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Is it good for children to study in Australia in high school?

Source: unknown 2016-06-15

There are public and private secondary schools in Australia. Public schools are owned and managed by the government, and the annual tuition fees are about 60000 to 70000 yuan. Private schools are owned and managed by church, private or institutions, and boarding schools are mostly private schools. Compared with public schools, private schools have higher costs (tuition fees ranging from 100000 to 150000 yuan per academic year), better hardware facilities and learning environment, and pay more attention to the overall development of students. Australian secondary school teachers have received university training, not only have educational qualifications, but also received teaching practice training. Senior high school teachers have considerable qualifications in specific subjects. In addition, the school has a variety of professional tutors to provide students with reading skills, subjects and career choice orientation, and other life needs of guidance. The teaching method is student-oriented and aims to cultivate students' self-confidence, spontaneity and analytical thinking ability.

Australian high school entrance requirements

Learning requirements: students must take the high school entrance examination in China and get the high school admission notice.

Age requirement: apply for grade 12 and no more than 20 years old; Grade 11 should be no more than 19 years old; No more than 18 years old in Grade 10

Time requirement: students must have been in Australia for 16 months and can't go back for more than one and a half years.

   Study in Australia The role of high school

1. Comprehensive improvement of English ability

English learning is closely related to age and language environment.

1. Under the teaching environment of Australian senior high schools, students' listening, taking notes, discussing problems, writing assignments and examinations are all completed in English;

2. Most of the life scenes (shopping, bank, post office, transportation, tourism and party) are also completed in English. Therefore, students' English learning potential and ability will be fully reflected in the pure English environment. After two years of study in Australian high school curriculum, students' English ability can generally reach the level of domestic English major graduates.

3. English learning in China has a strong color of exam oriented education. It is difficult to improve the ability to use English in a comprehensive way in the domestic environment. However, in Australia, as long as you are willing to have full contact and communication with local teachers, students and the society, your English ability is relatively easy to be comprehensively improved.

2. Humanized curriculum and course selection system

Like China, secondary schools in Australia are made up of six years. The difference is that the junior high school in Australia is 4 years (grade 7-10) and the senior high school is 2 years (grade 11-12). During the two years of senior high school, students generally need to attend 6-8 academic courses. The curriculum has the following characteristics:

1. A wide range of courses can be selected. 50-60 courses can be offered to students in large-scale high schools, and at least 30 courses can be offered in small-scale high schools; But in China's domestic high schools, from municipal key high schools to ordinary high schools, from large-scale high schools to small-scale high schools, the courses offered are almost the same.

2. Less required courses. For Australian high school students, only English is a compulsory course, other subjects can be regarded as optional courses. For high school students in China, the first and second year courses are compulsory courses; Although liberal arts and science are optional in college entrance examination, Chinese, mathematics and foreign languages are compulsory subjects. Suppose that a high school student in Shanghai has good Chinese and English scores, and often fails in mathematics. It is difficult to expect him or her to pass the college entrance examination and enter the undergraduate English major of Fudan University or Shanghai Foreign Studies University for further study; However, if the student chooses to go to Australia to study high school courses, he or she is likely to enter Australia's first-class university for undergraduate language major because he or she can not take mathematics.

3. There are many elective courses. For Australian high school students, except English, other courses are optional courses. There are three points to be considered in course selection. The first is the students' interest, the second is the students' learning ability, and the third is to combine the major students want to study in the University. For example, if a student wants to apply for a financial major in a university, he or she must have studied mathematics in high school; If you want to apply for a medical major, you must have studied chemistry and biology in high school; If you want to apply for translation major, there is no prerequisite for elective courses in senior high school.

3. Humanized evaluation and enrollment system

Chinese high school graduates need to go through two days of college entrance examination before they enter the domestic universities; The two-day college entrance examination plays a decisive role in whether candidates can enter the University. I call this kind of evaluation and promotion system as "two-day evaluation system". The "two-day evaluation system" has the fairness and scientificalness worthy of recognition, but it also has a lot of contingency. In Australia, the continuous assessment system is adopted by senior high school students. During the two years of senior high school, students' usual homework, attendance rate, usual examination, final examination and final examination results will affect students' scores of high school graduation and college entrance examination to varying degrees.

According to the relationship between usual performance and HKCEE score, the "continuous assessment system" of senior high schools in Australian States and regions is divided into two categories.

The first type is that the usual grades (grades 11 and 12) account for 100% of the total scores. The results of the HKCEE are only used to adjust the differences between schools, such as the capital region (Canberra), Queensland (Brisbane), Tasmania (Hobart). If students study high school courses in these areas, as long as they seriously grasp and invest in every day of study, they will grasp the fate of entering a higher school two years later. On the contrary, if you don't study hard at ordinary times, there will be no lifesaving straw in the end.

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