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Урок английского языка для 10 класса по теме : «Schools» учителя английского языка, Гришковой Л.В.
We raise our hands to speak. We work quietly at our seats. We use voices soft and sweet. We keeps our places tidy and neat. We are helpful, friendly, and fair. We take turns and willingly share.
1a 1a Match the types Of school (1-6) to the descriptions (A-F). Which are the most common/uncommon in your country? What type of school do you go to? 1. boarding school 2. single-sex school 3.co-educational school 4. state school 5. private school 6. specialist school
A A school for boys and girls. A A school for boys and girls. B A school you usually have to pay to go to. C A school students go to for a particular reason (e.g. to become actors). D A school for only boys or only girls. E A school owned by the government. E A school owned by the government. F A school which students live in during school term.
b Read the following statements. Which ones are true for your school? 1. Students wear a school uniform. 2. There are lots of rules. 3. Facilities and equipment are good (e.g. libraries, science labs, sports equipment). 4. The teachers are strict. 5. Students are motivated. 6. There is a selection of unusual subjects to choose from. 7. Students sit a lot of exams. 8. Most students take part in extra- curricular activities (e.g. drama, sports).
School around the World. Do you look forward 1)…….going to school or do you absolutely dread it? Or, perhaps you’d prefer to go school somewhere else! This week, Go! Magazine takes a look at how schools are different 2)…………the world. to around
A. A. There are many types of schools in the world. Some are expensive, private boarding schools, like Rugby School in England where the game of rugby was invented! There are also some specialist school s, like drama schools, dance schools or the 40 acrobatic schools in Wuqiao, China. It might sound like fun, but, as 13-year-old Zhang Li explains, “Our training starts at 5:30 am. It’s very hard, but these skills will help me 3)…………a living when I leave.” There are also a wide range of school subjects at different schools. At Holden High School in the USA, subjects include comic book art, photography, song writing and yoga. earn
B. B. At a school in the Annapurna mountains in Nepal, classes don’t start until 10 am because a lot of student s have to walk for about an hour to get there. In Japan, it isn’t unusual for students to 4)………….two hours or more getting to school on public transport.”It’s not so bad,” says 15-year-old Keiko from Tokyo. “I sometimes sleep or study on the train, and it’s a great way to catch 5)…….with my friends.” spend up
С. С. The average school day in the UK and the US is 6.5 hours for high school students. Students in Korea and Greece, 6)………....., are not so lucky! After school they attend extra classes in private schools. “On a typical day,”says Jie Kim from Seoul, South Korea, “I don t get home until midnight, but if I don t study hard, I won t 7)……..into a good university.” however get
D. D. All school have rules, but sometimes they are really strict. At Eton College a, very famous boys’ boarding school in England, the students have a smart but very old-fashioned uniform with a long jacket, trousers and shirt. In Japan, everyone has to participate in `o soji’, or the cleaning of the school, before they go home, whereas at Summerhill School in England, it’s the students who 8)……..the rules! give
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Before you watch Do you know anything about schools in Britain? Try this quiz. Quiz window Tick (+) the correct information a) Most children start primary school at the age of 7 b) About 20% of18-year – olds go to university c) At most school students wear a uniform d) The are about 22 student in a secondary school class e) Students begin learning a foreign language at 15 f) All students have music lesson g) Most parents in Britain pay for their children’s education
Sequence 3 (up to: I’m not!) 1.Watch the sequence WITHOUT sound. Tick (+) the activities you see Football Cooking Netball Badminton Rugby Athletics Chess Lunch
2. Watch again with sound. Cross out the incorrect answer in the sentences below. hour/half a.Students have a break of an hour/half an hour for lunch b.Most/Some b.Most/Some students bring sandwiches for lunch four/five c.School finishes at four/five o’clock rugby/chess d.Students also play rugby/chess
1. Read this letter and put the lines in the correct place in the letter. a.You want to know about my school b. After school I play netball c. My brother, Tom d. I’m in Year Eight now e. Thank you for your letter
2. Mark the following sentences T (true) or F (false) Maria is Italian a. Maria’s family is quite large b. Maria goes to school in Abingdon c. Ann learns Italian d. Anna loves music e. Netball is on Tuesday afternoons f. Ann has got her GCSE exams in June g. Tom plays netball
3. Write a letter to Anna telling her about your school and your life it school Yours class What you like and dislike about school The subjects you study Sports and activities Any brothers and sisters at school