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1 ŠKOLA HROU A SCHOOL WITH A DIFFERENCE MATERIÁLY PRO UČITELE

2 My name is Ivana Málková and from 1991 I was in a group of people parents and teachers. We decide to born first private elementary school in Prague and we have only first from first to fifth grades, fourteen children in a class and because there were the time when there were no Internet, no copy machines and so on, so we have no information about other education systems outside our country. So our only idea was to be at school where children, parents and teachers will be will have a good feeling, no stress and they teach they learn everything what they need like in the other schools. And we started we reforms by our intuition and our instinct and for us was the most important to be with children together and react have a reaction for the present moment. For example when some children come to school and was crying and I ask him: What s happened? And he said: My dog died this night. And I say: Oh, I am sorry. What do you think about this? And other children says: My rabbit died years ago. And from this theme we started to speak about life and about die and it was nice, two weeks long project when in mathematics we count rabbits and dogs etc. And it was very nice and funny for children and for parents and for teachers too. So this project was about I was part of this project twenty years and during twenty years, I was teacher, I was principal and I was owner of this private school. But during all this time, I was in my company alone. And it was very hard for me because I had to do many decisions, for example how much money from parents received for this private school etc. And it was very hard for me to be alone for all this decisions. So if it would be possibility to go back, I would like to be in a partnership, for example with some man who say: O.K., I will care about money and you will care about the children. So that was one hard thing. Other hard thing it was that I have not so much time for my private life because I am perfectionalist and everything will be correct, perfect and I was working sixteen days daily, no weekends, no holidays and after ten years I was destroy, very tired and very depressed and I started to think, what to continue because I am creative women and I need to make new and new things. And at school, you are in system. And there is some spiral and every September you do the same things and every October you do same things. So after ten years it was enough. So I was started to found other way other way for me and I decided more than seven years how to continue. Because for me it was very hard to leave this project because my inside feeling was that if I will leave, my project will die. Because somebody else will be continue and somebody else has other feeling than me and it will be strange project. So after seven years I made it, I made this decision and I leave this project and I found the man, father of three children, who bought this school from me and who will continue in his project. And now I have a free time for myself, fourteen months of meditation when I meet only me when I start try to understand what s happened inside me and maybe sometimes will come somebody and lock on my shoulder and say: We have new project for you and you know many things what we need so you can thinking about it. So I would like to continue with a project about professional consultation for young teachers who wanted to start or for old teachers who wanted to work with situation, which are not so easy for them and my offer is sharing this situation and founding the new ways how to continue.

3 Jmenuji se Ivana Málková a od roku 1991 jsem byla ve skupině lidí rodičů a učitelů. Rozhodli jsme se založit první soukromou základní školu v Praze a to od první do páté třídy, čtrnáct dětí ve třídě. A protože to byla doba, kdy nebyl Internet ani kopírky atd., neměli jsme žádné informace o vzdělávacích systémech v zahraničí. Takže naše základní myšlenka byla škola, kde děti, rodiče a učitelé budou mít dobrý pocit a nebudou pod stresem a naučí se všechno, co potřebují, jako v jiných školách. A začali jsem dělat změny na základě naší intuice a instinktu. Bylo pro nás nejdůležitější, abychom s dětmi byli spolu a reagovali na aktuální situaci. Například, když nějaké dítě přišlo do školy s pláčem, zeptali jsme se: Co se stalo? A on řekl: Dneska v noci mi umřel pes. A já řekla: To mě mrzí. Co si o tom myslíš? A ostatní děti se přidaly: Mě před lety umřel králík. A od tohoto tématu se odvinula diskuse o životě a smrti a byl to hezký projekt na dva týdny, kde se v matematice počítali psi a králíci atd. Pro děti to bylo zábavné a hezké, stejně tak jako pro učitele a rodiče. Takže tento projekt spočíval v byla jsem účastna tohoto projektu dvacet let a během těchto let jsem byla učitelka, ředitelka a zároveň i majitelka této soukromé školy. Ale po celý ten čas jsem byla na firmu sama. A pro mě to bylo těžké, protože jsem musela přijímat spoustu rozhodnutí, například kolik peněz žádat od rodičů za soukromou školu atd. A být na všechna ta rozhodnutí sama bylo pro mě těžké. Takže pokud by se šlo vrátit zpátky v čase, byla bych raději s nějakým partnerem, třeba mužem, který by řekl: Dobře, já se postarám o peníze a ty se budeš starat o děti. Takže to bylo těžké. Další potíž byla, že jsem neměla čas na svůj osobní život, protože jsem perfekcionista a všechno musí být v pořádku a dokonalé. Pracovala jsem šestnáct hodin denně, žádné víkendy, žádná dovolená a po deseti letech jsem byla troska, vyčerpaná, v depresi a začala jsem uvažovat, kudy jít dál, protože jsem kreativní a potřebuju dělat stále nové věci. A ve škole jste v jistém systému. Je to taková spirála každé září, každý říjen děláte pořád ty samé věci dokola. Takže po deseti letech jsem toho měla dost. Tak jsem začala hledat nové cesty a rozhodovala jsem se sedm let, jak pokračovat. Bylo pro mě velmi těžké tento projekt opustit, protože můj vnitřní pocit mi říkal, že když odejdu, ten projekt umře. Protože bude pokračovat někdo jiný a ten má jiné pocity a nakonec to bude divný projekt. Takže po sedmi letech se mi to povedlo, rozhodla jsem se a projekt opustila. Našla jsem muže, otce tří dětí, který školu ode mne koupil a v projektu pokračuje. A teď mám čas pro sebe, čtrnáct měsíců meditace, kde se setkávám sama se sebou a kdy začínám snažím se pochopit, co se to uvnitř mne stalo a možná někdy někdo přijde a poklepe mi na rameno a řekne: Máme pro tebe nový projekt a umíš spoustu věcí, které potřebujeme, takže o tom přemýšlej. Takže bych chtěla pokračovat s projektem jako profesionální konzultant, který by podporoval mladé učitele, kteří chtějí začít, nebo pro staré učitele, kteří by chtěli pracovat na situacích, které nejsou pro ně jednoduché a moje nabídka je podělit se o tyto situace a najít nové cesty, jak pokračovat.

