3 Christian monasteries and temples became the first centres of schooling. Most of the religious communities had a school, where monks and priests were the first teachers.In the 16th –18th centuries an ever-increasing number of schools were founded by the communities – the so-called Brotherhoods.
4 was founded in Ostrog (Rivne region) in 1576. The Greek-Slavonic-Latin Collegium, Ukraine’s first seat of higher learning,was founded in Ostrog (Rivne region) in 1576.
5 the level of public literacy in Ukraine was higher than in In the 18th centurythe level of public literacyin Ukraine was higher than inmost western and eastern European countries. Schools could be found in most of the villages.The first universities appeared in Lviv (1784), Kharkiv (1805), Kyiv (1834) and Odesa (1865).
6 It should be mentioned that such a seat of higher learning as the Mohyla Academy came to be as early as Until 1616 the Academy was the only institution of higher learning of Eastern Europe.
9 EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM IN UKRAINE primary/elementarysecondarycollegegymnasiumlyceumboarding schoolprivatestatespecialized schoolEducationcompulsoryoptionalfree paidpre-school educationschoolshigher educationsecondary educationnursery schoolkindergartenuniversitypolytechnical instituteagricultural academyAcademy of Artsmilitary schooldrama schoolmedical schooljunior technical collegesenior technical collegeart school
10 The right to education in Ukraine is guaranteed by the Constitution (Article 53). Every boy and girl must get secondary education; it means that secondary education is compulsory in our country. There are state schools where education is free of charge and private primary and secondary schools where pupils have to pay for their studies.
11 There are the following stages of education: pre-school education secondary educationvocational educationhigher educationafter-diploma trainingpost graduate coursesdoctorate coursesimproving qualification coursesbeyond-the-school educationself-education
12 Every school has a core curriculum and a school curriculum. The core curriculum includes Ukrainian, Ukrainian Literature, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Geography, World Literature, a Foreign Language and others.
13 The educational system comprises more than 23 thousand preschool childcare centres, but they are not obligatory. The basic link of the system is general educational school; their total number equals to about 21 thousand now.
15 Nursery schools or kindergartens Most parents take their children to nursery schools or kindergartens at the age of 3.The children usually spend all day long there.
16 Pre-school education is not compulsory and is fee-paying. At the age of 4-5 they are taught to count, read and write the letters. They also have the lessons of Drawing and Handicrafts. Sometimes they learn English too.Pre-school education is not compulsory and is fee-paying.
18 The general secondary education in Ukraine begins at the age of 6 and is free of charge in state schoolsand fee-paying in the private ones.
19 give general education which has three stages: Secondary schoolsgive general education which has three stages:Primary (elementary) schoolthe 1st-4th gradesBasic secondary schoolthe 5th-9th gradesHigh secondary schoolthe 10th – 11th grades
20 School Subjects Primary School: Ukrainian, Math, I and Ukraine, Ukrainian,Health and Body Care, Physical Education,Music, Drawing and Handicrafts,Foreign Language (English, German, French, etc.)Children start learning a foreign language in the 1st form in all secondary schools.
21 Basic Secondary School: Ukrainian Language and Literature, Foreign Literature, English, German, Math,Health and Body Care, History of Ukraine,Geography, Biology, Chemistry, Art,Physical Education, Physics, Music,Handicrafts, Civics
22 High Secondary School: Ukrainian Language and Literature, World Literature, English, German, Algebra,Geometry, Geography, History of Ukraine,World History, Biology, Chemistry,Physical Education, Physics, Economics,Civics, Computer Science
24 They are organised for talented children NEW TYPES OF SCHOOLS:GymnasiumsLyceumsCollegesThey are organised for talented children
25 These are the schools where capable students develop their skills. The curriculum in those types of schools include such new subjects as:History of World Culture, History of Religion, two foreign languages, and choreography together with the traditional school subjects.
26 The Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine has developed the National Curriculum and the State Standards in the main fields of science.All the subjects in the secondary schools are obligatory but there are also elective courses that students of senior grades can take.
27 The Independent Testing System in core school subjects has been introduced recently. The results of the tests not only summarize the level of knowledge a student has after finishing a secondary school but give the student a chance to continue his/ her education in colleges and universities.
29 is the post-secondary education. Higher education gives The Higher Educationis the post-secondary education.Higher education givesfundamental scientific, general and practical education.It may be full-time, part-time or distance learning.
30 higher educational establishments: In Ukraine there arethe following types ofhigher educational establishments:technical schools,colleges,institutes,conservatories,academies,universities, etc.
31 Among the institutions of higher education special place belongs to universities. They train specialists for various fields of science (physics, mathematics, biology, chemistry, law, linguistics, etc.), conduct post graduate courses and grant degrees. Universities offer a five-year course of study and usually have from six to twelve departments.
32 Degrees of higher education are the following: bachelor's degree (usually after three years of study);specialist degree (after five years of study and a diploma project),master's degree (after post-graduate courses);doctorate (after dissertation research approved, the degree is traditionally called 'candidate of science');the degree of a doctor of science (after the second, more important dissertation approved).
34 What do you know about the system of education in our country? What guarantees the right to education in Ukraine?Is secondary education compulsory in Ukraine?Is secondary education free of charge?Are their new types of schools in Ukraine?
35 6. What subjects do students study in Ukraine. 7 6. What subjects do students study in Ukraine? 7. At what age do children start going to school in our country? 8. What school do they go first: elementary, high or middle? 9. How many years do pupils study at the elementary school? 10. When do lessons start at school?
36 11. Do pupils have an opportunity to have lunch at school and how much time do they have for it? 12. Do children have an opportunity to attend any school clubs? What clubs are the most popular?13. Can pupils choose what subjects to study?14. When do pupils take exams?15. What types of schools are there in Ukraine?