Theme 5: Education & Work

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Autor: miruska (15)
Typ práce: Ostatné
Dátum: 15.04.2020
Jazyk: Angličtina
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Theme 5: EDUCATION & WORK

(Škola a jej zariadenie. Učebné predmety. Školský systém.)

  1. ROČNÍK

VOCABULARY

School subjects: Art and Design, Biology, Chemistry, Citizenship, English, French, Games, Geography, History, ICT (Information and Communication Technology), Maths, Music, PE (Physical Education), RE (Religious Education), Physics, Science, Slovak, Technology

School things – aids, materials etc.: board/blackboard, book, chair, desk, exercise book, pen, pencil, school bag

School - people: pupil, student, teacher

School – place: classroom, school – primary school, secondary school

School – related words: break, class register, homework, period/double period, school uniform, timetable

Verbs: do homework, have a break, learn, listen to, make a project, spell, read, start/finish lessons, write

CONVERSATION STARTERS:

  1. What class are you in?
  2. What is your favourite subject?
  3. When have you got Maths? English? Biology?
  4. What is the name of your school?

CONVERSATION QUESTIONS:

  1. What is your favourite school day? Why?
  2. What do you do at school?
  3. Where do you go to school?
  4. What do you like about your classroom?
  5. What is your timetable like?
  6. What is your classroom like?


PICTURES FOR SPEAKING:

VOCABULARY 

  1. ROČNÍK

School subjects:

  • Art and Design, Biology, Chemistry, Citizenship, English, French, Games, Geography, History, ICT (Information and Communication Technology), Maths, Music, PE (Physical Education), RE (Religious Education), Physics, Science, Slovak, Technology
  • lesson – Maths lesson, English lesson, ...

School things – aids, materials etc.: board/blackboard, book, chair, desk, exercise book, glue, map, pen, pencil, school bag

School - people: classmate, pupil, student, teacher

School – place: canteen, classroom, school – primary school, secondary school

School – related words: break, class register, homework, lesson, lessons, period/double period, school holidays, school trip, school uniform, subject, timetable

Verbs: do homework, have a break, learn, listen to, make a project, practise, read, speak, start/finish lessons, study, teach, write

CONVERSATION STARTERS:

  1. What comes to mind when you hear the word “school”?
  2. What is your favourite subject?
  3. What isn’t your favourite subject?
  4. What do you like at your school?
  5. What is a good student?

CONVERSATION QUESTIONS:

  1. Where do you go to school?
  2. What can you do at school when you have a break?
  3. What's the first thing you do after school?
  4. Where do go on a school trip?
  5. Do you think you go to the good school?
  6. What do you think a student doesn’t want to study?
  7. Are you happy in your class?
  8. Are you happy at your school?
  9. What do you think it is that many children don’t like school?
  1. What are your best and worst memories of school?
  2. Do you like your school uniform?
  3. What do you have to do at school?

ROLE PLAY:

A: You are in your new class. You haven’t got any information.

B: You sit next to your new classmate in the classroom. The new classmate is your partner B.

PICTURES FOR SPEAKING:

VOCABULARY 

  1. ROČNÍK

School subjects:

  • Art and Design, Biology, Chemistry, Citizenship, English, French, Games, Geography, History, ICT (Information and Communication Technology), Maths, Music, PE (Physical Education), RE (Religious Education), Physics, Science, Slovak, Technology
  • lesson – Maths lesson, English lesson, ...
  • foreign languages: French, German, Russian, Spanish, Russian

School things – aids, materials etc.: board/blackboard, book, chair, chalk, desk, duster, exercise book, glue, map, pen, pencil, school bag, ruler, sponger, whiteboard School - people: classmate, pupil, student, teacher, university

School – place: canteen, classroom, gym, library, playground, school – primary school, secondary school

School – related words: break, certificate, class register, homework, lesson, lessons, marks, mistake, period/double period, school holidays, school trip, school uniform, subject, test, timetable

Verbs: do homework, have a break, learn, listen, make a project, spell, practise, read, revise, speak, start/finish lessons, start/leave school, study, teach, write

  • be good/poor/bad at, be interested in

CONVERSATION STARTERS:

  1. What comes to mind when you hear the word “school”?
  2. What comes to mind when you hear the word “student”?
  3. What is your most favourite subject?
  4. What is your least favourite subject?
  5. What do you like doing at school?

CONVERSATION QUESTIONS:

  1. When do you have to do your homework?
  2. Which subjects are you good at?
  3. Which subjects are you poor at?
  4. Are you a good student?
  5. Where do you go to school?
  6. What is your happiest memory of school?
  7. Do you think students need to work harder?
  8. Do you like being a student?
  9. What are the best and worst things about being a student?
  10. Are you happy with your school?
  11. Why do you think it is that many children don’t like school?
  12. Do you think your school days are the best days of your life?

