Presentation on theme: "What is a progressive school like? Answer questions. 1.Is Summerhill a traditional or progressive school? 2.Where is Summerhill? 3.How old is it? 4.How."— Presentation transcript:
What is a progressive school like? Answer questions. 1.Is Summerhill a traditional or progressive school? 2.Where is Summerhill? 3.How old is it? 4.How many students are there in Summerhill? 5.Is there a timetable? 6.Who founded this school? 7.In this school the education is free, isn't it? 8.Would you like to go to such a school? Why? 9.Are there any troublemakers in this school?
Is it true or false 1. Summerhill is in Leisten in Suffolk. 2.There are only 70 students aged from 6 to Every week the students and the teachers have a meeting. 4.There is a timetable - but only for students. 5.They often have fights-quarrels, of course. 6.Parents shouldn't pay for the teaching. 7.A. S. Suffolk founded this school in 1921.
Write the pairs of word combination with the opposite meanings. to attend classes to be well educated to be on time to be polite to be friendly to be uneducated to be late to be unfriendly to be impolite miss classes
Read the harmful advice and change it into useful advice. Some Harmful Advices: 1.Try to be a bit late for your classes, your teacher will be angry if you come into the classroom before her. 2.Talk with your classmates at the lessons and it will keep them from sleeping and the teachers will thank you for the help. 3.Be impolite to your teacher and she will go to see your parents. 4.Do not do your homework at home, demonstrate to your teacher how quickly you can do it just before the lesson. She will be impressed and will give you the best mark.
Complete the sentences. (miss, uniforms, attend, the lessons, on time, rules, in the classroom, the break). All students should wear.... We have to get up at 7 a.m. to be at school.... We needn't.... classes on Sundays. We often run and jump between the desks during... Boys and girls sometimes run around... during the break. Students must be ready for.... Students sometimes give... to their teachers. You must (not)... your lessons.