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"Начальное образование в Великобритании"

Система начального образования в Великобритании: типы школ, уровни начального образования, распорядок учебного дня, школьные предметы, правила поведения в школе.
01.12.2023

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Начальное образование в Великобритании Преподаватель английского языка ГБПОУ «Нижегородский Губернский Колледж» Алеева Альбина Рашидовна

Начальное образование в Великобритании

Преподаватель английского языка

ГБПОУ «Нижегородский Губернский Колледж»

Алеева Альбина Рашидовна

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Vocabulary primary education – начальное образование compulsory - обязательный public (state) school – государственная школа private school – частная школа homeschooling – домашнее обучение infant school – первый этап начальной школы junior school – второй этап начальной школы preparatory class (Reception Class) – подготовительный класс to skip classes – пропускать занятия to be enrolled – быть зачисленным curriculum – учебный план (программа) abilities - способности to pay fees – платить за обучение the daily routine – распорядок дня timetable - расписание term – четверть (в учебном году)

Vocabulary

  • primary education – начальное образование
  • compulsory - обязательный
  • public (state) school – государственная школа
  • private school – частная школа
  • homeschooling – домашнее обучение
  • infant school – первый этап начальной школы
  • junior school – второй этап начальной школы
  • preparatory class (Reception Class) – подготовительный класс
  • to skip classes – пропускать занятия
  • to be enrolled – быть зачисленным
  • curriculum – учебный план (программа)
  • abilities - способности
  • to pay fees – платить за обучение
  • the daily routine – распорядок дня
  • timetable - расписание
  • term – четверть (в учебном году)

Watch the video and fill in the missing words The earliest form of education in England is  . It is not  . In nursery most of the learning is free play. Only  and  skills are taught. In England the new school year starts in  . All students start school between the  and the  birthday. The school year is made of  . They are from September to  , from  to March and from April to  . There are five holidays, too. At Christmas and Easter students have  weeks off. In the summer they have  weeks off. Students in primary school usually do not sit  and tests. Their overall progress is assessed by the  looking at all their school work. They receive a written report describing their learning during the year. Students only take exams twice in primary school: once at the end of year  and once at the end of year  . However, these exams do not effect students very much. They are mainly used to assess how effective the  and  are.

Watch the video and fill in the missing words

  • The earliest form of education in England is . It is not . In nursery most of the learning is free play. Only and skills are taught.
  • In England the new school year starts in . All students start school between the and the birthday. The school year is made of . They are from September to , from to March and from April to . There are five holidays, too. At Christmas and Easter students have weeks off. In the summer they have weeks off.
  • Students in primary school usually do not sit and tests. Their overall progress is assessed by the looking at all their school work. They receive a written report describing their learning during the year. Students only take exams twice in primary school: once at the end of year and once at the end of year . However, these exams do not effect students very much. They are mainly used to assess how effective the and are.
Match the types of primary school with their definitions These schools are funded by both the state and the respective religious communities. It is necessary to belong to a specific community, be regular parishioners, and make donations. The school for children from 5 to 7 years old. Is the type of school you must pay money for. A school where students study and live in during the school term. A school owned by the government and not paid for. Schools, which work in cooperation with the secondary school and are their first stage of education. The school is for children from 8 to 11 years old. Schools where children are enrolled on a territorial basis and are funded by the state. Schools for 4-year old children, which operate autonomously, without being tied to any particular secondary school. Public (state) schools Non-religious schools Religious schools Infant school Private schools Preparatory schools Junior schools Boarding schools

Match the types of primary school with their definitions

  • These schools are funded by both the state and the respective religious communities. It is necessary to belong to a specific community, be regular parishioners, and make donations.
  • The school for children from 5 to 7 years old.
  • Is the type of school you must pay money for.
  • A school where students study and live in during the school term.
  • A school owned by the government and not paid for.
  • Schools, which work in cooperation with the secondary school and are their first stage of education. The school is for children from 8 to 11 years old.
  • Schools where children are enrolled on a territorial basis and are funded by the state.
  • Schools for 4-year old children, which operate autonomously, without being tied to any particular secondary school.
  • Public (state) schools
  • Non-religious schools
  • Religious schools
  • Infant school
  • Private schools
  • Preparatory schools
  • Junior schools
  • Boarding schools
Match the types of primary school with their definitions Public (state) schools - a school owned by the government and not paid for. Non-religious schools  - schools where children are enrolled on a territorial basis and are funded by the state. Religious schools - these schools are funded by both the state and the respective religious communities. It is necessary to belong to a specific community, be regular parishioners, and make donations. Infant school  - the school for children from 5 to 7 years old. Private schools - is the type of school you must pay money for. Preparatory schools - schools for 4-year old children, which operate autonomously, without being tied to any particular secondary school. Junior schools - schools, which work in cooperation with the secondary school and are their first stage of education. The school is for children from 8 to 11 years old. Boarding schools  – a school where students study and live in during the school term.

