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Тема урока: Образование в Великобритании и России


Тип урока: урок обобщения и систематизации


Вид урока: урок практических работ репродуктивного и продуктивного характера


Комплексные цели урока:

1)обучающая: совершенствование навыков устной речи с использованием различных видов речевой деятельности; формирование умения самостоятельно работать с иноязычным текстом; активизация употребления лексических единиц по теме;

2)воспитательная: воспитание уважения к другой культуре; чуткости и интереса к феноменам иной ментальности; воспитание личностных качеств (активности, умения работать в сотрудничестве с другими, коммуникабельности, уважения к себе и к другим);

3)развивающая: развитие у студентов способности и готовности к самостоятельному (автономному) и осознанному изучению языка и освоению иноязычной культуры;

развитие способности к установлению смысловых связей; выявлению языковых закономерностей.

Сопутствующие задачи:

  1. совершенствовать умение чтения с целью извлечения конкретной информации;

  2. развивать умение аудировать с полным пониманием;

Учебно – методический комплект урока: В.Д. Аракин, Практический курс английского языка; Л. П. Христорождественская, Английский язык; презентации; текстовый материал;

Технические средства: компьютер, проектор;



Ход занятия



I.Организационный этап. Дидактическая задача этапа - подготовить студентов к работе на занятии; обеспечить нормальную внешнюю обстановку для работы; психологически настроить студентов на предстоящее занятие.

Good morning, students. I am glad to see you. You see these proverbs on the blackboard. Read the proverbs, please. (The students read the proverbs on the screen).Do you understand their meanings? You are quite right; the topic of our lesson today is “Education in Great Britain and Russia”.



II. Подготовка студентов к активному и сознательному усвоению учебного материала. Дидактическая задача этапа – организовать и направить познавательную деятельность студентов на работу над языковыми средствами.

  1. And first of all I ‘d like you to read the short poem on the screen:

The more we study

The more we know,

The more we know

The more we forget,

The more we forget

The less we know,

The less we know

The less we forget,

The less we forget

The more we know,

So, why study?


Please, continue this poem but pay attention to grammar structure. Let’s try to make a conclusion due to the poem. (On the blackboard).

The harder I work the (good) are the knowledge

The better are the knowledge

The (good) are results

The better are results

The (easy) are exams

The easier are exams

The (good) university I choose

The better university I choose

The (good) education I have

The better education I have

The (good) is the job

The better is the job

The (much) money I earn

The more money I earn

The (good) I live

So why study? Do you agree with the poem? But I suppose the more I study the better education I have.

What’s your opinion? Why do you study? (Students give their answers).


2) Warming-up activity. Now, I’d like you to speak about your schools. Please, answer my questions.

1. What school did you finish?

2. Was it interesting to go to school?

3. What lessons did you like best of all?

4. Why did you choose studying at college?

5. Do you like studying here? Why? / Why not?

6. When were you able to give a definite answer about your future profession?

7. Who helped you to make your choice?

8. Has your choice of profession changed?

9. What reason may make you think about another profession?


3) Listening. We spoke just a little bit about you and now I’d like you to listen to the reminiscences of one lady, Irene Charlton, Professor of Psychology at Oxford University, about her school days. Please, listen carefully; you’ll have to do a task after listening. (Words “well – off” with its synonym- rich and “snore” with its translation- храпеть are on the blackboard)

The task is on the screen: True/False (Students do the task orally). Can you choose a suitable proverb to illustrate the information you’ve heard? (Students choose a suitable proverb on the screen)


Irene Charlton, now fifty-eight, Professor of Psychology at Oxford University tells about her schooldays.

Things were very different then. In some ways it seems almost like a different world. In some days I used to live in a small village in the North of England. My father worked in the coal mine, like all the other men there. We weren’t well-off,, but we didn’t think of ourselves as poor, either.

I started school when I was fine. There was only one teacher with about thirty children in all age groups from five to eleven. We all sat in the same room. It got terribly cold in winter. There was an old stove there that gave out a great deal of smoke but only a little heart. We sat on hard wooden benches, and the teacher shouted at us or even hit us if we didn’t pay attention. But we never used to think that was so terrible. Everybody simply accepted it.

In the evenings I used to do my homework and then sit with my mother and younger brother in front of the fire in the small room next to the kitchen, listening to the radio. I liked reading, even then, but I had very few books. My father usually went to the pub. When he came home, he used to fall asleep in front of the fire and snore. All the people in the village knew each other. Nobody had any secrets, not even Mrs. Dooley, whose husband used to get drunk and beat her. Most of the people, however, were very kind. They always gave help when it was needed.

