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Some things that I like about going to school PUPILS I like to meet my classmates. We discuss our problems, talk about life, future plans & other things. STUDIES It is interesting to do the projects, do the experiments & learn a lot of new information about the surrounding world. We enrich our knowledge about life, nature& science. LIFE SKILLS School helps to get some social skills (to be polite & flexible, to share the attention of the teachers with the other pupils in class). We learn how to get on with each other, how to cope with difficulties we face. We practice our life skills & learn to combine work & leisure.
*** they are intelligent, highly qualified & attentive. *** they are understanding & sympathetic.
*** I don’t like to get up early. *** We have to wear uniform. *** I have to do my homework. ***I have less time for my hobbies. …
Pre- school education (children from 3-4 years old) kindergartens schools (compulsory & free) primary * 4 years of study * learn to read, write & do sums; (get basic knowledge in math's, languages & nature studies secondary the basic s. sch. * 5 years of studies * get knowledge & skills in science & humanities, mother tongue & foreign languages * get certificate * can go to the upper s. sch. colleges lyceums vocational sch. technical sch. the upper s. sch. * lasts 3 years * must do standard assessment tests * get the upper s.sch. certificate * can go to universities start working gymnasiums
The most important thing in education is your wish to be well educated. A good education depends on the school you go to the teachers in your school the textbooks you work with It’s very important to be responsible for your achievements. If you want to find time for both school & your hobbies, you must plan your daily routine carefully.
Mother tongue Maths Art & Music **can help you communicate & express yourself clearly; ** for such daily chores as doing your shopping or paying your bills; ** help develop your creativity & imagination; **can provide with a well-rounded education The most fundamental part of your education You have the tools to cope with everyday tasks. You can find even the simplest job.
Pre-school education nursery school, playgroup or kindergarten ( children under 5) Primary education * between the age of 5 & 11 * state & free Secondary education Infant school * From 5 to 7 Junior school * From 8 to 11 Comprehensive school (all-inclusive) * from 12 to 16; *non – selective (without taking any exams); Grammar school * take the exam; * receive more academic education; ( compulsory from 5 to 16 ) Private schools (about 10% of children) most are boarding schools (students live & study there) Preparatory (prep) Public schools Independent schools (run by private organizations) * parents have to pay fees
Children can take up after-classes activities Sports sections circles clubs They can join Children can ask about age You may have to be a certain age or in a certain form physical condition (joining a team you may require certain physical condition) time You need to have enough time to practice & compete marks
We invite 10-13 year olds. We practice 3 times a week on Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays We are waiting for you!
Ann trains a lot. She can win the school running competition. I can’t solve this problem. I can ask my teacher for help. You look tired . Why don’t you have a rest? Our class wins the school running competition. We get a prize. They are good students. They keep the school rules. Kate is a monitor in our class. She gets higher test scores. We have time. We go to the theatre. Sam finishes his homework. He cant play computer games. Bill learns the grammar rules. He won’t make mistake. The school holidays start. We can’t have a rest. Steve improves his test results. He can join the swimming club. They buy a modem. They can surf the Internet. You can’t hear the teacher’s explanations. You come on time. You are ready for the lesson. You can’t answer the questions. You aren’t the best student. You sometimes don’t wear uniform. She doesn’t pass her exam. Her parent aren’t happy.