Match the types of primary school with their definitions

  • Public (state) schools - a school owned by the government and not paid for.
  • Non-religious schools - schools where children are enrolled on a territorial basis and are funded by the state.
  • Religious schools - these schools are funded by both the state and the respective religious communities. It is necessary to belong to a specific community, be regular parishioners, and make donations.
  • Infant school - the school for children from 5 to 7 years old.
  • Private schools - is the type of school you must pay money for.
  • Preparatory schools - schools for 4-year old children, which operate autonomously, without being tied to any particular secondary school.
  • Junior schools - schools, which work in cooperation with the secondary school and are their first stage of education. The school is for children from 8 to 11 years old.
  • Boarding schools – a school where students study and live in during the school term.
Watch the video and underline the subjects which children study in primary school School Subjects Chemistry, Literacy, PSHE (Personal, Social, Health and Emotional Education), Physics, Foreign Languages, Maths, Literature, Geography, Reading, History, Numeracy, English, Science, Religion, Technology and Design, Music, Physical Education, Art, Biology, ICT(Information Computer Technology).

Watch the video and underline the subjects which children study in primary school

School Subjects

  • Chemistry, Literacy, PSHE (Personal, Social, Health and Emotional Education), Physics, Foreign Languages, Maths, Literature, Geography, Reading, History, Numeracy, English, Science, Religion, Technology and Design, Music, Physical Education, Art, Biology, ICT(Information Computer Technology).
The rules of behavior at school Students Must: Arrive punctually at lessons, properly dressed, fully equipped and prepared to learn Follow all directions, especially those relating to safety Listen with respect to the teacher, and to other students when appropriate Respect the property of other students, of staff and of the School Allow students to learn, teachers to teach Take personal responsibility for learning Not use phones or other digital communication equipment during lessons unless allowed by the teacher Wear the approved school uniform, including on journeys to and from school, in accordance with the School Uniform Rules. Treat with care all school property, furniture and effects. Report any accidents, emergencies or breakages, at once, to a member of staff. Obey any special rules that apply e.g. in laboratories, workshops, Sports Hall and the Dining Hall.

The rules of behavior at school

Students Must:

  • Arrive punctually at lessons, properly dressed, fully equipped and prepared to learn
  • Follow all directions, especially those relating to safety
  • Listen with respect to the teacher, and to other students when appropriate
  • Respect the property of other students, of staff and of the School
  • Allow students to learn, teachers to teach
  • Take personal responsibility for learning
  • Not use phones or other digital communication equipment during lessons unless allowed by the teacher
  • Wear the approved school uniform, including on journeys to and from school, in accordance with the School Uniform Rules.
  • Treat with care all school property, furniture and effects.
  • Report any accidents, emergencies or breakages, at once, to a member of staff.
  • Obey any special rules that apply e.g. in laboratories, workshops, Sports Hall and the Dining Hall.

Video “A school day in the UK” Watch the video and answer the guestions : 1. What does a school day start with? What time? 2. What is assembly? 3. When does the first lesson start? 4. How do children spend time during the break? How long is it? 5. What food do they have for lunch? 6. When does the third lesson start? 7. What classes does Jamie have this day? 8. What time is the end of the school day?

Video “A school day in the UK”

  • Watch the video and answer the guestions :
  • 1. What does a school day start with? What time?
  • 2. What is assembly?
  • 3. When does the first lesson start?
  • 4. How do children spend time during the break? How long is it?
  • 5. What food do they have for lunch?
  • 6. When does the third lesson start?
  • 7. What classes does Jamie have this day?
  • 8. What time is the end of the school day?
Homework

Homework

Электронные ресурсы: 6 Schools in britain English ESL worksheets pdf & doc (islcollective.com) Daily Routine & Rules - Bishop Wordsworth's School (bishopwordsworths.org.uk) https://videouroki.net/video/21-british-primary-school-school-subjects.html?ysclid=lpmu9b38q8172939642 Let's talk about English primary school - поиск Яндекса по видео (yandex.ru) School in Britain - поиск Яндекса по видео (yandex.ru)

Электронные ресурсы:

  • 6 Schools in britain English ESL worksheets pdf & doc (islcollective.com)
  • Daily Routine & Rules - Bishop Wordsworth's School (bishopwordsworths.org.uk)
  • https://videouroki.net/video/21-british-primary-school-school-subjects.html?ysclid=lpmu9b38q8172939642
  • Let's talk about English primary school - поиск Яндекса по видео (yandex.ru)
  • School in Britain - поиск Яндекса по видео (yandex.ru)
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