Education in Great Britain and Russia

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Education in Great Britain and Russia

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Repeat after the speaker compulsory is guaranteed by the Constitution intelligent tests through to show a preference primary education secondary education.

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Answer my questions: At what ages must British children stay at school? What stages is British education divided into? What types are state schools divided into? What can you say about private school? State does not control private schools, does it? What do many young people do after leaving school?

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Translate the sentences from Russian into English: В Британии школы делятся на государственные и частные. Государство не контролирует частные школы. Образование в России обязательно и гарантируется Конституцией. Британское образование делится на 3 ступени: начальное, среднее и дальнейшее. Британские дети должны учиться в школе с 5 до 16 лет. В «грамматических школах» учатся дети, которые имеют склонность к академическим предметам. «Технические школы» предлагают коммерческие или технические курсы. В «современных школах» ученики получают профессию. В «общеобразовательных школах» сочетаются все виды образования. После школы молодые люди могут поступать в колледжи дальнейшего образования.

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Game “Happy Chance” What school is it? Pupils show a preference for academic subjects Pupils read, write, do sums, play. They spend a lot of time outdoors. These schools offer commercial or technical courses. Boys and girls are interested in working with their hands. They learn some trade at these schools. These schools usually combine all types of secondary education.

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Test. Place the following statements under the correct heading. GB Russia Children ages 6-7/17 attend school Pupils do not wear school uniforms Pupils have a lunch at school free of charge School discipline is not very strict Summer vacations from June to August Education is divided into 4 stages Children ages 5-16/18 attend school Pupils have to wear school uniforms to school Pupils eat a hot lunch at school Pupils have exams at the ages of 7, 11, 13 and 16 There are state and private schools in the country School discipline is very strict.

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Put these factors in order of priority from 1 to 12 / 1=the most important A variety of types of schools. The duration of a school day. The reputation of a school. Teachers. Extracurricular activities. Multiculturism. School discipline. School uniforms. Tests. The choice of subjects. The age children start and leave school.