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КЗСШ №4 м.Кривий Ріг
Тема уроку: The System of School education in English-speaking Countries and in Our Country
Практичні: удосконалити навички монологічного мовлення, вживання
вже вивчених лексичних одиниць.
Загальноосвітні: поглибити знання учнів про систему освіти в нашій
країні та англомовних країнах.
Розвивальні: розвити світогляд, навички аудіювання (прослуховування
монологів), вміння відстоювати власну позицію
Виховні: виховувати інтерес до країн, мова яких вивчається, виховувати
вміння працювати в колективі.
Засоби навчання: підручник, записи на дошці, ілюстрації.
Тип уроку: узагалюнюючий
І. Початок уроку
T.: Good morning, children. I’m glad to see you. Sit down, please. Who is absent today? How are you, friends? Hope that all of you are absolutely fine. Today we will have our last lesson which is called: “The system of school education in English-speaking countries and in our country”.
Our task is to remember and to discuss all aspects of school education which are typical for Great Britain, the USA and our country and to find all advantages and disadvantages. So, let’s start.
I would like you to work hard and be more attentive. Take part in our discussion,
T: I will divide you into 2 teams and give you 2 quotations. Each team has to explain what it means. Try to be as accurately as possible.
1 team: Tell me and I'll forget. Show me, and I may not remember. Involve me, and I'll understand. (Native American Saying)
2 team: What we learn with pleasure we never forget. (Alfred Mercier)
II. Основна частина уроку
Перевірка домашнього завдання:
T.: Your homework for today was to find some interesting information about education in English-speaking countries. Some pupils will present it here, the rest of the class will give me your reports after the lesson. So now we are going to listen to different information. Listen to it attentively, because I will ask some questions after each speaker.
Vera, please: In Great Britain there are different types of secondary schools. Most of them are state where education is free. But some parents choose to pay for private education. Private schools in Britain and Wales are very expensive and they are attended by about 5% of the school population. The education in public schools is of high quality, the discipline is very strict. Most of private schools are either for boys or girls. Private schools are famous not only for their perfect education but also for the right friends and contacts which are useful and successful future.
In some British schools uniform are worn by all the pupils, in others the children
can wear what they want to. Some public schools in Britain, such as Eton, have
uniforms based on what was worn over a hundred years ago.
Some private schools are very famous such as Eton, Harrow, Rugby and
Winchester. Harrow school is famous as the place where Winston Churchill was educated, as well as six other Prime Ministers of Great Britain, the poet Lord Byron and many other prominent people.
T.: And now answer my question please: What have you learnt from Vera’s report? Every pupil must say something.
Let’s remember the system of education in the USA. Who is ready with this information?... Please, Ann.
Ann: The American system of school education differs from the systems in other countries. There are state public schools, private elementary schools and private secondary schools. Public schools are free and private schools are fee-paying. Each state has its own system of public schools. Elementary education begins at the age of six or seven, when a child goes to the first grade (form). At the age of sixteen schoolchildren leave the elementary school and may continue their education at one of the secondary schools or high schools, as they call them. The programme of studies in the elementary school includes English, Arithmetic, Geography, History of the USA, Natural sciences and, besides, Physical Training, Singing, Drawing, wood or metal work, etc. Sometimes they learn a foreign language and general history. Besides giving general education some high schools teach subjects useful to those who hope to find jobs in industry and agriculture or who wants to enter colleges or universities. After graduating from secondary schools a growing number of Americans go on to higher education. The students do not take the same courses. During the first two years they follow a basic programme. It means that every student must select at least one course from each of the basic fields of study: English, Natural sciences, Modern languages, History or Physical education. After the first two years every student can select subjects according to his professional interest. The National Government gives no direct financial aid to the institutions of higher education. Students must pay a tuition fee. This creates a financial hardship for some people. Many of the students have to work to pay their expenses. Americans place a high value on education.
T.: Thanks, Ann. Sit down, please. And now, pupils, answer my questions:
1. What types of schools are there in the USA?
2. Are public schools free or fee-paying?
3. Do parents pay for education in private schools?
4. At what age do schoolchildren leave elementary school?
5. Does government give financial aid to the universities?
6. Must students pay a tuition fee?
Let’s compare these systems of educations: in the UK and in the USA.
What do you know about the system of education in our country? Tell me please the information you know. Is the system of education in our country different or similar to the system of education in English-speaking countries?
Complete each sentence with one of the words below. Use each word once only.
Trouble education attend allowed ages schools
Have punish private punishment behaves
In Russia education is compulsory between … of 6-7 and 15years. There are
different types of secondary….in our country. Most of them are state schools
where …. is free. But some parents want their children to attend …schools which are not free. Children have to…school from Monday till Friday. In some schools they … to wear uniform. In others they are … to wear what they want.
The discipline is not very strict. But if a pupil …badly the teacher can …the child.
Of course, the …is not severe. The teachers want their pupils to stay out of …and
always do their best.
T.: Now I will divide you into 2 teams. What is school for you? Write your answers on papers.
T.: Well – done! All answers were interesting and useful.
III. Заключна частина уроку
T.: Thanks for your thoughts and opinions today. It was interesting for me to hear them. For the next lesson you must write a short composition. The theme of this composition is: Imagine that you have a chance to choose any country and any university you want to study in. What will you choose? Explain your points of view, please. Your marks for today are: . . . Good – bye.
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