The Theme of the Lesson: Comparing the education system of Kazakhstan and the UK

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The Theme of the Lesson: Comparing the education system of Kazakhstan and the UK

TheAims of the Lesson:

  • Educational:
    — systematize the students’ knowledge about the system  of education in Great Britain and in Kazakhstan
  • Developing:

-to develop pupil’s vocabulary and making up sentences ability

— to compare education and schools in Kazakhstan  and the UK

  • Students will be able:

— to speak useful information about education in oral speech;

  • to develop speaking habits which is describing own country’s school in English and doing practical work;
  • Check their knowledge by method of testing.

Up-bringing: to educate the interest of pupils in learning English

  • The Type of the Lesson: Work in groups
  • Visual aids: a computer, an interactive board, e-book,

computer-tests, diagram of Venn, schemes

Lesson’s Structure:

  1. Organization moment.
  2. Brainstorming
  • Matching the words with translations

III. Comparing the education systems of the UK and Kazakhstan

  • GAP FILL: Put the words into the gaps in the text about schools in Great Britain and in Kazakhstan.
  1. Method of checking knowledge as testing
  2. Conclusion
  3. Home-task. Ex.3 Page 118 Ex.4 Page 119
  4. I. Organization moment.
  • Good morning, students! How are you? I’m glad to see you.
  • Weather reports. What season is it now? What’s the weather like today? Does the snow

melt?

  1. II. Motivation. As a Warm-up activity I could ask students to match the words with their translation.

III. Comparing the education systems of the UK and Kazakhsta

I divide the class into two groups.

Group #1 about education in Great Britain

Group #2 about education in Kazakhstan

 

 

  • GAP FILL: Put the words into the gaps in the text about schools in Great Britain and in Kazakhstan.

Group #1:

  1. Compulsory education begins at the age of five when children go to __________ school. ____________ education lasts for  ____________ years. In _________schools  children play and learn through playing, learn numbers and how to add. When children are seven they go to  ____________ schools which they attend until eleven. If they go to      ________    school  they will have  a good secondary education.: Pupils of a modern school don’t learn  ___________________.  Boys and girls do not study together at ____________ schools

( primary, primary, six, infant, junior, grammar, foreign languages, private )

Group #2:

  1. _______________ education begins in the country at the age of 6. Children go to __________ schools to get a full ____________ education. Secondary stage begins from  _____________. Some children may leave school after the 9th form and continue their further education at ___________ colleges.  There are  magnet secondary schools in Kazakhstan for ____________ children. Secondary education in Kazakhstan is  ______________. Today there are more than 200____________ schools in the country.

( compulsory, primary, secondary, the fifth form, vocational, gifted, free of charge, private)

  1. Method of checking knowledge as testing
  2. Conclusion
  • What have we learnt at the Lesson?

Giving marks to the students

  1. Home-task. Ex.3 Page 118

Ex.4 Page 119