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Education in English-speaking countries
Education in the USA The American system of school education differs from the systems in other countries. The peculiar feature of American education is the absence of national administration. Each of the 50 states controls and directs its own school.
Versions of schools of the USA There are state public schools, private elementary schools and private secondary schools.
State publish school Most students attend public schools. These schools are run by the government of a city. The citizens of the city pay taxes to pay for the school buildings, teachers’ salaries and equipment and supplies for the schools. Public schools are usually large.
Private elementary school American children start school at the age of five years. The first year at school is called kindergarten. It is required of all American children enrolled in the American education system.
Private elementary school The second year at school is considered the first year of primary school and is referred to as first grade.
Private secondary school Primary school most commonly consists of five years of education, referred to as first through fifth grades. Upon completion of fifth grade (the last year of primary school), American children enrolled in the American education system advance to secondary school.
PROVERBS One always learns at his own expense The more man knows, the greater power he has He is lifeless who is faultless It`s never too late to learn
TYPES OF SCHOOLS IN G B Under 5 (at 3-4) Primary schools (5 – 7 ) Infants At 5 Juniors At 7 read, write, arithmetic Geography, history, religion, a foreign language 1 2 NURSERY SCHOOLS
EXAM “A” LEVEL Exams “O”- LEVEL or GCSE 3 Continue their study in the same school The Master`s degree Secondary schools ( 11- 16 ) 16 years old 18 years old Leave school, start working Go to college for more practical diplomas University (3-4 years) The Bachelor`s degree
Types of schools private schools COMPREHENSIVE (state schools) 250 ponds a term to 3000 pounds Education is free Schools take children of all abilities. There are no entrance exams. Children have to pass a selection test to get in. Grammar schools Modern schools
FINISH SENTENCES 1 All state schools in Britain are….. 2 Education is compulsory from… to… 3 Under 5 years of age children can… 4 Children start primary school at… 5 A primary school is divided into… 6 Children go to secondary school at… 7 At 16 pupils have to take…. They can….or…. 8 At 18 pupils have to take….to…. 9 The course of study in University lasts… 10 The Universities award…. Agree or disagree 1 Education system in England is the same as in Russia. 2 Primary schools consist of infant and secondary schools. 3 Children start secondary school at the age of 11. 4 Children can enter a University after junior s school. 5 Modern schools are for those who want to prepare for universities. 6 Take “O” level and you will enter University without any problems.
Agree or disagree About 60% of English children attend state schools. In American public schools students wear a school uniform. In Great Britain there are different types of secondary schools. Education in Australia is compulsory between the ages of 6 and 17. The discipline is very strict in British public schools. In Australia about 70% of children study in state schools. Eton, Harrow, Rugby and Winchester are famous private schools in Australia. Most of American private schools have religious education.