When I was eleven, I started going to a secondary school in the nearest town. My teachers said I was bright, and later I went to university, where I studied Psychology. I was the first person in my family and the only person in the village to get a higher education. People like me never used to go to university in those days, especially if they were girls. It was difficult for me to go back to the village after that. I used to feel there was a kind of invisible wall between myself and my old friends, and even my family. My father, in particular, couldn’t understand why I wanted an education. He kept asking me when I intended to get married and have children. The task is on the screen: True/False (Students do the task orally). Can you choose a suitable proverb to illustrate the information you’ve heard? (Students choose a suitable proverb on the screen)


The task is on the screen: True/False (Students do the task orally). Can you choose a suitable proverb to illustrate the information you’ve heard? (Students choose a suitable proverb on the screen)


III. Этап всесторонней проверки знаний. Дидактическая задача этапа: глубоко и всесторонне проверить знания студентов; побуждать студентов к овладению рациональными приёмами проверки знаний и самообразованию.


1) Well school has changed and it will change in future. We’ll speak about contemporary school. I think you are ready to discuss the topic of our lesson. And first let’s speak about school in Britain. We have some representatives from Great Britain. So you are welcome.

(Student 1 - presentation about schooling in Great Britain).

(Student 2 - private education in Great Britain)

(Student 3 - bullying in British school)

(Students’ questions)


2). So you have come to know about British school in general. But I would like to pay your attention to punishments at their schools. Please look at the screen, keep them in mind and match them. (Students match the punishments with their definitions). Think of a suitable proverb. (The students choose a suitable proverb)

3). Group work. Let’s go ahead. Imagine that you are a group of teachers in a British school.

First, look at the offences on the screen. Decide if each example of bad behavior is very serious/ serious/ minor/ harmless: (running in the corridor, fighting on the floor in the classroom etc.)

Second, decide with your group which punishment you would give in each of the situations.

For example: Running in the corridor is a minor offence so I would give the pupil lines to write. He would have to write 100 times.

Is the task clear to you? Please, start. (Students do the task and give their examples)


4). Reading. And now for a text. You are to read a text and be ready to answer my questions on it. I suppose 5 minutes will be enough. (Students read the text)

The Hidden Curriculum-

School Discipline

Are Schools Too Strict?

There are many things which pupils learn in school which are not part of the timetable of official lessons. The term ‘hidden curriculum’ is used in Britain to refer to those things pupils learn from the way their school is organized. The school’s organization includes rules, such as punctuality. Pupils are usually expected to arrive at lessons, assemblies and registration on time. Some pupils would say that school rules are too strict. In the famous progressive boarding school Summerhill, pupils decide what lessons they do and when they do them. In more traditional schools the pupils may be punished for not having a clear school uniform, for failing to wear the school tie or for wearing earrings.

Teachers are responsible for discipline in British schools and they also follow special courses to help them work well with badly-behaved pupils. A pupil is sent to the Headteacher when he has committed a serious offence. The teachers take turns to supervise the corridors and schoolyard during lunch-time. Obedience to authority and co-operation with other pupils are important values which teachers communicate to pupils as part of the ‘hidden curriculum’. Most pupils also have a form or tutor: this may be the teacher who is the head of the year group. The form tutor is available to help pupils with their personal problems, give them advice on careers, exams or school reports, and is responsible for discipline when the pupil breaks a school rule.

Now please, answer my questions.

  1. Who is responsible for discipline in British schools? (Teachers)

  2. Who do pupils talk to when they have problems with their homework? (Form tutor)

  3. What may the pupils be punished for in more traditional schools? (For not having a clean uniform; failing to wear the tie; earrings)


There is one more thing I would like to pay your attention to. You see The Code of Conduct.

It is used in British schools. Please read the rules of conduct and choose the four most

necessary rules and the three less necessary ones. (The Code of Conduct is on the screen)


5). I believe it’s high time to listen to the Russian representative. You are welcome.

(Student’s presentation about educational system in Russia)

Perhaps you have got some questions to ask. You are welcome. (Students ask their questions)


6) Role - play. Our attitude to State exams is quite different. So I’d like to offer you a role - play on the subject. We have President of the Russian Federation, a mother, a student, a teacher, the Education Minister. They will express their point of view on the matter. We can agree or not but the problem is. So let’s start with the President. Students express their attitude to State exam)


7) Summing-up. So we’ve spoken a lot about schooling in Great Britain and Russia. Please look at the Fact File and say which is different from schools in Russia. (Fact File is on the screen and students compare it with Russian)


IV. Информация о домашнем задании. Инструктаж по его выполнению. Подведение итогов урока

Дидактическая задача этапа: сообщение о домашнем задании; объяснение методики его выполнения.

