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План урока по английскому языку на тему "Education in England. The Future Simple Tense."

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Lesson №32

The theme: Education in England. The Future Simple Tense.

Educational aim: to enlarge students’ knowledge about educational system in England.

To receive topical vocabulary, to compare the facts on the theme to practice the usage of numbers and prepositions; to learn new words about Education doing different levels exercises ,to speak useful information about education in oral speech.

Developing aim: to develop the student’s abilities in reading, writing and speaking, to enrich the vocabulary and self-working skills; to develop student’s interest in research works.

Bringing up aim: to interest in learning English, to bring up to love and interest in the subjects, respect to each other.

The type of the lesson:

Methods: brainstorming, explanation, pair work, game, question-answer, group work

Visual aids: the interactive board, picture, posters, markers.

The procedure of the lesson:

I. Organization moment.

Good morning! I am very glad to see you and hope that you are ready for the lesson and you are in a good mood.

II. Brain-storming - EDUCATION

- Well, today we’ll do a lot of different tasks.

- Make as many words as you can from the word EDUCATION

- I’ll give you 1 min for this task (cat, at, in, on, action, not, ten, act, to, it, etc.)

III.Warming-up. Для настройки учащихся на беседу по теме используется высказывание. Teacher: There is a saying about education. Let’s read and translate it. Now let’s remember proverbs about learning. Match the proverbs and their Kazakh/Russian equivalents. Repeat it after me, please.

Live and learn. - Век живи, век учись.
s never late to learn. - Учиться никогда не поздно.
Practice makes perfect. - Повторениемать учения.

A little learning is a dangerous thing. - Недоученный хуже ученого.
Learning is an eye in the mind. - Учениесвет, а не ученье - тьма.

Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today.- Никогда не откладывай на завтра то, что можешь сделать сегодня.

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IV.Checking up the homework.

V. New theme. Explanation of the new materials

-Today we’ll speak about the system of education in England and the role of knowledge in our life. Our task is to remember and discuss all aspects of school education which are typical of Great Britain.

The better a person is educated, the greater his/her chance for success and high living standard is. (How do you understand it? The more a man knows, the more opportunities he has. Knowledge gives a man great power. Everybody must try to increase his knowledge.)

Do you share this opinion? Why? (Do you agree?)

Knowledge is power, isn’t it?

Where do you get knowledge? (from books, magazines, TV, the Internet)

Do you try to learn all subjects well?

Do you try to broaden your outlook?

So, “Why do you study? Why do you go to school?”, Is education important?”

Students: I go to school, because we must get education school;

because secondary education is compulsory;

because we have exams this year;
because it is interesting to study;

because I like to take part in social life;

because knowledge is power;
because I want to get an interesting profession;
because I want to enter a University;

because I want to succeed in life.

Teacher: Have we mentioned all the points?

-Look at the blackboard, there are new words, so you should look, repeat and write these words in your vocabulary.

1. education – образование, воспитание

2. compulsory – обязательный

3. secondary – средний

4. higher- высший

5. private –частный

6. state – государственный

7. free – бесплатный

8. to educate –давать образование

9. be educated at – обучаться

10. to attend –посещать

11. a boarding school –закрытая школа, интернат

12. expensive – дорогой, дорогостоящий

13. quality – качество

14. discipline- дисциплина

15. successful – успешный

16. prominent – выдающийся, известный

17.Winston Churchill- Уинстон Черчилль

18. Prime Minister – премьер министр

19. age – возраст

20. voluntary –добровольный

21. a nursery school – детский сад

22. an assessment test –

23. comprehensive – общеобразовательный

24. GCSE ( General Certificate of Secondary Education) – аттестат об общем среднем образовании

25. Sixth form College- 6 ой класс колледжа

26. Advanced Level – продвинутый уровень

27. primary-начальная

VI. The next task is reading and explaining the text.

You know that British school education is one of the most prestigious all over the world. British children start school at the age of 5. But before school they usually visit nursery school. Nursery school is not compulsory. Those who don’t want to visit it stay at home. So pupils begin to attend school at 5. It is a primary school. Primary school lasts for 6 years. Primary school is usually a small school. It consists of a reception class or infant school (which lasts 1 year) and junior school (where pupils spend 5 years). At the age of 11-12 pupils move to a new school, usually comprehensive that accepts all the children from 3 or 4 neighboring junior schools. At this school they spend 5 years. All British schools are divided into two types: state schools and private schools.State schools differ from private schools. 1) State schools are free. Pupils don’t pay money for their education. And private schools are very expensive. Parents whose children attend private schools must pay a lot of money for their children. 2) There is no school uniform in state schools. But pupils in private schools have to wear school uniform. They wear dark suits, white or grey shirts, ties, skits or trousers. 3) The discipline in private schools is very strict, while the discipline in state schools is not very strong. 4) High quality of education is typical of private schools. The quality of education in state schools is not so high. 5) State schools are schools where boys and girl study together and private schools are usually single-sex. Most private schools are for boys in Great Britain.

( All state schools are divided into comprehensive and grammar. Comprehensive schools are schools which take pupils of all abilities. There are no entrance examinations here. Grammar schools are schools which take pupils of definite abilities. Pupils must pass a selection test.

