Tóm tắt bài
Do the task in Writing Unit 4 Lớp 12
In about 150 words, write a paragraph on the formal school education system in Vietnam, using the information given in Speaking Tasks on page 47. You may follow the suggestions below. (Trong khoảng 150 từ, hãy viết một đoạn văn ngắn về hệ thống giáo dục Việt Nam, sử dụng thông tin cho sẵn trong phần Speaking trang 47.)
- Levels of education: primary (5 years: start from the age of 6)
lower secondary (4 years)
upper secondary (3 years)
- Compulsory education: 9 years (primary & lower secondary)
- The academic year: 35 weeks (9 months, from September to May)
- School terms: 2 terms: term 1 (Sept – Dec.), term 2 (Jan. – May)
- Time of the national examination for GCSE (early June)
Guide to answer
The formal school system in Vietnam consist of three levels of education, primary, lower secondary and upper secondary education. The children start Grade/Year 1 at the age of 6 and they normally complete the primary education at the age of 10. They move to lower secondary school to study in Grade 6 when they are 11 years old. They will finish nine-year compulsory education when they complete Grade 9 at the age of 14. The children may go to upper secondary school if they pass all the subjects tested at the end of Grade 9. They will stay there until they complete Grade 12 at the age of 17. If they want to sit for the entrance exam to universities or colleges they have to take the national examination for GCSE which takes place at the end of May or beginning of June. The academic year in Vietnam runs from September to May and is divided into two terms. The first term ends in January with a week holiday and the second term finishes in May before a long summer holiday comes.
Bài tập minh họa
Write full sentences, using the words and phrases below. Remember use the correct verb tenses
- Teaching methods/ deliver/ in/ public system/ be very/ teacher-oriented.
- You/ will/ find/ student/ be/ quite/ studious and very disciplined/ in/ classroom.
- Student/ be/ arrange/ by/ class number/ and/ do/ not/ move/ from classroom to classroom.
- The/ teacher/ be/ the ones/ float/ from classrom to classroom/ make it difficult/ the Vietnamese teacher/ establish a room.
- It/ become/ even/ more apparrent/ at/ university level.
- Teaching methods delivered in the public system are very teacher-oriented.
- You will find that the students are quite studious and very disciplines in the classroom.
- Students are arranged by class number and do not move from classroom to classroom.
- The teachers are the one who float from classroom to classroom making it difficult for the Vietnamese teacher to establish a room.
- It becomes even more apparent at the university level.