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I. Translate the vocabulary into Russian or Ukrainian.

EDUCATION

 

Types of schools

1. Maintained (state)

2. County

3. Voluntary

4. Nursery

5. Primary

6. Infant

7. Junior

8. Secondary

9. Grammar

10. Modern

11. Technical

12. Comprehensive

13. All-through

14. Two-tier

15. First

16. Middle

17. Upper

18. Mixed (co-educational)

19. Single-sex

20. Special

21. Independent (fee-paying, private)

22. Pre-preparatory

23. Preparatory

24. Public

25. Sixth-form college

26. Tertiary college

Stages of education

27. Compulsory

28. Pre-school

29. Primary

30. Secondary

31. Further

32. Higher

Education policy

33. Administration

34. Schooling

35. Statutory requirement

36. To formulate national education policy

37. Full-time education

38. Part-time education

39. Tripartite system

40. Class-divided and selective system of education

41. To sustain inequality of opportunity

42. To go comprehensive

43. The Department of Education and Science

44. Local Education Authorities (LEAs)

45. To be responsible for national education policy

46. To run a school

47. To prescribe curricula or textbooks

48. Administration is decentralized

49. The provision of schools

50. To provide maintained school education

Management

51. Head teacher (master)

52. Principal

53. Assistant principal

54. Acting head teacher

55. Staff

56. Governing body

57. To have responsibility

58. To employ teachers

59. To provide and maintain buildings

60. To supply equipment

61. To supply grants

62. Appointment and dismissal of staff

Admission

63. To admit

64. To allocate

65. To apply for admission

66. Selective procedure

67. Intelligence tests

68. To substitute for the abolished 11+ exam

69. To measure inborn abilities

70. To have a time limit

71. To coach for

72. Without any reference to a child`s ability or aptitude

73. To transfer (promote) from one class to another

Curriculum

74. Broad curriculum

75. Academic course

76. Non-academic course

77. Vocational bias

78. Foundation course

79. Foundation subjects

80. To meet special interests

81. Common curriculum

82. Simplified curriculum

83. Education with a practical slant for lower-attaining pupils

84. To be encouraged to do smth.

85. The three R`s

86. Subject teaching

87. Specialist teacher

88. To have set periods

89. Remedial teaching

Examinations

90. Dual system of exams

91. To sit up for an exam

92. External exam

93. GCE exam (General Certificate of Education)

94. Internal exam

95. To hold (conduct) exams at two levels (`O` level and `A` level)

96. Scholarship

97. CSE exam (Certificate of Secondary Education)

98. To be set and marked by

99. To hand the papers out

100. Examining board

101. Grades

102. GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education)

103. Reseats and retakes

104. Unsuccessful pupil

105. To repeat the year

106. To keep up with the group



107. To catch up with the group

108. To fall behind

Punishment

109. Corporal punishment

110. Detention (after school or during the dinner hour)

111. Lines

112. Exclusion from normal routine

113. Exclusion from privileges (loss of privilege)

114. Collection of litter

115. Suspension from school

116. Withdrawal from lessons

117. Setting extra work

118. Putting `on report`

119. Telling the parents

General

120. High school

121. Kindergarten

122. Nursery school

123. Common-school system

124. Institutions of higher learning

125. Junior high school

126. Secondary school

127. School year = academic year

128. Vacation

129. Attendance

130. To attend classes

131. Compulsory

132. Free attendance

133. Free studying

134. What is your major?

135. To complete a certain number of courses

136. To receive (get) a diploma

137. To charge a fee for tuition or registration

138. To require a certain scholastic average

139. Average of high school grades

140. To have rigid scholastic requirements for entrance

141. To meet the requirements for a Bachelor

142. Bachelor of Science

143. Master of Arts

144. Master of Science

145. To obtain

146. Additional year

147. Doctor of Philosophy

148. To complete the original research

149. To be governed

150. A board of regents

151. A board of trustees

152. The executive head of college

153. The president of university

154. To enter the university

155. To take (have) an exam

156. To pass an exam in

157. To fail an exam (to fail in an exam)

158. Faculty

159. Dean

160. Dean`t assistant

161. Chairman (chairwoman)

162. Department

163. Laboratory

164. A first-year student (freshman)

165. A second-year student (sophomore)

166. To be dropped out of

167. Dean`s office

168. Term

169. Classroom (auditorium)

170. Lecture-hall

171. Period (lecture)

172. To give lectures

173. Class in

174. Lecture on

175. Seminar in

176. Set of exams

177. Mark in

178. Monitor

179. Register of attendance

180. Lecturer

181. Break=recess=interval

182. To achieve discipline and order

183. To control the class

184. To cope with the situation

185. To be of educational importance

186. To retake an exam=to resit an exam

187. To get through (coll.)

188. To flunk an exam

189. To play truant from=to skip

190. To read up for an exam=to revise the material for=to review the material

191. To make progress in studies

192. Final exams=finals

193. School-leaving exams

194. A school-leaver

195. Student

196. Junior student

197. Senior student

198. A graduate student (a graduate)

199. Under-graduate

200. Post-graduate

201. Assessment of knowledge

202. Qualifying exams

203. A grad-course

204. To swot = to cram

205. Swotting

206. To cheat in an exam

207. Cribs

208. Boarding school

209. a boarder

210. To examine

211. Examiner

212. Examinee

 


I. Translate the vocabulary into Russian or Ukrainian.


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