentioned, really bringing the visit to life and enabling us to see what the different ruins would have looked like before the eruption.

The lost city of Pompeii lay at the base of Mount Vesuvius near modern day Naples, Italy. On Aug AD 79, Pompeii, Stabaiae, Torre Annunziata, and surrounding communities were terrorized by the eruption of Mt.

Vesuvius. Pompeii was lost for years. Its rediscovery provided a detailed window into the Pax Roman era. Education. The A Day in Pompeii exhibition provides a variety of opportunities for schools to integrate into classroom programs, including topics as varied as ancient cultures, volcanoes, natural disasters, art and archaeology.

The Museum will be offering self-guided education resources and exclusive teacher-only events related to the exhibition. Further details will be. Discover Pompeii, The Vesuvious, the Amalfi Coast and many more. students in public or private schools in the European Union by reservation and accompanied by one teacher for every 10 pupils; Teachers and students of the Faculty of Architecture, Cultural Heritage Conservation, Education Science and degree courses in Literature or literary.

BOOK A FIELD TRIP TO POMPEII: THE EXHIBITION Ticket prices for school groups for POMPEII: THE EXHIBITION, including general admission to the Science Center, are available at the discounted rate of $ for students and chaperones. Audio tour guides are available at a cost of $ per person.

What happened to the ancient city of Pompeii. This lesson plan uses a text lesson to summarize the fateful events of 79 AD in Pompeii. An activity allows for creativity as students work together.

June 3, by KIDS DISCOVER. This free Lesson Plan for Kids Discover Pompeii will help you teach kids all about the ruins of this famous lost city, covering everything from the reasons why Mt.

Vesuvius erupted and how the. The website does state EU teachers are half price whereas history of art etc are free. Both husband and I are both teachers and are planning to visit Rome and Pompeii. The savings will amount to E Thank you both for taking the time to reply.

Edited: 4 years ago. Details and Description of the education of Pompeii. Blog. 24 April How to make a sales pitch on video; 22 April Strengthening a school community with Prezi Video. Schools in ancient Pompeii were the same as all the other schools in the empire.

Children were either taught at home by a private tutor or were sent to .Our teaching resources for natural disasters include worksheets, activities, and references on hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, volcanoes, and tsunamis.

Teach your students the science behind these geological and meteorological events with the diverse resources below. You'll find projects, fact sheets, lessons, and more to keep your students.Education-Ancient Pompeii Children in Pompeii began to have their first educational lessons from their mothers at just 7 years old and then began schola (school) in a small school which usually only has about 30 students.

Most girls, when they started school learned how to be a good housewife. These skills they had to learn included: cooking.