Existe um “currículo” comum para filhos de casas nobres em Westeros?

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Como um spin-off de Como é o sistema educacional em Westeros? onde aprendemos que

  • Nem todas as casas têm maestros . Se um Meistre não puder ser contratado, o Senhor da casa frequentemente encontrará alguém para ensinar seus filhos.

  • Uma vez que uma casa nobre tenha feito arranjos com seu Meistre a respeito dos assuntos apropriados para seus filhos, o Meistre geralmente ensinará as crianças conforme necessário, usando um currículo programado.

Eu me pergunto o que eles normalmente aprendem.

Eu entendo que tudo o que eles são ensinados, difere muito dependendo do gênero (já que coisas muito diferentes são esperadas de cada um). A partir do programa de TV, eu me lembro de ter visto os Starks aprendendo a usar espadas (ou a lutar), arco e flechas e aprendendo a heráldica (aprendendo sobre as outras casas nobres). Provavelmente andar e ler e escrever são ensinados também.

Qual é o currículo habitual para os filhos de casas nobres em Westeros?

    
por Kreann 15.09.2017 / 04:50
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Já que você está procurando uma resposta para uma casa nobre, acho que podemos usar o exemplo de Young Griff :

  • Artes marciais

    When the bacon was gone, Duck punched Young Griff in the shoulder. "Time to raise some bruises. Swords today, I think."

    "Swords?" Young Griff grinned. "Swords will be sweet."

    A Dance with Dragons - Tyrion IV

  • Teologia

    Whilst Young Griff went off with Septa Lemore to be instructed in the mysteries of the Faith, Tyrion stripped off the wet clothes and donned dry ones.

    A Dance with Dragons - Tyrion IV

  • Idiomas, geometria, história

    The lesson began with languages. Young Griff spoke the Common Tongue as if he had been born to it, and was fluent in High Valyrian, the low dialects of Pentos, Tyrosh, Myr, and Lys, and the trade talk of sailors. The Volantene dialect was as new to him as it was to Tyrion, so every day they learned a few more words whilst Haldon corrected their mistakes. Meereenese was harder; its roots were Valyrian as well, but the tree had been grafted onto the harsh, ugly tongue of Old Ghis. "You need a bee up your nose to speak Ghiscari properly," Tyrion complained. Young Griff laughed, but the Halfmaester only said, "Again." The boy obeyed, though he rolled his eyes along with his zzzs this time. He has a better ear than me, Tyrion was forced to admit, though I'll wager my tongue is still more nimble.

    Geometry followed languages. There the boy was less adroit, but Haldon was a patient teacher, and Tyrion was able to make himself of use as well. He had learned the mysteries of squares and circles and triangles from his father's maesters at Casterly Rock, and they came back more quickly than he would have thought.

    By the time they turned to history, Young Griff was growing restive.

    A Dance with Dragons - Tyrion IV

Que, em suma, é uma educação bastante completa!

Tyrion watched with mismatched eyes, and said, "The boy is bright. You have done well by him. Half the lords in Westeros are not so learned, sad to say. Languages, history, songs, sums … a heady stew for some sellsword's son."

A Dance with Dragons - Tyrion IV

Podemos ver isso mais cedo na série, bem como com as crianças Stark aprendendo com Meistre Luwin (especificamente heráldica de aprendizado Bran), Sor Rodrick Cassel (ensinando os garotos de armas) e Septa Mordane (ensinando Sansa e Arya costurando, entre outras coisas).

    
por 15.09.2017 / 13:56
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