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CHOOSING SCHOOLS
07.03.2011, 20:53:05

Objectives:

• to present and practise multi-part verbs

• to practise intensive listening

Warm up

If you had a chance to choose a school what school would it be? Try do describe it?

Introducing the Topic

Vocabulary

Complete the notes with words from the Key Words box.

assessment; boarding school; chess club; homework; library; rules; school trips; timetable

The school: location, number of students,_or day school, (boarding

school)

Facilities: gymnasium,_, swimming pool (library)

Learning:_and subjects,_, amount of_, class size; (timetable, as­sessment, homework)

After-school activities: choir,_, drama club,_; (chess club, school

trips)

Discipline:_, punishments, uniform. (Rules)

Listening

A) Two people are talking about the schools they went to — a traditional Brit­ish public school and an alternative school in the USA. Listen to the text and complete the table.

The UK boarding school

The US alternative school

Location and size Facilities Learning

After-school activities Discipline

Man. Well, I went to a traditional British public school. I left four years ago. The school is in a city. It has about 700 students and it's mostly a boarding school. There are lots of facilities for sport — tennis courts, a swimming pool, that sort of thing. There are also good science laboratories and a lot of comput­ers. The classes are small so if you fall behind with your work the teacher will go over it with you. It may have changed just now, but we did a lot of subjects and we even had lessons on Saturday mornings! We had some free afternoons when we could get together. They gave us lots of homework and we had tests all the time. I remember that after-school clubs were quite popular. I was in a dra­ma club — we once put on a performance of Hamlet — I also set up a school radio station. There were lots of rules and discipline was strict. We could only go out of the school at certain times, and we had to wear a uniform. I didn't get into troubles very often, but one of my friends did. He got lots of punishments — he wasn't allowed to go out at the weekends, and once he was sent home for three weeks.

Wo man. My school was very different from most schools. It was a lovely old house in a forest. There were only sixty pupils. There weren't any facilities, but there was a good library if you wanted to look up information or catch up with your work. You won't believe me, but we didn't have to go to the lessons! There was no homework or tests, or anything like that. We could do what we wanted — if we felt like it, we could play all the day. If we wanted to study, we just went to the teachers and asked them to help us. At first I did nothing. I put off studying for weeks! Then I got interested in science and computers, and I studied science with a teacher who I got on with. I liked it so much that now I'm studying engineering at university and I want to go on to do further re­search. There were lots of other activities at school you could take up if you wanted — sport, painting and acting. I guess the best thing was that we were free, and the school was democratic. Everything was decided at school meet­ing, and everyone could vote — each student had the same vote as the teachers. We decided all kinds of things — we even selected the teachers! And discipline, well, we all decided on rules and punishments when one of us did something wrong. A lot of people don't believe me but I worked really well.

Answers:

Location and size:

The UK: city, 700 students

The USA: forest, 60 students

Facilities: The UK: sport, science laboratories, computers. The USA: not many facilities, a good library. Learning:

The UK: small classes, lessons on Saturday mornings, some free after­noons, lots of homework, tests

The USA: 60 students, not have to go to lessons, no homework or tests, do what they want

After-school activities:

The UK: drama club, school radio station

The USA: lots of activities

Discipline:

The UK: lots of rules, strict, go out of school at certain times, wear uni­form, punishments

The USA: pupils were free, democratic, everyone had a vote, pupils de­cided rules and punishments

B) Listen to two students discussing the schools. Complete the Function File with the expressions from the list.

I don't agree; I don't think so; maybe, but; not necessary; not really;

you've got a point, but

Boy. I'd like to go to that alternative school. There's no timetable and you don't have to go to the lesson. It sounds great.

G i r 1. (1)_I think it would be boring. And you'd fall behind with your

studies.

Boy. (2)_The girl studied engineering at university. She must have

learnt something at school!

Boy. (3)_She probably learnt things in her free time. Most students

would just do nothing in a school like this.

Boy. (4)_I would enjoy organizing my own timetable and doing what

I want. Better that the traditional school. Having lessons on Saturday must be awful.

Girl. (5)_I often catch up with my work at weekend anyway. And the

boy had free time during the week.

Boy. (6)_he could only go out of the school at certain times. He

couldn't do what he wanted.

Girl. You just don't like discipline.

Boy. That's right — who does?

Answers: 1 — I don't think so. 2 — I don't agree. 3 — Not necessary. 4 — Maybe, but... 5 — Not really. 6 — You've got a point, but

Speaking

Work in pairs.

1. Which of two schools would you prefer to go?

2. What are advantages and disadvantages of traditional schools?

3. What are advantages and disadvantages of alternative schools?

Vocabulary

Multi-part verbs

catch up — to come from behind and reach the same place as someone

else

fall behind — not to finish something in time get on with smb — to enjoy being a friend of someone get on with smth — to continue doing smth after stopping for a short pe­riod of time

get together — to meet as a group

go on to — to do smth after doing smth else

go over smth — to repeat smth when smb is learning

look up — to find information in a book, on the Internet

put off — to change the time for a meetinf, decision, etc, until later

put on — to put clothes on

to make a television, radio, etc begin to work

to produce a play, a performance

set up smth — to organize a meeting, start a business

take up smth— to begin to do a sport or other activity

Complete the sentences with the multi-part verbs.

1. If you_(fall behind) with your work your teacher will_(go over) it

with you.

2. We had free afternoons when we could_(get together).

3. We once_(put on) a performance of Hamlet.

4. I also_(set up) a school radio station.

5. There was a good library if you wanted_(to look up) information or_

_ (catch up) with your work.

6. I_(put off) studying for weeks.

7. I studied science with a teacher who I_(got on with).

8. I want to_(go on to) do further research.

9. There were lots of other activities at school you could_(take up).

Homework

1. Make up 10 sentences with multi-part verbs.

2. Write a composition "Which school would you prefer to go and why?

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