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“The nation that has the schools has the future.” Otto von Bismarck. “Education is the key to a nation’s greatness.” “Better build schoolrooms for the boys than prison cells for the men.”Eliza Cook.
Britain: How the education system works
Types of British schools
Listening What schools do the students study?
Dialogue scheme Tell about your plans Explain the reasons for your decision Come up with more advantages to back up your choice Insist on your opinion. Give reasons Suggest a compromise Express your attitude and ask for the reasons Point out the disadvantages and express your opinion Suggest your variant and point out the disadvantages Think of one or more arguments to support your idea Come to an agreement
Language support are allowed are not allowedPupils are expected… must (not) should (not)
Sanctions in the British Schools Put these sanctions in order of the seriousness of the offence: expulsion lines daily report suspension interview with parents detention
Match the sanctions and their definitions LinesDetentionDaily reportInterview with parentsSuspensionExpulsion The pupil has to stay after school to do some extra work.The teacher gives the pupil a sentence which he/she must write fifty or one hundred times.An official meeting in which parents and the principle/form teacher discuss either pupil’s behaviour or poor progress.The pupil is given “A Report Card” where teachers write their comments about the pupil’s performance in class. The pupil is sent away from school. He/she has to go to another school where all teachers know about the pupil’s bad record.The pupil can’t come to school for a few days or weeks.
A List of the Most Common Offences:using drugsmaking a mess in the classroomarriving late at schoolplaying truancy (not going to school)refusing to do homeworkcheating on testsbullyingusing abusive/offensive languagedamaging school propertyabusing the staffbringing cigarettes, chewing gum, knives to schoolsmoking on the school premisesstealing other pupils’ propertypoor performance at schoolchatting in classbreaking discipline at lessonsno having the work diaryrunning in school corridorswearing piercing
Behaviour Policy Discipline, Standards and Sanctions. Pupil is given lines if he/she…Pupil is given a school detention if he/she…Pupil is placed on a daily report in case he/she…Pupil’s parents have an interview with the Administration of school if he/she…Pupil is suspended from school in case if he/she…Pupil is excluded from school if he/she…
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