2 edition of Benjamin Franklin and education found in the catalog.
Benjamin Franklin and education
Cloyd, David Excelmons.
Bibliography: p. ix.
|Statement||by David Excelmons Cloyd.|
|Contributions||Benjamin Franklin Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||PS752 .C5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 104 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||104|
|LC Control Number||02030126|
Book Review: The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin Name Institution Tutor Date Book Review: The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin Introduction An exemplary memoir in the American’s History, Benjamin Franklin's Autobiography is one has caught the American audience over the years. Benjamin Franklin Biography - - Benjamin Franklin Biography and List of Works - Benjamin Franklin Books COVID Update Biblio is open and shipping orders.
Benjamin Franklin found traditional schools “too ornamental” and distrusted their methods; he preferred practicality in his educational philosophy, such as suggesting students primarily learn the English language, rather than classic languages such as Latin, in addition to other practical subjects in the classroom. Undoubtedly, the Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin is riddled with faults. It is very muddled, particularly towards the end. It was not written in a continuous stretch, but rather pasted together out of separate fragments that were written years apart from one another; often, the author could not remember what he had even written in the previous sections.
Benjamin Franklin died in , but his career revealed that he was a self-made and largely self-educated person who won success because of his ambitions and common sense. A brief survey of his claims revealed his wide-ranging interests in developing English-language schools and helping people further their education. Benjamin Franklin: “America’s First Great Man” “Only here in America were common folk given a chance to show what they could do on their own without a master to push and order them about.” ~Eric Hoffer Benjamin Franklin was the quintessential American, and the classic example of a self-made man.
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One of the foremost of the Founding Fathers, he helped draft the Declaration of Independence and was one of its signers, he represented the United States in France during the American Revolution, and he was a delegate to the Constitutional Convention.
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At the age of 12, Ben was apprenticed to his brother James, a printer. Since Franklin's been so invested in educating himself throughout his life, Vaughan encourages him to keep writing by telling him his life story (and the Art of Virtue, which Franklin doesn't finish) will help other people engage in that same kind of "self-education." This may appeal to Franklin even more than flattery or compliments: seeing his work as an instrument that will help other people to do something.
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His father Josiah Franklin was a candlemaker. At eight, he was sent to Boston’s Latin school with the idea of entering Harvard, which would prepare him.
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