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Учитель филиала МОУ Уваровщинской сош в селе Голынщина Асеев Ю.П. 1. The system of education in the USA is different from the system of education in England. 1) What have you learnt about the main features of education in England? Complete the missing information. state schools where education is free. 1. Most children attend ________________ schoolsor ______________ public schools 2. Some children attend either private ______________ where parents pay for their children’s education. 3. Schools where children not only study but also live are called boarding schools. ________________ of 5 and 16 4. Education is compulsory between the ages _________________. school 5. At the age of 5 most children start ________________. secondary education 6. Comprehensive schools provide __________________________. national exams 7. At the end of each stage pupils take ________________. 8. Children can get higher education at __________________. universities 9. To enter a university you have to take ________________. A l exams Ex. 1.1) Listen to the information about the US system of education 1. The USA free schools are called a- state schools. b- public schools. c- private schools. 2. The education is compulsory between the ages of a- 5 and 16. b- 7 and 18. c- 6 and 18. 3. At elementary school a student spends a- either 5 or 8 years. b- usually 3 years. c- 6 years. 4. High schools provide a- higher education. b- elementary education. c- secondary education. 5. In the USA students a- do not take any exams. b- do not take national exams. c- always take the Scholastic Aptitude test (SAT). 6. The USA universities and colleges accept a- those students who have good SAT results. b- all the students. c- those students who have passed entrance exams. Ex. 1.4) on p.103. Complete the table about the USA system of education. AB: ex.1, p.76. The system of education in the USA is different from the system of education in England. Listen to the information about the US system of education and complete the table. Parents send their children to either a public or private school. In both the USA and the UK most children go to schools that are free. In the USA these are known as public schools and in the UK they are known as state schools. 10% of children in the USA go to schools that their parents pay for, these schools are called private schools. In the USA, national, state and local government decide what subjects will be taught in schools, so children in different states may be taught different things. Most schools, however, teach very similar subjects. In the USA education is compulsory between ages of 6 and 18. But the age of starting school is different in different states. Children start school between 5 and 7 years old, the age of finishing school is between 16 and 18 years. Primary education is provided by elementary schools, also known as grade school or grammar school. Sometimes primary education includes kindergarten as well. Primary education is either 5 or 8 years. It is followed (or not) by a number of years of middle school education (usually 3 years). Secondary education is provided by High Schools. A student can attend either combined Junior—Senior High School or Junior High (grades 7—9) and Senior High Schools (grades 9—12). So, secondary education also takes 6 years. In the USA, students do not take national examinations but it does not mean that they do not have tests. Students in High School usually take examinations in the subjects they are studying at the end of each semester. American students who want to go to get higher education must take a test called SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) during the last year in High School. Most USA colleges and universities pay attention to students' SAT results when they are deciding which new students to accept. Students pay to take a SAT, and their results are sent to three colleges that they hope to go to. Elementary school Middle school Junior Hihg school Senior High school Ex. 2 on p.103. Taking an exam is usually stressful. Some teens try to cope with it the help of lucky mascots. 1) What lucky mascots are teens taking about? Match the names of the teens an the lucky mascots. You can use the names more than once. 1. a piece of clothing ______________, ________________ 2. things for writing ______________, ________________ 3. photos ________________________ 4. toys _________________, ___________________ 5. other things ___________, ___________, _____________ 6. nothing ________________ — I'm Jane. I use a lucky pen. I believe it really helps and gives me confidence. — My name is Katie. When I do my test, I have a little purple amethyst stone which I hold in my hand. I think it works because I've always got the highest mark in every test that I've ever done! It's me, Amy. I wear my lucky watch and blouse in exams. So far I've been really lucky with the results, so maybe they work. My name is Reggie. I have a little red rabbit my mother made when I was younger. I bring him out of habit really, and I just try my best. What happens in the exam only you can change. Good luck everyone in the SATs! I'm Jess. This is stupid, but during the exam I keep a small picture of my favourite footballer — Cristiano Ronaldo — in my hand. I know that won't bring me any luck but this picture just gives me confidence. I'm Harriet. I have a lucky mascot. It's a coin. I found it in Spain when I was there with my parents. I use it every year during my exams. When I don't know the answer I squeeze it and I suddenly know the answer! My name is Ashley. I have a lucky pencil. It's red, blue and green. I used it while doing my Maths test and my English one. And I've passed them both while using it. I'm Lily. A lot of people I know have lucky pens or teddies, but I don't have anything. I prefer to think that I make my own luck. My name is Ruth. I have a lucky teddy bear which I keep in my bag. So if I get stressed I can look at it and feel just better. I'm Lee. I have a lucky pair of red socks I wear to every exam and use a lucky pen. I don't know what I'll do when it runs out! Amy Lee 1. a piece of clothing ______________, ________________ Jane Ashley 2. things for writing ______________, ________________ Jess 3. photos ________________________ Reggie Ruth 4. toys _________________, ___________________ Katie ___________, Amy Harriet 5. other things ___________, _____________ Lily 6. nothing ________________ Activity Book: Ex.2,p.77 Reader: Ex.3,p.54-55 Thanks for the lesson!