Let’s dot the i’s and cross the t’s. Unfortunately we haven’t spoken about school uniform. But it’s up to you because your home task is to write a letter to an English schoolboy who hates wearing a school uniform.

You see his letter on the screen. Please read it and write a letter to him at home. That is your home task. Please don’t forget about rules of writing a letter. I’d like to say thank you for the lesson. Your marks are:


V. Reflection: You see some expressions on the screen. They will help you to express your

attitude to our lesson.

Today at the lesson I have learnt… I have come to know that… I liked…most of all. The

most interesting thing at the lesson was…




















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The Hidden Curriculum-

School Discipline

Are Schools Too Strict?


There are many things which pupils learn in school which are not part of the timetable of official lessons. The term ‘hidden curriculum’ is used in Britain to refer to those things pupils learn from the way their school is organized. The school’s organization includes rules, such as punctuality. Pupils are usually expected to arrive at lessons, assemblies and registration on time. Some pupils would say that school rules are too strict. In the famous progressive boarding school Summerhill, pupils decide what lessons they do and when they do them. In more traditional schools the pupils may be punished for not having a clear school uniform, for failing to wear the school tie or for wearing earrings.

Teachers are responsible for discipline in British schools and they also follow special courses to help them work well with badly-behaved pupils. A pupil is sent to the Head teacher when he has committed a serious offence. The teachers take turns to supervise the corridors and schoolyard during lunch-time. Obedience to authority and co-operation with other pupils are important values which teachers communicate to pupils as part of the ‘hidden curriculum’. Most pupils also have a form or tutor: this may be the teacher who is the head of the year group. The form tutor is available to help pupils with their personal problems, give them advice on careers, exams or school reports, and is responsible for discipline when the pupil breaks a school rule.




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Listening

Irene Charlton, now fifty-eight, Professor of Psychology at Oxford University tells about her schooldays.

Things were very different then. In some ways it seems almost like a different world. In some days I used to live in a small village in the North of England. My father worked in the coal mine, like all the other men there. We weren’t well-off,, but we didn’t think of ourselves as poor, either.

I started school when I was fine. There was only one teacher with about thirty children in all age groups from five to eleven. We all sat in the same room. It got terribly cold in winter. There was an old stove there that gave out a great deal of smoke but only a little heart. We sat on hard wooden benches, and the teacher shouted at us or even hit us if we didn’t pay attention. But we never used to think that was so terrible. Everybody simply accepted it.

In the evenings I used to do my homework and then sit with my mother and younger brother in front of the fire in the small room next to the kitchen, listening to the radio. I liked reading, even then, but I had very few books. My father usually went to the pub. When he came home, he used to fall asleep in front of the fire and snore. All the people in the village knew each other. Nobody had any secrets, not even Mrs. Dooley, whose husband used to get drunk and beat her. Most of the people, however, were very kind. They always gave help when it was needed.

When I was eleven, I started going to a secondary school in the nearest town. My teachers said I was bright, and later I went to university, where I studied Psychology. I was the first person in my family and the only person in the village to get a higher education. People like me never used to go to university in those days, especially if they were girls. It was difficult for me to go back to the village after that. I used to feel there was a kind of invisible wall between myself and my old friends, and even my family. My father, in particular, couldn’t understand why I wanted an education. He kept asking me when I intended to get married and have children.

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At 16 years old children take different examinations and have quite a lot of coursework.

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At the age of 16 pupils can leave school. But quite a lot of them want to continue their education. Only 1/3 of all leave school at 16 and look for a job.

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History of education in Russia Russia's higher education system started with the foundation of the universities in Moscow and St. Petersburg in the middle of the 18th century. The system was constructed similar to that of Germany. In Soviet times all of the population in Russia had at least a secondary education. The pursuit of higher education was and still is considered to be very prestigious. More than 50% of people have a higher education.

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After 9th form pupils have to sit for examinations. Also they have a choice between entering the 10th grade of a general secondary school and enrolling in a specialized secondary or vocational school.

