Bài giảng Tiếng Anh - Unit 4: System of education

A. Read the facts below and decide whether the statements about schools in Vietnam are true (T) or false (F). Then compare your results with your partners’ .

 Facts about schools

1.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 do not have any examinations

when they finish secondary school.

5.A school year consists of two terms.

 

 

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Welcome to class 12EWelcome to class 12ETypes of schoolTypes of schoolNursery/'nə:sri/Kindergarten/'kində,gɑ:tn/Lower secondary school (secondary school)collegeUpper school (high school)universityPrimary school Period 20UNIT 4: SYSTEM Of EDUCATIONLesson 1: ReadingI. Before you readA. Read the facts below and decide whether the statements about schools in Vietnam are true (T) or false (F). Then compare your results with your partners’ . Facts about schools1.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 do not have any examinations when they finish secondary school. 5.A school year consists of two terms.TFII. While you readWords:Compulsory /kəm'pʌlsəri/Academic year /ækə'demik/ Parallel /'pærəlel/Curriculum /kə'rikjuləm/	state school /steit/GCSE (general certificate of secondary school)(a) b¾t buéc(n) n¨m häc(n/v/adj) song song(n) Ch­¬ng tr×nh gi¶ng d¹y(n) Tr­êng quèc lËp(np) chøng chØ tèt nghiªp THPTSub-task : Complete the following sentences using the words or phrases in column A of task 1 1. A(n) _________ year in Vietnam lasts 9 months.2. English is a __________ subject in our school.3. Our ____________ is set by the government.4. Two lines are _______ when they run side by side with the same distance between them at any point.5. ______ is the examinations children sit at the end of compulsory education6. English students don’t have to pay fees if they learn at the _______. Sub-task : Complete the following sentences using the words or phrases in column A of task 1 1. A(n) _________ year in Vietnam lasts 9 months.2. English is a __________ subject in our school.3. Our ____________ is set by the government.4. Two lines are _______ when they run side by side with the same distance between them at any point.5. ______ is the examinations children sit at the end of compulsory education6. English students don’t have to pay fees if they learn at the _______. academiccompulsorycurriculumparallelGCSEstate school.Task 2. Answer the questions1. When do children in England start their compulsory education at school?2. How many terms are there in a school year in England?3. What are the two school systems in England?4. Do children have to pay fees if they go to “independent” or “public” school?5. How many core subjects are there in the national curriculum?6. When can students take the GCSE examination?Task 2. Answer the questions 1. When do children in Englandstart their compulsory education at school? - From the age of 5.2. How many terms are there in a school year in England? - 3 terms. (They are Autumn, Spring and Summer term)3. What are the two school systems in England? - The state school and the “independent” or “public” school system.4. Do children have to pay fees if they go to “independent” or “public” school? - Yes, they do.5. How many core subjects are there in the national curriculum? - There are 3 core subjects (English, Maths and Science).6. When can students take the GCSE examination? - When they finish the secondary school.Task 2. Answer the questionsWhen do children in England start their compulsory education at school?	- From the age of 5.2. How many terms are there in a school year in England?	 - 3 terms.3. What are the two school systems in England?	 - The state school and the “independent” or “public” school system.4. Do children have to pay fees if they go to “independent” or “public” school?	 - Yes, they do.5. How many core subjects are there in the national curriculum?	- There are 3 core subjects (English, Maths and Science).6. When can students take the GCSE examination?	 - When they finish the secondary school.Sub-task: Read the text once more and fill in the diagram with correct information taken from the reading text.ENGLANDSCHOOLING___(1)___ year__(2)___term__(3)___term__(4)___term__(5)___school 93% of the pupils__(6)___school fee paying__(7)__ school__(8)___schoolGCSEAnswer keysENGLANDSCHOOLINGAcademic yearAutumn termSpring termSummer termState school 93% of the pupilsPublic school fee payingPrimary schoolSecondary schoolGCSEGCSE “A” Level  UniversityAfter you read: Making comparison between Vietnamese and English system of education Vietnam England1. Ages of starting school2. Compulsory age at school3. An academic school4. Number of terms/ a school year5. School system6. Certificate after secondary schoolAfter you read: Making comparison between Vietnamese and English system of education Vietnam England1. Ages of starting school6 years old5 years old2. Compulsory age at school6 - 175 – 163. An academic school9 months11 months4. Number of terms/ a school year235. School system2 (state,public)2 (state,public)6. Certificate after secondary schoolGCSEGCSEHomeworkLearn by heart the new words.- In about 80 words, write about the similarities and differences between Vietnamese and English system of education.Thank you very much for your attention

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