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Презентация по теме Primary Schools in England (Part2) к учебнику авторов Верещагиной И. Н. и Афанасьевой О. В. для учащихся 4 го года обучения английскому языку школ с углублённым изучением английского языка, лицеев и гимназий год
Useful Phrases to be famous for известный чем-то sit in a row сидеть в классе рядами follow a regular timetable иметь постоянное расписание get on with somebody ладить с кем-то to be over заканчиваться infant school школа для малышей (4/5 – 7 лет) junior school собственно начальная школа (7- 11 лет) primary school начальная школа
English children have classes five days a week. They have classes on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Classes are usually over at about four oclock (3.30) and the pupils go home. They rarely have classes on Saturday and on Sunday. Saturdays and Sundays are their days off.
Schools in England have names, not numbers. They often get named after the place where they are (Green Hill School, Cedar Grove School) or after some famous or important people (St Marys School)
At the age of four or five, primary school children go to infant schools or infant classes where they spend three years till they are seven. In infant schools they spend much time outdoors
They learn how to get on with other children.Their classes are quite informal but they begin to learn how to read, count and write a little. They look at the pictures in interesting books, draw pictures in pencil and colour them.
They play different games, run and jump. They sing songs, act and play a lot. Infant pupils learn how to use money in their classroom shop.
When children are seven they go to junior schools, where they spend four years till they are eleven. So in England children spend seven years in primary school When pupils are eleven or a little older primary school is over.
Junior schools are real schools. The atmosphere is more formal in junior classes than in infant classes. Pupils sit in rows and follow a regular timetable.
Their subjects are: English, Maths, History, Nature study, Geography, Art, Music. In Junior schools Swimming, P.E. and Religion are on the timetable too.
But children spend a lot of time outdoors. They visit different museums and other famous and interesting places. Sometimes their teachers take them to London and other big cities
In many primary schools children wear uniforms but in some primary schools they dont.
Complete the Sentences: 1.Mary is five, she goes to ? 2. Infant pupils learn how to ? 3. Infant pupils learn how to get on ? 4. Jim is seven, he goes to ? 5. Schools in England dont have numbers, ? 6. In most schools pupils wear ?