At the secondary school level, technical and commercial secondary schools offer courses like academic and specialized subjects to be taught which is lasting up to 6 years. In the 1st phase of secondary education, pupils who pass the Junior Secondary School Examination (JSSE) will be successfully go to the 2nd phase of education. This 2nd phase of teaching includes writing and final Senior Secondary School Examination (SSSE). These two phases are each last for 3 years of study. In order to obtain admission into private schools such as Government Colleges, Federal Colleges and University Secondary Schools, students must not only come from well-to-do families, their parents or guardians must also have high and powerful connections.
According to Jarmel and Schneider (2010), by the year 2025, one-third of students attending public schools will not know English when they start Kindergarten. How will schools adapt to this? Will teachers and/or students be limited on what they can teach/learn throughout the school year because of time restraints? In a documentary Speaking in Tongues, directed by Jarmel & Schneider (2010), four students who range from Kindergarten to eighth grade, showcase their experiences about attending public school around the San Francisco area to become bilingual. The four students Durrell, Jason, Julian, and Kelly are taught in English and also in a second language such as Mandarin, Spanish, Chinese, and Cantonese.
Also our teachers are there to teach math, science, and English well none of this stuff will ever help them if they don 't learn moral values. It is a teacher 's job t prepare us for the future so this is part of that. If they let kids get away without teaching it they will think they have power over the teacher and this will start to cause major problems in class. Here are the main things that should and need to be taught. Trust, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship without this you can 't do much.
The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) covers learning and development of children from birth to five years old, and all registered early years providers in England must follow the EYFS. Education is mainly delivered through play rather than formal lessons, and Reception class teachers assess children based on classroom observation at the end of the school year when they've turned five. Early Years education is available to all children in England aged three years and over, until they reach statutory school age. All children are entitled to 15 hours free each week for 38 weeks each year (570 hours in total), starting from the term following their third birthday. Parents can contribute financially for any additional hours they wish to take in addition to the 15 hours.
The school uses to have about twelve big boxes of toys, and we use to enjoy playing with them a lot. At the end of the year, everyone is questioned about what do they want to be and at the last day of the housing school, we get dressed on what we choose.After finishing the Aramco housing school, I went to King Fahad KG School. In that school, I spent two years in with my aunt daughter. We use to study Arabic and English subjects. However, the English and Arabic subjects that we use to study were necessary things.
• This is a very good solution for the financial difficulties of parents as well. But when it comes to the minus points of home education, • The child will never learn to move with the world society. • After graduating, the students will have a hard time to cope with another group as he has never experienced team work. • After awhile, when he get to know the society, he may chose the extreme ways to cling with it and it is more dangerous than letting him studying in a normal school. • When he gets to know the society, he will get frustrated with the parents as he see that he is not a part of the world.
They could not take a shower every day, and even they drink dirty water. Furthermore, for most families, they could not eat meat every day since they did not afford it. In general, they lived an extremely hard life. Especially, their houses were surely dangerous. Most children were afraid of rainy days because of their parents did not have extra money to repair the roof.
Education can be provided both by public and private; for the private one, with a specific certification released by the relative Ministry. The structure of schooling in Portugal can be presented in the following way: • Pre-school education: this is the first stage of basic education that involves children between ages of three and five; anyway this level of education is not compulsory; • Compulsory Schooling-Basic education: lasting 9 years; it covers the ages of six to fifteen and it is composed by three cycles lasting four, two and three years, respectively; • Secondary education: it is a cycle of specific studies and includes various courses intended principally to prepare young people to go on to higher education or to enter the labour market (it spans three years). • Higher education: this level involves the academic or professional programmes and it is composed by a binary system (universities and polytechnics); doctorate programs are allowed only in
This assignment is focuses on an adult French speaking Congolese learner in the Elementary group. The student will be referred as Isabelle N. Her learning background includes formal English classes in the Republic of Congo. She started her classes at the age of twelve and her last formal class was two years ago when she stopped attending college. She completed her secondary education in Congo and started her diploma in Business Education, but did not finish. She moved to South Africa three months ago with the goal of writing the Matriculation examinations and studying either nursing or dentistry.