British pupils finish school at the age of 16. At the age of 16people take their examinations. Most take General Certificate of Educations (G.C.E). After five years of secondary education, pupils take GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education) examination. Compulsory education ends at 16. Then they may go to the 6th form college or just work.Some people leave secondary school and go to colleges for further education. Some choose to stay at secondary school for two years more and prepare for a university. Ordinary Levels - normally called just «O» Levels. People take O Levels in as many subjects as they want to some take one or two others take as many as nine or ten. If you get good «O» Level results, you can stay on at school until you are 19 in the Sixth Form. Here you prepare for Advanced Level Exams («A» Levels). Again, you take as many of these as you want to, but most people take two or three.

VII. Comprehension check.

Look at the blackboard and using the diagram say some information about schools in Great Britain.



(3-4 YEARS)


(4/5-7 YEARS)

(8-11 YEARS)
11+ EXAM


(13-19 YEARS)




(11-16 YEARS) GCSE

(16-18 YEARS)


(11-13 YEARS)

VIII. Practice

Task 1. Give the definition for the following (using active vocabulary from our theme):

1.the process of teaching or leaning, usually in a school or college______ (education).

2. to go to (school)_____ (attend).

3. a school for children between 3 and 5 years old that prepare them for school – ______kindergarten (nursery school)

4.a school for children between the ages 7 to 11 –________ (primary school)

5. a school for children between the ages of 11 to 16 – ______(secondary school)

6. a set of clothes that school children wear so that they all look the same_____ (school uniform).

7. an organization for people who have the same interest or enjoy similar activities – _____(club)

8. to get good results for exams – ______(to pass exams)

Task 2. true or false

1. Education is compulsory from the age of three in Britain. (false)

2. Children stay at secondary school to the age of 18. (false)

3. At the age of 16 students take an examination called GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education). (true)

4. Private schools are free of charge for British children. (true)

5. Most children start primary school at the age of 5. (true)

6. Most schools are mixed both for girls and boys. (true)

7. Every British child must stay at school from the age of 5 until they are 16. (true)

8. At the end of each stage of education students take A-Level exams. (false –at the age of 18, at the end of the 6th form)

9. At the age of 11 pupils get General Certificate of Secondary Education. (false)

10. Students may receive grants from their Local Education Authority (true)

11. Medicine and dentistry courses are shorter (2-3years)

12.Many British students learn a foreign language from the age of 7. (false –from the age of 11)

13.Most British students study French, but Spanish and Italian are also popular. (true)

14.Students have a break for lunch for an hour. (true)

15.The lessons finish at 6 o’clock in the afternoon. (false – at 4 o’clock)

16.There are a lot of extracurricular classes in British schools. (true)

Task3. Teacher: Now let’s revise the vocabulary. Find a pair.

1.to attend a) secondary school

2.compulsory b) higher education

3.to pass c) education

4.elementary d) opportunities

5.certificate e) classes

6.further f) exams

7.a wide range of g) education

8.preparatory h) of complete secondary education

9.to prepare for i) school

10.senior j) a state school

Key: 1)j 2)c 3)f 4)i 5)h 6)g 7)d 8)e 9)b 10)a

VIII. Revision of grammar material.

IX. Writing.

-Well, look at the blackboard there are some rules for every day’s lesson

  • Don’t miss lessons!

  • Listen to the teacher!

  • Be ready for the lesson!

  • Don’t be late!

  • Raise your hand to answer!

  • Try to speak English!

Task 4. Guessing games

1. At this lesson you usually read, speak, learn by heart and translate texts.-English

2. At this lesson you usually jump, run and play sports games.- PE/ Sports

3. At this lesson you usually play games and work with computer programs.- Computer Scince

4. At this lesson you usually sing songs and learn about famous composers.- Music

5. At this lesson you usually do sums and count.-Mathematics.

6. At this lesson you usually draw and paint pictures.- Draw

X .Conclusion

Writing work. Let's write a little test.“ How well do you know British school education?”

1. What types of secondary schools are there in Great Britain?a) primary and private b) state and private

2.Where is the discipline stricter? a) in state schools b) in private schools

3. Most schools are … in Great Britain. a) state b) private

4. These schools are very expensive. a) state b) private

5. Students wear school uniform in …a) state schools b) in private schools.

6. Hampton school is attended only by …. a) girls. b) boys.

7.Children start school in Britain at the age of…a) 5 b) 6

8. Winston Churchill was educated in…a) Harrow school b) Rugby school

9. Private schools are attended by … of pupils. a) 15% 5%

10. British pupils finish school at the age of … a) 17 b) 16.

Key:1-b 2-b 3-a 4-b 5-b 6-b 7-a 8-a 9-b 10-b

XI. Reflection.

Giving marks

Students discuss the questions in groups, say their opinions

I know

I want to know

I've learned

Home task.

Retelling of the text about schools in England.

- So, today you work hard, you’ve got a lot of information about education. You became like this man. Your marks.

- Stand up all of you. Thank you for your attention, participation. The lesson is over. See you the next lesson, Good-bye! Saying good – bye!

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