4 write check discuss share match answer find info EXERCISE 1 Discuss and share your answers to the following questions: 1. What do you remember about your basic school(s)? What were the best and the worst moments for you in school? 2. What do you wish could have been different for you about studying at a basic school? 3. Do you believe private schools provide a better education than state schools? Explain. 4. Can you imagine working as a teacher? Why or why not? 5. If you could change school, how would you improve it?

5 EXERCISE 2 Are these statements TRUE or FALSE? 1. The speaker had no experience in education systems abroad. 2. She decided to leave the school because it was not creative enough for her. 3. She always followed the plan strictly and never reacted to unusual situations. 4. She managed the school on her own. 5. If she could go back in time, she wouldn t change anything about the school. 6. She worked a lot because she is a perfectionist. 7. She would like to work as an advisor to teachers who want to learn how to deal with difficult situations. EXERCISE 3 Listen and fill in the missing text. 1. We decide to birth the first private elementary school in Prague and we have only first from first to fifth grades, fourteen children in a class and because there were the time when there was no Internet, no copy machines and so on 2. And from this theme we started to speak about life and about death and it was a nice, two weeks long project when in mathematics we count rabbits and dogs etc. 3. I was part of this project twenty years and during twenty years, I was teacher, I was principal and I was owner of this private school. 4. I would like to be in a partnership, for example with some man who say 5. So I would like to continue with a project about professional consultation for young teachers who wanted to start or for old teachers who wanted to work with situations which are not so easy for them and my offer is sharing this situation and founding the new ways how to continue.

6 EXERCISE 4 Match the following English expressions with their Czech equivalent. 1. PARTNERSHIP A) ŘEDITEL/KA 6. ELEMENTARY F) KOPÍRKA 2. COPY MACHINE B) STUPEŇ,TŘÍDA 7. GRADE G) PORADENSTVÍ 3. COUNT C) MAJITEL 8. PRINCIPAL H) TÉMA 4. CONSULTING D) SDÍLET 9. OWNER I) PARTNERSTVÍ 5. SHARE E) ZÁKLADNÍ 10. THEME J) POČÍTAT PHRASE BOOK Use the vocabulary list above to develop questions you could ask the Manager in a mock interview. With a partner, take turns being the Manager. Role play asking and answering your questions. CONSULTING ELEMENTARY PARTNERSHIP PRINCIPAL SHARE THEME This term can be used informally in a situation when a person asks advice of another person or group of people. It can also be used formally in a business situation for giving expert information or advice as a paid service to a person, organization, or company. English equivalent of primary school. The term can also mean the beginning level of a concept which is at an early stage of understanding. A business relationship which joins together more than one person, organization, or company in order to share expertise and collaborate. Head of the school. This term can also be used in a legal sense meaning one who is in charge of the company. A word which has more than one meaning. In this context, it is a used as a verb meaning to distribute the workload between two or more people and to make agreements about how to use resources. A concept or topic that ties together more than one subject area for investigation and study.

