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“Educational system of Kazakhstan and Great Britain in comparison”

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a) Lexical items: Junior school, Infant school, Private school, Modern school, Grammar school, Comprehensive school, Core

b) Grammar: first conditional sentences.

Type of the lesson: combined

Aims:   

a) Educational: to introduce information about the education in GB and compare with education in KZ.

         b) Developing: to develop skills in using the words on the theme; to  develop abilities of scanning a text for specific information; to develop speaking, listening, writing and reading skills.

         c) up-bringing: to develop students’ interest in  studying  English, to encourage students to learn more about education in GB; to develop the  feeling of  patriotism and create positive and respectful environment inside the class. 

Aids:

a) Visual aids: whatmans with table for compare.

b) Distributing material: handouts.

c) Technical means: active board

Plan  

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Theme: “Educational system of Kazakhstan and Great Britain in comparison”

a) Lexical items: Junior school, Infant school, Private school, Modern school, Grammar school, Comprehensive school, Core

b) Grammar: first conditional sentences.

Type of the lesson: combined

Aims:

a) Educational: to introduce information about the education in GB and compare with education in KZ.

b) Developing: to develop skills in using the words on the theme; to develop abilities of scanning a text for specific information; to develop speaking, listening, writing and reading skills.

c) up-bringing: to develop students’ interest in studying English, to encourage students to learn more about education in GB; to develop the feeling of patriotism and create positive and respectful environment inside the class.

Aids:

a) Visual aids: whatmans with table for compare.

b) Distributing material: handouts.

c) Technical means: active board

Plan

I. Organizational moment.

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a) Greeting: good morning! How are you today?

Take each other by the hand, and wish good luck!



II. Warm-up.

  1. Look at the board, what is your association with these pictures?

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Yes you are right! Today we’ll talk about education!

Make up a cinquain with the word education.

  1. Now let’s remember about education in our republic!

Look at the board and answer the question choosing one of these numbers.

  1. What age did you go to school?

  2. What age did you go to school?

  3. How many years of study are compulsory in our republic?

  4. What holiday do you have a year?

  5. How many lessons do you have a day?

  6. How long does every lesson last?

  7. When does a school year begin and end?

  8. How long does a school year last?

  9. What subjects does the primary school curriculum include?

  10. Where is your school located?



  1. Today we’ll introduce with the education of GB!

First of all let’s practice the new words.

III. New vocabulary.

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  1. The learners are asked to find the word of the following definitions.

  1. a school in the UK for children between the ages of 11and 18 who have passed a special exam in order to be allowed to go there.

  2. A school in the UK for children between the age of 7 and 11.

  3. A school that the children’s parents pay for directly to the school.

  4. Is a type of secondary school in the UK which does not prepare pupils for university.

  5. a school in the UK for children between the age of 5 and 7.

  6. a school in the UK for students of different levels of ability between the ages of 11and 18.

  7. A scientific subject such as chemistry, physics, or biology.

IV. Listening.

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  1. Now, I want you to watch a video about British education.

  2. The next our task is True or false.



  1. Children start primary school at the age of 7.

  2. They go to secondary school at the age of 11.

  3. They pass the GCSE exams at the age of 16.

  4. Only 30% of students continue and take A level.

  5. About 90% of students go to university.

  6. There are about 22 students in secondary class.

  7. School finishes at about 1 o’ clock.

  8. After school they go home.

  9. 92% of British schools are state school.

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V. Reading.

You are going to read about British schools. 5 sentences have been removed from the text. Choose from the sentence A-F the one which fits each gap 1-5. There is one extra sentence which you don’t need to use.

  1. The teachers of these schools pay personal attention to each pupil.

  2. Pupils take examinations in the core subjects at the age of 7, 11 and 14.

  3. It is an old tradition in the country.

  4. Primary education lasts for six years.

  5. Then they go to secondary school.

  6. There are special classrooms for Chemistry, Physics, Biology, and English.

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VI. Writing.

Imagine your friend is going to come to your school. Write him or her, what will happen if…

Ex.5 p. 111.

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VII. Speaking.

Students complete the table in order to show the differences and similarities of the education in

GB and KZ.

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VIII. Conclusion.

Have you enjoyed the lesson? What new have you learned at today’s lesson?

Teacher: thank you for your attention. I hope you’ll be educated person!

Marking.




















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“Educational system of Kazakhstan and Great Britain in comparison”

Автор: Абдильдинова Жанар Аргынтаевна

Дата: 22.06.2015

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