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Primary, secondary schools 9 form

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Form : 9

Date: The theme: Primary, secondary schools The aims: educational: to learn some new words to the given theme, to get acquainted with some information about schools in England developing: to develop pupils’ abilities in writing, reading, speaking, listening through talking about schools bringing up: to teach pupils to respect other cultures, to broaden pupils’ minds, to bring up the feeling of international friendship Methods of the lesson: interactive, communicative approach Type of the lesson: introduction Equipment of the lesson: pictures, an interactive board Procedure of the lesson:

I. Organization moment

II. Checking the home task

Ex. 3, p. 86: to read and translate the text

III. Comprehension check

Ex. 4, p. 86: to find answers to your questions

1. What time do your classes start? – Not given.

2. When do children go to primary school? – At the age of four. 3. Is there any school uniform in your schools? – Not given.

4. What subjects are taught in your school? – The same subjects as in our schools. 5. How much time does a lesson last? – Not given.

6. How many lessons a day do you have? – Not given.

7. At what age do you finish school? – At the age of sixteen. 8. How many pupils are there in each class? – Not given.

9. When do children go to secondary school? – At the age of eleven. 10. When do children go to infant school? – At the age of five. 11. What do children learn in infant schools? – They learn first steps in reading, writing and using numbers.

IV. Writing

Ex. 5, p. 86: to complete the sentences

1. Primary schools are those that consist of a reception class, infant school and junior school. 2. Infant schools are schools where children learn first steps in reading, writing and using numbers.

3. Junior schools are schools where children go after infant schools.

4. Comprehensive schools want to develop the talents of each individual child. 5. Grammar schools offer a full theoretical secondary education

Ex. 6, p. 87: to complete the table

Before reading

After reading

K

W

L

1. the subjects are taught there

1. the time classes start

2. a school uniform 3. the number of lessons a day

4. the number of pupils in each class

1. the age of pupils when they go to primary and secondary school and the age when they finish school

2. the subjects are taught in primary schools

VII. Speaking

Ex. 7, p. 87: to talk to your partner

Ex. 8, p. 87: to tell about your future plans

VIII. Evaluating and explanation of the home task

Ex. 9, p. 88: to write about schools in Kazakhstan

In Kazakhstan the most pupils attend state schools. Though there are some private ones. Private schools are expensive. State schools are comprehensive ones.

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Date:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   The theme: Primary, secondary schools                                                                                                                             The aims:                                                                                                                                                         educational: to learn some new words to the given theme, to get acquainted with some information about schools in England  developing: to develop pupils’ abilities in writing, reading, speaking, listening through talking about schools                                                                                          bringing up: to teach pupils to respect other cultures, to broaden pupils’ minds, to bring up the feeling of international friendship                                                                                                             Methods of the lesson: interactive, communicative approach                                                              Type of the lesson: introduction                                                                                                      Equipment of the lesson: pictures, an interactive board                                                                                                         Procedure of the lesson:

I. Organization moment

II. Checking the home task                                                                                

Ex. 3, p. 86: to read and translate the text

III. Comprehension check                                                                                                      

Ex. 4, p. 86: to find answers to your questions                                                             

1. What time do your classes start? – Not given.                                                                           

2. When do children go to primary school? – At the age of four.                                                                    3. Is there any school uniform in your schools? – Not given.                                                   

4. What subjects are taught in your school? – The same subjects as in our schools.                                                                                                                       5. How much time does a lesson last? – Not given.                                                                     

6. How many lessons a day do you have? – Not given.                                                                

7. At what age do you finish school? – At the age of sixteen.                                                                    8. How many pupils are there in each class? – Not given.                                                          

9. When do children go to secondary school? – At the age of eleven.                                                             10. When do children go to infant school? – At the age of five.                                                             11. What do children learn in infant schools? – They learn first steps in reading, writing and using numbers.

IV. Writing                                                                                                        

Ex. 5, p. 86: to complete the sentences                                                                     

1. Primary schools are those that consist of a reception class, infant school and junior school.                                                                                       2. Infant schools are schools where children learn first steps in reading, writing and using numbers.                                                                                 

3. Junior schools are schools where children go after infant schools.                        

4. Comprehensive schools want to develop the talents of each individual child.                                                                                                     5. Grammar schools offer a full theoretical secondary education           

Ex. 6, p. 87: to complete the table

Before reading

After reading

K

W

L

1. the subjects are taught there

1. the time classes start

2. a school uniform                       3. the number of lessons a day

4. the number of pupils in each class

1. the age of pupils when they go to primary and secondary school and the age when they finish school

2. the subjects are taught in primary schools

VII. Speaking                                                                                                      

Ex. 7, p. 87: to talk to your partner                                                                                 

Ex. 8, p. 87: to tell about your future plans

VIII. Evaluating and explanation of the home task                                                   

Ex. 9, p. 88: to write about schools in Kazakhstan                                                   

In Kazakhstan the most pupils attend state schools. Though there are some private ones. Private schools are expensive. State schools are comprehensive ones.

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