The earthly guardian of the girls became governess Elizabeth Kardel, which not only taught the basics Princess of knowledge, a passion to her book, but she had given the girl a lot of important moral lessons that largely defined its attitude to life. Catherine II was not the monster that it used to represent and are often still in the hands of unscrupulous contemporaries and descendants. But she was a real person, with all the inherent human feelings and weaknesses. Mother, who took away the child, wanting to take revenge, she decided to raise her grandson taking it from the parents. Paradox just say that for the benefit of Alexander the First it not get. However, the pedagogical system developed by Catherine for grandchildren, Alexander and Constantine, however, was a good cause – she brought in this difficult and delicate a matter as the raising of the Imperial children of the reasonableness of the classification, the lack of which had already begun badly to give myself to know. The first and main principle is that special attention was given to those postulates that scooped himself from Orthodox morality: “Try in all cases to instill in children a love for mankind and even compassion for every creature.”. “.Who has neither Continue reading
The girl should be quiet, economical and accurate, its merits – a docile and gentle nature, and the main objective – to marry well, become a model housewife and have children. And this is not a description of the methods of education of the Middle ages – this Patriarchal realities of modern Ukraine, where the girls forget to tell that they’re individuals and can build your life, career and family, not being dependent on men. Therapist of Leonid Semakov believes that in this way one of the girls raise free staff.
The middle ages in 2012
When I was preparing for an interview on this topic, to be honest, I doubt that the problem of educating girls in a Patriarchal style now just as relevant as, for example, 30 years ago. But was unpleasantly surprised to find many tips for raising girls frankly humiliating display. For example, how about this: “Educating a girl can do without such approvals as “good”, “well done”, “clever”. Such words of encouragement of a girl forced to be like the boy and strive to achieve success, to obtain the approval. But this will not make her happy. Many women incorrectly educated, strive for achievement, a career, a great income, but feel even more marginalized and deprived of love”? The mind boggles that the desire for achievement is considered to be improper upbringing in 2012!
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