Schools in Great Britain

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LESSON PLAN

II quarter

Grade: 8

26.11.2015

45 minutes

Subject: English

The theme

Schools in Great Britain

The aims of the lesson

  • To give information about schools in Great Britain;

  • To teach them to use correctly appropriate words;

  • To teach them to work individually.

The expected result


  • Students will know about schools in Great Britain;

  • Students will use correctly appropriate words;

  • Students will be able to work individually.

The main idea

They will read the text about schools in Great Britain and answer the questions. Then complete the sentences with using appropriate words.

Steppes

Warm up “Vocabulary dictation”

Team work “Reading”

Individual work “Answer the questions”

Individual work “Complete the sentences”

Assessment

  1. After giving the main idea of the text they will assess each group with saying two stars and a wish

  2. They will check their answers with using correct answers and show traffic light cards

  3. They will change their copybooks and check with correct answers and say praises

Homework

Exercise 5

Home reading

Get more information about schools in Britain

Teacher’s notes about the lesson (what will teacher and students do during the lesson?)

  1. Introduction

  1. Warm-up

Vocabulary dictation (5 minutes)

Junior, infant, private, uniform, attend, and etc


  • Dividing the class into groups (two groups)

(they will be divided by using cards)

  1. Team work “Reading”

- they will determine their roles

- work with new vocabulary words

- the text will be divided into two parts and will be given to the both groups for the preparations

- after giving the main idea of the text they will assess each group with saying two stars and a wish

Schools in Great Britain

In Great Britain children start going to school when they are five and continue studying until they are 16 or older. Compulsory education begins at the age of five when children go to primary school. Primary education lasts for six years. First they attend the infant school from five to seven.

In infant schools children don’t have real classes. They get acquainted with the class-room, desks, play and learn through playing. They learn numbers and how to add them.

When the children are seven they go to junior school which they attend until eleven. Boys and girls study at junior school for four years. There they have classes, read and write, do mathematics. Then they go to secondary school.

At secondary school pupils study English, Mathematics, Science, Geography, History, Art, Music, Foreign languages and Physical training (PT).

There are some types of secondary school in Great Britain. They are grammar schools, modern school and comprehensive schools. One can attend modern school but pupils of a modern school don’t learn foreign languages.

If they go to grammar school they will have a good secondary education. This type of school is most popular in England. At secondary schools pupils study English, Mathematics, Science, Geography, History, Art, Music, Foreign languages and Physical education. English, Maths and Science are called “core” subjects. Pupils take examinations in the core subjects at the age of 7, 11 and 14.

There are some private schools in England. Boys and girls do not study together at these schools. The sons and daughters of the aristocracy go to these schools. Their parents pay much money for the education in private schools. The teachers of these schools pay personal attention to each pupil.

It may be strange for you to know that English pupils have school uniform. It is an old tradition in the country. A boy’s uniform consists of a special suit, a school cap, a tie and a blazer. A girl’s uniform consists of a hat, a coat, a skirt and a blouse. As usual their uniform is dark.

As you have just read British education has many different faces but one purpose. Its purpose is to develop pupils’ abilities and prepare them for life in the modern world.


  1. Individual work “Answer the questions”

  • To know what they’ve understood they will answer the following questions

  • They will check their answers with using correct answers and show traffic light cards

Answer the questions.

1. When do children start going to school in Great Britain?

2. When does compulsory education begin?

3. How long does primary education last?

4. What do children do in infant schools?

5. When do children go to junior school?

6. How long do they study at junior school?

7. What do pupils study at secondary school?

8. What are the types of secondary school in England?

9. What type of secondary school will you choose if you live
England? Why?

10. What are the “core” subjects?

11. Who goes to private schools?

12. Would you like to have school uniform?


  1. Individual work “Complete the sentences”

- they will put the correct appropriate words individually

- they will change their copybooks and check with correct answers and say praises

Complete the sentences on the basis of the text.

1. Compulsary education in England begins at the age of five when children go to ________ school.

2. ________________ education lasts for six years

3. When children are seven they go to ___________ school which they ________ until eleven.

4. One can attend modern school but pupils of _________ school don’t learn foreign languages.

5. English, Maths and Science are called ____________ subjects.

6. A boy’s _________ consists of a special suit, a school cap, a tie and a blazer.


  1. Expression of students about the lesson hello_html_m4d466bb7.png

Schools in Great Britain
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Schools in Great Britain

In Great Britain children start going to school when they are five and continue studying until they are 16 or older. Compulsory education begins at the age of five when children go to primary school. Primary education lasts for six years. First they attend the infant school from five to seven.

In infant schools children don’t have real classes. They get acquainted with the class-room, desks, play and learn through playing. They learn numbers and how to add them.

When the children are seven they go to junior school which they attend until eleven. Boys and girls study at junior school for four years. There they have classes, read and write, do mathematics. Then they go to secondary school.

At secondary school pupils study English, Mathematics, Science, Geography, History, Art, Music, Foreign languages and Physical training (PT).There are some types of secondary school in Great Britain. They are grammar schools, modern school and comprehensive schools. One can attend modern school but pupils of a modern school don’t learn foreign languages.

If they go to grammar school they will have a good secondary education. This type of school is most popular in England. At secondary schools pupils study English, Mathematics, Science, Geography, History, Art, Music, Foreign languages and Physical education. English, Maths and Science are called “core” subjects. Pupils take examinations in the core subjects at the age of 7, 11 and 14.

There are some private schools in England. Boys and girls do not study together at these schools. The sons and daughters of the aristocracy go to these schools. Their parents pay much money for the education in private schools. The teachers of these schools pay personal attention to each pupil.

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