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interview Ve škole působí několik rodilých mluvčí. Conrad učí v IX.A zeměpis.  Snahy, aby zhodnotil své působení na škole, se až do včerejška míjely účinkem.

Pane řediteli, haleluja, Conrad napsal (viz příloha). Hezký den, Z. Lebedová



Jak je to možné? Jednoduše se mu poslaly otázky a on odpověděl
Otázky:

1.       Co Vás v české škole příjemně překvapilo a co naopak nepříjemně?

2.       Pokuste se porovnat úroveň znalostí českého a britského žáka.

3.       Jaké jsou nevýraznější rozdíly mezi českým a britským základním školstvím.

4.       Co byste na českém školství rozhodně změnil?

5.       Co Vám v Českém školství nejvíce komplikuje život, na co jste doma nebyl zvyklý?

6.       Myslíte si, že český žák zdravě sebevědomý, nebo má tendenci se podceňovat.

7.       Pociťuje nějaké rozdíly ve vztahu učitel x žák v českém a britském školství?

8.       Jak se Vám spolupracuje s českými učiteli?

9.       Jak se Vám líbí naše škola?


ODPOVĚDI:

Hello Conrad,

Could you please answer these questions?

1. Did anything surprise you at Czech schools? Was it a pleasant or unpleasant surprise?

Before I came to live in the Czech Republic, I taught English at high schools in England and Scotland. It wasn't always the easiest of jobs. There are a lot of reasons for that but one of the main reasons has to be the behaviour of the students. It's true that most of the time the majority of students will be friendly and well behaved, wherever you teach in the world; but the greatest surprise for me teaching in the Czech Republic has been the behaviour of the students. They are all friendly, polite and obedient. It seems as if they enjoy school more than British kids do. They seem happier.

2. Can you compare the level of knowledge of a Czech and British student?

I would not say that there is a great difference between the level of knowledge of a Czech Student and a British Student. I believe education is much broader than people think most of the time. Kids learn at home, in the playground, on the weekends, at the dinner table. They learn everywhere. In general Czech people seem well educated, intelligent and knowledgable. This is reflected in the classroom; I am often surprised by how much my Czech students know, especially because – when they are talking to me – they are also talking about what they know in a foreign language. In fact, in terms of language alone, I would say that Czech kids know far more than British kids. We are not a nation of linguists. We're quite lazy in that area.

3. What are the main differences between the Czech and British educational systems?

The Czech school system still confuses me. We use the words Primary, Elementary and Secondary school in Britain, but they refer to different levels. Also, all the year groups are given different names (Year 7 to Year 11 is from 12 years old to 16 years old, for example) and in Britain, kids begin school (in full uniform!) much earlier than in CZ at 4 years old, which I believe is too young. 

4. What would you definitely change about the Czech educational system?

I think that if the Czech education system relied less on text books and more on creative topic presentation, video and interactive teaching, that would be an improvement. Some of the English textbooks used in Czech Schools (but produced in Britain) are not very good at all. They cover all the right sort of stuff, just in a really boring, uninspiring way. This is the reason I do not use them in my classes, if I can help it!

5. What makes your life complicated at Czech schools? Something you weren´t used to at home.

Nothing really. I think my teaching job was much more complicated back in England. The amount of administration (most of it useless) that I was expected to do was crazy!

6. Do you think that Czech students are self-confident or do they have a tendency to underestimate themselves?

It's true that there is a tendency for kids and teenagers to underestimate themselves, but I don't think it's a particularly Czech thing. I think there is a pretty even balance of confident kids and kids who lack confidence in Czech Schools. It is clear to me, however, that in general Czech people are very modest. I've never heard any Czech person tell me that their English is good, even when it is perfect!

7. Are there any differences in the student-teacher relationship between Britain and the Czech Republic?

I think in Britain, we have become paranoid and fearful about the relationship between teachers and students, to a very negative degree. We are afraid to criticise too much, to praise too much or too little or simply to talk to kids about anything personal which may be bothering them. I think the relationship between teachers and students in CZ is much more natural. I also believe that, in Czech schools, kids still have a good level of respect for teachers, they are taught to be polite, stand at the beginning of a lesson and do the tasks that they are asked to do without complaining about it. That's a real joy for me. In the UK I often spent far too much of my time simply trying to get my students to do some work!

8. What´s the cooperation like with the Czech teachers?

My experience with Czech teachers has been excellent. They are welcoming, enthusiastic to work with me, helpful and kind. It has been a great pleasure for me to work with these people and I admire them greatly.

9. Do you like our school?

I like your school very much. I look forward to the classes because the kids are so friendly and I like the way they greet me when I come into the class. All the teachers have been very patient with me, especially when I forget which classroom is on which floor! We have been treated very well indeed and it's been a pleasure working with the teachers and the students. I will miss you all when we finish!






Autor: Antonín Leopold | Vydáno 04. 12. 2014 | 1430 přečtení

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