What kinds of schools do you know? Public school State school Boarding school All – boys school All – girls school
Public school – a school which is for the rich and the clever. The famous English schools are Eton, Harrow, Winchester – traditionally they are called public schools. All – girls school – boys can not study in these schools, only girls. All – boys school – boys can study in these schools, but not girls. Boarding school – the school where you can live and study. State school – a school which is for everybody.
Match the words and the explanations. 1. All – girls school 2. All – boys – school 3. Boarding school 4. Public school 5. Scholarship 6. Eton a) A school which is for the rich and the clever b) Something you get if you are very clever c) The most famous public school d) Boys can not study in this school e) The school where you learn and live f) Only boys can study in this school
What are English schools like? Answer true or false? 1.In England there are different types of schools. 2.English public schools are for everybody. 3.Public schools are the cheapest. 4.There are schools only for boys and only for girls. 5.State schools are not very expensive. 6.Some schools are for the rich. 7.If you are go to a public school, you can be in one class with a prince or a future minister. 8.If you get a scholarship to a public school, you dont have to pay. 9.Scholarships are for the rich. 10.Scholarships are for the clever.
Choose the right answer. More than one answer can be right. 1. Public schools means that a) the school is private b) the school is for everybody 2. Boarding school means that a) students live there b) there are only boys there c) it is abroad 3. Eton a) a famous public school b) a famous state school c) The home of Prince William 4. If you get a scholarship it means a) the school will play you money b) youll have to take an extra exams c) you dont have to pay for the lesson
Make up the dialogue. Use the communicative task below. The dialogue scheme and useful language will help you. Remember to: Discuss all the options Take an active part in the conversation Come up with ideas Agree or disagree, give reasons Find out your friends attitudes and take them into account Come to an agreement
You can use these expressions: As a rule….. As a rule….. But what about…. But what about…. In general….. In general….. The exception is….. The exception is….. In my opinion….. In my opinion….. I suggest + Ving….. I suggest + Ving….. I agree with you. I agree with you.