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Families in Britain are usually small, but family life is sometimes very busy! Both parents in a family often work, so teenagers have to help around the house a little bit. School starts at 8:30 and finishes at 3:15, many pupils go to an after-school club, like „French club” or „Drama club’. Pupils in Britain always wear a school uniform. Like all teenagers, British teens love watching TV, playing computer games and surfing the but many also belong to clubs such as karate or dance clubs or they do skateboarding or rollerblading. On Saturdays, many teens enjoy going shopping or to the cinema with friends.
For children in the UK there are a large number of various circles, sections, playgrounds and much more. It is very convenient for mothers who spend all day at work and can't spend much time with children. In addition there are also special play-groups, which are organized in private homes and have been created by several mothers. In this case, each of the women take turns to stay with children. Can be developed the special program, which is education and upbringing of children in these play groups. Such groups are created not only in order to be able to leave young children. Pregnant women can also create such a group, which then after birth often get together and children at this time, play with each other. It is the nature of Englishmen, patient and kind helps educate the children of those same feelings. For example, the mother can very long endure the antics of their children, and to all his whims will meet only a kind smile. From a very early age the children were taught to society and life that surrounds them.
Teenagers also love to watch TV. TV viewing is more popular among girls and boys in the UK than in other European countries. Often the British TV in the house all day, and kids watching it before and after school. More than half of Teens have a TV in my room, and about a third of teenagers are also in the bathroom video.
The British climate allows for much time outdoors, and of course, the main occupation in rural areas remains rest in the fresh air. National parks are open to the public in the summer / autumn time. They attract people who like to walk through parks, watch the birds, people come to parks with tents for a few days, and besides, they give people the opportunity to enjoy nature and magnificent views. In Britain there are many Hiking clubs whose members meet on the weekends or summer evenings and make walking along the paths that cross their countryside. Many people who like Hiking, climbing and Cycling, usually coordinate their plans with the youth hostels Association.
Not all Brits are interested in sports and outings. Some interesting to go to theatres, museums, exhibitions, to concerts to the Opera, to the cinema. But this type of entertainment is becoming quite expensive, and it is mainly entertainment of urban residents. However, in many villages and towns also host to various exhibitions, or theatrical performances. Special British entertainment that can be considered cultural is to visit the institutes and colleges for adults, for further education. People study simply unimaginable range of subjects, many of which are purely entertainment. The difference between adult learners and school children that adults choose what they want to study, and I study most of my free time. The most popular classes are foreign languages, computer skills, typing, management and administration, art and cultural knowledge. Some go for practical lessons, such as modeling the clothes, repair cars, and many have attended classes ballet and Latin dance, yoga or Pilates. There are also classes in psychology and even philosophy.
The average amount of pocket money for 7 - 11 year olds is £ 6.31 per week. The average amount of pocket money for 12 to 16 year olds is £ 9.15 per week. What is the life of a teenager in England? Teenagers in England do the same, than children in America and other European countries. They talk on the phone with friends, texting, hanging out with peers, listening to popular music on their MP3, dress in the latest fashion, watching movies on TV or in the movies. We offer to Your attention a part of the diary of 12 year old British teenager: "In my free time I swim, walk in the city, chatting in social networks, helping around the house, mom or dad, sitting on the Internet, watch television and play computer games! I listen to music all the time! I have mp3 and CD player. In the UK the majority of young people listen to punk, grooves, house, pop and R&B.
Those teenagers who are fond of sports, even better, because for them there are no barriers in the selection. They can change their Hobbies by season, by mood, by level of difficulty or workout type. Extreme sports, more peaceful, or that sport where you should strain the brain and not the muscles, such as chess, checkers. Skateboard, snowboard, colic, skating, skiing, Biking, etc. – all of this you can safely do in your spare time, if you have a thirst for sports and a mobile way of life. If the child will be able to dive in, then parents will be calmer. For the very reason that a teenager is unlikely to contact with bad company or acquire any bad habits. Although all the same, should decide the child. He may not even be very good circle of friends, but if he thinks about everything, including about the consequences, he will stop in time or even not to start anything.
1) The way people spend their free time depends first of all on the age, second –on the personality , the third –on the way of life accepting in particular country. 2) As to Britain it can really described as a “leisure society.” This is because there are a great variety of leisure pursuits. Young people generally go out on Friday or Saturday nights to a disco, to a concert or to a pub. In recent years going out for a meal or getting a take-away meal have become popular too. During the past years there is a great increase in keeping fit and staying healthy. A lot of teens started running, jogging and going to different fitness clubs in their spare time. Aerobics classes and fitness clubs opened in every town, and the number of recreation centres greatly increased. Indoor pools, with their wave-making machines, water slides and tropical vegetation, have became very popular. The same is true for Russia. A lot of teens go in for different kinds of sport.
3) The young generation is fond of communication. There are many available methods of communication nowadays, and the most popular one is computers. Unfortunately, watching a movie on television has been replaced with playing a DVD on the computer. Considering that many people get addicted to the Internet, parents should be able to recognize when their teen is developing a bad habit. The isolating, repetitive nature of computer work in general can be stunting in terms of development. In addition, parents should be concerned if their teens are not getting enough exercise, nutrition and sleep. 4) There are plenty of other kinds of activities, such as travelling, visiting historical places, babysitting, delivering newspapers, putting together jigsaw puzzles, reading, going to different museums, skateboarding, going fishing, hitchhiking, shopping, helping people in need, joining a computer club and others.
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