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Persons who finish the general secondary school, recieve a secondary education certificate, giving them the right to enter any higher educational establishment. Entrance examinations are held in July and August. Institutions are headed by rectors; the faculties are headed by the deans. One has to study in the institute for 5 years. Higher educational institutions train students in one or several specializations.

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The language of teaching in Russian universities is mainly Russian. Some courses can be taught in English (General Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Computer Science) or French (General Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy). The tuition for the courses taught in English or French is 25-50% higher than for those taught in Russian.

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Choosing to be taught in Russian, students are admitted to Preparatory Faculty, where within 7-10 months they study the Russian language, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Geography, Mathematics and other basic subjects that are needed for further studies in the chosen speciality. You can apply to Preparatory Faculty of a Russian university from May 1st till October 1 st. Classes start from October 1st till December 1st, depending on how quickly groups of 5-10 people are being formed. The preparatory course lasts until the end of June – beginning of July.

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What should foreign citizens who wish to enter Russian universities know? The right to study at the higher education establishments of the Russian Federation is granted to any foreign citizen who: – has the Certificate of Higher Secondary School Education that meets the requirements (see School-Leaving Certificate Requirements); – is able to study in terms of health; – has sufficient financial means to pay for: – tuition (on average, 1100-2000 euro per academic year); – accommodation in a university hostel (on average, 215-600 euro per academic year); – life and health insurance (on average, 100-200 euro per year); – meals (on average, 100 – 130 euro per month).

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THE WRITER CAME FROM A FAMILY WITH A LOT OF MONEY. THE FIRST SCHOOL THE WRITER WENT TO WAS NOT VERY COMFORTABLE. THE TEACHER DID THINGS WHICH MORE PEOPLE THOUGHT WERE VERY BAD. THE EVENINGS THE WRITER DESCRIBES ARE JUST LIKE THE EVENINGS YOU SPEND AT HOME. THE PEOPLE IN THE VILLAGE WERE NOT FRIENDLY. IT SEEMS Mrs. DOOLEY WAS NOT HAPPILY MARRIED. THE WRITER WAS DIFFERENT FROM OTHER PEOPLE IN THE VILLAGE. THE WRITER’S FATHER THOUGHT EDUCATION WAS A GOOD THING. TRUE OR FALSE…

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Running in the corridor Fighting on the floor in the classroom Swearing at a teacher Throwing a piece of paper across the classroom during a lesson Smoking in the school toilets Stealing from other pupils Singing during lessons Cheating in an exam Looking out of the window when the teacher is giving a lesson Forgetting to bring your homework to the lesson THE LIST OF OFENCES

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Always do your best. Be prepared – be on time. Be polite. Do not waste your time. Be quiet around the school. Think safety first. Use entrances and exits properly. Use toilets properly. Keep valuables at home. Smoking is prohibited. Eating/chewing is only possible at breaks and lunch times. Be sensible in bad weather. Play in the right place.

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Hello! My name is Dave. I am from Britain. My school is O.K. But the only thing I don’t like about my school is school uniform. I don’t want to go to school because of it. I don’t like to wear the same clothes every day. Besides it is out of fashion. All the students in my school look alike. I believe it deprives me of my individuality. I don’t think that school uniform unites students. What shall I do? I am not happy at school because of the uniform. Please, give me your advice. Thanks a lot. Good-bye.

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I have learnt that… I came to know… It was interesting to… It was difficult to… I did the following tasks… (I spoke about; I discussed the problem of; I read about.) I realized that… Now I can… I feel that… I was good at…

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Date: May, 22. 2009 Name: Kabashnaya Oxana Topic: “Education in Great Britain”
In Britain children start going to school when they are five and continue stu...
Compulsory primary education begins at the age of 5. Children start their ed...
When children are seven real studying begins. They have classes, sit at desk...
In Britain most children of compulsory secondary school age (11-16) receive...
At this level children start to learn a modern foreign language. The course o...
At 16 years old children take different examinations and have quite a lot of...
At the age of 16 pupils can leave school. But quite a lot of them want to co...
Higher education begins at 18 and usually lasts for 3 – 4 years. Students go...
Some parents choose to send their children to private schools where they pay...
N.N. Mikhailov. English Cultural Studies - Moscow, Academa, 2003; L.B. Papano...
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№ слайда 1 Date: May, 22. 2009 Name: Kabashnaya Oxana Topic: “Education in Great Britain”
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Date: May, 22. 2009 Name: Kabashnaya Oxana Topic: “Education in Great Britain”

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№ слайда 4 In Britain children start going to school when they are five and continue stu
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In Britain children start going to school when they are five and continue studying until they are sixteen or older. age 5 - 10 11 - 15 16 - 17 18 Primary school Secondary school Secondary school or College of Further education University or Polytechnic or College of higher education

№ слайда 5 Compulsory primary education begins at the age of 5. Children start their ed
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Compulsory primary education begins at the age of 5. Children start their education in an infant school and move to a junior school at 7 years old.

