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Motto The more you read, The more you know. The more you know, The smarter you grow. The smarter you grow, The stronger your voice When speaking your mind Or making your choice.
What subjects are you interested in? Do you think school gives you enough knowledge in the subjects you are interested in? If you want to get more information on this or that subject, where can you get it besides school? Which subject will be important to you in future?
Languages, literature and history are my favourite subjects. I make good marks in these subjects.
My favourite subject at school is…… I am interested in it because it is very… … We usually … … …, … … in this lesson. The teacher is a very… … person. I don`t quite like… …, as it is boring and not interesting for me. I am not good at… … .
We always learn something new about life and culture of people in English-speaking countries. I like English lessons. It is great
Live and learn It is never too late to learn Knowledge is power To know everything is to know nothing Money spend on the brain is never spent in vain
At what age do children start going to school in Ukraine? What school do they go first: elementary, high or middle? How many years do pupils study at the elementary school? When do lessons start at school? Do pupils have an opportunity to have lunch at school and how much time do they have for it? Do children have an opportunity to attend any school clubs? What clubs are most popular at schools? Can pupils choose what subjects to study? When do pupils take exams?
1. How many_______ does your school year have? 2. Do you __________________ to _______________ your results in English? 3. Are you an ________________ person? 4. Is it easy for you always to ___________________? 5. Do you have _________ relationships in your family? 6. Who usually _________________ birthday parties for you? organized make efforts admit your fault terms improve ideal organizes
British schoolchildren go to a secondary school when they are ten. They take public exams when they are sixteen. They can leave school when they are sixteen. They start school at 8 a.m. They usually have lunch at school. They don`t have lessons in the afternoon. They go to school on Saturdays.
Text a) 1. Pupils don`t get homework on… a) Friday b) Sunday and Saturday c) Wednesday 2. Children have………….for lunch. a) an hour b) half an hour c) an hour and a half 3. The school has got a very good teacher of… a) music b) art c) mathematics 4. Pupils go to the sports centre by… a) bus b) tram c) underground 5. The school is……to public transport. a) far b) next c) near
Schools in England and America use their own marks: letters or percentage A – 90-100 -excellent , B – 80-89 – good, C – 70-79 – satisfactory, D – 60-69 bad, E – 0-59 poor.
Now you are a teacher of English. Can you correct Ann”mistakes? Put a mark! Dear Vicky Thank you for my cholocdates and dolls. I is going to see my work at school tomrow.I have read lots of hooks. I am reading Nobody wanted to play. I miss school when I am off because I enjoy reading an writing and Iam nearly in the Year two. Love Linda
My school is a three-storeyed building. It is quite big with a sportsground behind. On the ground floor there are classrooms for the primary-school pupils, workshops. There are all kinds of tools and machines in the workshops.
The boys of our school have a woodwork room too. There is a room for manual works for girls. Teachers teach them how to cook, sew and design clothes.
Our school library is nice and clean. There are many bookcases and bookshelves with a lot of books there.
If you come into school and rise a floor above you will see the big light dining room. It is always busy and noisy, but it is clean. Here pupils and their teachers have their lunch.
There is a gymnasium on the ground floor as well. Our physical training lessons are held there. Pupils like to go there even after the lessons, because it has a lot of sport equipment.
Our school has many classrooms. The classrooms are light and spacious. There are there large windows in each Classroom with flower pots on the window sills. Each room has a teacher’s table. Pupil’s desks, a blackboard, tables and charts on the wall, maps and portraits.
On the ground floor there is a big assembly hall. A lot of meetings, concerts, festivals are held there.
Our classroom is on the first floor. Our form-misteress is a teacher of Physics We respect her, she is the kind teacher and knows the subject.
Here are some rules for you and me, See how important they can be. Always be honest, be kind and fair, Always be good and willing to share. These are rules we all should know, We follow these rules wherever we go.