Women education

Women education
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  • www.william_shakespeare.info/elizabethan-women.htm
  • Language area.
  • Dancing lesson
  • Tutor
  • www.william_shakespeare.info/elizabethan-women.htm
  • University
  • www.elizabethi.org/contents/women/
  • Literature
  • Thou not be in politics, but thou be in literature!
  • Noble girls were taught by tutors. They were taught multiple languages, like Greek, Latin, Italian, and French, also music and dancing. This means that girls education depends on if they are born in nobility or not, and they need to be taught specific subjects.  GP
  • Women could be taught at age five or even younger. Common women could not attend schools and universities. This means noble women had to have an age striction but could not attend universities.   GP
  • Women could not be allowed in professions, like politics and law. They could work in literature. This means that women had specific parts of education to be taught and not to be taught.    GP
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