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When children are seven real studying begins. They have classes, sit at desks, read and write.

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In Britain most children of compulsory secondary school age (11-16) receive free education financed from public funds.

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At this level children start to learn a modern foreign language. The course of study at secondary school may lead to General Certificate of Secondary Education qualifications.

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At 16 years old children take different examinations and have quite a lot of coursework.

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At the age of 16 pupils can leave school. But quite a lot of them want to continue their education. Only 1/3 of all leave school at 16 and look for a job.

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Higher education begins at 18 and usually lasts for 3 – 4 years. Students go to universities, polytechnics or colleges.

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№ слайда 13 Some parents choose to send their children to private schools where they pay
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Some parents choose to send their children to private schools where they pay for their education.

№ слайда 14 N.N. Mikhailov. English Cultural Studies - Moscow, Academa, 2003; L.B. Papano
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N.N. Mikhailov. English Cultural Studies - Moscow, Academa, 2003; L.B. Papanova. English For University students - Moscow, Academa, 2006. www.eStudy.ru/Home Language International.

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Fact File – A School Day
Terms: There are normally three school terms in Britain: Autumn, Spring and S...
Half-term: The schools usually have five days’ holiday halfway through each t...
Holidays: This can vary from region to region. The schools usually have ten d...
School meals: Students can eat lunch in the school canteen. They buy ‘dinner...
School yard: In most schools the pupils spend the breaktime and lunch hour in...
School assembly: All schools must by law organize a short daily meeting for t...
School uniform: Even more popular in recent years. Pupils sometimes wear a bl...
Classrooms: Classrooms equipped with desks and blackboard. In addition to cla...
Timetable: Each school day is divided into periods of 40-50 min., time for va...
Extra-curricular activities: Each school or six-form college has its School o...
Youth Organizations: There are many national youth organizations in Britain....
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Fact File – A School Day

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Terms: There are normally three school terms in Britain: Autumn, Spring and Summer. The Autumn terms stars on the first Tuesday morning in September.

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Half-term: The schools usually have five days’ holiday halfway through each term. Sometimes schools take their pupils on trips at half-term, skiing in February or a French exchange visit.

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Holidays: This can vary from region to region. The schools usually have ten days at Christmas, ten days at Easter and six weeks in the summer from the end of July to the beginning of September.

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School meals: Students can eat lunch in the school canteen. They buy ‘dinner tickets’ at an inexpensive rate. Some students can have ‘free school meals’ if their parents have a low income. In recent years more and more students have decided to bring their own lunch (sandwiches), known as a ‘packed lunch’. All pupils enjoy discussing how awful school food is.

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School yard: In most schools the pupils spend the breaktime and lunch hour in the school yard or on the school field. If the weather is bad they may spend break in the school hall – a very large room for assembly.

№ слайда 7 School assembly: All schools must by law organize a short daily meeting for t
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School assembly: All schools must by law organize a short daily meeting for the whole school to give important information and give some form of religious worship.

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School uniform: Even more popular in recent years. Pupils sometimes wear a blazer and a school cap or – more usually – a shirt, trousers or a skirt, and a sweater in the school colours, together with a school tie.

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Classrooms: Classrooms equipped with desks and blackboard. In addition to classroom there arelaboratories for Phisics, Chemistry and Biology. Technical rooms are for Woodwork, Metalwork, Technical Drawing, there are rooms for computer studies. There are also language laboratories and housecraft rooms. In the student common room boys and girls can relax during the break.

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Timetable: Each school day is divided into periods of 40-50 min., time for various lessons with 10-20 min., breaks between them.

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Extra-curricular activities: Each school or six-form college has its School or College Council. It helps to plan the policy for the whole school. It organizes the social and cultural life at the school. Extra-curricular activities include various outings, visits to places of interest and dances. Some students help in local hospitals, homes for the elderly people.

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Youth Organizations: There are many national youth organizations in Britain. The largest organizations are the Scout and Girl Guides Associations. The first helps a Scout (a boy from 8 to 18) to develop into a good man and a useful citizen. The second is planned to develop intelligence and practical skills including cookery, needwork, and childcare.


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