Greek Americans Now. Heather Sandefur Brianne Sandefur Jataya Randall Stacy Reh Julian Taylor Holly Ostrom Roxane Thogmartin. Greek School. Study Guide. Under whose rule were Greeks forbidden to attend schools? When was the school expansion program adopted?
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Festivals for Children
Modern Greek-American Children’s Literature
Most Greek children’s literature didn’t begin to surface until the end of the 19th century. The only books available for Greek children to read before that were Aesop’s fables, Greek poetry, and historical books. Main characteristics of Greek children's literature such as etho-didacticism, rationalism and the projection of the triptych which means, "Fatherland, religion, family" were the main genre of children’s books well into the beginning of the 20th Century.
* Example literature: Mr. Semolina-Semolinus by Anthony Manna and Christodoula Mitakidou
Fictional Greek American Tales
* Example literature: It’s all Greek toMe by Jon Scieszka and My Mother’s Daughters by Doris Orgell
Greek Children And Their Religion
Favoring mother at home with children (if able to)
Most important values instilled in children
Greek School- Heather Sandefur
Festivals for Children- Brianne Sandefur
Children’s Literature- Jataya Randall
Greek Children and their Religion- Stacy Reh
Gender Roles- Julian Taylor
Child’s Play-Holly Ostrom
Family Life- Roxane Thogmartin