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Theme: Education. Schools in Ukraine and Great Britain.

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Aims:

  • To  practise the pupils in using the topic words and expressions in speech;
  • To develop the pupils’ skills in listening to the text ignoring unknown words;
  • To develop reading skills;
  • To do creative exercises connected with the texts of reading and listening;
  • To revise grammar-ask and answer different kinds of questions, connected with the topic;
  • To bring up the interest to the education system in Ukraine and in English-speaking countries.

Equipment:  notebook, multimedia projector and screen, textbook by O. Karpiuk for the 8th form, Ternopil, Aston, 2008.

Before class. A teacher prints tables, exercises on the texts of reading and listening and prepares slide programme (Microsoft Power Point) with illustrations.

During the lesson this slide programme is demonstrated with the help of the multimedia projector and the screen.

I. Introduction. 

1) Warm up.   Our Motto:

 

 

 

                                   

    A wise advice:

 

 

 

 

 

2) Lexical exercises.

Learn the proverbs. Match the beginning of the proverb in column A with its ending in column B.

Match the beginning of the proverb in column A with its ending in column B.

1.

Live and…

A.

a dangerous thing.

2.

Knowledge is…

B.

to learn.

3.

A little knowledge is…

C.

power.

4.

It is never too late…

D.

to know nothing.

5.

To know everything is…

E.

…learn.

6.

There is no royal road…

F.

to learning.

 

 The answer key: 1-E, 2-C, 3-A, 4-B, 5-D, 6-F.

 

 

 

II. Main Part of the Lesson.

  1. Listening. Schools in Britain.

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  1.  Pre-Listening Tasks:                

   

1.

Teaching staff

Персонал (вчителі)

2.

Headmistress

Директор

3.

Deputy head

Заступник директора

4.

Comprehensive school

Загальноосвітня школа

5.

Accounting

Бухгалтерський облік

6.

Typing

Друкування

7.

Shorthand

Стенографія

8.

Nursing

Догляд за хворими

9.

Housekeeping

Домашнє господарство

10.

Attend

Відвідувати

11.

Prayers

Молитви

12.

Needlework

Pукоділля

13.

Form matters

Шкільні справи

 

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C:\Documents and Settings\Admin\Application Data\OLYMPUS\OLYMPUS Master\store\20090213220213\PC170803.JPG A Headmistress and a Deputy Head.

C) Post-Listening task.

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Word Bank.

1.

Teaching staff

Стенографія

2.

Headmistress

Заступник директора

3.

Deputy head

Директор

4.

Comprehensive school

Шкільні справи (класна година)

5.

Accounting

Відвідувати

6.

Typing

Догляд за хворими

7.

Shorthand

Персонал

8.

Nursing

Домашнє господарство

9.

Housekeeping

Друкування

10.

Attend

Бухгалтерський облік

11.

Prayers

Pукоділля

12.

Needlework

Молитви

13.

Form matters

Загальноосвітня школа

 

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  1. Guess the room:
  1. Books, newspapers, magazines are kept there. You go there to borrow or read books.
  2. A room where you have lessons at school.
  3. Meetings, performances, gatherings and parties are held in it.
  4. A place where you can watch sports matches.
  5. You can leave your coat or bag there.
  6. A room where you do exercises for your body.
  7. A room where you can eat sandwiches and drink tea or juice during the break.
  8. A room for teachers and class registers.

 

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4) Name the subjects which are taught in English girls’ schools. 1.      2.    3.

4.           5.

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Answer keys: 1. Typing, 2. Nursery, 3. Accounting, 4. Needlework, 5. Shorthand, 6. Housekeeping, 7. Religious Instructions.


  1. Reading.

A)   

      We read some texts about schools in Britain, the USA and Australia.   We also got some pupils’ e-mail letters from English-speaking countries. We learnt much interesting information. My name is Irene and I’d like to tell you about schools in Ukraine.

    The right to education in Ukraine is guaranteed by the Constitution (Article 53).

Every boy or girl must get secondary education; it means that secondary education is compulsory in our country. There are state schools where education is free of charge and private schools where pupils have to pay for their studies.

 I live in Donetsk. I study at a secondary school. My school was built more than twenty years ago. When I was ten I left primary school and went to a secondary one. 

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Now I am thirteen and I am a pupil of the eighth form. We go to school from Monday to Friday. We usually have six or seven lessons a day. Every school has a core curriculum and a school curriculum. The core curriculum includes such subjects as Maths, Ukrainian and World Literature, Physics, History, Geography, English, German, Ukrainian and Russian Languages and other subjects.

 

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According to the school curriculum we can choose extra subjects such as Computer Studies, Psychology, Journalism, Economics, and Ethnography.

       

We’ve got Art, Music and Physical Training.

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Lessons begin at 8 a.m. and last to 1 or 2 p. m. We have some breaks for lunch and rest. Teachers give us home tasks after each lesson.

We have school uniform. 

Teachers are not allowed to hit pupils but they can make them move to sit on their own. If you do something serious, like a broken window, you are punished.                

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B) Post- Reading tasks.

Test yourselves. Which statements refer to schools in Ukraine (U) and which ones to schools in Britain (B). 

 

Put U or B

1.

Boys and girls study in separate schools.

 

2.

The right to education is guaranteed by the Constitution.

(Article 53)

 

3.

Every school has a core curriculum and a school curriculum.

 

4.

Children have prayers at 8.50. a. m.

 

5.

Children have 5 lessons in the morning and 2 after lunch.

 

6.

Lessons begin at 8 a.m. and last to 1 or 2 p. m.

 

7.

One of the subjects is Religious Instructions.

 

8.

One of the subjects is Ethnography.

 

 

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Put U or B

1.

Boys and girls study in separate schools.

B

2.

The right to education is guaranteed by the Constitution.

 

U

3.

Every school has a core curriculum and a school curriculum.

U

4.

Children have prayers in 8.50. a.m.

B

5.

Children have 5 lessons in the morning and 2 after lunch.

B

6.

Lessons begin at 8 a.m. and last to 1 or 2 p. m.

U

7.

One of the subjects is Religious Instructions.

B

8.

One of the subjects is Ethnography.

U

 

  1. Writing. 

A) Answer the questions. (

1. Which school do you study at?

2. Where is it situated?

3. What is there behind the school and in front of it?

4. When was the school built?

5. How do the classrooms look like?

6. Which floor is your classroom situated on?

7. What do you think of your classmistress?

8. What subject does she teach?

9. When do lessons begin?

10. How many lessons have you got a day?

B) Put all kinds of questions to the sentence:

Pupils study many subjects at school.

4. Speaking.  Discuss in groups.

. Speak about different types of Ukrainian Schools.

  • In what ways are specialized schools (lyceums, gymnasiums) differ from ordinary ones?
  • What are their advantages or disadvantages?
  • What kind of school would you like to study in? Why?

III. Conclusion.

  1. Homework.

Write an e-mail letter: “My School”.

Get ready to retell it.

  1. Summarizing.

What have you done today?

What grammar did you revise?

How can you use your knowledge?

What is the difference between Ukrainian and British schools?

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