Theme: Comparing the system of education in GB and Kazakhstan
Methods: answer-question, matching, testing
Educational: to enlarge and to broaden knowledge about schools , to enrich vocabulary, making up questions ,to get introduce with new grammar: article.
Development : to improve reading, speaking, writing, sharing opinions, speaking monological.
Up brining: to bring up pupils love school, and to keep school rules
The procedure of the lesson:
Greeting the class
Checking up the participants
Asking on duty
Asking about holiday.
To have a conversation about holiday
Checking up the homework
A child learns by playing
A school where parents pay for it
A special clothes for pupils
To go to school
Math, English, Science is called
To do sport
Place leaving clothes
Level of buildings
To set up at a certain place
To speak about for and against
A field of the school
A football land
And now let’s answer my questions, please?
1) What subjects do you have at school this year?
2) What are your favourite subjects? Why?
3) How many lessons do you have a day?
4) What lessons do you have today?
5) Is your school big or small?
6) Do pupils wear a uniform?
7) Do you have a library at school?
8) Do you like your school?
9) Do your parents pay for your education?
1 Children in Britain start school when they are five. They stay at school until they are 16 or older. Children attend nursery school from the age of about 3, but these schools are not compulsory. Compulsory education begins at the age of 5, when children go to primary school. Primary education lasts for six years. Then pupils go to secondary school. They study subjects: English, mathematics, science, geography, history, art, music, physical education and a foreign language. Most secondary schools teach Spanish, German, Italian and Russian. Pupils take exams at the age of 7, 11 and 14. After 5 years of secondary education they take the GCSE examination. Secondary education ends at 16. Some pupils stay at school and other pupils go to colleges. Higher education begins at 18 and lasts 3 or 4 years.
Some parents send their children to private schools. State education is free.
1) Choose the right variant.
1) In GB education is compulsory between ages of …
a) 5-6 and 15 years b) 6-7 and 15 years c) 8 and 15 years
2. Education of state school is …
a) free b) strict c) paid
3. Some parents want their children to attend ….
a) drama clubs b) secondary schools c) private schools
4. Children are happy to go to school because they meet…
a) teachers and classmates b) relatives c) friends and relatives
5. Children bring … for their teachers.
a) books and exercise-books b) flowers c) pens and pencils
6. If a pupil behaves badly the teacher can…
a) give him a good mark b) punish him c) talk to him
KazakhstanDrawing diagram of schools.
Type of school
Conclusion. Homework. make up test
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