Theme Education in GB and in Kz lesson plan


The theme:  Education in Great Britain and KazakhstanGroup: 16
Date: 04.16
Time: min
Educational aim: to enrich pupils’ knowledge about education in Kazakhstan and Great BritainDevelopmental aim: to develop pupils’ skills in oral speech and reading
Brining up aim: to make an interest to the subject, to teach to work creatively
Cultural aim: to develop interest and respect for the education to prove the importance of educationto practice reading for information in order to compare and contrast the British Education System and the Kazakh Education System Kazakh and the British System of Education todayCommunicative aim: talking abouteducation
The type of lesson: presentation of the new theme, consolidation lesson
The form of lesson: traditional
Methods of teaching: demonstrative, exercises, instructions
Methods of checking: answer-question, work in groups and pairs.
Technology: using informative technology
Inter-subject connection: geography , phonetics.
The equipment of the lesson:
Visual AIDS: presentation.
Distributing material: text. Diagram
Technical means: computer, active board.
Literature: Straightforward, Headway, Macmillan grammar
Outline:
I. Introduction
Greeting.
Checking homework.
Aims of the lesson.
II. Presentation
Work with vocabulary
Reading new topic
Answer for the questions according to the text
Doing some exercises to the text
Discussion
III. Concluding Part
Conclusion
Giving homework
Marking students
Visual aids: interactive board
  Procedure of the lesson:
   Organizational moment:
     Good morning! How are you? Who is on duty today?
What date is it today? What day of the week is it today? Who is absent? Well, let’s begin our lesson. The theme of our lesson is “Comparing the system of education in Great Britain and Kazakhstan”.
     Now, I am going to tell you about English schools.
I. Organization moment :I. – Good morning, dear friends! I am very glad to see you. How are you today? Do you like the weather today?– Tell me please, what do you think about schools? Is it important to have a good education?II. I think it’s very important to have a good education. Learning is the eye of the mind. So today the aim of our lesson is to read, listen, find out and discuss the system of school education in Great Britain and in our country. What do you know about the system of education in Great Britain? Today we will watch a short presentation about the system of school education in Great Britain and in Kazakhstan I’m very glad to see you at our lesson, which will be held in the form of competition between two teams. I’ m sure you will demonstrate what you know about these two great states: Kazakhstan and Great Britain. Education in Great Britain and Education in Kazakhstan know Want to know learnt
Education -білім
State school -мемлекеттік мектеп
Private school -жекеменшік мектеп
Compulsory -міндетті
Junior school -бастауыш мектеп
Infant school -  бала, сәби мектебі
Uniform   - мектеп формасы
Attend -көңіл аудару
Modern school -жаңа заманауй мектеп
Comprehensive- жан-жақты мектеп
Core -маңызды
 Divided into two groups .Let’s read it.
Group A:
Education in Great Britain. In Great Britain children start going to school when they are five and continue studying until they are 16 or older. Compulsory education begins at the age of five when they go to primary school. Primary education lasts foe six years. First they attend the infant school from five to seven. In infant schools children don't have real classes. They get acquainted with the class- room, desks, play and through plating. They learn numbers and how to add them. When children are seven they go to junior school which they attend until eleven. Boys and girls study at junior school for four years. There they have classes, read and write, do mathematics. At secondary school pupils study English, Maths, Science, Geography, History, Art, Music, Foreign languages and PT. there are some types of secondary schools in Great Britain. They are grammar school, modern schools and comprehensive schools. One can attend modern school but of a modern school don't learn foreign languages. If they go to grammar school they will have a good secondary education. This type of school is most popular in England. At secondary school pupils study English, Maths, Science, Geography, History, Art, Music, Foreign languages and PT lessons. English, Maths and Science are called 'core' subjects. Pupils take examinations in the core subjects at the age of 7, 11 and 14. There are some private schools in England. Boys and girls do not together study at these schools. The son and daughters of aristocracy go to these schools. Their parents pay much money for the education in private schools. The teachers of these schools pay personal attention to each pupil.
