Aims to compare the educational system in GB and in Kazakhstan. The theme: Comparing the systems of education in Great Britain and Kazakhstan. Aims: to compare educational system in Great Britain and Kazakhstan. Educational: to receive topical vocabulary, to compare the facts on the theme to practice the usage of numbers and prepositions.
Education in Kazakhstan
Primary and secondary education in Kazakhstan - английский язык, уроки
As it is particularly stated in state policy documents, the common goal of education reforms in Kazakhstan is to adapt the education system to global socio-economic environment State Program on Development of Education in the Republic of Kazakhstan for — Kazakhstan is on the way of its transformation to be one of the 50 most competitive countries in the world. Education is important in many cultures because it gives an opportunity to gain the skill which is needed to navigate in the world. It plays a crucial factor in all countries. Also, it is important in the country like Kazakhstan which is developing. It was improved and modified.
Education in Kazakhstan. Образование в Казахстане.
The educational system in Kazakhstan is conducted in two languages — Kazakh and Russian and consists of several levels of state and private educational establishments: infant schools, elementary or primary schools, comprehensive schools, colleges and academies. The constitution of the Republic of Kazakhstan fixes the right of citizens of the republic on free-of-charge secondary education which is obligatory. The constitution prohibits any discrimination on the basis of language or ethnicity and guarantees equal rights in education regardless of nationality. Children start school at the age of 7 and finish at As a rule a child attends the school, located in the neighborhood.
The article deals with the transition to year education which is a justified step. Since the negative factors affecting the development of the national pre-school models — old system of evaluation of educational achievements are not able to stimulate students led the transition of the education system of Kazakhstan to world standards. In turn, the year-old system of education makes it possible to take into account more fully the interests, needs and capabilities of participants in the educational process and to more efficiently reallocate training material on curricula.