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'''This chart presents the basic facts about the British educational system.
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Put in the missing elements.'''
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{| border="1" cellspacing="10"
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|<div align="center">'''age'''</div>
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|'''school'''
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|-
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|3-5
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|<quiz>
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<wrongoption>A levels</wrongoption>
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<wrongoption>colleges and universities</wrongoption>
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<rightoption>nursery school</rightoption>
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<wrongoption>primary school</wrongoption>
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<wrongoption>school leaving exams: GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education)</wrongoption>
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<wrongoption>secondary school</wrongoption>
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<wrongoption>the sixth form</wrongoption>
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</quiz>
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|For very young children. Not compulsory. Usually parents have to pay for it.
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|-
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|5-11
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|<quiz>
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<wrongoption>A levels</wrongoption>
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<wrongoption>colleges and universities</wrongoption>
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<wrongoption>nursery school</wrongoption>
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<rightoption>primary school</rightoption>
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<wrongoption>school leaving exams: GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education)</wrongoption>
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<wrongoption>secondary school</wrongoption>
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<wrongoption>the sixth form</wrongoption>
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</quiz>
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|Compulsory education.
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|-
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|11-16
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|<quiz>
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<wrongoption>A levels</wrongoption>
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<wrongoption>colleges and universities</wrongoption>
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<wrongoption>nursery school</wrongoption>
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<wrongoption>primary school</wrongoption>
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<wrongoption>school leaving exams: GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education)</wrongoption>
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<rightoption>secondary school</rightoption>
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<wrongoption>the sixth form</wrongoption>
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</quiz>
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|Compulsory. There are two kinds of secondary schools: comprehensive schools are for everyone, while grammar schools are selective (admit children on the basis of their academic ability).
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|-
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|16
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|<quiz>
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<wrongoption>A levels</wrongoption>
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<wrongoption>colleges and universities</wrongoption>
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<wrongoption>nursery school</wrongoption>
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<wrongoption>primary school</wrongoption>
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<rightoption>school leaving exams: GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education)</rightoption>
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<wrongoption>secondary school</wrongoption>
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<wrongoption>the sixth form</wrongoption>
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</quiz>
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|You can leave school now and find a job, or go to a college for vocational training, or stay at school for two more years.
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|-
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|16-18
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|<quiz>
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<wrongoption>A levels</wrongoption>
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<wrongoption>colleges and universities</wrongoption>
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<wrongoption>nursery school</wrongoption>
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<wrongoption>primary school</wrongoption>
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<wrongoption>school leaving exams: GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education)</wrongoption>
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<wrongoption>secondary school</wrongoption>
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<rightoption>the sixth form</rightoption>
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</quiz>
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|Those students who want to study at university stay at school for two more years.
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|-
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|18
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|<quiz>
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<rightoption>A levels</rightoption>
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<wrongoption>colleges and universities</wrongoption>
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<wrongoption>nursery school</wrongoption>
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<wrongoption>primary school</wrongoption>
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<wrongoption>school leaving exams: GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education)</wrongoption>
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<wrongoption>secondary school</wrongoption>
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<wrongoption>the sixth form</wrongoption>
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</quiz>
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|Most students take “A” levels in three different subjects.
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|-
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|18->
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|<quiz>
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<wrongoption>A levels</wrongoption>
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<rightoption>colleges and universities</rightoption>
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<wrongoption>nursery school</wrongoption>
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<wrongoption>primary school</wrongoption>
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<wrongoption>school leaving exams: GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education)</wrongoption>
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<wrongoption>secondary school</wrongoption>
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<wrongoption>the sixth form</wrongoption>
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</quiz>
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|The places at universities are limited. Whether you can study a particular topic at a particular university depends on how well you do in your “A” levels.
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Now say what you are really studying.

You can say:


I’m doing [history].

I’m studying [history].

I’m studying for a degree in [history].


After you finish your studies, you can say:


I graduated in [history].

I have a BSc in [biology].

I have a BA in [history].

I have a MSc in [biology].

I have an MA in [history].


Do you know what “compulsory” means?

everyone has to do it

interesting

computerized


This chart presents the basic facts about the British educational system. Put in the missing elements.


age
school
3-5

A levels

colleges and universities

nursery school

primary school

school leaving exams: GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education)

secondary school

the sixth form

For very young children. Not compulsory. Usually parents have to pay for it.
5-11

A levels

colleges and universities

nursery school

primary school

school leaving exams: GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education)

secondary school

the sixth form

Compulsory education.
11-16

A levels

colleges and universities

nursery school

primary school

school leaving exams: GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education)

secondary school

the sixth form

Compulsory. There are two kinds of secondary schools: comprehensive schools are for everyone, while grammar schools are selective (admit children on the basis of their academic ability).
16

A levels

colleges and universities

nursery school

primary school

school leaving exams: GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education)

secondary school

the sixth form

You can leave school now and find a job, or go to a college for vocational training, or stay at school for two more years.
16-18

A levels

colleges and universities

nursery school

primary school

school leaving exams: GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education)

secondary school

the sixth form

Those students who want to study at university stay at school for two more years.
18

A levels

colleges and universities

nursery school

primary school

school leaving exams: GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education)

secondary school

the sixth form

Most students take “A” levels in three different subjects.
18->

A levels

colleges and universities

nursery school

primary school

school leaving exams: GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education)

secondary school

the sixth form

The places at universities are limited. Whether you can study a particular topic at a particular university depends on how well you do in your “A” levels.


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Some secondary schools in Britain are called public schools. Despite their name, they are private schools. They are also called independent schools. Schools that are run by the government are called state schools.


There are about 200 public schools in Britain, and about 10% of British children attend them. Most independent schools are boarding schools, which means that pupils live there during the term. Most schools have a house system. Pupils live in one of several houses, under the charge of a housemaster. The fees for tuition, board and accommodation may be as high as 16 000 pounds a year.


Many parents decide to send their children to an independent school because they believe that the quality of education is higher, or because the child forms friendships with children from rich and influential families. Public school education is very strongly associated with the upper classes.


The most famous public schools for boys are Eton, Harrow, Westminster and Winchester. Roedean and Cheltenham Ladies College are well-known public schools for girls.


In the US the name “public schools” means something completely different: a school run by the government. The schools that charge fees are called private schools. Some of the older private schools in the US are similar to the British ones. The majority of them are in New England. They are expensive, and many of their students come form rich families.



Now read the text again and decide if these sentences are true or false.


Cheltenham Ladies College is a well-known English public school for girls.

True

False

Roedean is a well-known English public school for boys.

True

False

Eton is a famous English public school for boys.

True

False

Harrow is a famous English public school for girls.

True

False

Public education in Britain is strongly associated with the lower classes.

True

False

At a boarding school, pupils live in school buildings during the term.

True

False


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