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At School

1). When children in our country are six or seven years old they begin to go to school.
2). They spend there 5 or 6 hours daily during ten or eleven years.
3). That's why we may very often hear a phrase, "School is our second home".
4). There are different kinds of schools - secondary schools, lyceums, gymnasiums, schools specializing in foreign languages, in mathematics, chemistry, biology, etc.
5). Still, different as they are, all schools have much in common.
6). The first thing is that all pupils go to school to get knowledge in different subjects and to develop good work habits.
7). Besides, many schools look alike.
8). As a rule it is a two- or three-storey building, rather large with a lot of classrooms and studies in it.
9). When you enter any school you can see a cloakroom where pupils leave their coats in cold seasons.
10). Here on the ground floor you can find a school canteen.
11). Pupils come here to have lunch during the long breaks.
12). There is also an assembly hall in every school.
13). All school celebrations and gatherings are held there.
14). In many schools there is a gym on the ground floor where schoolchildren have their lessons of physical training.
15). Every school has at least two workshops: one for boys and the other one - for girls.
16). Girls are taught cooking, sewing, and knitting there.
17). As for boys they get acquainted, with production work, with the latest achievements of engineering and modern equipment.
18). They are also taught to use some tools and machines.
19). Quite a number of classrooms in every school are given to junior pupils, where they develop their speaking, reading and writing habits.
20). All modern schools have mainly well equipped classrooms for studying Maths, Russian and literature, geography, history, music and arts.
21). Various schemes and tables, maps and pictures can be seen on the walls of the classrooms.
22). Modern equipment such as tape-recorders and record players, cinema and slide-projectors makes the process of teaching easier and more interesting.
23). A few words should be said about science rooms where physics, chemistry and biology are taught.
24). These rooms are not only equipped with all necessary devices but they also have science laboratories, where pupils carry out experiments and make careful observations of different phenomena.
25). The scientific knowledge the pupils get in these laboratories is, of course, valuable to them.
26). Every school has a good library at the pupils' disposal.
27). There they can not only get textbooks on different subjects, but also take various books for individual reading.
28). In every school where English is taught there are some specialized classrooms for studying it.
29). Junior pupils learn to read, write and speak English there, they learn a lot of songs and poems.
30). Senior pupils read texts, listen to spoken English from records, and learn a lot about English-speaking countries, customs, traditions and history of their peoples.
31). They get acquainted with English writers, read and discuss extracts from their books, take part in out-of-school activities.

В школе

1). Когда дети в нашей стране достигают возраста шести-семи лет, они начинают ходить в школу.
2). Они проводят там 5-6 часов ежедневно в течение 10 или 11 лет.
3). Поэтому можно очень часто услышать фразу: "Школа - наш второй дом".
4). Есть много разных школ - средние школы, лицеи, гимназии, школы, специализирующиеся на изучении иностранных языков, математики, химии, биологии и т. д.
5). И всё же, несмотря на различия, все школы имеют много общего.
6). Во-первых, все ученики ходят в школу, чтобы получить знания по разным предметам и развить хорошие трудовые навыки.
7). Кроме того, многие школы и выглядят похожими. 8). Как правило, это двух- или трёхэтажное здание, довольно большое, с множеством классных комнат и кабинетов.
9). Когда входишь в школу, видишь раздевалку, где учащиеся оставляют свои пальто в холодное время года.
10). Здесь же на первом этаже можно увидеть школьную столовую.
11). Учащиеся приходят сюда перекусить во время большой перемены.
12). В каждой школе есть также актовый зал.
13). Все школьные праздники и собрания проводятся здесь.
14). Во многих школах на первом этаже есть спортивный зал, где у школьников проходят уроки физкультуры.
15). В каждой школе имеется, по крайней мере, две мастерские: одна для мальчиков, а другая для девочек.
16). Девочек учат здесь готовить, шить, вязать.
17). А мальчики знакомятся с производительным трудом, с последними достижениями техники и современным оборудованием.
18). Их также учат использовать инструменты и станки,
19). Довольно много классных комнат в каждой школе отдано младшим школьникам, где они учатся говорить, читать и писать.
20). Все современные школы имеют, в основном, хорошо оборудованные классы для изучения математики, русского языка и литературы, географии, истории, музыки и искусств.
21). На стенах классных комнат можно увидеть различные схемы и таблицы, карты и картины.
22). Современное оборудование, как, например, магнитофоны и проигрыватели, кино- и диапроекторы, делает процесс обучения более лёгким и интересным.
23). Несколько слов следует сказать о кабинетах, где обучают физике, химии и биологии.
24). Эти классы не только оборудованы всеми необходимыми приборами, но при них есть также научные лаборатории, где учащиеся проводят эксперименты и проводят тщательные наблюдения за различными явлениями.
25). Научные знания, которые ученики получают в этих лабораториях, являются, конечно, очень ценными для них.
26). В каждой школе в распоряжении учащихся имеется хорошая библиотека.
27). Здесь они могут не только получить учебники по разным предметам, но и брать различные книги для индивидуального чтения.
28). В каждой школе, где изучается английский язык, есть специальные классы.
29). Школьники младших классов здесь учатся читать, писать и говорить по-английски, они также учат много песен и стихов.
30). Старшеклассники читают тексты, слушают разговорный английский с пластинок, изучают многое об англоязычных странах, о традициях, обычаях и истории их народов.
31). Они знакомятся с английскими писателями, читают и обсуждают отрывки из их книг, принимают участие во внеклассных мероприятиях.


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