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EDUCATION … whether is it boring , unusual , interesting ?. English Club # 4 January 2013. People who read books will always manage those who watch TV. Some interesting facts about education in the world. Do you know that ….
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English Club # 4
will always manage those who watch TV
? When do Japanese students move up
to the next class?
(during short spring holidays)
? Who are teachers in modern Japanese schools, men or women?
? If men work at school nowadays, how many?
(more than half of staff)
? Where do pupils have lunch there?
(in the classrooms)
? How long are summer holidays in Czech republic?
? Do these marks mean the same as in our country?
(No, “5’ is the worst mark, “1” is the best)
? How many school subjects can a teacher teach?
(some – maths and P.E. or chemistry, music and Czech)
? How many people work in Finnish school s during a lesson? (two – a teacher and his assistant)
? How often do Finnish students go out during school time?
(after every lesson regardless
? When do Norwich students start get marks at school?
( only in the eighth class)
? Why are holidays so long?
(because the Chinese mark Chinese New Year)
? How long can a Greek person be a student?
(for thirty years)
? How many students can be
in the class?
(35 – 40)
? What is a percentage of former pupils who want to get a higher education?
"А" – 15% of students who show a high level of knowledge and originality of thinking;
"В" – 25% of students whose level is higher than average;
"С" – 35% of students with average abilities;
"D" – 15% of students have a low level of knowledge;
"F" – 10% of students demonstrate unsatisfactory results and ignorance of school programme.
? What definitions characterise marksfrom “A” to “F”?
(excellent, good, satisfactory, poor)
but Dc Roland Dante has got $3,000,000 for his 2days course of lectures on hypnoses treatment.
? What is the Russian equivalent of monthly teacher’s salary? (82,000 rubles per month in Russia)
without such education.
9. Can children begin studying at 4 or not?
10. What are core subjects in English schools according to the National Curriculum?
11. Is school education free in Britain?
12. When does a school year start in Britain?
13. How long do summer holiday last?
14. Where does a school year start in August?
15. How many levels of attainment/knowledge are there in the English language in primary school?
16. Do children pass any exams after primary school?
17. When do pupils start to learn a modern foreign language?
18. Do British kids study Russian?
19. How many marks do children have in Britain?
20. What marks are they?
21. How many days a week do children learn?
23. What transport takes children to school?
24. Children should wear uniform, shouldn’t they?
25. Can British students wear pajamas at school?
26. How long is lunch break?
27. Is the discipline strict at schools of Britain?
28. Can teachers wear jeans to school?
29. Do children like their school food?
30. Have students got a religious lesson or not?
31. Girls are allowed to wear lipstick and eye-shadow, aren’t they?
32. Do boys and girls sit at different desks?
lessons or not?
35. Can schoolchildren go to work at 16?
36. What class do they attend at 15?
37. Is higher education free or not in Britain?
38. How many universities are there in Great Britain?
39. Do student study 5 years at the university?
40. How old are students when they begin higher
In the 1950s some people were dissatisfied with the tripartite system.
(at grammar and independent schools)
Under the new system, there is no examination at the age of eleven, and the grammar schools and secondary modern schools have been replaced by large comprehensive schools. Some comprehensives are “streamed”; others are “unstreamed”. In a streamed school, pupils are placed into classes according to their ability. Children of high ability are in the “A” stream, those of lesser ability in the “B” stream and so on. In an unstreamed school, children of mixed ability are placed together in the classes.
to pass the Eleven plus
It is achieved!