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School Life. Types of School Т.С. CУХОРУЧЕНКОВА Заслуженный учитель РФ г. Рославль
Our task is to discuss some aspects of school education which are typical in Great Britain the USA and our country. I would like you to work hard and be more attentive.
School years are wonderful
When we say good bye to school, we say good bye to our childhood.
School years may certainly be fairly happy. However, there are a lot of problems even today connected with school life and the formation of a personality.
School is the place where almost everything happens with a person for the first time.
School years are the time of great expectations and great emotions.
. School is the first true experience of the real life.
At school a person makes his first friends, meets his first love.
Here at school the person reads the first book and writes the first composition.
But at school the person not only accumulates knowledge, school helps the pupils to get on in life and become successful.
In a way School is a kind of society in miniature.
School society is a model of real society with its advantages and disadvantages.
Here we acquire basic knowledge of physics, mathematics, literature, history, biology, etc.
School lessons are not given by teachers only. The harsh reality of everyday school life teaches pupils a lot of lessons which will be useful in their later life.
School plays a very important social role. It provides high-quality education for pupils between the ages of 6 and 17.
School offers pupils the opportunities to develop their abilities, satisfy their curiosity, and realize themselves as individuals.
At school pupils are taught to be responsible, gallant, and honest. Pupils should be aware that generosity and sympathy might be as important as moral virtue.
School provides high-quality conditions that will enable pupils and teachers to make the most of their time.
Match the types of schools (1-6) to the discription (A-F) A A school for boys and girls B A school you usually have to pay to go C A school studens go to for a particular reason (e.g. to become actors) D A school for only boys or only girls E A school owned by the government F A school which students live in during school term 1boarding school 4 state school 2 single-sex school 5 private school 3 co-educational school 6 specialist school
teachers sports specialists art maths private co-educational library science labs photography boarding state Single-sex drama science students boarding maths photography state art single-sex drama library science sports specialists science labs teachers private students co-educational Complete the table: Type ofschool Schoolsubjects People inschool Schoolfacilities Extra-curricularactivities
Read and speak about school system in the USA. How old are the students when they : start school, go to junior high school, go to high school, leave school ?
How is the system similar/different to the one in our country? Draw a diagram. Elementary School: Middle School: Senior Secondary School:
Grades Ages Elementary School Middle School Senior Secondary School
A school day in the USA ‘Tacos’ is a Mexican dish, popular in the USA, made with ‘tortillas’ (a flat, circular bread) and a filling (e.g. meat)
Some vocabulary differences: USA Math Chorus Band Soccer Football GB Maths Choir Orchestra Football American Football
School system in Great Britain
Primary school in England and Wales
Secondary education in Britain
In England and Wales compulsory school begins at the age of five. But before that age children can go to a nursery school called play school.
School is compulsory till the children are 16 years old. In Primary school children learn to read and write and the basis of arithmetic.
In the higher classes of Primary school they learn geography, history, religion and, in some school, a foreign language. Then children go to the Secondary school.
Secondary education in the UK starts at the age of 11 years old. In some parts of the UK there are middle schools which run up to 12 or 13 years old.
From the age of 11-14, students will study a broad range of subjects such as Music, Maths, Sciences, English, etc.
The most famous public schools in England are Eton Harrow AND
Eton College, near Windsor is one of England’s largest independent secondary schools and one of the highest in prestige.
Boys enter Eton about age 13 and continue there until they are ready to enter university.
Harrow School is a public prestigious school for boys in Harrow, London. Generally between 700 and 800 students reside and study there. Harrow
Pupils at most secondary schools in Britain have to wear a school uniform.
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