Bài giảng Anh 12: School education system

- Compulsory /kəm'pʌlsəri/(a): bắt buộc

 Compulsorily (adv):

Academic /ækə'demik/(a): thuộc nhà trường

 Academic year: năm học

Divide into (v): Chia ra, phân ra

Fee-paying (n): đóng học phí

Curriculum (n): chương trình học

Core (a): chính, chủ yếu

Certificate (n): giấy chứng nhận

Pre – school: mẫu giáo

Primary education: giáo dục tiểu học

Secondary education: giáo dục trung học

GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education): chứng chỉ giáo dục phổ thông trung học

 

 

 

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What kind of school is it?  It’s a kindergarten. What kind of school is it?  It’s a high school / upper secondary school. What kind of school is it?  It’s a primary school. What kind of school is it?  It’s a lower secondary school / middle school. What kind of school is it?  It’s a university. What kind of school is it?  It’s a college. They are the school education system in Vietnam. Date: 30/9/2009 Period: 21 Unit 4: SCHOOL EDUCATION SYSTEM Lesson: READING Activity 1: Decide the statements about schools in Vietnam are true (T) or false (F) 1. In Vietnam children start grade 1 when they are 6 years old. 2. Schooling is compulsory from the age of 6 to 16. 3. The school year generally begins in September and ends in late May. 4. The students don’t have any examinations when they finish secondary school. 5. A school year consists of two terms.  Do you think children in England start grade at the same age?  What about in England? Does the school year in England begin and end at the same Time?  Is it the same or different in England?  How many terms are there in England? T F T F T New words: - Compulsory /kəm'pʌlsəri/(a): bắt buộc  Compulsorily (adv): Academic /ækə'demik/(a): thuộc nhà trường  Academic year: năm học Divide into (v): Chia ra, phân ra Fee-paying (n): đóng học phí Curriculum (n): chương trình học Core (a): chính, chủ yếu Certificate (n): giấy chứng nhận Pre – school: mẫu giáo Primary education: giáo dục tiểu học Secondary education: giáo dục trung học GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education): chứng chỉ giáo dục phổ thông trung học Q: How many paragraphs are there in the reading? What are they about? - Paragraph 1: Academic year Paragraph 2: School system Paragraph 3: National curriculum Activity 2 (Task 1,p. 46): Find out the words having the equivalent meanings Schools in which all children can attend without paying tuition fees  A stage of study for children aged from 5 to 10  3. A stage of study for children aged from 11 to 16  4. Put into force by the law  The examinations children sit at the end of compulsory education  6. A detailed plan for a course of study offered in a school or college  State school Primary school Secondary school Compulsory The General Certificate of Secondary Education Curriculum Activity 3 (task 2, p.46): Answer questions When do children in England start their compulsory education at school? How many terms are there in an academic year in England? What are they? What are the two school systems in England? Do children have to pay fees if they go to “independent” or “public” schools? How many core subjects are there in the national curriculum? What are they? When can students take the GCSE examination? Answer: 1. When do children in England start their compulsory education at school?  Children in England start their compulsory education at school from the age of 5. 2. How many terms are there in an academic year in England? What are they?  There are three terms: Autumn term, Spring term and Summer term. Answer: 3. What are the two school systems in England?  The state school and the “Independent” or “Public” school systems. 4. Do children have to pay fees if they go to “independent” or “public” schools?  Yes, they are. Answer: 5. How many core subjects are there in the national curriculum? What are they?  There are three core subjects: English, Maths and Science. 6. When can students take the GCSE examination?  When they finish the secondary school, they can take an examination called the General Certificate of Secondary Education. Activity 4: Talk about the school education system in England by answering questions below When does the academic year in England start and when does it end? How many terms are there in a school year? What are they? When does each of them start and finish? Name some the two parallel school systems in England. Which one attracts more students? Why? How many core subjects are there in the national curriculum? When can they take the GCSE examination? Answer: 1. When does the academic year in England start and when does it end? How many terms are there in a school year? What are they? When does each of them start and finish? The academic year start in September and ends in July. There are three terms in a school year. They are: Autumn term, Spring term and Summer term. Autumn term starts in September and finishes in Mid-December. Spring term starts in January and finishes in mid-March. Summer term starts in the early April and finishes in mid-July. 2. Name some the two parallel school systems in England. Which one attracts more students? Why? How many percents of students are educated in the state school system? The two parallel school systems in England are: the state school and the “independent” or “public” school systems. The state school system attract more students because they aren’t fee – paying. 93% of students are educated in the state school system. 3. How many core subjects are there in the national curriculum? When can they take the GCSE examination? There are three core subjects: English, Maths and Science. They can take the GCSE examination after finishing secondary school. Learn new words by heart. Read the passage and answer questions again. Do task 1,2 in the notebooks. Prepare unit 4: Speaking.

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