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Misbehaving Students Punished with Mozart

Misbehaving Students Punished with Mozart

  • Автор презентации: Королева Наталья Анатольевна
  • ГОУ СОШ № 79 Калининского района Санкт-Петербурга

School punishments -…?

Which of these topics or words from the article are most interesting and which are most boring?

school , England , bad behaviour , Mozart , classical music , truants , noisy students , detention , life chances , enhance , an experience , deterrent , subways , elephants


No break for a week

What are the worst things about school?

  • Noisy students in class
  • Homework
  • Boring teachers
  • School uniform
  • Canteen food
  • Rules
  • English lessons
  • Starting time

Guess if  a-h  below are true (T) or false (F).

  • a Mozart was a bad student at school and was punished a lot. T/F
  • b A teacher forced students to write poetry and listen to classical music. T/F
  • c Students received detention for smoking and skipping class. T/F
  • d A head teacher was worried good students were losing studying time. T/F

  • e The head teacher believes his method helps students value education. T/F
  • f The teacher said he wanted students to open their ears and eyes. T/F
  • g Music on London’s subway system cut crime by a quarter in 2004. T/F
  • h One student said he really liked the music by the band The Killers. T/F

Match the following synonyms from the article.

  • cut down on a. students
  • forces b. usually
  • pupils c. detained
  • spoiling d. chances
  • robbing e. reduce
  • enhance f. in other places
  • opportunities g. stealing from
  • kept behind h. makes
  • normally i. improve
  • elsewhere j. ruining

GAP FILL: Put the words into the gaps in the text.

  • A school in England is using classical music 1 _________ students’ bad behaviour. The head teacher Brian Walker at the West Park School in Derby 2 ____________ detention sessions after school on Fridays. He forces his students to listen to Mozart and 3 ___________. He also makes them copy his favourite poems and they have to watch educational videos. Mr. Walker says 4 ____________stop noisy pupils spoiling lessons for well-behaved students who want to study. He said the students staying behind are “not the smokers, 5_______________ people who are late… It's those who have slowed the learning process in class for everyone”. Mr. Walker explained this was unacceptable “because it is 6 _____________ opportunities”.
  • Brian Walker believes the detention 7 _______________education is something to value. "It helps them see they are part of something bigger that 8______________ life chances,” he said. The head teacher thinks students actually learn from 9_______________ after school: "Hopefully, I open their ears to an experience they don't normally have and…don't want to have again, so it's both educational and 10________________." Music has had success elsewhere in reducing bad behaviour. In 2004, it 11______________ London’s subway by 25 per cent. Researchers from a Belfast university found it helped stop elephants misbehaving. However, one West Park student called Kieran said: “An hour of Mr. Walker's music 12______________.”


  • to cut down on
  • runs two-hour
  • other classical music
  • his main aim is to
  • the truants or the
  • robbing the rest of
  • reminds students that
  • will enhance their
  • being kept behind
  • acts as a deterrent
  • reduced crime on
  • is a real killer


  • a) What did you think when you read the headline?
  • b) What springs to mind when you hear the word ‘punishment’?
  • c) What do you remember about punishment at school?
  • d) How often were you punished by teachers?
  • e) Do you think the 2-hour Mozart sessions are a good idea?


  • f) What’s the most effective punishment for badly behaved students?
  • g) Were / Are students in your class well behaved?
  • h) What do you think of noisy students spoiling it for the rest of the class?
  • i) What was the worst punishment you received?
  • j) What would be the worst music for you to listen to for two hours?


  • k) Did you like reading this article?
  • l) Do you think kids believe education is something to value?
  • m) How can we get kids to value education more?
  • n) What do kids learn from being kept behind after school?
  • o) Do you believe in corporal punishment (hitting people)?


  • p) Do you think music can stop people behaving badly?
  • q) How do elephants behave badly?
  • r) How might you punish an elephant for misbehaving?
  • s) What punishments wouldn’t you allow teachers to give your children?
  • t) What questions would you like to ask Brian Walker?

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