Презентация "Secondary Education in Britain" 8 класс


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EDUCATION IN GREAT BRITAIN

Secondary Education in Britain (8th form)

STATE PRIVATE (PUBLIC) SCHOOLS SCHOOLS

  • STATE PRIVATE (PUBLIC) SCHOOLS SCHOOLS
  • ( 93% ) (7 %)
  • 3 stages of education:
  • PRIMARY (5-11)
  • SECONDARY (11-16)
  • HIGHER EDUCATION (16-18) – 1/3
  • LEAVE SCHOOL AND GET JOBS – 2/3
  • ENGLISH SCHOOLS

  • PRIMARY EDUCATION
  • INFANT SCHOOLS (5-7)
  • JUNIOR SCHOOLS (7-11)
  • SECONDARY EDUCATION
  • MODERN SCHOOLS
  • GRAMMAR SCHOOLS
  • COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOLS

1. When did you start school?

  • 1. When did you start school?
  • 2. What kind of school was it?
  • 3. What subjects did you learn at the primary school?
  • 4. What is your favourite school subject? Why?
  • Warming up

Ex. 14(a) p. 52

  • Ex. 14(a) p. 52
  • Listen to the text “Secondary Education in Britain” and say which of the two is right.
  • Listening

  • Ex. 14(b) p. 50 – 52
  • Read the text “Secondary Education in Britain” and match its paragraphs with the titles below. One title is not needed.
  • Reading

  • Have a break!
  • THE SCHOOL YEAR
  • AUTUMN TERM
  • (September-
  • Christmas)
  • SPRING TERM
  • (January –
  • Easter )
  • SUMMER
  • TERM
  • (Easter – June)

A lot of people think that school uniforms in England are for the children from rich families at the country’s best public schools. But it is not always true. In fact, uniforms first came to schools for the poor because they were cheaper. Today a lot of British schools have uniforms. SCHOOL TIE “To be true to your school tie” – «Быть верным своему школьному галстуку». Это означает, что и через много лет после окончания школы выпускники сохраняют верность своим школьным друзьям. Для выпускников престижных частных школ такой галстук является не только символом дружбы и взаимопомощи, но и пропуском в общество самых известных и влиятельных людей страны.

  • SCHOOL UNIFORM

A* - Excellent

  • A* - Excellent
  • A – Very good
  • B – Good
  • C – Satisfactory
  • D – Poor
  • E – Very poor
  • F – Awful
  • ENGLISH MARKS

7 % of British schoolchildren go to the private schools. Parents pay for these schools. The most famous schools are called public schools and they have long history and traditions. Children of wealthy or aristocratic families often go to the same public schools as their parents and grandparents. The teachers of the private schools pay personal attention to each pupil. Boys and girls don’t study together at these schools.

  • 7 % of British schoolchildren go to the private schools. Parents pay for these schools. The most famous schools are called public schools and they have long history and traditions. Children of wealthy or aristocratic families often go to the same public schools as their parents and grandparents. The teachers of the private schools pay personal attention to each pupil. Boys and girls don’t study together at these schools.
  • Eton College –the most famous English all boys public school.
  • PRIVATE SCHOOLS

Find the answers to these questions in the text.

  • Find the answers to these questions in the text.
  • 1) When do British children start schooling?
  • 2) At what age do children usually finish infant and junior schools?
  • 3) What is the main type of secondary schools in Britain nowadays?
  • Speaking

Complete these sentences, use the text if necessary.

  • Complete these sentences, use the text if necessary.
  • 1)…..takes place in infant schools and junior schools.
  • 2) Nowadays most British children go to ….. which take pupils of all abilities.
  • 3) At the end of the fifth form pupils take their first public exam…..
  • Writing

Complete the sentences in the Subjunctive.

  • Complete the sentences in the Subjunctive.
  • 1) ….., I would have fixed the shelf yesterday.
  • 2) If you had been the first to reach the top of the mountain, …..
  • 3) If only ….. last winter!
  • 4) If only ….. when I was younger.
  • Grammar

  • Make a short story about the system of secondary education in Britain.
  • Hometask

The lesson is over! Thank you for your attention!

  • The lesson is over! Thank you for your attention!
  • Good bye!