Rules for School

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Sociopolitical Documentary hosted by various narrators, published by KINO Classics in 1947 - English narration

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Prior to the era of the open classroom, schoolhouses were places of order and discipline. Assisting in the behavioral conditioning necessary for a smoothly-operating classroom, educational filmmakers often focused their attention on proper school-going etiquette. This collection of films samples some of the subtle (and not-so-subtle) messages that were communicated to multiple generations of American youth, on topics such as safety, vandalism, and overzealous school spirit. The films also serve as a time capsule of sorts, offering a fascinating glimpse into the concerns of parents and teachers about the threat and consequences of nonconformist behavior. 01 - School Rules: How They Help Us 1953, color, 10 Min. 02 - How Quiet Helps at School 1953, color, 10 Min. 03 - Manners in School 1958, color, 11 Min. 04 - Safe Living at School 1948, color, 10 Min. 05 - Take Your Choice 1962, color, 12 Min. 06 - School Spirit and Sportsmanship 1953, color, 10 Min. 07 - Making the Most of School 1958, color, 9 Min. 08 - Rescue Man 1982, color, 14 Min. 09 - Mike Makes His Mark 1955, color, 25 Min. 10 - Noontime Nonsense 1955, color, 13 Min. 11 - Maintaining Classroom Discipline 1947, color, 14 Min. 12 - When Should Grown-Ups Stop Fights? 1955, color, 14 Min. 13 - Civil Defense in School 1959, color, 23 Min. 14 - Adult Guards for School Crossings 1960, color, 6 Min. 15 - Story-telling: Can You Tell It in Order? 1953, color, 10 Min.


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  • Duration: 52mn 39s
  • File size: 893 MB
  • Width: 720 pixels
  • Height: 480 pixels
  • Bitrate: 2689 kbs
  • Display aspect ratio: 4:3
  • Frame rate: 29.970 fps
  • Audio Codec: AAC-LC
  • Channel(s): 2 channels
  • Sampling rate: 48.0 KHz
  • Encoded by: Turbojugend
  • Credit goes to: skaleton

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