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    WARM UP
    Facts about schools in Vietnam
    Unit 4:
    Lesson: A. Reading
    . academic year (n)
    . parallel (adj)
    . certificate (n)
    . core subject (n)
    : Năm học
    : Môn học chính
    . curriculum (n)
    : Chương trình giảng dạy
    . state school (n)
    : Trường công lập
    UNIT 4 : A. Reading
    : Giấy chứng nhận
    : Song song
    School year
    : Main subject
    # public school
    I. Before you read
    II. While you read:
    Read the passage and then do the tasks that follow.
    Task 1. Find words or phrases in the reading passage which have the following meanings.
    state schools
    primary education
    secondary education
    compulsory
    curriculum
    the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE)
    ( para : 2 – line 1,2 ).
    ( table )
    (para1 ,sent 1)
    ( para 4 )
    ( table )
    ( table )
    II. While-reading:
    Task 2. Read the passage again and answer the questions.
    UNIT 4 : A. Reading
    Schooling is compulsory for all English children from the age of 5 to 16. The academic year in England runs from September to July and divided into three terms. Autumn term is from the beginning of September to mid-December. Spring term is from the beginning January to mid-march and Summer Term from early April to mid-July. Each term is separated by a one-week break called half term, usually at the end of October, mid-February and the end of May.
    There are two parallel school system in England. The first is the state school system, which is free for all Students and paid by the state. The second category is the ‘independent’ or ‘public’ school system, which is fee-paying. The state school system, which educate 93% of the pupils in England, can be divided into two levels of education: Primary education and secondary education.
    See the table below for more information about the school education system in England.
    The National Curriculum is set by the government and must be followed in all state schools. It is made up of the following subjects: English, Design & Technology, Geography, Maths, Information Technology, Music, Science, Arts, Physical Education, History, and a Modern Foreign Language. English, Maths and Science are core subjects, which are compulsory in the national examinations at certain stages of the school education system.
    When do children in England start their compulsory education at school?
    From the age of 5.

    Schooling is compulsory for all English children from the age of 5 to 16. The academic year in England runs from September to July and divided into three terms. Autumn term is from the beginning of September to mid-December. Spring term is from the beginning January to mid-march and Summer Term from early April to mid-July. Each term is separated by a one-week break called half term, usually at the end of October, mid-February and the end of May.
    There are two parallel school system in England. The first is the state school system, which is free for all Students and paid by the state. The second category is the ‘independent’ or ‘public’ school system, which is fee-paying. The state school system, which educate 93% of the pupils in England, can be divided into two levels of education: Primary education and secondary education.
    See the table below for more information about the school education system in England.
    The National Curriculum is set by the government and must be followed in all state schools. It is made up of the following subjects: English, Design & Technology, Geography, Maths, Information Technology, Music, Science, Arts, Physical Education, History, and a Modern Foreign Language. English, Maths and Science are core subjects, which are compulsory in the national examinations at certain stages of the school education system.
    2. How many terms are there in a school year in England?
    - 3 terms.

    Schooling is compulsory for all English children from the age of 5 to 16. The academic year in England runs from September to July and divided into three terms. Autumn term is from the beginning of September to mid-December. Spring term is from the beginning January to mid-march and Summer Term from early April to mid-July. Each term is separated by a one-week break called half term, usually at the end of October, mid-February and the end of May.
    There are two parallel school system in England. The first is the state school system, which is free for all Students and paid by the state. The second category is the ‘independent’ or ‘public’ school system, which is fee-paying. The state school system, which educate 93% of the pupils in England, can be divided into two levels of education: Primary education and secondary education.
    See the table below for more information about the school education system in England.
    The National Curriculum is set by the government and must be followed in all state schools. It is made up of the following subjects: English, Design & Technology, Geography, Maths, Information Technology, Music, Science, Arts, Physical Education, History, and a Modern Foreign Language. English, Maths and Science are core subjects, which are compulsory in the national examinations at certain stages of the school education system.
    3. What are the two school systems in England?
    - The state school and the “independent” or “public” school systems.

    Schooling is compulsory for all English children from the age of 5 to 16. The academic year in England runs from September to July and divided into three terms. Autumn term is from the beginning of September to mid-December. Spring term is from the beginning January to mid-march and Summer Term from early April to mid-July. Each term is separated by a one-week break called half term, usually at the end of October, mid-February and the end of May.
    There are two parallel school system in England. The first is the state school system, which is free for all Students and paid by the state. The second category is the ‘independent’ or ‘public’ school system, which is fee-paying. The state school system, which educate 93% of the pupils in England, can be divided into two levels of education: Primary education and secondary education.
    See the table below for more information about the school education system in England.
    The National Curriculum is set by the government and must be followed in all state schools. It is made up of the following subjects: English, Design & Technology, Geography, Maths, Information Technology, Music, Science, Arts, Physical Education, History, and a Modern Foreign Language. English, Maths and Science are core subjects, which are compulsory in the national examinations at certain stages of the school education system.
    4. Do children have to pay fees if they go to “independent” or “public” schools?
    - Yes.

    Schooling is compulsory for all English children from the age of 5 to 16. The academic year in England runs from September to July and divided into three terms. Autumn term is from the beginning of September to mid-December. Spring term is from the beginning January to mid-march and Summer Term from early April to mid-July. Each term is separated by a one-week break called half term, usually at the end of October, mid-February and the end of May.
    There are two parallel school system in England. The first is the state school system, which is free for all Students and paid by the state. The second category is the ‘independent’ or ‘public’ school system, which is fee-paying. The state school system, which educate 93% of the pupils in England, can be divided into two levels of education: Primary education and secondary education.
    See the table below for more information about the school education system in England.
    The National Curriculum is set by the government and must be followed in all state schools. It is made up of the following subjects: English, Design & Technology, Geography, Maths, Information Technology, Music, Science, Arts, Physical Education, History, and a Modern Foreign Language. English, Maths and Science are core subjects, which are compulsory in the national examinations at certain stages of the school education system.
    5. How many core subjects are there in the national curriculum?
    - 3 core subjects (English, Maths and Science).


    General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE)
    11 – 14
    14 – 16 (end of compulsory education)
    7 - 9

    10 - 11

    Secondary education
    5 – 7
    8 - 10

    1 – 3
    4 - 6

    Primary education
    3 – 4

    4- 5
    childcare
    environment
    in an Infant or Primary school

    Pre-school
    Age
    (from – to)
    Grade/ Year
    (from – to)
    Level of education
    6. When can students take the GCSE examination?
    - When they finish the secondary school.




    Remember the main content of the passage and fill in the diagram with correct information taken from the reading text.

    III. Post-reading
    UNIT 4: A. Reading
    ---(1)--- year
    ---(2)--- term
    ---(3)--- term
    ---(4)--- term
    ---(5)--- school
    (93% of the students)
    ---(6)--- school
    (fee paying)
    ---(7)--- school
    ---(8)--- school
    ENGLAND
    SCHOOLING
    Academic year
    Autumn term
    Spring term
    Summer term
    State school
    (93%of the students)
    Public school
    (fee paying)
    Primary school
    Secondary school
    GCSE
    GCE”A” Level
    University
    Homework
    Learnt new words by heart.
    Prepare for the next lesson – Unit 4: Lesson 2: B. Speaking
    3. Write a passage (about 100 words) about the subject you like studying most.
    The name of the subject.
    Why you like it.
    How you study it.
    How much time you use for it.
     
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