Interesting facts about education.
All schools began the school year somewhere recently, and it is in full swing. With the school year started and the controversy surrounding the education system. Is that attitude too much: children free time left; who, on the contrary, believes that the child should be a day busy with business.
We have studied the peculiarities of educational process in schools of various countries of the world, because the rules and traditions of one country can be quite useful for another.
The school year starts in late August – early September depending on the region.
Students in the Netherlands to 10 years do not receive homework until the age of 12 they have no exams and tests. Knowledge is graded by 10 point scale. Satisfactory is considered to be a mark 6.
In Dutch schools to conduct lessons devoted to sex education, the dangers of drugs and alcohol. The kids even pass them on the exams and receive grades.
To truancies and tardiness are treated very seriously. For repeated unexcused absences can be fined or even put the parents under arrest for a month, and student-teenager – to engage in socially useful work.
The academic year generally begins in the second week of September (plus or minus 1-3 weeks).
Assessment exhibit 3 class (however, if the parents agree), with 4-grade evaluation is required. There are 6-point system: the best rating is 1 worst – 6.
After primary school children, depending on their abilities and wishes of the parents and the pupils themselves, are divided into groups: the main, or primary, school, secondary school and high school. After primary school you can enroll in a professional school or go to work, for example by the driver or seller. Graduates of the real school or go to Junior College, or continue their education in high school. The school also opens doors to universities.
On the change of children compulsorily sent to play in the fresh air in the yard (every school has a Playground).
In Germany at school are taught to ride a bike by the rules. Children pass the police exam and get the real law.
The academic year starts on 1 April. The first semester runs until July 31. The second semester begins September 1 and ends on December 31.
Schooling in the DPRK is arranged on the model of the Soviet system of education. In addition to core subjects, students are policies like “Communist morality”, “politics of the Communist party” or “the life of the great Kim Il sung”.
In 10 years North Korea children necessarily enter into the children’s Union (a structure similar to the young pioneers in the USSR). First he is taking honors, then the middle, then all the rest. Union members are wearing red ties.
North Korea still students decided to carry on agricultural work and construction. The most unusual tour of the recollection of former students, was a tour on the death penalty.
The first semester begins on 1 March, the second since the end of August.
Every student in a Korean school receives its own serial number: class, group number and student number on the list. The list of students in Korea is not the alphabet, as we used to, and the date of birth.
To ensure equal rights in education, every year students and teachers mix between classes.
The Korean students from the Junior class prepare for final exam. For him, high school students 5 days a week are in school, sometimes up to 22-23 hours. And, this weekend, participate in clubs and with Tutors. On the eve of the exam of the Church in South Korea overcrowded parents pray that their children passed the exam. The day of the exam to cover the roads to the students because of traffic jams late, and prohibited flights below their noise did not distract students.
Academic year, depending on the Canton, begins in mid-August or beginning of September.
Before entering school a child talks to a psychologist to assess his psychological maturity. If he decides that the child is not ready to go to school, advises parents to wait another year.
In some Swiss schools, in addition to the psychologist, with class-a dentist whose services are paid by the state. Students are strictly forbidden to bring to school smartphones. But you can without asking to go to the toilet or to drink.
In lessons, students will raise no hand and finger.
In Swiss schools in physical education classes teach children to jump through rezinochku. There are even benefits for the discipline.
School year in Bulgaria starts on 15 September.
From 6 to 14 years, the schooling required, after the 8th grade teenagers or are applying to study at the gymnasium, or go to technical schools to secondary education.
The schools have adopted a 6-point grading system where the best mark is six.
Russian language in many schools in Bulgaria is studied as a second foreign language.
Homework almost do not ask, except to learn the verse by heart or to do the job for music. The rest of the work children are doing in school or in detention. Schools in Bulgaria are distinguished not by numbers, but by names that give in honor of some famous figure, for example “Professor Konstantin Gylybovo”, “Miguel De Cervantes”, “Constantine Cyril the Philosopher”.
The school year here starts in mid-July. Summer holidays last only a month.
Bali is widely celebrated the Day of knowledge – not only one time when new academic year begins, and every 210 days. Knowledge day always falls on a Saturday. On this day the Balinese celebrate the goddess of knowledge and wisdom, the students sing songs and dance.
Schools in Bali are of the same form. In the lower grades it is usually red, high blue. The holidays wear ties and colorful hats.
The names of the children on Bali are not very diverse: they are given as a function of the order of appearance of the child in the family. First-born-girl – Vayan – boy Harris. Second child – MADI or KADEK, third – Nyoman or Koman fourth – Ketut, regardless of if it’s a boy or a girl. The fifth child is called the same as the first, and then in a circle. In schools, teachers are not confused, each child is given a nickname, such as “butcher’s Son from Legian street” or “the daughter of the sculptor of Ubud”.
Academic year starts September 1.
Junior Czech schools assessment almost do not put, in middle and high school, there is a 5 point system. Here the highest score is 1 and lowest 5.
Holidays with students 2 times a year: summer and winter. Each summer the school organizes camps for students, which are two-month courses in preparation for admission to universities.
In winter, in high school there is a mandatory winter course when students go to the mountains to learn to ski.
In the Czech Republic are welcome classical dance, there are a lot of school clubs in dance training
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