По моему мнению, Азнаева Айгуль Мирзиевна является образцовым учителем. Дети любят и уважают ее, и при этом соблюдается дистанция учитель-ученик, что обеспечивает плодотворную работу.
1.3 Воспитательное мероприятие по английскому языку
Тема: Schooling in Great Britain.
Цель: ознакомление учащихся с системой обучения в Великобритании.
-обобщение и систематизация знаний учеников о системе обучения в Великобритании;
-получение новых знаний и формирование правильных представлений о современном мире;
-знакомство с новыми словами;
-развитие познавательных интересов учащихся;
-расширение кругозора учеников.
Оборудование: карта Великобритании, фотографии, плакаты, рисунки, таблицы.
English children must go to school when they are five, first to infant schools where they learn the first steps in reading, writing and using numbers. Young children are divided into two groups according to their mental abilities. The curriculum for “strong” and “weak” groups is different, which is the beginning of future education contrasts.
When children leave infant school at the age of seven, they go to junior schools until they are about eleven years of age. Their school subjects include English, arithmetic, history, geography, nature study, swimming, music, art, religious instruction and organized games.
The junior classroom often looks rather like a workshop, especially when the pupils are working in groups making models or doing other practical work.
When pupils come to the junior school for the first time, they are still often divided into three “streams” - А, В and С - on the basis of their infant-school marks or sometimes after a special test. The brightest children go to the A-stream and the least gifted to the C-stream.
Towards the end of their fourth year in the junior school, a certain percentage of English schoolchildren still have to write their Eleven Plus Examinations, on the results of which they will go the following September to a secondary school of a certain type. Usually these examinations should reveal not so much what a child has learned at school, but his mental ability.
About 5 % of elementary school - leavers in Britain go to secondary modern schools. Modern schools do not provide complete secondary education. As the pupils are considered to be interested in “practical” knowledge only, study programmes are rather limited in comparison with other secondary schools. Some modern schools do not teach foreign languages. In modern schools pupils are also streamed according to their “intelligence”.
The secondary technical school, in spite of its name, is not a specialized school. It teaches many general subjects. Boys and girls in technical schools study such practical subjects as woodwork, metalwork, needlework, shorthand (stenography) and typing. Not more than two percent of schoolchildren in Britain go to technical schools.