Task 3. Answer the questions.
At what age do British children go to school?
What exams do they take?
When do the lessons begin?
How many students are there in the primary school class?
What foreign languages do they usually study? What other classes do they have?
What do students usually do after classes?
How many independent schools are there in Britain?
(После выполнения выше описанных заданий, можно просмотреть фильм
6. Повторный просмотр видеосюжета.
Teacher: Watch the film for the second time; be ready to tell about British schools.
In the end of the film as you have seen British children express their opinions.
Write down their ideas.
So first, somebody will tell us what he or she have learnt.
Example. In Britain 92% of schools are state so they are free, 8% are private
schools where parents pay for education. British children go to school at the age of
5. At 11 students go to a secondary school. They stay at school until they are 16
and 30 % of them leave school. Others study at school for two more years. And
20% of students go to a university. In most schools children start their day at 9 am
and they go to school from Monday to Friday. There are about 22 students in a
secondary school class and about 27 in a primary school class. Students study
different subjects such as Math, History, Art, Geography, Science, Religion,
foreign languages. Popular languages are French, Spanish, Italian. During the
break students can go home or eat in a canteen. After classes at 4 o’clock they take
part in different activities.
7. Составление мини-диалогов в паре, используя ответы британских
детей о школе и восстанавливая вопросы, которые им могли быть заданы.
Teacher: Now you have some minutes to think it over and make up a short
dialogue about what you like and dislike at school.
P1: What are your favourite subjects at school?
P2: As for me, I like PE and History. And what do you think about homework?