Jane Eyre

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Jane Eyre

Jane Eyre

Sewing"Jane: I was glad when, about three o’clock in the afternoon, Miss Smith put into my hands a border of muslin two yards long, together with needle, thimble, 'c., and sent me to sit in a quiet corner of the schoolroom, with directions to hem the same".

Attend to the church "Jane: I remember well the distracting irritation I endured from this cause every evening, when my feet inflamed...". "We had to walk two miles to Brocklebridge Church". "Some half-dozen of little girls were overpowered with sleep".

Drawing"Jane: In less than two months I was allowed to commence French and drawing".

Reading"Jane:I saw a girl sitting on a stone bench near; she was bent over a book". "Jane: Is your book interesting? Helen: I like it. Jane: I do like reading".

Extracurricularactivities

In modern Chilean educational systemthere is more variety in the activities for women, they can participate not only in those which are consider "feminine", but also in sport, carpentry, debate, among others.Nowadays, extracurricular activities are not only limited to the school. Outside the establishments there are plenty of activities that are offered for everyone for free.

As in the book, nowadays extracurricular activities play a fundamental role in Education.In some Chilean religious schools, students must attend to the church.

In Chile, most the schools offer extracurricular activities, which varies from one establishment to another. These activities are designed to complement the integral development of the students; to promote socialization, integration into diverse groups and to accept or learn to lead and work in teams.In order to instill the importance of extracurricular activities,Chile created in 2001 an educational program for children with academic talents, which is characterized for being extracurricular.

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