ROLE PLAY:

A: You’re going on a school trip. You have to pack your bag. Your partner B is your friend. He was on his school trip last week.

B: You were on a school trip last week. Your partner A is going on his school trip tomorrow.

A: You’re really poor at Maths. You don’t like it. You think it isn’t very important for your future.

B: You enjoy Maths lessons. You’ve got the good marks. You want to study Maths in your future.

A: You phone to your classmate. You’re ill and you must to stay in the bed. What happened at school today?

B: You have a call. This is your classmate. She wasn’t at school today.

PICTURES FOR SPEAKING:

8.,9. ROČNÍK

VOCABULARY

School subjects:

  • Art and Design, Biology, Chemistry, Citizenship, English, French, Games, Geography, History, ICT (Information and Communication Technology), Maths, Music, PE (Physical Education), RE (Religious Education), Physics, Science, Slovak, Technology
  • Craft, Drama, Handwriting, Humanities, Dance
  • lesson – Maths lesson, English lesson, ...
  • foreign languages: French, German, Russian, Spanish, Russian

School things – aids, materials etc.: board/blackboard, book, chair, chalk, desk, duster, exercise book, glue, map, pen, pencil, school bag, ruler, sponger, whiteboard School - people: classmate, class clown, class teacher, headmistress, head teacher, pupil, student, teacher, teacher’s pet

School – place: canteen, classroom, computer room, grammar school, gym, gymnasium, library, playground, school, university

School system:

  • primary school, secondary school
  • church school, private school, public/state school, high school
  • university
  • boarding school, home schooling, the School of the Air (in Australia)

School – related words: break, class register, exam, grades, have the chance, homework, lecture, lesson, lessons, marks, mistake, period/double period, school holidays, school trip, school uniform, school website, subject, test, timetable

Verbs: attend, cheat, bully, do homework, examine, fail, have a break, improve, learn, listen, make a project, miss, pass, pay attention to, practise, read, revise, speak, spell, start/finish lessons, start/leave school, study, teach, write

Useful phrases:

be good/poor/bad at be interested in

be kept in after school be in a class

be late

enjoy ... subjects

excuse somebody from school forget homework

have about … weeks of holiday. have about … lessons a day / week have lessons from … to …

CONVERSATION STARTERS:

pass / fail an exam / a test repeat a year

revise for

take / sit an exam study … subjects wear school uniforms

The following subjects / courses are …

There are usually between … and … students The school year is divided into … terms.

The school year begins in … and finishes in …

  1. What comes to mind when you hear the word “education”?
  2. What comes to mind when you hear the word “student”?
  3. What is a good student?
  4. What makes a "good student"?

CONVERSATION QUESTIONS:

  1. Do you go to a state school or a church one?
  2. Do you enjoy studying English? Maths? Science? Art? Biology? Chemistry?
  3. Have you ever been late for class? If so, why? When was the last time? Was the teacher angry?
  4. Have you ever repeated a school year?
  5. Have you ever slept in class?
  6. Where could you relax at school last year?
  7. How much time do you spend looking out of the window during class?
  8. Were you the class clown or teacher's pet?
  9. What makes a "good student"?
  10. Do you like being a student?
  11. Do you think being a student is the best time of your life?
  12. Do you think students need to work harder?
  13. What are the best and worst things about being a student?
  14. Should all students wear a uniform in your country?
  15. How important do you think education is?
  16. Do you think you have a good education?
  17. In which country do you think you can receive the best education?
  18. Would you prefer to be the student or the teacher?
  19. What would you do with a student who didn’t want to study?
  1. Why do you think it is that many children don’t like school?
  2. What’s the most important thing you learn at school?
  3. Do you think your school days are the best days of your life?
  4. What are your best and worst memories of school?
  5. Do you like your school uniform?
  6. What’s the most important thing a school should teach children?
  7. What kind of discipline do you think there should be in schools?
  8. What should schools do about students who bully others?

ROLE PLAY:

A: You’re a teacher. You are angry because your student, partner B, is always late. Why? B: You’re a student who is late for lessons. You must explain your teacher, partner B, why you’re often late.

A: You haven’t done a Geography project yet. You don’t understand the instructions. B: You have already done a Geography project, but your partner A has some problems with it.

A: You want to study abroad, but you’re really a lazy student and your marks aren’t so good.

B: You’re a good student. You learn a lot. Advise your partner A to become a good student.

A: You think students should wear school uniforms at our school. It will solve a lot of problems.

B: You think school uniforms aren’t important. You´re really glad not wear it to school.

A: You were revising for the test for hours, but finally failed it. You are unhappy.

B: Your partner A is unhappy. You passed the test excellently. Your test was the best in your class.

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