7 EXERCISE 5 ROLE PLAY 1. ACT OUT Work in pairs. Imagine a situation in which you are the subject of conversation between a teacher and your parent (guardian). Imagine that you are your parent (or guardian) talking to your teacher for either MATHEMATICS, ENGLISH, or HISTORY. What would the subject of their conversation be? What do you think the parent would like to know or tell the teacher about you? What would the teacher say about you? What would they both learn from the conversation? Act out your dialogue in front of the class. Which one was the funniest? 2. DISCUSSION Do you believe education should be a business? Divide into two groups according to your opinion. Prepare arguments within each group to support your opinion. Then hold a class discussion about the topic. What did you manage to persuade your opponents to consider differently? EXERCISE 6 GRAMMAR TEXT PROOFREADING 1. The speaker in the video made several mistakes. Look at the following sentences and try to correct at least those that are highlighted. A) We decide to born first private elementary school in Prague. B) So our only idea was to be at a school where children, parents and teachers will be will have a good feeling, no stress and they teach they learn everything what they need like in the other schools. C) For example, when some children came to school and was crying and I asked him: What s happened? D) And other children says: My rabbit died years ago. E) And from this theme we started to speak about life and about die. F) I was teacher, I was principal and I was owner of this private school. G) So if it would be possibility to go back, I would like to be in a partnership. H) After ten years I was destroy, very tired and very depressed and I started to think what to continue. I) So I was started to found other way for me and I decided more than seven years how to continue. 2. Try to write two sentences with mistakes in them. Exchange your sentences with your neighbour and try to find and correct his/her mistakes. Then ask your neighbour if they made all the mistakes you found on purpose.

8 EXERCISE 7 GRAMMAR PROOFREADING TEXT Work in small groups. Imagine you are a board of teachers assessing a student s paper. Try to be strict and find in the text as many mistakes as possible. Discuss within the group what is wrong, why it is wrong and what the correct solution is. Then, check with the other groups and talk to your English teacher to verify if your findings were correct. My name is Ivana Málková and from 1991 I was in a group of people parents and teachers. We decide to born first private elementary school in Prague and we have only first from first to fifth grades, fourteen children in a class and because there were the time when there were no Internet, no copy machines and so on, so we have no information about other education systems outside our country. So our only idea was to be at school where children, parents and teachers will be will have a good feeling, no stress and they teach they learn everything what they need like in the other schools. And we started we reforms by our intuition and our instinct and for us was the most important to be with children together and react have a reaction for the present moment. For example when some children come to school and was crying and I ask him: What s happened? And he said: My dog died this night. And I say: Oh, I am sorry. What do you think about this? And other children says: My rabbit died years ago. And from this theme we started to speak about life and about die and it was nice, two weeks long project when in mathematics we count rabbits and dogs etc. And it was very nice and funny for children and for parents and for teachers too. So this project was about I was part of this project twenty years and during twenty years, I was teacher, I was principal and I was owner of this private school. But during all this time, I was in my company alone. And it was very hard for me because I had to do many decisions, for example how much money from parents received for this private school etc. And it was very hard for me to be alone for all this decisions. So if it would be possibility to go back, I would like to be in a partnership, for example with some man who say: O.K., I will care about money and you will care about the children. So that was one hard thing. Other hard thing it was that I have not so much time for my private life because I am perfectionalist and everything will be correct, perfect and I was working sixteen days daily, no weekends, no holidays and after ten years I was destroy, very tired and very depressed and I started to think, what to continue because I am creative women and I need to make new and new things. And at school, you are in system. And there is some spiral and every September you do the same things and every October you do same things. So after ten years it was enough. So I was started to found other way other way for me and I decided more than seven years how to continue. Because for me it was very hard to leave this project because my inside feeling was that if I will leave, my project will die. Because somebody else will be continue and somebody else has other feeling than me and it will be strange project. So after seven years I made it, I made this decision and I leave this project and I found the man, father of three children, who bought this school from me and who will continue in his project. And now I have a free time for myself, fourteen months of meditation when I meet only me when I start try to understand what s happened inside me and maybe sometimes will come somebody and lock on my shoulder and say: We have new project for you and you know many things what we need so you can thinking about it. So I would like to continue with a project about professional consultation for young teachers who wanted to start or for old teachers who wanted to work with situation, which are not so easy for them and my offer is sharing this situation and founding the new ways how to continue.

