How do you imagine the school of the future
What will the school of future look like?
The look of the school:
The school in the future looks more modern and the lessons should be funnier.
The school buildings will be under water or in a desert or in another special place.
There just should be teachers who know what they want to teach us/ our children, so the geography teacher knows everything about geography and we´ ll only learn geography in his lesson and nothing else.
I think there definitely should be teachers so if students have a question, the teachers can answer them promptly and so it is easier to understand something like math or grammar in a language.
There should be laptops for each student.
So if they want to write something they will do it on the laptop - also the class tests.
The teachers are going to send the task for the class test as an email and the students will send them back with answers.
If a student is ill he also can write the class test, because he can take his laptop home and when he gets the email he can answer it at home and send it back.
The school starts at 8 o’clock and ends at 14 o’clock and there are 13 schoolyards.
Students who usually live far away can sleep in the school building. For the other ones there are buses which drive them home.
One lesson takes 45 minutes and after two lessons there is a fifteen minute brake and after each lesson there is a five minute brake, so the pupils can get from one classroom to another classroom.
At the beginning of secondary school you can choose your subjects and your favourite department, so you can decide where you want to go: for example, to the international Underwater-School.
The Pictures to my text:
|This is an example of an underwater building:||This is an example of laptop use at school:|
First picture: Corliss, Jeb. "PocketBurger." Chisblassternardone. 29. April 2009. 30 Apr 2009 <http://www.pocketburgers.com/2007_12_14_archive.html>.
Second picture:"Putnam Valley Middle School/ archiv." Putnam Valley Middle School. 29. April 2009. 30 Apr 2009 <http://www.pvcsd.org/MS/archive_photos.php>.