Group B: Education in Kazakhstan. We started school at the age of seven. After four years of primary school we went to secondary school. Primary and secondary schools together comprise eleven years of classes are compulsory in our republic. Our school year began on the first of September and ended in May. It lasted 9 months. We had four holidays a year: winter, spring, summer and autumn. On the Is1 of September we got acquainted with our teachers and had our first lessons. Every lesson lasted 45 minutes. Every day we had 5 or 6 lessons. The primary school curriculum included such as subjects Kazakh, Maths, Russian, Drawing, PT and Music. We had also Nature classes. Our school was not English but we had English classes which started in the 2nd form. Recently Kazakhstan has also developed several types of schools with greater specialization such as gymnasium, technical, lyceums and private schools. Education is free, except those which work on a commercial basic. Today the educational system in Kazakhstan is presented by two languages: Kazakh and Russian. Primary education is the most developed of the state's educational system. Pupils receive their primary education in schools of three different levels. Primary 1-4 grades, middle 5-9 grades and junior 10-11 grades.
Look at the presentation
Answer the questions for the presentation
- When do children in Great Britain start going to school?
- How long does primary education in Great Britain last?
- What can you say about infant school in Great Britain?
- What do the children do in junior schools?
- What subjects do pupils study at secondary schools?
- What types of people go to private schools?
- What uniforms do pupils wear in Great Britain?
- What purpose is of Great Britain education?
Giving the homework.
Your homework will be to retell one of the education systems in 2 countries.
Marking students.
Today you were very active. I’ll evaluate all of you.
So “5”-            “4”-           “3”-
The lesson is over Good bye! You may go. You are free. Have a rest.
Student: Zhyngylbaeva N.Zh
Methodologist: Omarov M.K
College’s teacher: Torybaeva G.N
Group A:
Education in Great Britain. In Great Britain children start going to school when they are five and continue studying until they are 16 or older. Compulsory education begins at the age of five when they go to primary school. Primary education lasts foe six years. First they attend the infant school from five to seven. In infant schools children don't have real classes. They get acquainted with the class- room, desks, play and through plating. They learn numbers and how to add them. When children are seven they go to junior school which they attend until eleven. Boys and girls study at junior school for four years. There they have classes, read and write, do mathematics. At secondary school pupils study English, Maths, Science, Geography, History, Art, Music, Foreign languages and PT. there are some types of secondary schools in Great Britain. They are grammar school, modern schools and comprehensive schools. One can attend modern school but of a modern school don't learn foreign languages. If they go to grammar school they will have a good secondary education. This type of school is most popular in England. At secondary school pupils study English, Maths, Science, Geography, History, Art, Music, Foreign languages and PT lessons. English, Maths and Science are called 'core' subjects. Pupils take examinations in the core subjects at the age of 7, 11 and 14. There are some private schools in England. Boys and girls do not together study at these schools. The son and daughters of aristocracy go to these schools. Their parents pay much money for the education in private schools. The teachers of these schools pay personal attention to each pupil.
Group B: Education in Kazakhstan. We started school at the age of seven. After four years of primary school we went to secondary school. Primary and secondary schools together comprise eleven years of classes are compulsory in our republic. Our school year began on the first of September and ended in May. It lasted 9 months. We had four holidays a year: winter, spring, summer and autumn. On the Is1 of September we got acquainted with our teachers and had our first lessons. Every lesson lasted 45 minutes. Every day we had 5 or 6 lessons. The primary school curriculum included such as subjects Kazakh, Maths, Russian, Drawing, PT and Music. We had also Nature classes. Our school was not English but we had English classes which started in the 2nd form. Recently Kazakhstan has also developed several types of schools with greater specialization such as gymnasium, technical, lyceums and private schools. Education is free, except those which work on a commercial basic. Today the educational system in Kazakhstan is presented by two languages: Kazakh and Russian. Primary education is the most developed of the state's educational system. Pupils receive their primary education in schools of three different levels. Primary 1-4 grades, middle 5-9 grades and junior 10-11 grades.

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