9 WHILE YOU WATCH EXERCISE 2 1. TRUE, 2. TRUE, 3. FALSE, 4. TRUE, 5. FALSE, 6. TRUE, 7. TRUE EXERCISE 3 1. We decide to birth the first private elementary school in Prague and we have only first from first to fifth grades, fourteen children in a class and because there were the time when there was no Internet, no copy machines and so on 2. And from this theme we started to speak about life and about death and it was a nice, two weeks long project when in mathematics we counted rabbits and dogs etc. 3. I was part of this project twenty years and during twenty years, I was teacher, I was principal and I was owner of this private school. 4. I would like to be in a partnership, for example with some man who say 5. So I would like to continue with a project about professional consultation for young teachers who wanted to start or for old teachers who wanted to work with situation which are not so easy for them and my offer is sharing this situation and founding the new ways how to continue. AFTER YOU WATCH EXERCISE 4 1I,2F,3J,4G,5D,6E,7B,8A,9C,10H

10 EXERCISE 6!. A) We decided to found the first private elementary school in Prague. B) So our only idea was to be at school where children, parents and teachers will have a good feeling, no stress and they teach they learn everything that they need as in other schools. C) For example when some child came to school and was crying, I asked him: What s happened? D) And another child said: My rabbit died years ago. E) And from this theme we started to speak about life and about death. F) I was the teacher, I was the principal and I was the owner of this private school. G) So if it would be possible to go back, I would like to be in a partnership. H) After ten years I was destroyed, very tired and very depressed and I started to think how to continue. I) So I started to find another way for me and I was deciding for more than seven years how to continue.

11 AFTER YOU WATCH EXERCISE 7 My name is Ivana Málková and from 1991 I was in a group of people, of parents and teachers. We decided to born found the first private elementary school in Prague and we have only first from first to fifth grades, fourteen children in a classroom and b Because there were it was during the time when there were was no Internet, no copy machines and so on, so we hadve no information about other education systems outside our country. So our only idea was to be at a school where children, parents and teachers will be will would have a good feeling, no stress and they teach they would learn everything what they needed like as in the other schools. And w We started reforms by our intuition and our instinct and for us the most important thing was to be together with children together and react to have a reaction for the present moment. For example, when some a children coame to school and was crying and I asked him: What s happened? And he said: My dog died this last night. And I said y: Oh, I am sorry. What do you think about this? And another children saidys: My rabbit died years ago. And from this theme we started to speak about life and about die death and it a was nice two weeks-long project when in mathematics we counted rabbits and dogs, etc. And it was very nice and funny for the children and for the parents and for the teachers too. So this project was about I was a part of this project for twenty years and during those twenty years, I was a teacher, I was the principal and I was the owner of this private school. But during all this time, I was in my company alone. And it was very hard for me because I had to do make many decisions; for example, how much money to ask from parents received for this private school, etc. And it was very hard for me to be alone for all this those decisions. So if it would be possibility was possible to go back, I would have liked to have been in a partnership; for example, with some a man who would say: O.K., I will care about the money and you will care about the children. So that was one hard thing. Another hard thing it was that I have not so much didn t have enough time for my private life because I am a perfectionalist and everything will must be correct, perfect and I was working sixteen days hours daily a day, no weekends, no holidays and after ten years I was destroy destroyed, very tired and very depressed and I started to think, what how to continue because I am a creative womean and I need to make new and newer things. And at school, you are in a system. And there is some a spiral and every September you do the same things and every October you do same things. So after ten years it was enough. So I was started to found started to look for other ways for me and I was decidinged for more than seven years how to continue. Because for me it was very hard to leave this project because my inside feeling was that if I will leave my project will die. Because somebody else will be continue and somebody else has other a different feeling than me and it will be a strange project. So after seven years I made it, I made this decision and I leave left this project and I found the a man, a father of three children, who bought this school from me and who will continues in his project. And now I have a free time for myself, fourteen months of meditation when I meet only me myself whenre I start. I try to understand what s happened inside me and maybe sometimes somebodyone will come somebody and lock pat me on my shoulder and say: We have a new project for you and you know many things what that we need so you can thinking about it. So I would like to continue with a project about professional consultation for young teachers who wanted to start begin or for old teachers who wanted to work with situations which are not so easy for them. and m My offer is sharing this situation and founding looking for the new ways how to continue.

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