Schools in England. Harrow school.
To practice using vocabulary about school;
To read and understand text about Harrow school;
To develop the pupil’s skills in oral speech, listening and reading;
Bringing – up:
To teach pupils to love English language.
Resource used: interactive board, pictures, slides with photos of school.
-Good morning children!
-I’m glad to see you!
-Sit down, please!
-Our task was to tell about our school.
-Let’s begin our lesson with the system of education in our country. You are pupils and I’m sure you know much about Kazakhstan schools.
Answer my questions please!
-What does the word “school” mean for you?
-When do children go to school in Kazakhstan?
-When do pupils leave school?
-How many years do pupils learn at secondary school?
-What types of school are there in Kazakhstan?
-What is your favourite subject?
-Do you like to go to school?
Pupils answer the questions.
Checking up the home-work.
-Well, who wants to tell about your home –task? You can use slides.
One of the pupils tells about our school.
The new theme of the lesson
-Today we are going to have a talk about Harrow School in England.
-At first, looks at the Active board. There are some key words about the text.
Pupils listen to the teacher and repeat them after her. And they learn the new words.
-I want to put you some questions. Answer the questions.
1. What kind of English schools do you know?
2. What kind of Kazakhstan schools do you know?
Pupils answer these questions with these diagrams:
Schools in Kazakhstan
3. What kind of English School will you choose if you live in London?
Reading the text
- Now listen to me and look at the slide.
Pupils listen to the teacher and look at the slide.
Tasks for the text
a. Answer the questions. There are some questions in the interactive board.
b. Are the statements true or false?
c. What do these numbers mean? Read the phrase that connected with them: 800, 12, 2, 24, and 400.
Pupils answer the questions.
Pupils say T or F.
Pupils say the phrases.
Complete the charts
- Come to the Active board and read the words and complete the charts. And read them with this way. F.e: The Harrow School’s pupils wear on their head a boater style straw hat.
Pupils come to the Active board and complete the charts. And read them.
Conclusion. A Venn diagram
-Compare Harrow School and Our School. Find similarities and differences and fill them in a Venn diagram.
Pupils come to the Active board and fill the diagram.
-Open your record-books: 1.Write the topic about your school uniform. 2. Make a crossword for the theme: Education.
Pupils write down the home task.
-I give you such marks. – The lesson is over! Good bye!
Text “Our school” – appendix 1
Our school is large. It is located in the centre of the city. If you come to our school you will see a wide school-yard around it and a sports ground behind the school. We usually have Physical Training lessons there when the weather is fine.
Our school has dot four floors. There are three classrooms for the pupils of primary school on the ground floor. There is a cloak-room and a dining-room. There we also have two English classrooms, the Head Master’s room and two technology classrooms.
When you enter and go to the along the corridor you will see the dining-room, where teachers and pupils have their dinner.
We also have a few classrooms for the pupils of the primary school on the first floor. There we have Gymnasium. The pupils like to go there because many of them like Physical Training lessons.
The classrooms four secondary forms and computer rooms for all pupils are on the second and the third floors. There we have two Kazakh classrooms, Russian, Physics, Geography and other classrooms. Every pupil of our school learns English. Because at the present time it is the most widespread language in the world. At the English lessons we learn new words, grammar, poems, read texts, ask and answer questions. Most of all we like to speak English.
We also have a library on the second floor. In the library you can find many interesting books. Our pupils often go there when they want to find something interesting for their home assignment or our class activity. If you look around the library hall you will see many portraits of famous English, Kazakh, and Russian writers on the walls.
Harrow school – Appendix 2
Harrow school is an English independent school for boys situated in the town of harrow, in north-west London. Harrow has educated boys since 1243 but was officially founded by John Lyon under a Royal Charter of Elizabeth I in 1572.
The school as enrollment of approximately 800 boys spread across twelve boarding houses, all of whom board full time.
Boys at Harrow have two uniforms.
Everyday dress, worn to most lessons, consists of a white shirt, black silk tie, grey trousers, black shoes, blue jumper, a dark blue woolen uniform jacket, the school blue and white scarf on cold days and, notably, a boater style straw hat with a dark blue band.
An alternative uniform, Sunday dress, worn every Sunday and for public engagements, consists of a morning suit; a black tailcoat, pinstriped trousers, a black waistcoat, black tie, braces and a white shirt.
Harrow School has 24 tennis court which include acrylic, hard and synthetic lawn which belong to Harrow Lawn Tennis Club.
Harrow is not built on a campus: it is fully integrated into surrounding area; there are private houses and shops on the hill, and the main road through the hill is a normal public highway and indeed a bus route.
The school is made up of some 400 acres of playing fields, tennis courts, golf course, woodland and gardens.
1. What kind of school is Harrow School?
2. Where is situated the Harrow School?
-in the town of Harrow
-in New York
3. When was the school officially founded as a Harrow School?
4. How many boarding houses have the school?
5. How many boys study in this school?
6. Is this school for boys or girls?
-for boys and girls
7. What kind of uniforms has the Harrow School?
-everyday dress and an alternative
8. How many tennis courts have the school?
Answers: 1b, 2a, 3c, 4b, 5a, 6a, 7a, 8c.
Are the statements true or false?
1. Harrow School is an English secondary school for boys.
2. Harrow has educated boys since 1243 but was officially founded by John Lyon under a Royal Charter of Elizabeth U in 1572.
3. The school has enrollment of approximately 800 girls.
4. Boys at Harrow have one uniform.
5. Harrow School has 24 tennis courts.
6. Harrow is built on a campus.
Answers: 1f, 2t, 3f, 4f, 5t, 6f.
What do these numbers mean? Read the phrase that connected with them.
Answers: 800 boys, 12 boarding houses, 2 uniforms, 24 tennis courts, 400 acres.
Answers: head - a boater style straw hat.
Body – a white shirt, a black tailcoat, a dark blue woolen uniform jacket, a blue jumper, a morning suit, a black waistcoat.
Neck - a black silk tie, a black tie, the school blue and white scarf.
Leg - grey trousers, pinstriped trousers
Foot - black shoes.
Answers: Harrow School: 1. It is independent school. 2. It is a school for boys. 3. It is an old school. 4. Harrow is not built on a campus. 5. It is fully integrated into the surrounding area; there are private houses and shops on the hill.
Our school: 1.It is a gymnasium. 2. It is a school for boys and girls. 3. It is a new school. 4. It is built on a campus. 5. It is located in the centre of the city.
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