Презентация по английскому языку на тему: Образование в Великобритании (7 класс)
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Nursery Education (under 5 years) Children do not have to go to school until they reach the age of five, but there is some free nursery-school education before that age There are all kinds of toys to keep the children busy from 9 o'clock in the morning till 4 o'clock in the afternoon — while their parents are at work
Primary Education (5 to 11years) Primary education takes place in infant schools (pupils aged from 5 to 7 years) and junior schools (from 8 to 11 years). Some LEAs have a different system in which middle schools replace junior schools and take pupils aged from 9 to 12 years. At infant, schools reading, writing and arithmetic are taught for about 20 minutes a day during the first year, gradually increasing to about 2 hours in their last year. There is usually no written timetable. Much time is spent in modeling from clay or drawing, reading and signing.
Secondary Education (11 to 16/18 years) Traditional second stage in formal education, typically beginning at ages 11–13 and ending usually at ages 15–18. At secondary school pupils study English, mathematics, Science, Geography, History, Art, Music, Foreign languages and Physical training. There are some types of secondary school in Great Britain. They are grammar schools, modern school and comprehensive schools.
Comprehensive schools Comprehensive schools, which take pupils of all abilities without exams. In such schools pupils are often put into certain sets or groups, which are formed according to their abilities for technical or humanitarian subjects. Almost all senior pupils (around 90 per cent) go there.
Private Education (5 to 18 years) Some parents choose to pay for private education in spite of the existence of Free State education. Private schools are called by different names to state schools: the preparatory (often called "prep") schools are for pupils aged up to 13, and the public schools are for 13 to 18 year-olds. These schools are very expensive and they are attended by about 5 per cent of the school population There are about 500 public schools in England and Wales, most of them single-sex. About half of them are for girls.
Exams At the age of 14 or 15, in the third or fourth form of secondary school, pupils begin to choose their exam subjects. In 1988 a new public examination — the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) — was introduced for 16 year-olds. Pupils who stay on into the sixth form or who go on to a Sixth Form College (17 year-olds in the Lower Sixth and 18 year-olds in the Upper Sixth) usually fall into two categories. Some pupils will be retaking GCSEs in order to get better grades. Others will study two or three subjects for an "A" Level (Advanced Level) GCE exam (General Certificate of Education). This is a highly specialized exam and is necessary for University entrance.
Correct this list of the rules for English school You mustn’t be polite. You mustn’t come to school on time. You shouldn’t wear your school uniform. You shouldn’t run in the corridors. You should talk to people in lessons. You must eat or drink in the classroom. You shouldn’t say hello when you see a teacher.
Активные ссылки на страницы материалов в Интернете Статья «Урок английского языка по теме "Secondary Education in Britain.» http://festival.1september.ru/articles/632037/ Статья «The Education System in Great Britain.» http://www.studfiles.ru/preview/1496436/ Статья «The Education System in Great Britain.» http://www.alleng.ru/engl-top/648.htm
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