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Theme of Lesson: “Educational system of the UK and Kazakhstan in comparison”
Aim of Lesson 1) To improve skills of use in speech of lexicon on a theme of “Education system”,”School”to develop speech skills; 2) To develop logic thinking, memory, speech, attention, imagination, culture of thinking and behavior; 3) To create favorable conditions for comprehension both realization of the personal and social importance of process of mastering by foreign language, for education of the multilingual polycultural person
The __ th of November “Educational system of the USA and Kazakhstan in comparison”
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Types of schools in England There are schools run by the Government. These schools are known as State Schools and parents do not pay. They are financed by public funds, which means that the money comes from the national and local taxes. Ninety percent of children in England and Wales attend a state school. There are also private schools. Parents pay for their children to attend these schools. They are known as Independent Schools
Primary schools (5 - 11 ) In the UK, the first level of education is known as primary education.
Secondary schools (5 - 16 ) Secondary schools provide compulsory education for children between the ages of eleven and sixteen in England and Wales. Children may stay on at school until the age of eighteen in order to pursue further studies, however this is not compulsory. From the ages of fourteen to sixteen, pupils study for the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE). Pupils who stay on at school from the ages of sixteen to eighteen in England, may take the Advanced (A) level examination, which traditionally is required for entry into higher education.
School Uniform School uniforms were first introduced in England by Henry VIII and were called “bluecoats” because of blue jackets. Then the popularity of uniforms increased and most schools had them. The uniform was different according to age, gender and even season (winter and summer uniforms). Nowadays the government in England tend to encourage the use of uniforms as a means of discipline and positive behaviour.
Schools in England and America use their own marks: letters or percentage A – 90-100 -excellent , B – 80-89 – good, C – 70-79 – satisfactory, D – 60-69 bad, E – 0-59 poor.
excellent - good- satisfactory- bad-
Types of School in Kazakhstan State Private
Education System in Kazakhstan
Primary Education Schooling is mandatory in Kazakhstan and this reflects in a national literacy rate of over 99%. The 5 grades of primary school begin at age 6. Two groups of children attend morning and afternoon shifts respectively per school, in order to share facilities. The ministry of education prescribes the curriculum, and this applies to both private and public schools. Middle Education Students continue with their education program at lower secondary school for 4 years through to grade 9. A general academic curriculum includes Russian or Kazach depending on location, plus biology, chemistry, history, mathematics, physics, and a foreign language.
Secondary Education There are three options for the concluding 3 years at secondary school. These include general education at a lyceum or gymnasium, vocational education at a professional lyceum or vocational school, and professional education at a professional college. Education costs continue to be largely funded by the state.
Say in English Мен мектепке 7 жасымда бардым Біздің республикамызда 9 жылдық білім беру міндетті Бастауыш мектепте қазақ тілі,математика,орыс тілі,сурет,дене тәрбиесі,музыка пәндері оқытылады Бізде оқу қыркүйекте басталып,мамыр айында аяқталады Оқу мерзімі 9 айға созылады
Schools in the UK Schools in Kazakhstan
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