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Урок по английскому языку по теме «Educational system in Great Britain»

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10 клас

Вчитель – спеціаліст Лаврисюк Юліана Сергіївна

Theme : Educational system in Great Britain.

Aims:

  1. To practice communicative skills in discussions.

  2. Summarizing knowledge about educational system of Great Britain.

  3. To develop listening skills;

  4. To revise grammar-ask and answer different kinds of questions, connected with the topic;

  5. To bring up the interest to the education system in Ukraine and in English-speaking countries.

Form of lesson: lesson – discussion.

Equipment: notebook, TV, textbook by O. Karpiuk for the 10th form



I. Introduction.

Good morning, dear students. Glad to see you. You’ve come here to practice listening & speaking English. Let’s do it! I ask you to be active, bright and emotional. Don’t be afraid of your mistakes because to err is human.

The theme of our lesson is “Educational in Great Britain”

We will discuss the ways of learning in Britain, and speak about the problems of learning.



1) Lexical exercises.

Let’s remember the meaning of some words

  1. compulsory education

  2. boarding school

  3. graduate teacher

  4. to fail an exam

  5. degree

  6. sets

  7. broad curriculum

  8. extra-curricular activities

  9. to pass exams

  10. educational system

II. Main Part of the Lesson.

  1. You should remember everything you know on the topic and answer the questions:

  2. When do British children start schooling?

  3. How do they call schools for five years old children?

  4. Is primary school compulsory for children or not?

  5. In what types of schools is primary education given in Britain?

  6. At what age do children usually finish infant & junior schools?

  7. After finishing primary school children go to secondary schools, don’t they?

  8. What types of secondary school do you know?

  9. How long can pupils stay in secondary schools?

  10. When do they take their 1st public exam?

  11. Where will children go after the fifth form if they decide to continue their education?

  12. Is schooling in the sixth form compulsory in Britain?

  13. What kind of exam do they take after the sixth form?

  14. Where will children go after the fifth form if they decide to leave school?















I want to give you some information about “further educations” in Britain. After taking GCSE exam young people can take three ways:

  1. They can continue their academic education in the sixth form & get GCE-A Level (General Certificate of Education Advanced level) and then enter the university they have chosen (The most popular way in Britain)

  2. They can continue studying in a college, where they choose any practical course and get a diploma NVA (National Vocation Qualification) or S VA in Scotland. After that they can start working.

  3. Mixed type education. Young people can get General National Vocation Qualification (GNVQ) or GSVA in Scotland and then they can start practical work or enter a university as well.
    After that the education is considered to be higher. To get higher education young people go to the institute or college & after 3-4 years of studying they’ll get Bachelor-degree and if they study 1-2 years more – Master degree.



2. Now let’s make a scheme of the system of education in Great Britain to generalize your knowledge on the topic.

Please, use these cards:

  1. Primary education

  2. Nursery school

  3. Public schools

  4. Comprehensive school

  5. University or college

  6. Grammar school

  7. Private school

  8. Secondary education



You are all so clever. Ok let’s look on the screen and see are your answers rights or not.

3.Listening. Now we are going to listen to a part from the text about an old system of education in Britain. Your task is: listen to the text attentively and try to understand it.





Text

Before comprehensive schools were introduced in 1965 by the British government all children took an exam at the age of 11 called "eleven-plus”. Those who got the best results at this exam (about 20 per cent) were chosen to go to the best state schools called "grammar schools", which gave secondary education of a rather high standard. Those who failed the 11+ (about 80 per cent) went to secondary modern schools.

Secondary modern schools gave secondary education only in name and did not prepare schoolchildren for universities, as pupils were mainly prepared for practical jobs. A lot of people in Britain thought that this system of selection at the age of 11 was unfair on many children. So, comprehensive schools were introduced. But in a small number of counties they still keep the old system of grammar schools.



Have you understood the text? Now read the sentences from your cards and say if they are true or false and prove your opinion. Mind the social English.

  1. Comprehensive schools were introduced in 1945 – false

  2. At the age of 11 all children took an exam called “eleven-plus” – true

  3. After taking this exam all children go to the best state school called “grammar school” – false

  4. Those who failed the exam go to secondary modem schools – true

  5. Modern schools do not prepare pupils for universities – true

  6. All people in Britain liked this system of selection at the age of 11- false

  7. That is why comprehensive schools were introduced – true

4.Grammar material. Complete the sentences using Subjunctive Mood.

I want you to review English grammar. I am going to give you the cards with the tests to review Subjunctive Mood.

  1. If I hadn't drunk so much coffee, _____ better.

  1. I'd sleep

  2. I'll sleep

  3. I'd have slept

  1. If Columbus hadn't loved travelling so much, he _____ America in 1492.

  1. could discover

  2. would discover

  3. wouldn't have discovered

  1. He wouldn't wait for me if I ______ round at about six.

  1. come

  2. came

  3. would come

  1. If Benjamin Franklin _____ so hard, he wouldn't have become the symbol of America.

  1. didn't work

  2. hadn't worked

  3. worked

  1. I would do the same if I _____ in your place.

  1. were

  2. am

  3. will be

  1. I wish I _____two foreign languages.

  1. speak

  2. spoke

  3. will speak



III. Conclusion.

Please, make up your conclusion:

There are some differences in the age of pupils but as a whole the systems are quite alike. I see you know much about schools in Britain. You can compare the systems of education in our country and in Britain. You became to know more facts about “further education” and you can go to Britain and enter any university or college but before it you should finish special preliminary course.

Our lesson is coming to the end. All of you have worked very well. Thank you. Your marks are… It’s time to have a brake. Good buy.



Hometask.

Ex. 5 p.47 ( read the article and complete the sentences using the words in the column)







Краткое описание документа:

O course you can find Grammar material. Complete the sentences using Subjunctive Mood.We will discuss the ways of learning in Britain, and speak about the problems of learning.

Theme:  Educational system in Great Britain.

Aims: 

  1. To practice communicative skills in discussions.
  2. Summarizing knowledge about educational system of Great Britain. 
  3. To develop listening skills;
  4. To revise grammar-ask and answer different kinds of questions, connected with the topic;
  5. To bring up the interest to the education system in Ukraine and in English-speaking countries.

Form of lesson: lesson – discussion.

Equipment: notebook, TV, textbook by O. Karpiuk for the 10th form 

I. Introduction. 

1) Lexical exercises. You are all so clever. Ok let’s look on the screen and see are your answers rights or not.

Hometask.

Ex. 5 p.47 ( read the article and complete the sentences using the words in the column) 

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