Tudor School Boy Life.

By: Vives, Juan LuisMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2012Description: 1 online resource (305 p.)ISBN: 9781136266294Subject(s): Dialogues, Latin (Medieval and modern) - Translations into English | Dialogues, Latin (Medieval and modern) -- Translations into English | Education - England - History - 16th century - Sources | Education -- England -- History -- 16th century -- Sources | Great Britain - History - Tudors, 1485-1603 - Sources | Great Britain -- History -- Tudors, 1485-1603 -- Sources | Latin language - Readers | Latin language -- Readers -- Early works to 1800Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Tudor School Boy LifeDDC classification: 371.80942 LOC classification: LA637.7 .V5813Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover ; Tudor School-Boy Life ; Copyright ; Contente ; Introduction ; J. L. Vives: A Scholar of the Renascence ; The Significance of the Dialogues of J. L. Vives ; The Dedication of the School-Dialogues of Vives ; Contents of the Dialogues ; Home and School Life ; Subject-matter and Style ; Popularity ; The Greek Words in Vives' Dialogues ; Euphrosynus Lapinus ; Style ; Characteristics of Vives as a Writer of Dialogues ; Vives as a Precursor of the Dra ; Some Educational Aspects of Vives' Dialogues ; Vives' Idea of the School ; Games ; Nature Study ; Wine-drinking and Water-drinking
The Vernacular The Educational Ideal of Vives ; Vives' Last Dialogue: The Precepts of Education ; Dialogues ; I. Surrectio Matutina-getting Up in the Morning ; II. Prima Salutatio-morning Greetings . . ; III. Deductio Ad Ludum-escorting to School . ; Tudor School-boy Life; IV. Euntes Ad Ludum Literarium-going to School ; V. Lectio-reading ; VI. Reditus Domum Et Lusus Puerilis-the Return Home and Children's Play . . ; VII. Refectio Scholastica-school Meals . . ; VIII. Garrientes-students' Chatter ; IX. Iter Et Equus-journey on Horseback . .
X. Scriptio-writing XI. Vestitus Et Deambulatio Matutina-getting Dressed and the Morning Constitutional . ; XII. Domus-the New House. ; XIII. Schola-the School ; XIV. Cubiculum Et Lucubratio-the Sleeping-room and Studies by Night ; XV. Culina-the Kitchen ; XVI. Triclinium-the Dining-room . . ; XVII. Convivium-the Banquet ; XVIII. Ebrietas-drunkenness ; XIV. Regia-the King's Palace ; XX. Princeps Puer-the Young Prince . . ; XXI. Ludus Chartarum Seu Foliorum-card- Playing or Paper-games
XVII. Leges Ludi-laws of Playing . . XXIII. Corpus Hominis Exterius-the Exterior of Man's Body ; XXIV. Educatio-education ; XXV. Praecepta Educationis - the Precepts of Education ; Index
Summary: Published in the year 1970, Tudor School Boy Life is a valuable contribution to the field of Education.
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Cover ; Tudor School-Boy Life ; Copyright ; Contente ; Introduction ; J. L. Vives: A Scholar of the Renascence ; The Significance of the Dialogues of J. L. Vives ; The Dedication of the School-Dialogues of Vives ; Contents of the Dialogues ; Home and School Life ; Subject-matter and Style ; Popularity ; The Greek Words in Vives' Dialogues ; Euphrosynus Lapinus ; Style ; Characteristics of Vives as a Writer of Dialogues ; Vives as a Precursor of the Dra ; Some Educational Aspects of Vives' Dialogues ; Vives' Idea of the School ; Games ; Nature Study ; Wine-drinking and Water-drinking

The Vernacular The Educational Ideal of Vives ; Vives' Last Dialogue: The Precepts of Education ; Dialogues ; I. Surrectio Matutina-getting Up in the Morning ; II. Prima Salutatio-morning Greetings . . ; III. Deductio Ad Ludum-escorting to School . ; Tudor School-boy Life; IV. Euntes Ad Ludum Literarium-going to School ; V. Lectio-reading ; VI. Reditus Domum Et Lusus Puerilis-the Return Home and Children's Play . . ; VII. Refectio Scholastica-school Meals . . ; VIII. Garrientes-students' Chatter ; IX. Iter Et Equus-journey on Horseback . .

X. Scriptio-writing XI. Vestitus Et Deambulatio Matutina-getting Dressed and the Morning Constitutional . ; XII. Domus-the New House. ; XIII. Schola-the School ; XIV. Cubiculum Et Lucubratio-the Sleeping-room and Studies by Night ; XV. Culina-the Kitchen ; XVI. Triclinium-the Dining-room . . ; XVII. Convivium-the Banquet ; XVIII. Ebrietas-drunkenness ; XIV. Regia-the King's Palace ; XX. Princeps Puer-the Young Prince . . ; XXI. Ludus Chartarum Seu Foliorum-card- Playing or Paper-games

XVII. Leges Ludi-laws of Playing . . XXIII. Corpus Hominis Exterius-the Exterior of Man's Body ; XXIV. Educatio-education ; XXV. Praecepta Educationis - the Precepts of Education ; Index

Published in the year 1970, Tudor School Boy Life is a valuable contribution to the field of Education.

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